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CONTENTS
SCOPE 1-2
DURAFLO 1-2
FREEFLO 1-2
MANUFACTURING STANDARDS 1-3
CUSTOMIZED FABRICATION 1-3
QUALITY ASSURANCE 1-4
LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY 1-4
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SCOPE
The Eurapipe ABS Pressure Pipe Systems catalogue has been designed to assist designers, installers and end users to gain the
maximum available benefts when using the Eurapipe ABS Pipe Systems.
Many piping applications are subject to special operating conditions, which may fall outside the scope of catalogues such as this.
It is strongly recommended in these instances that qualifed engineers experienced in thermoplastic pipe system design should be
consulted.
Note: Technical data contained in this catalogue supersedes all previously published data by Eurapipe.
The piping systems covered, including typical jointing methods, are shown in the following table:
DURAFLO
For small bore applications,Eurapipe ABS piping systems
have traditionally been based on an inch nominal bore system
e.g. a 150 Nominal Bore ABS pipe has an equivalent outside
diameter to a 6 NB steel pipe i.e. 168.3mm.
For large bore applications in which Eurapipe has pioneered
the use of ABS piping systems, Eurapipe has adopted
International Standard pipe sizes for large bore pipe systems.
This combined system has wide industry acceptance and is
the system used by Eurapipe for its DURAFLO piping system
in this size range.
Currently, Standards Australia is updating the Australian
Standard for ABS pressure pipes and fttings which will include
this combination of pipe sizes. DURAFLO will be nominated
as the Series 1 size range.
FREEFLO
Eurapipe has recently developed a new size range of pipe to
be compatible with ductile iron and FRP fttings, in addition to
legacy materials such as asbestos cement and cast iron.
This range of pipes and fttings is available under our
FREEFLO range of products.
Currently, Standards Australia is updating the Australian
Standard for ABS pressure pipes and fttings and will also
include this range of pipe sizes. FREEFLO will be nominated
as the Series 2 size range.
JOINT SYSTEM
PIPE SYSTEM
COLD SOLVENT
CEMENT
WELDING (SWJ)
ELASTOMERIC
SEAL
JOINTS (RRJ)
FLANGE WITH
BACKING
RING
DUCTILE
IRON
FITTINGS
SHOULDER
STYLE
COUPLING
THREADED
JOINTS
AS1722
DURAFLO

FREEFLO

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MANUFACTURING STANDARDS
All products manufactured by Eurapipe comply with AS/NZS
3518:2004 and other relevant Australian and international
standards.
Products not covered by these standards are manufactured
to Eurapipe Quality Plans, drawings and manufacturing
specifcations.
Eurapipe holds the following licences and certifcates:
StandardsMark Licence to AS/NZS 3518:2004 ABS pipes
and fttings for pressure applications
Germanischer Lloyd Type Approval Certifcate for ABS
pressure pipes and fttings (GL)
U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
Japan Electrical Safety & Environment Technology
Laboratories (JET)
National Sanitation Foundation International (NSF)
The Reliable Contract Research Laboratory with the
Comprehensive Service, Switzerland (RCC).
CUSTOMIZED FABRICATION
Eurapipe has a highly skilled and innovative fabrica-
tion team able to translate client sketches in to complete,
fnished assemblies ready for site installation. Using
techniques sometimes only available in a quality controlled
factory environment, th prefabricated assemblies generate
considerable savings by reducing both costs and installation
time.
Contact Eurapipe for further information regarding fabrica-
tion of manifolds, headers, non-standard bends and other
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QUALITY ASSURANCE
Eurapipe is committed to a Total Quality
Management System, being a Quality Endorsed
Company to AS/NZS ISO 9001 : 2000.
Eurapipes Quality Control Laboratory features some of the
most modern test equipment and is able to conduct all product
testing necessary for compliance with the relevant standards.
LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY
All information contained in this catalogue has been compiled
and presented in good faith and is subject to change without
notice. Eurapipe makes no express or implied warranty of
any kind regarding the accuracy of the information contained
herein.
Eurapipe reserves the right to withdraw or alter the
specifcation of any product without notice. The products listed
in this catalogue have been designed and manufactured to
be in accordance with the instructions guiding their use, care
and maintenance. The products should not be used for any
purpose other than those for which they were designed.
For further information regarding these products, reference
should be made to the instructions and the guidelines for care
and use issued by Eurapipe. Alternatively please contact your
nearest Eurapipe representative listed on this publication.
ISO 9001
Reg. Lic.No. 1105
ABS Pipe Systems
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CONTENTS
ABS 2-2
ENVIRONMENTAL ADVANTAGE 2-2
IMPACT STRENGTH 2-2
CHEMICAL RESISTANCE 2-2
ABRASION RESISTANCE 2-2
WEATHER RESISTANCE 2-2
NON TOXIC/ TAINT FREE 2-3
EXCEPTIONALLY SMOOTH BORE 2-3
SIZE AND PRESSURE RANGE 2-3
TEMPERATURE RANGE 2-3
LIGHT WEIGHT 2-3
JOINING SYSTEMS 2-3
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ABS
ABS (Acrylonitrile - Butadiene - Styrene) is a modern
thermoplastic polymer found in everyday applications such as
construction site safety helmets.
Piping Systems manufactured from this polymer display
outstanding properties and so makes ABS pipes the frst
choice for many of the most demanding piping applications.
ABS pipe and fttings are designed and manufactured by
Eurapipe to suit extreme climatic conditions.
Both the DURAFLO and the FREEFLO piping systems are
manufactured from ABS polymer.
ENVIRONMENTAL ADVANTAGE
The use of ABS contributes positively to the environment as
it takes approximately one sixth of the energy to manufacture
compared to metal products. This has direct savings in green
house gas emissions.
Additionally ABS is lead and chlorine free and can be readily
recycled.
IMPACT STRENGTH
The butadiene constituent in ABS affords unrivalled resistance
to impact. This means that DURAFLO and FREEFLO ABS
Piping Systems may be used in more critical applications
where other types of plastics could not be considered.
CHEMICAL RESISTANCE
DURAFLO and FREEFLO ABS is unaffected by both internal
and external chemical attack by a wide range of acids, alkalis,
ground water salts and other environmental factors.
ABRASION RESISTANCE
DURAFLO and FREEFLO ABS offers outstanding resistance
to abrasion and erosion from aggressive slurries, which can
rapidly damage steel or other traditional pipe materials.
WEATHER RESISTANCE
DURAFLO and FREEFLO ABS is one of the most weather
resistant polymers available today. Successful feld tests have
been completed on piping systems having been exposed to
weathering for over 30 years.
Not accounted for
in Green Star or
NABERS rating
tools.
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NON-TOXIC/TAINT FREE
The ABS formulation contains no harmful metallic stabiliz-ers
and it has been widely used for many years in piping systems
for high purity water, medical preparations, food products and
soft drinks.
DURAFLO and FREEFLO ABS systems are ideal for potable
cold water. They conform to World Health Organisation, E.E.C.
and AS 4020 requirements for potable water reticulation and
distribution.
EXCEPTIONALLY SMOOTH BORE
DURAFLO and FREEFLO ABS does not suffer from internal
corrosion and provides a smooth bore for the life of the piping
system.
The smooth bore does not support the formation of scale and
slime as do cement based lined products.
SIZE AND PRESSURE RANGE
DURAFLO and FREEFLO ABS piping systems are
manufactured in sizes ranging from 15mm to 900mm.
Standard pressure ratings at 20C start at 450 KPa and go to
2000 KPa (PN4.5 to PN 20). Refer to EURAPIPE for further
details.
TEMPERATURE RANGE
A great advantage of DURAFLO and FREEFLO ABS
over other plastic systems is its ability to perform over a
wide temperature range from -30C to +70C. This makes
DURAFLO and FREEFLO ABS very versatile and capable of
handling a wide variety of fuids from refrigerants to moderately
hot corrosive liquids
LIGHT WEIGHT
ABS is one-sixth the weight of steel systems, making
DURAFLO and FREEFLO easy to handle and install. This
reduces the cost of installation, handling and transport .
JOINING SYSTEMS
Cold Solvent Weld Joining
The DURAFLO size range also utilizes the proven traditional
method of joining ABS pipes, cold solvent cement welding,
which provides an homogenous bond between pipes and
fttings (SWJ).
Elastomeric Seal Joining
Both the FREEFLO and DURAFLO size ranges utilise an
elastomeric seal joining systems (Rubber Ring Joint, or RRJ).
Other Joint Systems
Other joint systems are also available as standard for both
DURAFLO and FREEFLO systems and are detailed further in
this catalogue.
ABS Material
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INTRODUCTION 3-2
THE MATERIAL 3-2
MATERIAL PROPERTIES 3-3
IMPACT STRENGTH 3-4
MODE OF FAILURE 3-4
THERMAL EXPANSION 3-5
TOXICITY AND TAINT 3-5
RIGIDITY AND STIFFNESS 3-5
WEATHERING 3-6
ABRASION RESISTANCE 3-6
CHEMICAL RESISTANCE 3-7
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INTRODUCTION
Because of a unique balance of properties, modern ABS
copolymers are being used on an ever increasing scale for the
manufacture of many industrial and domestic products.
The material is very tough and resilient, has high impact
strength, good chemical resistance and is non toxic and taint
free. These advantageous properties have attracted engineers
in many industries to the use of ABS piping systems rather
than traditional materials, which do not have these distinctive
benefts.
ABS piping systems are replacing many failed piping systems
made from other materials.
The Eurapipe ABS system comprises a range of matched
pressure pipes and fttings, joined together by a wide variety of
methods including cold solvent cement welding or our rubber
ring joint system.
THE MATERIAL
Acrylonitrile - Butadiene - Styrene (ABS) identifes a family of
engineering thermoplastics with a broad range of performance
characteristics.
The copolymeric system is alloyed to yield the optimum
balance of properties suited to the selected end use.
ACRYLONITRILE - imparts chemical resistance and rigidity.
BUTADIENE - endows the product with impact strength,
toughness and abrasion resistance.
STYRENE - contributes to the lustre, ease of processing and
rigidity.
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MATERIALS PROPERTIES
The formulation used by Eurapipe has been developed
in conjunction with polymer manufacturers to optimise
performance in respect to tensile strength, chemical
resistance, ductility, resistance to weathering, heat stability,
low toxicity, taint free and ease of processing from raw material
to fnished product.
ABS is tough and strong over the recommended temperature
range of
-
30C to
+
60C.
The outstanding properties of ABS are:
High impact strength and ductility, which combine to give
exceptional toughness.
Good chemical resistance.
Abrasion resistance.
High strength solvent weld jointing which allows effcient
system assembly and modifcation.
Rubber Ring jointing methods, allowing compatible systems
jointing techniques.
Nontoxic and non-taint properties.
Withstands aggressive ground waters.
High strain tolerance for buried applications.
Good resistance to ultraviolet light.
Lower celerity and extreme tolerance to water hammer
surges.
Property* Reference Temperature S.I.Unit Other Units
Ultimate tensile strength (strain rate 50mm/min)
ASTM D638 Type I
20 C 40 MPa 5800 lbf/in
2
Elongation at break 20 C 50% 50%
Instantaneous Flexural Modulus 20 C 2200 MPa 319 072 lbf/in
2
Compressive strength 20 C 42 MPa 6100 lbf/in
2
Izod impact strength (notched)
ASTM D256 (method A)
23 C 340 J/m notch 6.4 ft lb/in notch
Specifc gravity 1.05 x 10
3
Kg/m
3
65.5 x 10
-3
lb/ft
3
Vicat softening point ASTM D1525 95 C 203 F
Coeffcient of thermal expansion 10.1 x 10
-5
m/mC 5.6 x 10
-5
ft/ftF
Maximum operating temperature 60 C 140 F
Poissons ratio 0.35
Thermal conductivity 0.2 W/mC 1.3 BTU/ft
2
/in/F
Specifc heat 1.47 KJ/KgC 0.35 BTU/lbm/F
Volume resisitivity 3.5 x 10
16
V cm
Dielectric constant 3.20 @ 60 Hz
3.12 @ 10
3
Hz
2.90 @ 10
6
Hz
*Test pieces machined from moulded specimens yielded to the above mentioned typical properties
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IMPACT STRENGTH
ABS is a relatively ductile thermoplastic, which exhibits very
high impact strength compared to other thermoplastics such
as uPVC particularly at low temperatures. It is for this reason
ABS is used in demanding applications requiring exceptionally
high impact strength material such as construction site safety
helmets.
