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Table Of Contents

STEEL PIPES
1 SUBJECT AND SCOPE
2.1 Materials
2.2 Chemical Composition
2.3 Mechanical Characteristics
3 PIPE MANUFACTURING
3.2 Weld Seam
3.2.1 Post Weld Process
3.3.1 Dimensions
3.3.2 Pipe lengths
3.3.3 Tolerances
3.3.4 Outside Diameter and Tolerances
3.3.5 Wall Thickness and Tolerances
3.3.6 Weld Seam Height Tolerance
3.3.7 Pipe End Tolerances
3.3.8 Tolerance Class and Certification
3.4 Weights
3.5 Pipe Straightness
3.6 Ovality
3.7 Surfaces
3.8 Marking of Pipes and Special Parts
4 ISOLATION OF STEEL PIPES
4.1 Cleaning of Pipe Surfaces
4.2 Isolation of Pipe External Surfaces
4.2.1 External Coating
4.2.1.1 Epoxy Coating
4.2.2 Polyethylene Coating
4.2.2.1 Polyethylene Coating Thickness
4.2.3 Bitumen-based Isolation
4.3 Internal Isolation of Steel Pipes
4.3.1 Internal Isolation of Small Diameter Pipes
4.3.2 Internal Coating of Pipes
4.3.3.2.1 Scope
4.3.3.2.2 Description
4.3.3.2.3 Application Method and Necessary Equipment
4.3.3.2.5 Coating Surface Smoothness and Layer Thickness
4.3.3.2.6 Pipe Ends
4.3.3.2.8 Proof of Quality
4.3.3.2.9 Internal Isolation of Drinking water Pipes
5 SAMPLING, INSPECTION AND TESTS
5.1 Sampling
5.1.1 Separation of Samples
5.1.2 Material Tests
5.1.3 Pipe Material Characteristics and Material Tests
5.1.3.1 Steel and Steel Characteristics
5.2 External Coating Inspection and Tests
5.2.1 Visual Inspection
5.2.2 Control of Coating Adherence to Pipe
5.2.3 Control of Coating Defects
5.2.4 Other Tests
5.2.5 General Provisions Regarding External Coating Tests
5.2.6 Sampling and Tests During Delivery of Pipes
5.2.7 Inspection and Tests Reports
5.3 Characteristics of Manufactured Pipe
5.4 Waterproofing
5.5 Pipe Delivery and Quality Warranty
6 GENERAL DELIVERY CONDITIONS FOR PIPES
6.1 Delivery
6.2 Place of Delivery:
6.3 Transport and Storage of Pipes
6.3.1 Loading and Unloading of Pipes
6.3.2 Storage of pipes
7 GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS
9 INSPECTION
9.1 Visual inspection
9.2 Dimensional Inspection
9.3 Pipe Isolation Test
9.4 Production Tests
9.5 Factory Made Bends
9.6 Tees and Y’s
9.8 Coating of Weld Seams
10 MARKING
11 PACKAGING
12 CONTENT OF OFFER
13.1 Acceptance
13.2 Conditional Acceptance
13.3 Rejection
14 DELIVERY
15 ORDER FORM
2 GENERAL
2.2 Pipe Characteristics
2.2.1 Physical Characteristics
2.2.2 Chemical Characteristics
2.3 Standards
2.4 Raw Materials
2.5 Technical Characteristics
2.6 Pipe Jointing Methods
2.7 Wear Resistance
2.8 Nominal Pressure
2.9 Special Conditions
3 INSPECTION AND TESTS
4 DIMENSIONS AND TOLERANCES
5 JOINTING
6 LAYING DESIGN
7 MARKING
8 TRANSPORT AND STORAGE OF PIPES
8.1 Loading and unloading of pipes
8.2 Storage of pipes
9 GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS
11.1 Delivery
GLASS REINFORCED PLASTIC (GRP) PIPES
2 DEFINITIONS
2.1 Glazing gasket
2.3 Glass Texture
2.4 Surface Tulle
2.5 Coating Layer
