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Since the pipe sleeve is actually being used as a form, you could split the sleeve and rejoin them using hose clamps.  Once cast the wall is going to keep the sleeve intact.

Christopher Wright wrote:

On Apr 30, 2009, at 11:47 AM, Bill Allen wrote:

How do you get a pipe sleeve over an existing continuous pipe?
You use a split sleeve (which are stock items) and weld them carefully and completely to the pipe. You can also use mechanically fastened split sleeves if you don't want to weld. You have to be a little careful with the mechanically fastened numbers not to collapse the pipe.

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