As part of the Eurapipe Quality Assurance programme, sample
lengths of pipe are routinely impact tested at 0C as required
by AS 3518.
ABS is unique in retaining high levels of impact strength at sub
zero temperatures and is signifcantly superior to most other
thermoplastics used in pipe systems.
The graph shows the relatively small reduction in impact
strength of ABS between 20C and 0C compared with
another thermoplastic pipe systems.
MODE OF FAILURE
ABS is a relatively ductile material and the mode of failure
resembles that of soft copper. Failure is by ductile distortion
and tearing, the localised nature minimising the loss of pipe
contents.
In contrast, crack propagation and hazardous material
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THERMAL EXPANSION
All thermoplastics expand at a greater rate than metals as
shown in the diagram above.
Expansion need not cause undue concern in design or
installation of an ABS piping system provided that due
recognition is taken at the design stage. The reduced fexural
modulus of ABS over that of steel results in reduced loads on
supports and equipment arising from thermal strains.
The linear coeffcient of thermal expansion of ABS is 10.1 x
10
-
5
m/m C.
TOXICITY AND TAINT
ABS is free from heavy metal stabilisers such as lead which are
often used in the processing of other thermoplastic materials.
Therefore, there is no possibility of any toxic heavy metals
substances being leached from the ABS pipe material into the
fuid being conveyed by the pipe.
Eurapipe ABS conforms to AS4020 and has been safely used
for many years with potable water, grade I distilled water
for medical use, renal dialysis fuid and many foods and
beverages.
ABS is regarded as taint free and has been used for conveying
potable water, beer, soft drinks, caramel, wines, sauces,
chocolate, custard cream and other similar products. It is
recommended that food and drink manufacturers test for taste
tainting on their own product before installation commences.
RIGIDITY AND STIFFNESS
ABS is classifed as a rigid thermoplastic over its working
temperature range -30C to +60C.
With increased temperature, pipe rigidity decreases thus
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WEATHERING
Eurapipe ABS piping systems are suitable for external
installation under extreme conditions without additional surface
protection.
When ABS products are exposed to the weather, they will
suffer some minor degradation of the exposed surface. The
degradation results in a reduction of surface gloss, and shift in
surface colour to light grey. The degradation is confned to the
exposed surface only.
The effect of long-term exposure to sunlight over prolonged
periods has minimal effect on the physical properties of ABS
systems.
Because of the relatively high fexural modulus of ABS, the
stresses induced in a component whilst in service result
in smaller strains, therefore minimising the possibility of
environmental stress cracking of the exposed surface.
This resistance to failure is further improved by the inherently
high impact strength of ABS, particularly at low temperatures,
and the ability of the polymer to withstand long term heat
exposure with little change to physical properties.
ABRASION RESISTANCE
ABS piping systems have long been successfully employed
in applications where abrasion resistance is the prime
consideration. The conveying of slurries in the mining, food,
power generation and waste water industries is a typical
example where ABS has been demonstrated to outlast steel
and stainless steel pipes previously employed.
The chemical resistance of ABS combined with impact
resistance makes it an ideal choice for such corrosive and
erosive environments.
It is these conditions which lead to reduced life of metal pipe
systems.
The rubber-like butadiene phase in ABS provides this piping
material with outstanding resistance to abrasive media.
Eurapipe sales engineers have the experience to advise on
the suitability of ABS pipe for slurry or abrasive applications.
For gravity fow systems the long term low surface roughness
enables less steep slopes to be used. Lower slopes can mean
reduced building heights which has a great effect on capital
costs. Additionally, lower slopes reduce transport velocity,
which in turn reduces the wearing of the piping material.
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CHEMICAL RESISTANCE
The information given on the following pages is based on the
recommendations of the manufacturers of the polymers, feld
experience and subsequent tests by Eurapipe.
The chemical resistance information has been obtained from
numerous sources and it is primarily based on plastic material
test specimens that have been immersed in the chemical (not
combination of chemicals) and on feld experience. Under no
circumstances is to be assumed that a mixture of individually
acceptable chemicals may be safely used with ABS or any
other product.
The effect of the combination of chemicals on the ABS
components has to be assessed in conjunction with other
factors that have a signifcant impact upon the lifecycle of the
system i.e. temperature, internal pressure, fexural stresses,
cyclic loads etc. Any chemical attack is increased when
temperature or stress are increased or when temperature or
stress are varied.
It is the design engineers responsibility to assess the materials
and the exposure under such conditions.
Specifc data on industrial chemical applications of ABS can be
given by the Eurapipe organisation. Such enquiries are invited
for applications not shown here.
Under no circumstances is it to be assumed that a mixture
of individually acceptable chemicals may be safely used with
ABS or any other product.
Absence of notation indicates the substance has not been
tested.
Unless stated, all concentrations are 100% or saturated
aqueous solution. Reference to saturated solutions is at 20C.
Resistance Key Information
1. RESISTANT=Little or no attack
2. CONDITIONAL RESISTANCE=Some attack, however may
still be suitable when used with a higher pipe class or reduced
service life.
3. NOT RECOMMENDED=Little or no resistance. Not suitable
for use with ABS pipe.
4. REFER TO EURAPIPE
The information given here is based upon various sources
available at the time this manual was created. We reserve the
right to revise this information from time to time in the light
of subsequent research and experience. The information is
to be used as a general guide and there is no warranty or
representation, either expressed or implied, that this data is
free from errors.
We shall not be liable for any damages of any kind that may
result from the use of this data.
QUICK REFERENCE CHEMICAL RESISTANCE
Chemical Resistance
Weak acids Good resistance
Strong acids Limited resistance
Weak alkalis Good resistance
Strong alkalis Good resistance
Aggressive soils Excellent resistance
Metal salts Good resistance
Sea water Excellent resistance
Aromatic hydrocarbons Poor resistance
Organic solvents Poor resistance
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Chemical or Agent Formula Concentration (%W/V)
Working
temperature
20C 50C
Acetamide CH
3
CONH
2
% 1
Acetic Acid CH
3
COOH
Up to 10
10-20
Over 20 (including Glacial)
1
2
3
1
3
Acetone CH
3
COCH
3
3 3
Acetyl Chloride CH
3
COCI 3 3
Alcohols:
Allyl CH
2
=CHCH
2
OH 3 3
Amyl CH
3
(CH
2
)
3
CH
2
OH 3 3
Benzyl C
6
H
5
CH
2
OH 3 3
Butyl (Butanol) CH
3
(CH
2
)
2
CH
2
OH 3 3
Ethyl (Ethanol) CH
3
CH
2
OH Up to 50% aq. soln. 1 1
Ethyl (Ethanol) CH
3
CH
2
OH 95% aq. soln. 3 3
Furfuryl C
4
H
3
OCH
2
OH 3 3
Methyl (Methanol) CH
3
OH 3 3
Iso Propyl (propanol) (CH
3
)
2
CHOH 3 3
Alum AI
2
(SO
4
)
3
K
2
SO
4
.H
2
O 1 1
Aluminium Chloride AICI
3
1 1
Aluminum Sulphate AI
2
(SO
4
)
3
1 1
Ammonia Solution NH
4
OH 35% 1 1
Ammonium Carbonate (NH
4
)
2
CO
3
1 1
Ammonium Molybdate (NH
4
)
6
Mo
7
O
2
.H
2
O 1 1
Ammonium Nitrate NH
4
NO
3
1 1
Ammonium Sulphate (NH
4
)
2
SO
4
1 1
Ammonium Thiocyanate NH
4
SCN 1 1
Amyl Acetate Ch
3
COO(CH
2
)
4
CH
3
3 3
Aniline C
6
H
5
NH
2
3 3
Aromatic Hydrocarbons 3 3
Barium Bromide BaBr
2
1 1
Barium Carbonate BaCO
3
1 1
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Chemical or Agent Formula Concentration (%W/V)
Working
temperature
20C 50C
Barium Chloride BaCI
2
1 1
Barium Hydroxide Ba(OH)
2
1 1
Battery Acid H
2
SO
4
1 1
Benzene C
6
H
6
3 3
Benzoic Acid B
6
H
5
COOH 3 3
Boric Acid H
3
BO
3
1 1
Brake Fluids 3 3
Brine NaCI
H
2O Saturated 1 1
Bromic Acid HbrO
3
1 1
Bromine (Gas + Liquid) Br
2
3 3
Butane Gas C
4
H
10
1 1
Butyric Acid C
3
H
7
COOH 20% aqueous 3 3
Calcium Compounds Refer to respective sodium compound
Carbon Dioxide CO
2
40% aq. soln. 1 1
Carbon Disulphide CS
2
95% sq. soln. 3 3
Carbon Monoxide CO 1 1
Carbon Tetrachloride CCI
4
3 3
Castor Oil 1 1
Chlorine Gas Dry CI
2
2 3
Chlorine Wet 3 3
Chlorine Aqueous Solution
Up to 3% free chlorine 1 1
Over 3% free chlorine 4 4
Chlorobenzene C
6
H
5
CI 3 3
Chloroform CHCI
3
3 3
Chromic Acid CrO
3
+H
2
O 10%
25%
2
3
3
3
Citric Acid HOC(COOH)(CH
2
COOH)
2
H
2
O 1 1
Cresols C
6
H
4
(OH)CH
3
3 3
Copper Chloride CuCI
2
1 1
Copper Fluoride CuF
2
1 1
Copper Sulphate CuSO
4
1 1
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Chemical or Agent Formula Concentration (%W/V)
Working
temperature
20C 50C
Creosote 3 3
Cyclohexane C
6
H
12
3 3
Detergents 4 4
Dextrose C
6
H
12
O
6
H
12
1 1
Dichloroethane CH
2
CICH
2
CI 3 3
Dichloromethane CHCI
2
3 3
Diethylamine (C
2
H
5
)
2
NH 3 3
Diethyl Ether C
2
H
5
OC
2
H
5
3 3
Ethylene Glycol HOCH
2
CH
2
OH 1 1
Ferric Chloride FeCI
3
3 3
Ferric Nitrate Fe(NO
3
)
3
1 1
Ferrous Chloride FeCI
2
Saturated 1 2
Ferrous Sulphate FeSO
4
40% aqueous 1 1
Formaldehyde (Formalin) HCHO (+H
2
O) 10% 1 1
Formic Acid HCOOH 3% 1 3
Freon R11, R12, R22, R113, R114 4 4
FruitJuices 1 2
Gelatine 1 1
Glucose C
6
H
12
O
6
1 1
Glycerine HOCH
2
-CHOH-CH
2
OH 1 1
Hydrochloric
Acid
HCI
HCI
HCI
0-10%
10-30%
30%-37%
>37%
1
1
1
3
1
1
3
3
Hydrofuoric
Acid
HF
HF
0-10%
>10%
1
3
2
3
Hydrofuorosilicic Acid H
2
SiF
6
3 3
Hydrogen H
2
1 3
Hydrogen Peroxide H
2
O
2
1%
3%
5%
10% (30 vol)
1
1
1
3
1
2
3
3
1=RESISTANT 2=CONDITIONAL RESISTANCE 3=NOT RECOMMENDED 4=REFER TO EURAPIPE
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Chemical or Agent Formula Concentration (%W/V)
Working
temperature
20C 50C
Iodine Solution in KI I
2
1 3
Kerosene 3 3
Ketones 3 3
Lanolin 1 1
Lead Acetate Pb(CH
3
OO)
2
1 1
Linseed Oil 1 3
Magnesium Compounds
Refer to respsective sodium
compound
Mesityl Oxide (CH
3
)
2
C=CHCOCH
3
3 3
Methane CH
4
1 3
Methoxyethanol CH
3
OCH
2
CH
2
OH 3 3
Methyl Acetate CH
3
COOCH
3
3 3
Methyl Cyclohexanone C
6
H
9
CH
3
O 3 3
Methyl Ethyl Ketone CH
3
COCH
2
CH
3
3 3
Methyl Methacrylate CH
2
C(CH
3
)COOCH
3
3 3
Methylated Spirits 3 3
Milk 1 1
Mixed Acids
Limited resistance
Dependent on
Concentrations
4 4
Molasses Commercial 1 1
Nickel Sulphate NISO
4
1% 1 1
Nitric Acid HNO
3
1%
5%
1
2
3
3
Nitrogen N
2
3 1 1
Oleic Acid C
8
H
17
-CO=CH- 1 3
Oxalic Acid HO
2
CCO
2
H 1 4
Oxygen O
2
1 1
Ozone O
3
20PPM Solution
Saturated Solution
Gaseous
1
3
3
1
3
3
1=RESISTANT 2=CONDITIONAL RESISTANCE 3=NOT RECOMMENDED 4=REFER TO EURAPIPE
3
ABS Material
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 3-12
ABS Material
3
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 3-13
Chemical or Agent Formula Concentration (%W/V) Working