2.6Resin
2.7 Glass Felt
2.8 Aggregate
2.9 Nominal Pressure
2.10 Nominal Rigidness
3.1 Sleeve Joint
3.2 Gasket Spigot Joint
3.4 Flanged Joint
4 CLASSIFICATION
5.1.2 Strength Layers
5.2.2 Strength Layers
5.2.3 Barrier Layer
5.2.4 Primer layer
6.1 Length
6.2 Surface Quality
6.3 Nominal Diameters
6.4 Wall Thickness
6.5 Flatness of Pipe Ends
6.6 Impermeability
6.7 Nominal Diameters
6.8 Inside diameter
7.1 Impermeability Test
7.2 Circular Tensile Strength Test
7.3 Longitudinal Tensile Strength Test
7.4 Rigidness Tests
7.5 Factory Product Control Tests
8.1 Marking of Pipes and Special Parts
8.2 Surface Appearance of GRP Pipes
9.1 Hydraulic
9.2 Rigidness Class
10.1 Fittings
10.2 Entrance into Pipelines (Manholes)
10.3 Manhole Covers
11 PIPELINE CONSTRUCTION
11.1 General
11.2 Application
11.3 Excavation Works
11.4 Trench Filling
11.5 Loading, Unloading and Storage of GRP Pipes
11.6 Laying Method of GRP Pipes
11.6.1 Control of Pipes before Laying
11.6.2 Lowering of Pipes into Trench
11.6.4 Rigid Connections and Fixing Blocks of GRP Pipes
11.6.5 Hydrostatic and Impermeability Tests of GRP Pipeline
ASBESTOS CEMENT PIPE
1 GENERAL
1.2 Characteristics and Manufacturing
2.2 Test Costs
3 MARKING
4 PACKAGING
5 CONTENT OF OFFER
6.1 Acceptance
6.2 Conditional Acceptance
6.3 Rejection
7 DELIVERY
8 ORDER FORM
9 TECHNICAL INSPECTION
10 TRANSPORT AND STORAGE
DUCTILE PIPES
1.1 Norms and Standards
1.2 Materials
2 TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS
2.1 General
2.2 Molds
2.3 Working Pressure
2.4 Dimensions
2.5 Thickness of Ductile Pipes and Fittings
2.6 Quality of Ductile Pipe, Fitting and Other Pipes
2.7 Thickness and Mass Tolerances
3 COATINGS
3.1 Internal Coatings
3.2 External Coatings
4 HEAD CONNECTIONS
4.1 Pipes with Socket and Spigot
4.2 Flanged Pipes
4.3 Fittings and Connecting elements
5 GASKETS
6 BOLTS AND NUTS
7 TOLERANCES
7.1 Thickness Tolerances
7.2 Manufacturing Lengths and Length Tolerances
7.3 Mass Tolerances
7.4 Coating Tolerances
8 SAMPLING AND TESTS
8.1 Sampling
8.2 Manufacturing Tests
8.3.1 Physical Inspection
8.3.2 Chemical Inspections
8.3.3 Metallographic Inspections
8.3.4 Mechanical Inspections
8.4 Coating Tests
8.5 Test Costs
9 MARKING
10 PACKAGING
11 CONTENT OF OFFER
12.1 Acceptance
12.2 Conditional Acceptance
12.3 Rejection
13 DELIVERY
14 ORDER FORM
15 TECHNICAL INSPECTION
CONCRETE AND REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPES
2.1 Vertical Casting and Vibration Method
2.2 Spinning Method
3 CLASSIFICATION
5 TYPES OF FITTINGS
6 SEALING OF FITTINGS
8 SUPPLY OF CONCRETE PIPES
8.1 Concrete Pipes without Steel
8.2 Reinforced Concrete Pipes
8.3 Coated Concrete and Reinforced Concrete Pipes
8.3.1 Concrete and Reinforced Concrete Pipes
8.3.2 Coated Concrete and Reinforced Concrete Pipes
8.4 Repair of Defects
8.4.1 Method I Manual Repair with Mortar
8.4.1 .1 Preparation of Surfaces to be Repaired
8.4.1.2 Placement of Mortar
