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IS3589 : 2001
Edition4.2(2003-10)
B U R E A UO FI N D I A NS T A N D A R D S
MANAK
 
BHAVAN
,
9
 
BAHADUR
 
SHAH
 
ZAFAR
 
MARGNEW
 
DELHI
 
110002
Price Group 7
© BIS 2003
 Indian Standar
STEEL PIPES FOR WATER AND SEWAGE(168.3 TO 2540 mm OUTSIDE DIAMETER) SPECIFICATION
(Third Revision)
(Incorporating Amendment Nos. 1 & 2)ICS 77.140.30;41.140.60;91.140.80
Amendment 1_May' 2002Amendment 2_Oct' 2003Amendment 3_Mar' 2006Amendment 4_June'2010attached end of this spec
 
Steel Tubes, Pipes and Fittings Sectional Committee, MTD 19FOREWORDThis Indian Standard (Third Revision) was adopted by the Bureau of Indian Standards, after thedraft finalized by the Steel Tubes, Pipes and Fittings Sectional Committee had been approved bythe Metallurgical Engineering Division Council.This standard was originally published in 1966, first revised in 1981 and subsequently in 1991.While reviewing this standard in the light of the experience gained during these years, thecommittee felt to revise the same, taking note of the present practices being followed in thecountry and also overseas standards existing on the subject. In the revision of this standard thefollowing main modifications have been made:a)Provision of outside diameters and thicknesses of pipes have been revised in accordance withthe provisions, of International Standards.b)Exhaustive tables for chemical composition of steels to be used and tensile properties of thepipes have been incorporated.c)Annexes A to D as the guideline for ‘Protection Against Corrosion’ have been added whichrecommend methods of protecting pipes against corrosion. It covers external as well asinternal protection. Separate Indian Standards incorporating various types of protectivecoatings and materials thereof are expected to be published in due course of time.In the formulation of this standard due weightage has been given to international coordinationamong the standards prevailing in different countries in addition to the practices in the country.This has been met by deriving assistance from the following publications:This edition 4.2 incorporates Amendment No. 1 (May 2002) and Amendment No. 2 (October2003).Side bar indicates modification of the text as the result of incorporation of the amendments.For the purpose of deciding whether a particular requirement of this standard is complied with,the final value, observed or calculated, expressing the result of a test or analysis, shall be roundedoff in accordance with IS 2 : 1960 ‘Rules for rounding off numerical values (
revised 
)’. The numberof significant places retained in the rounded off value should be the same as that of the specifiedvalue in this standard.ISO 559-1991Steel tubes for water and sewage (
second edition
), InternationalOrganization for Standardization.ISO 4200 : 1991Plain end steel tubes, welded and seamless — General tables of dimensionsand masses per unit length. International Organization for standardization.BS 534 : 1990Steel pipes and specials for water and sewage. British Standards Institution.
 
IS3589:2001
1
 Indian Standar
STEEL PIPES FOR WATER AND SEWAGE(168.3 TO 2540 mm OUTSIDE DIAMETER) SPECIFICATION
(Third Revision)
1 SCOPE
This standard applies to seamless and weldedcarbon steel pipes for water and sewage of outside diameter from 168.3 to 2540 mm.
2 REFERENCES
The following Indian Standards containprovisions which through reference in this textconstitute provisions of this standard. At thetime of publication, the editions indicated werevalid. All standards are subject to revision andparties to agreements based on this standardare encouraged to investigate the possibility of applying the most recent editions of thestandards indicated below:
3 TERMINOLOGY
For the purpose of this standard, the followingdefinitions shall apply.
3.1 Pipe (Tube)
A long hollow open ended object of circularcross-section. The term tube is synonymouswith the term pipe.
3.2 Hydrostatic Test Pressure
Test pressure for hydraulic testing at theworks.
3.3 Random Lengths
The term random length denotes the normalmanufacturing length falling within a rangeagreed to between the purchaser and themanufacturer.
3.4 Exact Lengths
Pipes cut to a specified length on which only asmall tolerance is allowed.
3.5 Effective Length
The actual length that a pipe contributes whencorrectly assembled in a run of piping. Thisdimension excludes the additional lengthcontributed by a slip-on type coupling whenthat is used.
4 INFORMATION TO BE SUPPLIED BYTHE PURCHASER WHILE PLACINGORDER4.1 Mandatory Informations
a)the quantity ordered (total tonnage, totallength or number of tubes);b)the number of this standard;c) the grade of steel;d) the outside diameter and thickness;e) the length of pipes;f)the end preparation (bevelled ends orspecial joints); andg)the type of external coating and/or interiorlining as agreed previously with themanufacturer.
4.2 Optional Requirements
Certain optional and supplementaryrequirements may also be specified as under:a)the steel making processes anddeoxidation procedures;b) the tube making process;c) delivery condition;d) ladle analysis;e) delivery lengths; andf)end preparation.
 IS No.Title
228Methods of chemical analysis of steels (issued in various parts)1608 : 1995Methods for tensile testing of steel products (
second revision
)2328 : 1983Method for flattening test onmetallic tubes (
 first revision
)3803 (Part 1):1989/ISO 2566 :1984Method for elongationconversions for steel: Part 1Carbon and low alloy steels(
second revision
)4711 : 1974Methods for sampling of steelpipes, tubes and fittings (
 firsrevision
)4736 : 1986Hot-dip zinc coatings on mildsteel tubes (
 first revision
)

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