temperature
20C 50C
Petrol 3 3
Phenol C
6
H
5
OH 3 3
Potassium Compounds
Refer to respective
Sodium compounds
Propane C
3
H
8
1 1
Pyridine C
5
H
5
N Trace 3 3
Soap solutions (aqueous) 1 1
Sodium Acetates Na(CH
3
COO) 1 1
Sodium Borate Na
2
B
4
O
7
1 1
Sodium Carbonate NaCO
3
1 1
Sodium Chlorate NaCIO
3
1 1
Sodium Chloride NaCI 1 1
Sodium Chromate Na
2
CrO
4
1 1
Sodium Cyanide NaCN 1 1
Sodium Ferrocyanide Na
4
F
e
(CN)
6
1 1
Sodium Fluoride NaF 1 1
Sodium Hydrogen Carbonate NaHCO
3
1 1
Sodium Hydrogen Sulphate NaHSO
4
1 1
Sodium Hydrogen Sulphite NaHSO
3
1 1
Sodium Hydroxide NaOH Saturated 1 1
Sodium Hypochlorite NaOCI >3% available chlorine 3 3
Sodium Iodide NaI 1 1
Sodium Nitrate NaNO
3
1 1
Sodium Permanganate NaMnO
4
3 3
Sodium peroxide Na
2
O
2
3 3
Sodium Persulphate Na
2
S
2
O
8
1 1
Sodium Phosphate Na
4
P
2
O
7
1 1
Sodium Salicylate NaC
7
H
5
O
3
1 1
Sodium Silicate NaSiOl
3.9
H
2
O 1 1
1=RESISTANT 2=CONDITIONAL RESISTANCE 3=NOT RECOMMENDED 4=REFER TO EURAPIPE
3
ABS Material
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 3-12
ABS Material
3
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 3-13
Chemical or Agent Formula Concentration (%W/V) Working
temperature
20C 50C
Sodium Sulphate Na
2
SO
4
1 1
Sodium Sulphite Na
2
SO
3
1 1
Sodium Sulphide Na
2
S 1 1
Sodium Thiosulphate NaS
2
O
4
1 1
Stannic Chloride SnCI
4
1 3
Stannoous Chloride SnCI
2
1 3
Sulphur Dioxide (Gas)
Dry
Wet
SO
2
1
1
2
2
Sulphuric Acid H
2
SO
4
Under 30%
30%-50%
50%+
1
1
3
1
2
3
Toluene C
6
H
3=5
CH
3
3 3
Trichlorobenzene C
6
H
3
CI
3
3 3
Trichloroethylene CI
2
C=CHCI
3
3 3
Triethanolamine N(CH
2
CH
2
OH)
3
1 3
Triethylene Glycol (Trigol) HOCH
2
O)
2
CH
2
CH
2
OH 1 2
Turpentine 3 3
Uric Acid CO(NH)
2
COC
2
CO(NH)
2
1 2
Urine 1 1
Vegetable Oils 1 2
Vinegar 1 2
Water
Chlorinated
Deionized
Distilled
Fresh
Sea
H
2
O
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Wines 1 2
Xylene C
6
H
4
(CH
3
)
4
3 3
Zinc Orthophosphate Zn
3
(PO
4
)
2
2 2
Zinc Stearate Zn(C
18
H
35
O
2
)
2
1 1
1=RESISTANT 2=CONDITIONAL RESISTANCE 3=NOT RECOMMENDED 4=REFER TO EURAPIPE
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CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION 4-2 PIPE SUPPORT CENTRES 4-14
SYSTEM SELECTION CRITERIA 4-2 DEFLECTING PIPES ON A CURVE 4-15
VALVE SELECTION CRITERIA 4-3 COLLAPSE RESISTANCE 4-16
PIPE DESIGN CRITERIA 4-4 PRESSURE TESTING 4-16
PRESSURE TEMPERATURE DERATING 4-5
FLOW CALCULATION FOR LIQUIDS 4-6
THERMAL EXPANSION 4-8
DESIGNING FOR PIPE EXPANSION 4-9
PIPE ROUTE PLANNING 4-9
EXPANSION LOOPS 4-10
EXPANSION COMPENSATOR 4-11
RUBBER BELLOWS 4-11
PIPE WALL STRESSING 4-11
PIPE SUPPORT 4-12
PIPE CLIP RADIAL CLEARANCE 4-12
PIPE SUPPORT PADS 4-12
PIPE ANCHORS 4-13
SUPPORT OF HEAVY PIPE LINE
ACCESSORIES 4-14
EQUIPMENT CONNECTIONS 4-14
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INTRODUCTION
Thermoplastic pressure piping systems show considerable
cost savings compared with traditional materials, particularly
when chemical resistance, external coating, internal lining,
resilience and installation time is taken into account.
The modern engineer sees the many advantages that ABS
systems bring to the end user. In applying design principles
to the specifc criteria of thermoplastic materials the engineer
can take advantage of the database of case histories, modern
industry standards and use the physical properties of the
material.
SYSTEM SELECTION CRITERIA
A basic process specifcation for the piping system should be
engineered. In many cases this can be a very informal study,
but where the application of service is of a more critical nature,
this should involve some careful research into the exact or
anticipated process conditions.
Some points to be considered are:
Operating temperature and pressure
Composition of media
Support system design
Design to accommodate thermal expansion
External conditions
From this information the following decisions may be made:
Pipe material to be used
Diameter, pressure class and stiffness of pipe to be used
Jointing system, e.g. cold solvent cement welding, rubber
ring joints, fanges etc.
Supporting arrangements for pipes and valves
Trench design
Route details
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VALVE SELECTION CRITERIA
The table below will assist with the selection of suitable
thermoplastic valves.
Ball Diaphragm Butterfy
Size range DN15 - DN100 DN15 - DN50 DN50 - DN200
Clean liquid Good Good Good
Slurry Refer to Eurapipe Suitable Refer to Eurapipe
Flow control Off/On Good Moderate
Position indicator Yes Yes Yes
Vacuum proof Yes No Yes
Pressure surge behaviour Good Refer to Eurapipe Good
Sealing materials FPM / PTFE Natural rubber FPM
EDPM / PTFE Butyl rubber EDPM
PTFE
EDPM
Max. pressure range @ 208C 1000 kPa 1000 kPa 1000 kPa
Suitable for electric or pneumatic actuator Yes Yes Yes
End connection Socket, thread, fange Spigot, socket, thread, fange Wafer style
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PIPE DESIGN CRITERIA
Eurapipes pipe design is in accordance with the requirements
set out in AS3518.
Design Factor of Safety (F)
This factor is applied to the minimum ultimate strength of
material to establish safe (conservative) working loads.
Eurapipe has designed its standard range of pipes using a
minimum design safety factor of 1.6. This degree of safety
margin in the design of pipes means that the standard
DURAFLO and FREEFLO range of pipes are suitable for
application in critical services such as permanent urban water
supply applications and where high security is required for the
transport of hazardous chemicals.
Design Basis
This is a period, usually a minimum of 50 years accord-
ing to convention, which is used to determine the long term
hydrostatic strength of ABS pipe. Obviously, this does not
mean that the pipe will fail
Hydrostatic Design Stress
This hydrostatic design stress (HDS) is the minimum required
strength (MRS) divided by the Design Safety Factor. For the
minimum design safety of 1.6 used in the DURAFLO and
FREEFLO pipe ranges, the maximum HDS of 10 MPa is used.
Long Term Hydrostatic Strength ( s
LCL
)
This is the 97.5% lower confdence limit value of hoop stress,
continuously applied at a specifed temperature that the pipe
wall material can support for a specifed time. This value
is calculated using the statistical procedures detailed in the
standard extrapolation method of ISO/TR 9080.
Minimum Required Strength (MRS)
This is the minimum value of sLCL for a temperature of 20C
and for the conventional period of 50 years. The ABS material
used to manufacture DURAFLO and FREEFLO has an MRS
of 16 MPa.
PN Value
This is the nominal working pressure at 20C, in bar
(10 bar = 1 MPa).
Stress Regression
At a constant temperature the time to failure due to stress of a
thermoplastic pipe is inversely proportional to the magnitude
of the stress. By conducting a series of burst tests on ABS
material at different stress levels, a graph of stress versus time
to fracture can be plotted. This is always shown as a log-log
plot and is known as the Stress Regression Characteristic
for the pipe. It is representing a possible life for the pipe
manufactured from the selected ABS raw material compound.
See fgure below.
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PRESSURE/TEMPERATURE DERATING
All thermoplastic piping system pressure ratings apply at the
standard mid-wall temperature of 20C. Where systems are
required to operate at higher continuous mid-wall temperatures,
pressure ratings must be adjusted in accordance with the
following graph. The pressure values from 10 C up to 50C
are for 50 years design life, whereas for 60C are for 20 years
design life.
OPERATING PRESSURE BASED ON TEMPERATURE RERATING
PN4.5
PN6
PN9
PN12
PN15
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
-30C 10C 20C 30C 40C 50C 60C
PIPE MID-WALL TEMPERATURE (C)
O
P
E
R
A
T
I
N
G

P
R
E
S
S
U
R
E

(
b
a
r
)
As the temp
increases you need
the operating
pressure.
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FLOW CALCULATIONSFOR LIQUIDS
The extreme smoothness of the Eurapipe pipe wall and the
chemical resistance of the material prevent internal corrosion.
Consequently, the hydraulic characteristics of an ABS
DURAFLO and FREEFLO pipe generally remain constant
for the life of the system . Eurapipe ABS DURAFLO and
FREEFLO pipes do not need to be over-sized in the design
stage to allow for future performance losses due to corrosion.
For gravity pipe systems where the fow regime may be
partially full, the engineer should refer to the procedure in AS
2200 - Design charts for water supply and sewerage.
PRESSURE LOSS CALCULATION PROCEDURE
Pressure drops due to friction may be determined for practi-
cal purposes using nomograms (fow charts). Full range of
nomograms for applications where the media is water can be
found at the end of this catalogue. (Absolute roughness for
ABS pipe in operation, = 0.007mm.)
The fuid pressure loss through fttings may be included in
the overall system pressure loss by calculating the equivalent
length of pipe equal to the pressure loss through individual
fttings.
The calculations of pressure loss in fttings is:
E
f
= F 3 D
where:
E
f
= equivalent length of straifht pipe for fttings
,
m
F = fttings constant (see adjacent column)
D = fttings diameter, mm
To calcualte the total pressure loss in the system, the
equivalent straight pipe length for fttings is added to the total
measured straight pipe length:
ALTERNATIVE PROCEDURE
The aforementioned method will provide a conservative
selection of pipe diameter and class for an application. A more
rigorous approach will derive signifcant savings in the design
of a pipe system.
ABS FITTINGS CONSTANTS
Fittings F
Elbow 90 0.017
Elbow 45 0.009
Bend 90 Short Radius 0.004
Bend 45 Short Radius 0.002
Bend 90 Long Radius 0.002
Bend 45 Long Radius 0.001
Tee Through 0.011
Tee Branch 0.042
Loss in straight lengths of pipe
The head loss in straight lengths of pipe can be calculated as
follows :
where
L =length of pipe, m
H
p
=head loss, m
f =Darcy friction factor, dimensionless
d =inside diameter of pipe, m
v =mean velocity of media, m/s
g =9.81 m/s
2
, acceleration due to gravity
The Darcy friction factor is dependent upon the Reynolds
number, Re, and the relative roughness of the pipe surface,
where
=density, Kg / m
3
=dynamic viscosity, Kg / m s
=absolute roughness, mm
=0.003 mm, the absolute roughness for clean ABS






















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This method uses
Equivalent Length
that we add to the
pipe length for out
index run
calculations.
Or Kf on next page.
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Laminar fow In this type of fow Re<2000 and the Darcy
factor yields :
Turbulent fow The friction factor for Re>2000 is calculated
using the Colebrook White equation :
Head loss in fttings
where
SK
f
= N
bends
K
bends
+ N
elbows
K
elbows
+ N
tees
K
tees
+...
where
K
f
=coeffcient of friction for each type of ftting, shown in
the adjacent table
N =number of fttings of each type
Total head loss
Using the head loss calculations above, the pressure drop in
the pipeline is calculated using the formula :
Dp

= g(H
p
+ H
f
), N/m
2
Notes :
The Reynolds number range between 2000 and 4000 is
called the critical zone. Flow in this zone is unstable, and this
must be taken into account.