8.4.1.3.1 Preparation of the Surface to be Repaired
8.4.1.3.2 Placement of Mortar
9 SAMPLING, INSPECTION AND TESTS
9.1 Waterproofing
9.2 Resistance of Pipes
9.3 Cost of Tests
1.2 Classification
1.3 Characteristics
1.3.1 External Appearance
1.3.2 Structural Characteristics
1.4 PRCSJ Design
2 PIPE FITTINGS
3 SPECIAL FITTINGS AND PIPES
4 FABRICATION
5.1 Type of Pipes
5.2 Special Pipe Parts
5.3 Welding for Special Fittings Fabrication
6 PIPELINE ROUTE
9 TESTING AND OBSERVATION
9.1 Cost of Tests
9.2 Technical Inspection
HARD POLYVINYL CHLORIDE (PVC) PIPES
1.2 Technical Characteristics
1.5 General Characteristics
2.2 Cost of Tests
6 CONTENT OF OFFER
7.1 Acceptance
7.2 Conditional Acceptance
7.3 Rejection
8 DELIVERY
8.1 Place of Delivery
9 ORDER FORM
10 TECHNICAL INSPECTION
11 TRANSPORT AND STORAGE
POLYETHYLEN (PE) PIPES
1 General
1.1 Scope
1.2 Standards
1.3 Pipe Specifications
1.4 Raw Materials
1.5 Technical Specifications
1.6 Pipe Jointing Methods
1.6.1 Butt Welding
1.6.1.1 Butt Welding Requirements
1.6.1.2Butt Welding Procedure
1.6.2Electro-fusion Welding
1.6.2.1Electro-fusion Welding Requirements
1.6.2.2Electro-fusion Welding Steps
1.6.2.3Spigot Joints
1.6.2.4 Flanged Joints
2.1 Sampling
2.2 Tests
2.2.1Resistance
2.2.2Cost of Tests
1 CATHODIC PROTECTION SYSTEM
1.3Preparation of Application Drawings
1.4 Cathodic Protection Life
1.5 Submission of Project to Employer for Approval
1.6 Material and Equipment
1.6.1 Anodes
1.6.1.1 Auxiliary Anodes
1.6.1.2 Galvanic Anode System
1.6.1.3 Magnesium Anodes
1.6.2 External Current Source System
1.6.2.1 Titanium Anodes Coated with Mixed Oxide
1.6.2.2 Iron-Silicon Anodes
1.6.2.3 Anode Bed Material
1.6.2.4 Galvanic Anode System Anode Bed Material
1.6.2.5 Anode Bed Material for Magnesium Anodes
1.6.2.6 External Current Source System Anode Bed Material
1.6.2.7 Anode Material for Mixed Oxide Coated Titanium Anodes
1.6.2.8 Anode Bed Material for Iron-Silicon Anodes
1.6.3 Transformator- Rectifier (T/R) Unit
1.6.3.1 External Current Source System
1.6.3.2 T/R Unit for Mixed Oxide Coated Titanium Anodes
1.6.4 T/R Unit for Iron-Silicon Anodes
1.6.5 Measurement Boxes
1.6.5.1 External Current Source System
1.6.5.2 Measurement Boxes for Mixed Oxide Coated Titanium Oxide Anodes
1.6.5.3 Measurement Box for Iron – Silicone Anodes
1.6.6 Cables
1.6.6.1 Electrical Isolation (Isolated Flange Gasket Set)
1.6.7 Production and Mounting
1.6.7.1 Mounting of Anodes
1.6.7.2 Galvanic Anode System
1.6.7.3 Mounting of Galvanic Anodes
1.6.7.4 External Current Source System
1.6.7.6 Mounting of Iron-Silicone Anodes
1.6.8 Mounting of Transformer/Rectifier Unit
1.6.9 Mounting of Measurement Boxes
1.6.9.1 Mounting for Galvanic Anode System
1.6.9.2 Mounting for External Current Source System
1.7 Mounting of Cables
1.8 Excavation and Filling Works
1.9 Interaction with Surrounding Buildings
1.10 Transition and Acceptance
1.10.1Transition and Acceptance of Galvanic Anode System
