A leak in a pipe, often a valve, can cause a huge amount of stress to the surrounding piping, creating a condition known as a pipe burst.
This condition is usually the result of a fault that has not been properly repaired, such as a faulty hosepipe, or a malfunctioning component in the pipe, such a faulty pipe or a leaking air duct.
But if there is no fault to repair, and there is enough pipe to do so, it can be very difficult to prevent a pipe bursting, according to the UK National Grid.
If there is a leak, it is often the result, not of the fault, but of the pressure of the air coming out of the pipe.
Pressure causes the pipe to open and close.
This pressure causes the air to flow out of a valve and through the pipe and into the system.
When the air flows out of these pipes, it causes a leak.
A valve or air duct can be the cause of a pipe failure.
This type of leak is often caused by a pipe that is too tight, and can be caused by: a broken pipe seal that has failed