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COEFICIENT OF FRICTION FOR FITTINGS, K
f

Type of ftting K
f
Elbows
90 1.2
45 0.35
Bends Sweep
90 0.5
45 0.2
22 0.1
Tees
Flow through 0.6
Flow to branch 1.8
Flow from branch 1.5
Entries
Square 0.65
Protruding 0.75
Slightly rounded 0.21
Bellmouth 0.06
Outlets (all) 1.0
Sudden enlargements
Inlet to outlet ratio 4:5 0.15
Inlet to outlet ratio 3:5 0.4
Inlet to outlet ratio 1.2 0.6
Inlet to outlet ratio 2:5 0.75
Inlet to outlet ratio 1:5 0.9
Sudden contractions
Inlet to outlet ratio 4:5 0.45
Inlet to outlet ratio 3:5 0.38
Inlet to outlet ratio 1.2 0.35
Inlet to outlet ratio 2:5 0.28
Inlet to outlet ratio 1:5 0.15
Valves fully open
Gate 0.2
Butterfy 0.3
Ball 0.5
Swing check 1.3
Diaphragm 2.4
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THERMAL EXPANSION
Expansion is not a problem during the installation of an
ABS DURAFLO and FREEFLO pipe systems provided the
appropriate provisions are made during the design stage.
The linear coeffcient of thermal expansion for Eurapipe ABS
pipe is 10.1 x 10
-
5
m/m C (5.6 x 10
-
5
ft/ft F).
The variation in pipe wall temperature should be used in the
following equation to calculate the maximum pipe thermal
movement. (Pipe operating and shut down conditions
should be considered when evaluating extreme temperature
variations.)
DL = L C DT
where
DL =pipe expansion/contraction, m
L = original pipe length, m
C = linear coeffcient of thermal expansion, m/m 8C
DT = pipe wall temperature variation, 8C
The mid-wall temperature is dependent on the internal and
external environmental temperatures with the temperature of
the fowing media having the greater infuence.
The variation in pipe wall temperature can be calculated as :
DT =0.65DT
L
1 0.10DT
A
where
DT =pipe wall temperature variation, 8C
DT
L
=maximum temperature variation in pipe content, 8C
DT
A
=maximum temperature variation of external air, 8C
Example :
Calculate the thermal expansion of a 50 metre section of Eura-
pipe ABS pipe with an expected variation in the temperature of
the fuid conveyed from 20 8C to 30 8C and an expected varia-
tion of the ambient temperature from 10 8C to 40 8C.
DT
L
=30 - 20 = 108
DT
A
=40 - 10 = 30 8C
DT

=0.65DT
L
+ 0.10DT
A
= 6.5 + 3 = 9.5 8C
DL= LC DT
DL =50 10.1 10
-5
9.5 = 0.047975m
DL =47.98mm
The following graph allows you to read directly total pipe
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DESIGNING FOR PIPE EXPANSION (ABOVE
GROUND)
Pipe expansion of a cold solvent cement welded pipeline
may be accommodated using any one or combination of the
following techniques:
Pipe route planning
Expansion loops
Expansion joints (rubber bellows)
Pipe wall stressing
PIPE ROUTE PLANNING
In the vast majority of cases, effective route planning can
eliminate the requirement of expansion loops, or expansion
bellows etc with consequent fnancial savings.
The basic principle of design is to allow pipe runs to move
axially from a fxed point (anchor) and then guide this
movement into a change of pipe direction ensuring that the
pipe is free to fex as shown in fg. 1.
An inappropriate installation is shown in Fig 2. The pipe run
is fxed at on end (A) and constrained at the other (B). As the
temperature increases the pipe will try to expand but will have
nowhere to go as the ends are constrained by clip (B). Thus
the pipe will snake between supports as indicated.
In Fig 3, effective route leg planning has
eliminated the need for expansion loops etc by a simple
redesign of pipe supports. By utilising a suitable pipe support
to allow free lateral pipe movement, the pipe can be installed
with suffcient fexibility to expand and contract. The support
at (C) remains but the clip at pipe support (B) is eliminated to
give suffcient length for fexibility.

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Calculate the expansion
Establish an anchor point midway along the straight length of
pipe to control the direction of any movement.
-Position pipe supports away from change of direction to allow
required movement.
-The extent of movement to be accommodated at each end
from the neutral position will be + 25% of the total expansion.
Example, if total calculated expansion is 100mm, 50mm of this
is to be accommodated at each end, which is + 25mm from the
neutral position, see Fig 5.
EXPANSION LOOPS (ABOVE GROUND)
Length of the expansion loop legs, (H) for sizes up to
DN 400 can be determined using the adjacent table. Please
refer to Eurapipe for further information.
The expansion loop table can also be used for calculating
fexibility required at changes in direction.
Expansion loop dimensions can be reduced considerably by
the use of tandem bellows. Refer Eurapipe for details.
Expansion loop leg length, H (mm)
Pipe
Size
DN
Expansion DL/2 (fg .4) DL (fg.5) (mm)
25 50 75 100 150 200
15 650 920 1130 1300 1595 1840
20 730 1030 1265 1460 1785 2065
25 815 1155 1415 1635 2000 2310
32 915 1300 1590 1835 2250 2595
40 980 1390 1700 1960 2400 2775
50 1095 1550 1900 2200 2690 3105
65 1225 1735 2125 2450 3005 3470
80 1330 1885 2310 2665 3260 3765
100 1510 2135 2615 3020 3700 4270
125 1675 2365 2900 3345 4100 4730
150 1835 2590 3175 3665 4490 5185
200 2120 3000 3675 4240 5195 6000
225 2500 3535 4330 4995 6120 7065
250 2645 3740 4580 5290 6475 7480
300 2805 3965 4860 5610 6870 7930
350 2980 4210 5155 5955 7290 8420
375 3160 4470 5475 6320 7740 8940
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EXPANSION COMPENSATORS
Where space does not permit a fexible route, or the use of
expansion loops, rubber bellows should be considered.
RUBBER BELLOWS
Rubber bellows are able to accommodate angular, lateral
and small axial movements as shown below. Bellows should
be located in adjacent pipe legs to beneft from the lateral
movement. Bellows in pressure service should be tied to
prevent excessive forces being applied to anchors, nozzles or
structures. Tandem bellows can be used to meet large thermal
movements.
PIPE WALL STRESSING
In many cases expansion may be taken up by variations in
pipe wall stresses. Contact Eurapipe for further detailed design
procedures should this method be adopted.
Expansion compensator operating range*
Pipe Size
DN
Travel
Axial
Compression/
Extension
mm
Lateral
Defection
mm
Angular
Defection
32 8 - 4 8 15
40 8 - 4 8 15
50 8 - 5 8 15
65 8 - 6 10 15
80 12 - 6 10 15
100 18 - 10 12 15
125 18 - 10 12 15
150 18 - 10 12 15
200 25 - 14 22 15
225 25 - 14 22 15
250 25 - 14 22 15
300 25 - 14 22 15
350 25 - 14 22 15
375 25 - 14 22 15
400 25 - 14 22 15
500 25 - 14 22 15
575 25 - 16 19 15
650 25 - 16 19 10
750 25 - 16 19 10
*Values shown are for the single sphere bellows
Guide to expansion unit selection
Bellows Dual Bellow
Loop
Loop
Accommodate
Angular/Lateral
Movement
Yes Yes Yes
Vibration Isolation Good Very good Moderate
Axial Expansion
Range
Very
small
Very high Good
Installation Space Small High Large
Maintenance Minimum Minimum Minimum
Pressure Rating High High High
Size range, DN 32 - 750 300 - 750 32 - 750
Cost/mm Expansion High Moderate High
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PIPE SUPPORT
The basic principle of correct pipe supporting is to allow
controlled axial movement of the pipe while providing lateral
restraint and adequate support for the pipe.
The hanger type support does not provide lateral restraint to
the pipe and therefore encourages snaking and so should
be avoided except where located adjacent to the changes in
direction where fexibility may be required.
Thus pipe supports should:
Be rigid in construction to adequately support pipe
(fabricated mild steel angle being ideal).
Have a wide bearing area, to allow pipe to move easily over
support.
Resist defection, thus transferring loads to the structure.
Be free from sharp burrs or edges to avoid cutting or
damaging pipe wall.
Allow controlled axial movement of the pipe.
Provide lateral restraint, where required.
Pipe clips should:
Allow controlled axial pipe movement
Be free from burrs or sharp edges
Provide required lateral restraint
All clips shall be corrosion- resistant.
Pipe clips, other than anchor clips shall be so constructed
that, when they are securely fxed, longitudinal movement of
the pipe is permitted.
Anchor clips for fxed points shall be constructed so that
when they are tightened, the ftting or pipe is securely and
evenly clamped to prevent movement. The bearing width shall
be 25 mm minimum.
Metal clips shall be used in conjunction with resilient
material to protect the pipe and shall have a fnished clearance
across the diameter to allow for radial and longitudinal
movement. All materials shall be compatible with ABS, and be
smooth and free from protrusions.
Eurapipe manufactures a range of suitable pipe clips for pipe
sizes up to 100mm. For sizes 125mm and above fabricated
mild steel clips with a radial clearance as per the following
table are suitable.
PIPE SUPPORT PADS
The use of pipe support pads between pipe and support is
strongly recommended where there is likely to be considerable
movement of the pipe or chafng of the pipe from vibration.
High density polyethylene sheet 6 -10 mm is suitable for this
purpose and should be installed as indicated in fg.6.
Width of pipe supports must be suffcient to allow free axial
movement of the pipe without binding.
The following table gives recommended pipe support widths.
Pipe diameter Minimum clearance
Up to DN150 2 mm
DN200 - DN450 5 mm
DN500 - DN750 10 mm
Pipe Diameter Minimum support width
Up to DN300 25 mm
DN350 - DN375 60mm
DN400 - DN450 100 mm
DN500 - DN750 300 mm
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PIPE ANCHORS
Pipe anchors should be provided in systems where thermal
expansion occurs.
Anchors ensure that pipe movement occurs in a controlled and
predictable manner.
In addition, pipe anchors will absorb axial pipe pressure thrust
in those systems ftted with expansion joints.
Where possible, a fanged pipe connection may be used as an
anchor point by the use of a valve support in lieu of one of the
backing rings. Refer to fg.7.
Where suitable fange connections are not convenient, pipe
anchors may be constructed by solvent cementing split fttings
to pipe as shown in fg.8.
An alternative method for pipe diameters up to 50mm is shown
in fg.9.
Anchor points located at mid length of a straight section
need not be as robust as those associated with expansion
compensators which must be able to withstand the total
pressure thrust plus frictional resistance to movement.
Note: Under no circumstances should a tightened pipe clip be
used as an anchor.
The action of tightening the clip imposes a crushing load on
the pipe which may damage the pipe and affect its structural
stability.
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SUPPORT OF HEAVY PIPE LINE ACCESSORIES
Valves, flters, or other heavy items should always be
independently supported or anchored to prevent undue loading
and stress being applied to the pipe. Eurapipe valve support
plates can be used in place of fange backing rings to provide
necessary support.
Equipment Connections
ABS pipe may be connected directly to pipe or other
equipment using fanges or threaded connections. Flanges
are the recommended method for all sizes, however threaded
connections maybe used for sizes 50mm or below.
PIPE SUPPORT CENTRES
ABS is classifed as a strong thermoplastic over its working
temperature range of -308 to +708C.
With increasing temperature pipe stiffness decreases requiring
frequent support.
The spacing of supports shall be such that the midspan
defection does not exceed 1/500th of the span.
As a guide, horizontal support centres for Eurapipe ABS pipe
at various temperature as given in the adjacent table. For
verticle pipes support centres may be increased by 50%. For
more details contact Eurapipe.
Pipes operating at higher temperatures, up to 608C, must be
continuously supported.
PIPE SIZE
DN
Support centers (m)
based on PN15 pipe
Average pipe wall temperature
208 C 408C
15 0.80 0.60
20 0.90 0.70
25 1.00 0.75
32 1.20 0.90
40 1.30 0.95
50 1.50 1.10
65 1.80 1.35
80 2.00 1.50
100 2.30 1.70
125 2.60 1.90
150 3.00 2.20
200 3.50 2.60
225 4.00 2.95
300 4.20 3.10
350 4.50 3.35
375 4.80 3.55
400 5.00 3.70
450 5.50 4.10
500 6.00 4.45
575 6.20 4.60
650 6.40 4.75
750 6.60 4.90
Pressure
rating
PN6 PN9 PN12 PN15 PN18 PN20
Correction
factors
0.71 0.88 0.92 1 1.05 1.07
The following correction factors should be applied for
other pipe classes.