1.10.2Transition and Acceptance of External Current Source System
1.11 Cathodic Protection System Tests
1.12 Cathodic Protection System Signalization
1.13 Works after Temporary Acceptance
PIPE LAYING WORKS
1 EXCAVATION AND BACKFILLING
1.1Trench Depths
1.2Trench Widths
1.3Trench Bottom
1.5Road Pavements
1.6Trench Fillings
1.7Preparation of Pipes at Trench Side
2.1Pipe Laying – General
2.2Granulated Material for Pipeline Bed
2.3Laying of Concrete Pipes
2.5Pipe Jointing
2.6Pipes Passing through Structures
2.7Connection to Existing Pipes
2.8Test and Cleaning of Pipelines
2.8.1 Pipeline Test– General
2.8.2Implementation and Workmanship
2.9Cleaning of Pipeline
3.1Welding of Pipeline
3.2 Materials
3.3 Welding Methods
3.4 Welding Procedure Qualification
3.6Welding Preparation
3.7 Welding
3.8Cleaning after Welding
3.9Post Weld Heat Treatment
3.10Numbering of Weld Seams
3.11 Coating of Weld seams
3.12 Closing of Pipe Ends
3.13Post Weld Process
3.15Application
3.16Cleaning of Expropriation Area
3.17Leveling and Trench Excavation
3.18Use of Excavation Material
3.19Discharge of Water during Construction
3.20Pipe Trench Filling
3.21 Pipe Lowering and Laying
3.21. 1 Examination of Pipes before Laying
3.21.2 Lowering of Pipes into Trench
3.21.3Laying of Steel Pipes
3.21.4Minimum and Maximum Soil Cover for Steel Pipes
3.22.1Elastic Bends
3.22.2Field Bends
3.22.3 Factory Made Bends
3.22.4 Tees and Y's
3.23Cutting of Pipe Heads
3. 23.1 Connection of Pipe Heads
3. 24Other Jointing Methods
3.24.1 Threads
3.24.2 Flanged Joints
3. 25 Pipeline Tests
3.25.1 Hydrostatic and Impermeability Test of Completed Pipeline
3.25.2 Pressure Test
3.25.3 Tests
3.25.4 Cleaning of Pipeline
3.25.5 Welding Inspection
3.25.6 Scope of Examination
3.25.7 Production Tests
4 LAYING OF ASBESTOS CEMENT PIPES
4.2Deviation from Axis
4.4Trench Fillings
4.5Acceptance Test of Laid Pipes
5 LAYING OF CAST-IRON DUCTILE PIPES
5.1Straightening and Cutting of Pipes
5.2Trench Excavation
5.3Bedding of Pipes
5.4Laying and Jointing of Pipes
5.5Fixing Masses
5.6Retaining Wall
5.7Clamped Joints
5.8Filling around Pipes
5.10Equipment
5.10.1 Dismountable Joints
5.10.2 Surface Boxes
5.10.3 Flanged Anchoring Sleeves
5.11Pipe Support
5.12Marking Posts of Route
5.13Corrosion Protection
5.14Testing of Pipeline
5.15Cleaning of Pipeline
6 LAYING OF PVC, CTP PIPES
6.1Laying of Pipes
6.2 Pipe Trenches
6.3Pipe Connections
6.4Testing of Constructed Pipeline
6.4.1 Length of Pipeline
6.4.2 Supporting and Fixing of Pipeline
6.4.3 Filling of Pipeline
6.4.4 Manometer Installation
6.4.5Preliminary Test
6.4.6Water Leakage
6.4.7Main Test
6.4.8Connection Places of Partial Pipelines
6.4.9Activation of Pipeline
7 THE LAYING OF PE AND HDP PIPES
7.1Laying of Pipes
7.2Calculation Methods
7.3Effect of Temperature
7.4Testing of Constructed Pipeline
7.4.1Length of Pipeline
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