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DEFLECTING PIPES ON A CURVE
The fexibility of ABS pipes can often be used to an advantage
when installing pipe work where a curve is required. The
following table gives minimum bending radii without undue
stress being placed on a pipe.
It is possible for pipes to be curved to a lesser radius than in
the table below depending on the design pressure/temperature
relationship. Contact Eurapipe for further information.
ANGULAR DEFLECTION
In addition to the ability to curve ABS pipes, the elastomeric
sealed sockets available (RRJ/RRJ) will give further capability
for changes in direction.
The following table shows the designed defection angle for
both the DURAFLO and the FREEFLO ranges of sockets.
ABS PIPE MINIMUM BEND RADIUS (m)
DN Up to 65 80 100 125 150 175 200 225 300 350 375 400 500 575
RADIUS 6.5 10 12 15 18 21 28 32 37 43 50 53 56 74
ANGLE
OVER 6M
53 34 29 23 19 16 12 11 9 8 7 6 6 6
PIPE SIZE
TOTAL DEFLECTION
ANGLE PER JOINT
DURAFLO/
FREEFLO
DN300
4.58
DN375 to DN500
48
DN575 to DN750
3.58
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COLLAPSE RESISTANCE
Critical collapse pressure (differential pressure) for above
ground pipelines may be calculated using the following
formula:
where :
E = Modulus, MPa
D = Outside diameter of the pipe, mm
t = Pipe wall thickness, mm
n = Poissons ratio, dimensionless
n= 0.35 for ABS
Note: For temperatures above 20C Modulus must be derated
accordingly (see adjacent table). The values in the table are
for long term Modulus of Elasticity. The instantaneous Modulus
of Elasticity for Eurapipe ABS is 2200 Mpa.
For buried pipelines, design for buckling should be based upon
AS2566 - Buried fexible pipelines - Design.
Eurapipe ABS pipelines are particularly suitable for below
atmospheric applications. Contact Eurapipe for further advice.
PRESSURE TESTING
The recommended test pressure for ABS DURAFLO and
FREEFLO pipe used in above ground systems is 1.5 times the
designed operating pressure of the system for a maximum of
one hour, less allowance for temperature derating.
Pressure testing above these limits is not recommended as it
can reduce the maximum life of the system.
Pressure testing of ABS DURAFLO and FREEFLO buried
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Variation of long term Modulus of
Elasticity with temperature
Temperature(C) Modulus(MPa)
20 1580
30 Contact Eurapipe
40 Contact Eurapipe
50 Contact Eurapipe
60 Contact Eurapipe
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CONTENT
INTRODUCTION 5-2
HANDLING AND STORAGE 5-2
JOINING SYSTEMS 5-3
COLD SOLVENT CEMENT WELDING 5-4
COLD SOLVENT CEMENT WELDING
PROCEDURE 5-6
INSTALLATION OF BOLT ON SADDLES 5-11
ELASTOMERIC SEAL JOINING PROCEDURE 5-11
FLANGED JOINTS 5-12
THREADED CONNECTIONS 5-13
BURIED PIPELINES 5-14
REPAIR OF DAMAGED PIPES 5-15
ABOVE GROUND PIPELINES 5-17
HYDROSTATIC PRESSURE TESTING 5-17
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INTRODUCTION
Eurapipe ABS pipe systems are easy to install. It requires
minimum trade skills and training of personnel for a successful
installation.
A complete certifcation package comprising training manual,
Quality Assurance program, on site training and certifcation of
personnel is available from Eurapipe.
HANDLING AND STORAGE
ABS pipes and fttings are relatively light and easily handled.
However, care must be taken during handling to prevent
scoring or gouging of the pipes and fttings:
Pipes and fttings shall not be dropped, indented,
crushed or impacted.
Metal slings, hooks, or chains shall not come into
direct contact with the pipe surface. Fabric slings shall be
used and shall be attached at two points on the load.
Do not sling from the middle of the pipe.
Spreader bars may be necessary to prevent slings
slipping during lifts.
Care shall be taken to prevent damaging the
external surfaces of pipes by rough handling or by dragging
along the ground.
Pipe packs and individual pipes can be lifted by
forklift or by using slings in conjunction with a crane or other
lifting device such as a backhoe or other suitable equipment.
Lengths in excess of 6 metres must be lifted from
two points at least 3 metres apart. This can be achieved by
using a forklift with wide tynes or by using slings and spreader
bar at least 3 metres long.
If mechanical lifting equipment is not available, large
diameter pipes may be rolled down planks from the transport
unit. Ropes shall be employed to control the pipes on the way
down.
Smaller diameter pipes can be lifted and carried
manually.
Pipes shall be stored in the packs supplied.
Packs shall be stored on level ground free from
stones or projections, which could damage the pipe.
For short term, storage packs can be stacked to a
height of maximum 2.8 meters.
Multiple packs are not to be lifted.
For longer term storage- more than 3 months -packs
shall be stacked to a height of maximum 1.8 meters.
Where pipes are to be stored individually or without
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being strapped in packs, they shall be supported with 75mm
wide horizontal timber supports at 1.5 m spacing.
Unpacked pipes shall not be stacked higher than 1.8
m without vertical support.
When stacking pipes with solvent cement welded
sockets ftted to one end, alternate and stagger the pipe end to
end so that the sockets do not bear upon each other.
Eurapipe ABS pipes need not to be stored under
cover except when storage period is likely to exceed 6 months.
When extended storage periods are expected, pipes shall
be covered with a light colour screening, which allows airfow
between layers.
Fittings shall be stored in the original packaging until
ready for use.
Under high solar radiation, pipe should be shaded at
least 24 hours prior to joining.
JOINING SYSTEMS
Pipes and plain ended fttings may be joined by the following
methods:
Sockets - cold solvent cement welded (SWJ)
- elastomeric sealed (RRJ)
Flanges
Shoulder style coupling (e.g. Victaulic)
Threaded adaptors
Tapping saddles
Unions
Mechanical couplings (e.g. Gibaults, Straub, Wang
etc.)
Elastomeric sealed sockets (RRJ)
There are two types of elastomeric sealed sockets:
- one side cold solvent cement weld type and the
otherside elastomeric seal type (SWJ/RRJ),
- both sides elastomeric seal type (RRJ/RRJ).
Cold solvent cement welded sockets (SWJ/SWJ)
Cold solvent cement welded sockets are the quickest, most
economical joining method for ABS pipes and plain ended
fttings and are available for all pipe sizes.
Cold solvent cement welding eliminates the need for thrust
blocks as the longitudinal stress is taken in the pipe wall.
This type of joint is permanent and cannot be disassembled.
Cementing ABS to PVC
The cementing of these two dissimilar materials is not
recommended.
A Rubber Ring socket or a mechanical connection such as a
threaded connection or a fange is recommended where such
joints are necessary.
Branch connections
The preferred branch connection is by use of tees.
Tapping saddles, which permit branch connections to be made
without removing a section of the main pipe are useful where
additions are required to an existing installation.
Contact Eurapipe for further details regarding the use and
installation of ABS tapping saddles.
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Connecting ABS to other pipe systems
There are several recommended methods of connecting other
pipe systems directly to ABS pipe.
Elastomeric sealed sockets (RRJ sockets)
Composite unions
Flanges
Threaded adaptors
Shouldered end style couplings
COLD SOLVENT CEMENT WELDING
Correctly made joints using this technique are stronger than
either pipe or ftting.
The cold solvent cement welding of ABS is a welding
process and not a glueing process.
The solvent acts by temporarily disolving the two surfaces to
be welded. When they are brought together, the two surfaces
reconstitute into a single homogenous solid mass as the
solvent quickly evaporates.
Sustained axial loading of pipe into the ftting is required to
form a satisfactory joint.
The axial loading for the welding is provided by ensuring that
the two parts being welded together have an interference ft. It
is for this reason that sockets are designed with a taper (fg.1)
Tools required
Coarse fle or other tools suitable for chamfering the
pipe.
Emery paper.
Felt tipped pen.
Tape measure.
Cutting tools e.g. pipe cutters, hack saw, fne tooth
wood saw or circular saw with tungsten tipped blade.
Clean paint brushes (natural bristles and unpainted
wooden handle).
Eurapipe ABS solvent cement and MEK cleaner.
The recommended brush size for ease of use is shown in the
following table:
Pipe diameter Brush Size
Up to DN50 20 mm
DN 50 - DN 200 50 - 80 mm
DN200 and above 100 mm
Mechanical device for joining pipe sizes above
150NB e.g. hand operated lever winch, two fabric lifting slings
or two chain slings (min. 12mm link length).
Clean, lint free rags.
Safety glasses and protective gloves.
fg. 1 Typical cold solvent cement socket design
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Safety precautions
The following requirements are in addition to any govern-ment
safety legislation or established company work practices:
Read safety precautions on ABS cement and MEK
cleaner tins.
Work area must be well ventilated.
As cement and cleaner are fammable liquids ensure
work area is clear of falling sparks or other sources of ignition
e.g. smoking.
Wear safety glasses and protective gloves at all
times when using ABS cement and MEK cleaner.
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COLD SOLVENT CEMENT WELDING PROCE-
DURE
Preparation
Prepare and inspect the pipe.
Scratches, gouges or dents shall be less than 10%
of the pipe wall thickness.
Joining surfaces must be clean and free from water,
dirt, oils or any foreign matter to ensure a good weld.
The ends of the pipes shall be cut square and
chamfered and all burrs shall be removed.
Dry ft the joint without forcing the pipe into the
sochet (fg.1). If the pipe cannot be entered into the socket or
does not bind up before reaching the end of the socket, do not
continue with the joint.
Refer to the Training and Accreditation Program for Installation
of ABS Pipelines. Alternatively, contact Eurapipe for further
information.
Add Witness Marks (fg.2) at distance from the end
of the pipe equal to:
the socket depth, frst witness mark
the socket depth plus 100 mm, second
witness mark
For pipe sizes 150 NB and above, set up mechanical
joining device to ensure suffcient axial load is exerted to the
joint (fg.3).
fg. 2
fg. 3
fg. 1
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Abrade and clean joining surface of the pipe (fg.4),
no further than the frst witness mark, using emery paper.
This will help absorption of MEK into the wall.
Abrade and clean the inside surface of the socket
(fg.5) using emery paper. This will help absorption of
MEK into the wall.
Wipe over the surfaces with a clean dry rag to
remove any dust (fg.6).
Immediately before joining, thoroughly wipe the
abraded surfaces with a clean rag moistened with MEK to
initiate the chemical reaction (fg.7).
fg. 4
fg. 5
fg. 6
fg. 7
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Joining
Stir solvent cement before use.
Using a clean brush, apply solvent cement to the
pipe (fg. 8) and the socket (fg. 9).
Brush strokes should be frm and alternatively
circumferential and longitudinal, fnishing with continuous
longitudinal strokes to redistribute any excess from the socket
root and end of the pipe.
For sizes under 150mm only one person is
required for the welding process. Apply one coat to the pipe
surface frst, then one coat to the socket and then apply a
second coat to the pipe (when required-see table below).
For larger sizes, 200mm and above, two people
are required for this process. One person is applying solvent
cement to the pipe - two coats, see table below- while,
simultaneously, another person is applying solvent cement to
the socket (fg. 10)
Excess solvent cement can adversely effect the joint.
Do not apply solvent cement onto the pipe over
the frst witness mark.
Do not pour the solvent cement onto the pipe or
allow puddles to form.
Pipe size Coats required
Pipe Socket
Up to DN 50
1 1
DN 50 and above
2 1
fg. 8
fg. 9
fg.10
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Without delay, push the pipe in a smooth even
motion, until the end of the socket reaches the frst witness
mark (fg.11).
Ensure that the joining process is completed as quick
as possible, while the solvent cement surface is still wet.
Do not attempt to make the joint if the solven
cement has dried.
The second witness mark shall be 100 mm from the
end of the socket.
Wipe thoroughly excess solvent cement from all
around the socket mouth and, where possible, from inside of
the joint.
Replace the lids on solvent cement and MEK
cleaner.
Clean brushes in MEK.
Where joining is to continue, brushes can be stored
in a covered tin of MEK cleaner to prevent hardening.
Always ensure excess MEK cleaner is removed from brushes
before using with solvent cement.
Excess solvent cement must be removed
Do not use MEK to clean up excess solvent
cement.
Continue to exert axial load until the joint sets. As
the sockets are tapered the pipe will initially try to slide out of
the socket.
See the following table.
Pipe size Holding time
DN 15 - DN 50 20 - 60 sec.
DN 80 - DN 200 1 -5 min
DN 225 - DN 350 5 - 10 min.
DN 375 - DN 500 10 - 20 min.
DN 575 - DN 650 20 - 30 min.
DN 750 30 - 45 min.
Do not disturb joints for 60 minutes after joining.
fg. 11
fg. 12
fg. 13
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Important notes on cold solvent cement welding
Work in a well ventilated area clear of hazards.
Use only Eurapipe ABS solvent cement and MEK
cleaner.
PVC solvent cement and primer are not suitable
for use with Eurapipe ABS pipe and fttings.
Treat ABS cement and MEK cleaner with care, as
they are volatile fammable liquids. Replace lids tightly
after use.
An indication of the number of joints likely to be
made with Eurapipe ABS Solvent cement when following the
recommended procedure is as follows:
SOLVENT CEMENT USAGE*
SIZE SOLVENT WELD
JOINTS PER LITRE**
DN 50 S1 135
DN 80 S1 45
DN 100 S1 35
DN 125 S1 20
DN 150 S1 20
DN 200 S1 10
DN 225 S1 4
DN 300 S1 4
DN 350 S1 3
DN 375 S1 2
DN 400 S1 1
DN 450 S1 1
DN 500 S1 0.5
DN 575 S1 0.5
DN 650 S1 0.3
DN 750 S1 0.3
* The usage of MEK is approximately 50% that of ABS cement
** A socket counts as 2 joints, a tee as 3 joints etc.
The usage of MEK is approximately 50% that of ABS
cement
ABS cement shall be stirred before use.
If solvent cement becomes thickened through
evaporation of solvents or becomes contaminated dispose
cement safely and use a fresh tin.
Do not thin cement with MEK.
Ensure there is no contamination to the solvent
cement joint from dirt, dust and oil.
Solvent cement may be removed from your hands
with soap and water or industrial hand cleaning soaps.
Do not use MEK for removing ABS solvent
cement from your skin.
The key to fast effcient joining, particularly with large
pipe diameters is preparation.
Solvent cement joining must be completed as quickly
as practicable, typically within 2 minutes of applying the frst
coat of cement.
Pipe and socket must be dry for effective joining.
Use only clean cotton rags and clean brushes.
Check alignment of fttings before making the joint.
When using a lever winch, have everything ready
before applying solvent cement.
When installing fttings, ensure that winching
operations do not bear on branches of tees.
A canopy over the joining area is desirable when
working in full sun.
In hot conditions shading of joining areas of pipefor a
minimum of 1 hour before joining will enable easier joining.
In hot or wet conditions a canopy over the joining
area to prevent direct sunlight or precipitation on the joining
process will enable easier joining. Ensure adequate ventilation.
Where a lever winch is used, leave it connected
applying the axial load until the joint sets.
It is good practice to leave the tension on the winch
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until it is needed for the next joint (fg. 14).
Full rated pressure shall not be applied for 48
hours after joining.
Testing must not be carried out until the
following times have elapsed since completion
of the last joint:
Sizes DN 10 DN200 48 hours
Sizes DN225 DN350 72 hours
Sizes DN400 DN750 96 hours
INSTALLATION OF BOLT ON SADDLES
Assemble clean elastomeric seal carefully into band,
making sure no dirt is in the tapping band groove.
Extra care must be taken when ftting curved E-lips.
Match any positioning lug into the mating notch in
the band groove to ensure they are aligned correctly.
Position band on a clean section of pipe, tighten
bolts until band is secure. Over tightening is not necessary and
could cause the stainless steel nuts to gall.
Tap the pipe trough the band being careful not to
damage the band or force swarf under the seal. It is good
practice to mark the pipe so that if the band is removed it may
be replaced exactly and centrally over the tapped hole.
The take-off branch is a plain socket. Reduced or
threaded branch confgurations may be formed by using the
appropriate Eurapipe ftting.
Ensure that all take-off pipes are aligned and free to
fex with expansion to avoid undue stress on the saddle.
Ensure that any instrument connected by this
method is independently supported and not presenting any
concentrated load to the main pipe.
ELASTOMERIC SEAL JOINING PROCEDURE
Preparation
Pipe: Inspect pipe for surface defects, which may affect
performance or function of the pipe in service.
Scratches, gouges or dents shall be less than 10% of the pipe
wall thickness. The spigot end of the pipe shall be cut square,
chamfered, free from chips and cracks and all burrs removed.
Socket: If rubber ring gasket is pre-ftted, remove and
inspect both gasket and socket housing to ensure the surfaces
are clean and free from dirt, oils or any foreign matter.
Where cleaning is required a dry brush is a suitable method of
removing dust followed with the use of a clean lint free cloth
and water to remove all dirt and contaminants from the sealing
surfaces.
Trench: A bedding layer of a minimum thickness (refer
AS2566-1) shall be laid in the bottom of the trench, compacted
according to the required specifcations and graded to
continuously support the pipe.
Where the socket will lay on the trench bottom, scallop out a
bell hole in the bedding. The bell hole shall be twice the length
of the socket to allow suffcient room for joining.
After joining fll and compact the bell hole ensuring that pipe
and socket are fully supported.
fg.14
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Joining
Reduce the diameter of the rubber ring gasket by
folding in the form of a heart shape and insert into the socket
ring groove. Ensure it is the right way round with the bulb
inserted frst and the taper section facing towards the socket
mouth. Check the rubber ring gasket is correctly positioned
with the external groove located on the retaining bead in the
socket.
Add two witness marks to the spigot end of the pipe
using a pencil or felt tipped marking pen:
- frst witness mark: socket depth less 15 mm
- second witness mark: socket depth.
Lower the pipe into the trench and support in
accordance with the procedures on Handling. Check the pipe
is aligned correctly and able to enter the socket freely.
Use only lubricant supplied by Eurapipe
Apply a thin flm of lubricant to the inside surface of
the rubber ring gasket
Apply a thin flm onto the outside surface of the
spigot, especially the chamfer, for a minimum distance of
100mm from the spigot end.
Lubricant can be applied using a glove, rag or brush,
Realign the pipe and enter the spigot carefully into
the socket until it makes contact with the gasket.
Using approved means of providing mechanical assistance
and maintaining a straight line push the spigot into the socket
until the frst witness mark remains just visible fush with the
socket face.
Do not push the pipe to the bottom of the socket. If
the pipe is inserted too far, withdraw immediately until the two
witness marks are visible again, the frst being fush with the
socket face. In this position clearance is automatically allowed
for expansion.
The socket of the joint being made should be
restrained to prevent backward movement, which would close
up joints already made.
FLANGED JOINTS
Eurapipe manufacture two styles of fanged joining systems.
Full face fanges, available in sizes 15mm to 150mm.
Stub fanges, available in sizes DN 50 to DN 750.
Stub fanges are the preferred style as they offer a more
economical ftting and are easier to install than the full face
style. Stub fange assemblies have the same pressure rating
as full face fanges assemblies.
Backing rings must be used with both full face and stub
fanges and are available in all standard drilling confgurations.
Gaskets must be used with fanges.
ABS stub fange and full face fange assemblies may be bolted
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directly to other fanged pipe systems of the same fange
drilling i.e. ANSI 150, AS 2129 etc.
Flange bolt torque values for ABS pipes will not be as high as
those commonly used on steel pipe systems.
The recommended torque values are suitable for the maximum
pressure rating of ABS pipe systems.
Higher torque values may result in distortion of the fange face.
Standard butterfy valves may be placed between ABS stub
fange or full face fange assemblies without modifcation.
Valves should be checked for full and free movement prior to
fnal tightening of fange bolts.
Care needs to be exercised as the valve disc
may interfere with the bore of the pipe.
Spacers or special stub fanges can be provided.
THREADED CONNECTIONS
Eurapipe manufactures a range of threaded fttings up to
100NB (4).
All threaded fttings are rated 1500kPa at 20C.
For high-pressure installations it is preferable to use adaptors
or fttings with male ABS threads in preference to female ABS
threaded fttings.
Composite unions, available in male and female threaded
RECOMMENDED BOLT TORQUES AND BOLT SIZES
FOR AS 2129 TABLE E FLANGES(ABS TO ABS
FLANGES)
PIPE SIZE BOLT SIZE TORQUE
(N/m)
BOLTS/FLANGE
DN 15 S1 M12 X 50 7 4
DN 20 S1 M12 X 50 10 4
DN 25 S1 M12 X 50 14 4
DN 32 S1 M12 X 50 13 4
DN 40 S1 M12 X 50 16 4
DN 50 S1 M16 X 65 22 4
DN 65 S1 M16 X 65 25 4
DN 80 S1 M16 X 70 33 4
DN 100 S1 M16 X 80 25 8
DN 125 S1 M16 X 90 34 8
DN 150 S1 M20 X 90 42 8
DN 200 S1 M20 X 100 63 8
DN 225 S1 M20 X 130 80 12
DN 250 S1 M20 X 150 108 12
DN 300 S1 M20 X 150 108 12
DN 350 S1 M24 X 160 133 12
DN 375 S1 M24 X 170 163 12
DN 400 S1 M24 X 180 157 16
DN 450 S1 M24 X 190 185 16
DN 500 S1 M27 X 230 191 16
DN 575 S1 M27 X 240 190 16
DN 650 S1 M27 X 280 200 20
DN 750 S1 M33 X 300 200 20
*Torque values ar ebased upon the use of lubricated bolts complying with
the relevant standards. Care should be taken with galvanized bolts as
increased friction may be encountered
confgurations to 50NB are recommended for joining ABS pipe
to metal threads particularly in systems subject to thermal
cycling.
Tightening shall only be done by hand with a maximum of
an extra quarter turn with a pipe wrench. There is often a
tendency to over-tighten threads however this only causes
distortion and leaks.
If a threaded connection is leaking disassemble the thread
and if not damaged remake the connection taking care not to
overtighten.
PTFE tape is the recommended thread sealant.
Do not use liquid thread sealants, e.g. Loctite or
PTFE paste, as they contain chemicals which may attack
plastic materials.
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BURIED PIPELINES
Trench preparation
Trenches shall be excavated in accordance with AS2566 -
Buried fexible pipelines - Installation and the specifed design
and relevant installation codes.
The bottom of the trench shall be even and stable and
prepared in accordance with the prescribed pipeline gradient
and depth.
A bedding layer of a minimum thickness as determined by the
code shall be laid in the bottom of the trench.
Ensure that the bedding is free from hard objects or sharp
projections.
The bedding shall be graded to continuously support the pipe.
The bedding shall be compacted according to the required
specifcations.
Where the joining ftting will lay on the trench bottom, scallop
out a bell hole in the bedding. The bell hole shall be twice the
length of the socket joiner to allow suffcient room for joining.
After joining, the bell hole shall be flled and compacted.
Ensure that after joining has been completed joining sockets
are neither unsupported nor on points of concentrated load.
Pre-assembly of cold solvent cement welded
pipes and laying
Joining above ground and snaking into the trench is suitable
for solvent cement welded pipes in sizes up to 200NB.
With this method, the pipes are joined together in a continuous
length of several hundred metres alongside the trench.
Care must be taken not to strain the pipe or pipe joints.
If this method is to be considered, refer to Eurapipe.
Joining in trench
This method is appropriate for all joining methods and for all
sizes of pipe.
The pipes shall be laid in the trench so that the socketed end
of the pipe is facing in the direction of laying.
The next pipe is then placed in the trench and inserted into the
socket.
Pipes can be supplied with one joining socket ftted to one end
and the other end chamfered. Where this is not the case, or
the pipe is cut to a specifc length, a chamfer shall be formed
(see procedure for cutting) and a socket shall be welded to
one end of the pipe above ground before laying in trench.
Where it is necessary to ft a joining socket to a pipe in a
trench, the trench will need to have suffcient room around the
end of the pipe to perform joining.
When solvent cement welding in trenches, ensure that any
spillage of solvent cement or MEK is completely removed
immediately.
Thrust blocks
Thrust blocks are not required for solvent cement jointed
buried pipelines at changes of direction, terminations, changes
in pipe diameter or tees.
Thrust blocks may be required where elastomeric seal joints,
valves or other equipment is positioned in the pipeline and are
not independently supported.
Backflling and Tamping
Backflling and compaction of embedment material, overlay
and backfll shall be in accordance with AS 2566.
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ABS Installation
5
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 5-15
REPAIR OF DAMAGED PIPES
Above ground
For above ground repairs, the recommended method is to
remove the damaged section of pipe and replace with a new
section.
Sockets, fanges, socket unions, or shoulder style joints are all
suitable methods to rejoin the pipe. Metal couplings are also
suitable where pipe has adequate restraint against axial thrust.
Below ground
Where damage to the pipe is minimal (less than 25-30% of
circumference of pipe) a repair saddle may be used. These are
available from Eurapipe. A temporary repair may be quickly
prepared on site from a sectioned ABS socket with the centre
stop removed. A repair saddle properly ftted will restore the
pipe to its maximum rated working pressure.
Where the damage is more extensive, the damaged section of
pipe must be replaced. The joining method may be selected
from the following table.
REPAIR METHOD
METHOD SIZE AXIAL RESTRAINT
SLIP COUPLING DN225 - DN750 NO
SHOULDER
STYLE COUPLING
DN50 - DN450 NO
MECHANICAL
COUPLING
DN15 - DN750 NO
*Temporary restrain may be required
SOCKET LEAK
Socket Repair Clamp
Socket Repair Clamp provides a fast and economical means
of sealing leaks in socket- spigot joints. Advantages:
No loss of service because the socket repair clamp
can be installed under normal working pressure.
Corrosion resistant materials are used
Quick and easy installation, the rings are connected
by bolts. Tightening the bolts draws the two rings
towards eachother, compacting the rubber gasket
against the pipe spigot and face of the socket to form
a tight seal.
TEE OFF-TAKE LEAK
Flanged Off-Take Clamp
A fanged offtake clamp is designed to provide a fange
connection off a new or existing pipeline. This clamp is ideal
for tapping pipelines under pressure, or for repairing a leaking
branch of a tee on existing pipes. This can be achieved by
completely removing (cut fush with tee body) the branch and
ftting the offtake clamp over the tee body.
Material : 316 Stainless Steel Skin, Nitrrile Rubber Gasket,
316 Stainless Steel Fasteners
Certifcation : StandardsMark Lic No. QAS1785
PIPE LEAK
Stainless Steel Repair Clamp
A fast, permanent and economical repair to most damaged
pipes, with pinholes, cracks and full circumferential damage.
Clamp OD range means that clamp has multi-pipe repair
capabilities.
Material : 316 Stainless Steel Skin, Nitrile Rubber Gasket, 316
Stainless Steel Fasteners
Certifcation : StandardsMark Lic No. QAS1785
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Rubber ring coupling repair procedure
Preparation and removing the damaged section
Note: All dimensions in this section are for pipe DN 500. The
repair kits, which are available for all sizes, contain detailed
method and procedure. Please contact Eurapipe for other
sizes.
The length of the trench should be extended by 2 metres at
each end from where the damaged section is to be removed;
this is to allow suffcient pipe length for attaching the ABS RRJ
slip couplings and Thrust Restraint Collars (if needed).
Cut out the damaged section using the tungsten tipped circular
saw.
It will be necessary to remove a minimum pipe length of
1200 mm to effect the correct installation of the ABS RRJ slip
coupling.
Inspect the existing pipe for surface defects, which may affect
performance of the rubber rings. Ensure the pipe is free of any
dirt and debris and clean the surface using rags dampened
with water. Do not use the MEK cleaner.
The following chamfers need to be applied (approximate only):
-On the existing pipe, a chamfer of 15 x 15mm back
along the pipe.
-On the new section, a chamfer of 15 x 30mm back
along the pipe.
Measure the old section of pipe that has been removed and
cut the new section to be installed 100 mm shorter, this is to
ensure there is no interference of the new and existing pipe
sections and for ease of installation.
Positioning the new pipe section
Apply a thin flm of the RRJ lubricant to the inside surface of
the ABS RRJ slip coupling rings and to the outside surface of
each end of the replacement pipe for a distance of 400mm.
Fit ABS RRJ slip couplings to each end and using a
mechanical device (come-a-long etc) slide to the length of the
coupling, as shown on the drawing below, (a).
Position the new section of pipe in the trench, using the
marking pen place a witness mark 200mm back from the ends
of the existing pipe and apply lubricant to chamfer and pipe
ends.
Slide the slip-couplings over the existing pipe ends back to
these marks as shown on the drawing below, (b).
Important
If needed, a detailed procedure of installing Thrust Restraint
Collars is provided with the repair kit. The Thrust Restraint
Collars require a minimum curing time before recommissioning
the line. Contact Eurapipe for the recommended time required
for each application.
Repairs made with repair sockets or metal couplings may be
returned to service immediately.
Repairs made using shoulder ends may be returned to service
immediately for gravity lines, or after the recommended solvent
cement drying time for pressure lines.
After pressure testing, backfll excavation ensuring pipe is
suitably bedded and tamped.
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ABOVE GROUND PIPELINES
Eurapipe ABS pipe is particularly suitable for installation as an
above ground line. Typical examples are in tailings disposal or
de-water applications. Contact Eurapipe for information.
HYDROSTATIC PRESSURE TESTING
The test procedure outlined in AS2566 should be followed
where installations must be pressure tested. Alternatively, the
following procedure may be employed.
Note: Testing must not be carried out until the following times
have elapsed since completion of the last joint:
Sizes DN 10 DN200 48 hours
Sizes DN225 DN375 72 hours
Sizes DN400 DN750 96 hours
For hot and humid conditions the following curring times are
recommended:
Sizes DN 10 DN200 3 days
Sizes DN225 DN350 4 days
Sizes DN400 DN575 5 days
Sizes up to DN750 7 days
Similarly, allow adequate time for any concrete encased fx-
tures to cure, e.g. puddle fanges set in valve pit concrete walls
For large installations split the system into sections for
testing
Fill section with clean ambient temperature water
(20C is ideal). Do not pressurise.
Ensure no air is trapped in the system.
Inspect system for air leaks.
Allow the system to stand for one hour to allow tem-
perature to stabilise and equilibrium reached.
If there are no leaks remove any remaining air and
increase pressure to 300kPa. Leave at this pressure
for 15 minutes and inspect for leaks
If pressure remains constant, increase pressure to
recommended test pressure.
Once a pipe has been selected, then the pressure test
conditions and commissioning conditions need to be limited so
not to risk adversely affecting the expected 50 years design life
of the system i.e. these conditions are CONSEQUENCES of a
pipe selection and should not be considered a pipe selection
CRITERIA.
The AS2566:2002 specifes that the the hydrostatic test
pressure at any point in the pipeline shall be
(a) not less than the design pressure; and
(b) not more than 25% above the rated pressure of any
pipeline component.
Note: The design pressure includes the short-term surge
pressure (water hammer) as determined by analysis.
The test section shall then be allowed to stand under pressure
without make-up for at least 15min or for the time necessary to
inspect all joints in the completed section (12 h maximum).
MAXIMUM TEST PRESSURE ALLOWED
TEST
TEMPERATURE
PN rating
4.5 6 9 12 15
20C 5.7 7.5 11.3 15.0 18.8
25C 5.4 7.2 10.7 14.3 17.8
30C 5.1 6.8 10.1 13.5 16.9
35C 4.8 6.4 9.6 12.8 15.9
40C 4.5 6.0 9.0 12.0 15.0
Note: If extended times are required to achieve the test
pressure either leakage is occurring or there is air trapped in
the system. Inspect for leakage and if none apparent, reduce
the pressure and check for trapped air which must be removed
before the test can continue.
A second consequence of pipe pressure class selection is
limiting the duration of commissioning time. In any single
attempt the maximum period allowed is 24 hours if the system
pressure is at the maximum operating pressure.
Note: There can be subsequent or repeated commissioning
attempts as long as the pipe system has been stress relieved
(release pressure in the system) for a minimum of 24 hours
between prolonged high temperature - high pressure combina-
tion events.
CAUTION:Under no circumstances should pres-
sure tests be carried out using high pressure
gas. Water is the preferred pressurizing medium.
When testing above ground lines, the Poissons effect may
reduce the length of line. This may impose excessive loads on
bulk heads or equipment greater than the design.
It is recommended that fnal closures are made after the
hydrotest and in-service test.
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CONTENT
DURAFLO PIPES AND FITTINGS
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DURAFLO ABS PRESSURE
PIPE SERIES 1
CODE PAGE 6-4
PLAIN SOCKET
CODE 100 PAGE 6-7
STUB FLANGE
CODE 135 PAGE 6-8
FULL FACE FLANGE
CODE 129,130,317,322
PAGE 6-9
SHOULDER END
CODE 954 PAGE 6-10
SHOULDER STYLE COU-
PLING
CODE 953 PAGE 6-11
BLANK FLANGE STUB
STYLE
CODE 136 PAGE 6-12
BLANK FULL FACE FLANGE
CODE 131,326,313,325
PAGE 6-13
BLIND STEEL PLATE
CODE 731,732 PAGE 6-14
BLIND ABS LINER
CODE 721,722 PAGE 6-15
BACKING RING
CODE 415,416,425,413
PAGE 6-16-19
VALVE SUPPORT PLATE
CODE 465,460,470 PAGE
6-20
GASKET (FULL FACE STYLE)
CODE 409,410,426 PAGE
6-21
GASKET
(STUB FLANGE STYLE)
CODE 431 PAGE 6-22
ELBOW 90
O
CODE 115 PAGE 6-23
ELBOW 45
O
CODE 119 PAGE 6-24
FAUCET ELBOW 90
O
CODE 116 PAGE 6-25
MOULDED BEND 90
O
CODE 118 PAGE 6-26
BEND 90
O
R=1.2D (Sp-Sp)
CODE 305 PAGE 6-27
BEND 45 R=1.2D
CODE 304 PAGE 6-28
BEND 90 SHORT RADIUS
CODE 308 PAGE 6-29
BEND 45 SHORT RADIUS
CODE 312 PAGE 6-30
BEND 90 LONG RADIUS
CODE 309 PAGE 6-31
BEND 45 LONG RADIUS
CODE 310 PAGE 6-32
EQUAL TEE (So-SoxSo)
CODE 122 PAGE 6-33
REDUCING TEE SPIGOT
OFFTAKE (So-SoxSp)
CODE 120 PAGE 6-34
REDUCING TEE SOCKET
OFFTAKE (So-SoxSo)
CODE 122 PAGE 6-35
TEE THREADED OFF TAKE
(So-SoxTh)
CODE 121 PAGE 6-36
Y PIECE 45
CODE 128 PAGE 6-37
SADDLE STRIPS
CODE 146 PAGE 6-38
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TAPPING SADDLES
CODE 127 PAGE 6-39
REDUCING SOCKET
CODE 114 PAGE 6-40
REDUCING BUSH
CODE 109 PAGE 6-41
FAUCET SOCKET
CODE 101 PAGE 6-42
VALVE ADAPTOR
CODE 107 PAGE 6-43
VALVE SOCKET
CODE 151 PAGE 6-44
FAUCET ADAPTOR
CODE 153 PAGE 6-45
CAP
CODE 140 PAGE 6-46
THREADED PLUG
CODE 155 PAGE 6-47
SOCKET UNION
CODE 205 PAGE 6-48
SADDLE CLIP
CODE 455 PAGE 6-49
PIPE CLIP
CODE 434 PAGE 6-50
RUBBER EXPANSION JOINT
CODE 452 PAGE 6-51
ANCHOR SLEEVE
CODE 272 PAGE 6-52
ANCHOR FLANGE
CODE 137 PAGE 6-53
BALL CHECK VALVE SINGLE
UNION
CODE 836,838 PAGE 6-54
BALL VALVE DOUBLE
UNION
CODE 880,882 PAGE 6-55
ABS SOLVENT CEMENT
CODE 461 PAGE 6-56
MEK CLEANER/PRIMER
CODE 463 PAGE 6-56
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DURAFLO ABS PRESSURE PIPE SERIES 1
Size/Pressure Rating Type Compound
Classifcation
Product Code Pressure
(bar)
OD Mean
(mm)
Wall Mean
(mm)
ID Mean
(mm)
DN 15 S1 PN15 DURAFLO ABS120 R01.5150.015 15 21.4 2.1 17.2
DN 15 S1 PN20 DURAFLO ABS160 R11.5200.015 20 21.4 2.1 17.2
DN 20 S1 PN15 DURAFLO ABS120 R01.5150.020 15 26.8 2.6 21.5
DN 20 S1 PN18 DURAFLO ABS160 R11.5180.020 18 26.8 2.4 21.9
DN 25 S1 PN15 DURAFLO ABS120 R01.5150.025 15 33.6 3.3 27.0
DN 25 S1 PN18 DURAFLO ABS160 R11.5180.025 18 33.6 3.0 27.5
DN 32 S1 PN15 DURAFLO ABS120 R01.5150.032 15 42.3 4.1 34.0
DN 32 S1 PN15 DURAFLO ABS160 R11.5150.032 15 42.3 3.2 35.9
DN 40 S1 PN15 DURAFLO ABS120 R01.5150.040 15 48.3 4.7 38.9
DN 40 S1 PN15 DURAFLO ABS160 R11.5150.040 15 48.3 3.6 41.0
DN 50 S1 PN12 DURAFLO ABS160 R11.5120.050 12 60.4 3.7 53.0
DN 50 S1 PN15 DURAFLO ABS160 R11.5150.050 15 60.4 4.5 51.3
DN 65 S1 PN12 DURAFLO ABS160 R11.5120.065 12 75.4 4.5 66.4
DN 65 S1 PN15 DURAFLO ABS160 R11.5150.065 15 75.4 5.7 64.0
DN 80 S1 PN 9 DURAFLO ABS160 R11.5090.080 9 88.9 4.1 80.7
DN 80 S1 PN12 DURAFLO ABS160 R11.5120.080 12 88.9 5.4 78.2
DN 80 S1 PN15 DURAFLO ABS160 R11.5150.080 15 88.9 6.6 75.7
DN 100 S1 PN 9 DURAFLO ABS160 R11.5090.100 9 114.3 5.3 103.8
DN 100 S1 PN12 DURAFLO ABS160 R11.5120.100 12 114.3 6.8 100.7
DN 100 S1 PN15 DURAFLO ABS160 R11.5150.100 15 114.3 8.5 97.4
DN 125 S1 PN 9 DURAFLO ABS160 R11.5090.125 9 140.2 6.4 127.3
DN 125 S1 PN 12 DURAFLO ABS160 R11.5120.125 12 140.2 8.4 123.4
DN 125 S1 PN 15 DURAFLO ABS160 R11.5150.125 15 140.2 10.4 119.4
DN 150 S1 PN 9 DURAFLO ABS160 R11.5090.150 9 168.3 7.7 152.9
DN 150 S1 PN12 DURAFLO ABS160 R11.5120.150 12 168.3 10.1 148.1
DN 150 S1 PN15 DURAFLO ABS160 R11.5150.150 15 168.3 12.4 143.4
DN 200 S1 PN 6 DURAFLO ABS160 R11.5060.225 6 225.3 7.1 211.3
DN 200 S1 PN 9 DURAFLO ABS160 R11.5090.225 9 225.3 10.3 204.7
DN 200 S1 PN12 DURAFLO ABS160 R11.5120.225 12 225.3 13.4 198.4
DN 225 S1 PN 6 DURAFLO ABS160 R11.5060.250 6 250.4 7.8 234.8
DN 225 S1 PN 9 DURAFLO ABS160 R11.5090.250 9 250.4 11.4 227.5
DN 225 S1 PN12 DURAFLO ABS160 R11.5120.250 12 250.4 14.9 220.5
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All values quoted are subject to manufacturing tolerances. Standard pipe length supplied 5.8m. Other lengths and pressure ratings are available
upon request.
Pipe is supplied plain ended.
DURAFLO ABS PRESSURE PIPE SERIES 1
Size/Pressure Rating Type Product Code Pressure
(bar)
OD Mean
(mm)
Wall Mean
(mm)
ID Mean
(mm)
DN 300 S1 PN 6 DURAFLO ABS160 R11.5060.315 6 315.5 9.7 296.0
DN 300 S1 PN 9 DURAFLO ABS160 R11.5090.315 9 315.5 14.4 286.7
DN 300 S1 PN12 DURAFLO ABS160 R11.5120.315 12 315.5 18.8 277.9
DN 350 S1 PN 6 DURAFLO ABS160 R11.5060.355 6 355.5 11.0 333.6
DN 350 S1 PN 9 DURAFLO ABS160 R11.5090.355 9 355.5 16.2 323.2
DN 350 S1 PN12 DURAFLO ABS160 R11.5120.355 12 355.5 21.2 313.2
DN 375 S1 PN 6 DURAFLO ABS160 R11.5060.400 6 400.5 12.3 375.8
DN 375 S1 PN 9 DURAFLO ABS160 R11.5090.400 9 400.5 18.2 364.1
DN 375 S1 PN12 DURAFLO ABS160 R11.5120.400 12 400.5 23.8 352.8
DN 400 S1 PN 6 DURAFLO ABS160 R11.5060.450 6 450.5 13.9 422.7
DN 400 S1 PN 9 DURAFLO ABS160 R11.5090.450 9 450.5 20.5 409.6
DN 400 S1 PN12 DURAFLO ABS160 R11.5120.450 12 450.5 26.8 396.9
DN 450 S1 PN 6 DURAFLO ABS160 R11.5060.500 6 500.5 15.4 469.7
DN 450 S1 PN 9 DURAFLO ABS160 R11.5090.500 9 500.5 22.7 456.0
DN 450 S1 PN12 DURAFLO ABS160 R11.5120.500 12 500.5 29.8 441.0
DN 500 S1 PN 6 DURAFLO ABS160 R11.5060.560 6 560.5 17.2 526.0
DN 500 S1 PN 9 DURAFLO ABS160 R11.5090.560 9 560.5 25.4 509.6
DN 500 S1 PN12 DURAFLO ABS160 R11.5120.560 12 560.5 33.3 493.9
DN 575 S1 PN 6 DURAFLO ABS160 R11.5060.630 6 630.6 19.4 591.8
DN 575 S1 PN 9 DURAFLO ABS160 R11.5090.630 9 630.6 28.6 573.4
DN 575 S1 PN12 DURAFLO ABS160 R11.5120.630 12 630.6 37.5 555.7
DN 650 S1 PN 6 DURAFLO ABS160 R11.5060.710 6 710.7 21.8 667.0
DN 650 S1 PN 9 DURAFLO ABS160 R11.5090.710 9 710.7 32.2 646.2
DN 750 S2 PN 6 DURAFLO ABS160 R11.5060.826 6 825.6 25.3 774.9
DN 750 S2 PN 9 DURAFLO ABS160 R11.5090.826 9 825.6 37.4 750.8
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PLAIN SOCKET
SIZE CODE ID A B Z PN
(mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) RATING
DN 15 S1 R 01.100.015 21 27 43 9 15
DN 20 S1 R 01.100.020 27 33 47 7 15
DN 25 S1 R 01.100.025 34 41 53 7 15
DN 32 S1 R 01.100.032 42 52 61 7 15
DN 40 S1 R 01.100.040 48 59 65 5 15
DN 50 S1 R 01.100.050 60 74 77 5 15
DN 65 S1 R 01.100.065 75 93 91 3 15
DN 80 S1 R 01.100.080 89 110 112 10 15
DN 100 S1 R 01.100.100 114 141 138 10 15
DN 125 S1 R 01.100.125 140 168 165 12 15
DN 150 S1 R 01.100.150 168 204 192 12 15
DN 200 S1 R 11.100.225 225 250 246 8 12
DN 225 S1 R 11.100.250 250 280 271 9 12
DN 300 S1 R 11.100.315 315 355 337 9 12
DN 350 S1 R 11.100.355 355 400 377 9 12
DN 375 S1 R 11.100.400 400 450 423 11 12
DN 400 S1 R 11.100.450 450 500 476 14 12
DN 450 S1 R 11.100.500 500 560 527 15 12
DN 500 S1 R 11.100.560 560 665 555 15 12
DN 575 S1 R 11.100.630 630 708 590 20 12
DN 650 S1 R 11.100.710 710 808 630 20 9
DN 750 S2 R 11.100.826 826 922 675 15 9
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STUB FLANGE
SIZE CODE ID A B C D Z D* A* PN
(mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) RATING
DN 50 S1 R01.***.050 60 96 40 14 74 3 74 96 15
DN 65 S1 R01.***.065 75 106 47 10 90 3 90 106 15
DN 80 S1 R01.***.080 89 127 57 18 108 5 108 127 15
DN 100 S1 R01.***.100 114 159 70 20 134 5 134 156 15
DN 125 S1 R01.***.125 140 187 84 12 163 5 163 181 15
DN 150 S1 R01.***.150 168 214 100 24 192 8 192 214 15
DN 200 S1 R11.***.225 225 270 144 35 250 25 247 267 12
DN 225 S1 R11.***.250 250 334 191 70 305 60 301 330 12
DN 300 S1 R11.***.315 315 376 224 70 362 60 350 374 12
DN 350 S1 R11.***.355 355 440 244 70 415 60 395 420 12
DN 375 S1 R11.***.400 400 488 306 110 450 100 440 483 12
DN 400 S1 R11.***.450 450 548 331 110 506 100 492 538 12
DN 450 S1 R11.***.500 500 613 356 110 561 100 544 593 12
DN 500 S1 R11.***.560 560 665 282 50 615 12 598 647 12
DN 575 S1 R11.***.630 630 708 340 65 671 55 12
DN 650 S1 R11.***.710 710 808 325 70 770 20 9
DN 750 S2 R11.***.826 826 922 350 75 896 20 9
*CODE 134 - TO SUIT BACKING RING DRILLED TO JIS10K
CODE 135 - TO SUIT ALL OTHER DRILLINGS
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FULL FACE FLANGE UNDRILLED
SIZE CODE ID A B C D Z D* PN
(mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) RATING
DN 15 S1 R01.129.015 21 95 23 10 30 3 30 15
DN 20 S1 R01.129.020 27 100 25 10 35 3 35 15
DN 25 S1 R01.129.025 34 115 28 10 43 3 43 15
DN 32 S1 R01.129.032 42 140 32 10 52 3 52 15
DN 40 S1 R01.129.040 48 150 34 10 62 3 62 15
DN 50 S1 R01.129.050 60 165 40 10 74 3 74 15
DN 80 S1 R01.129.080 89 200 57 12 108 5 108 15
DN 100 S1 R01.129.100 114 220 70 17 134 5 134 15
DN 150 S1 R01.129.150 168 285 100 22 192 8 192 15
CODE 130 - DRILLED TABLE E AS 2129:2000.
CODE 317 - DRILLED TABLE D AS 2129:2000.
CODE 322 - DRILLED ANSI 150
*CODE 329 - DRILLED JIS10K
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SHOULDER END
SIZE CODE ID A B Z PN
(mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) RATING
DN 50 S1 R01.954.050 60 74 70 33 15
DN 80 S1 R01.954.080 89 104 90 39 15
DN 100 S1 R01.954.100 114 141 108 45 15
DN 150 S1 R01.954.150 168 208 140 50 15
DN 200 S1 R11.954.225 225 269 170 51 12
DN 225 S1 R11.954.250 250 310 207 76 12
DN 300 S1 R11.954.315 315 355 245 81 12
DN 350 S1 R11.954.355 355 387 273 89 9
DN 375 S1 R11.954.400 400 450 307 101 9
DN 400 S1 R11.954.450 450 500 337 106 9
DN 450 S1 R11.954.500 500 560 367 111 9
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SHOULDER STYLE COUPLING
TO SUIT PIPE CODE A B Z
SIZE (mm) (mm) (mm)
DN 50 S1 R03.953.050 140 98 44
DN 80 S1 R03.953.080 175 131 46
DN 100 S1 R03.953.100 205 162 50
DN 150 S1 R03.953.150 275 214 52
DN 200 S1 R13.953.225
DN 225 S1 R13.953.250 410 348 69
DN 300 S1 R13.953.315 489 395 69
DN 350 S1 R13.953.355 555 448 76
DN 375 S1 R13.953.400 568 482 73
DN 400 S1 R13.953.450 619 539 79
DN 450 S1 R13.953.500 698 597 76
MATERIAL -
CASING - GALVANIZED IRON
GASKET - EDPM
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BLANK FLANGE STUB STYLE
SIZE CODE A B
(mm) (mm)
DN 200 S1 R11.136.225 270 25
DN 225 S1 R11.136.250 334 34
DN 300 S1 R11.136.315 376 40
FOR LARGER SIZES STEEL PLATES ARE RECOMMENDED
6
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-12
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
6
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-13
BLANK FULL FACE FLANGE UNDRILLED
SIZE CODE A B
(mm) (mm)
DN 15 S1 R01.131.015 95 13
DN 20 S1 R01.131.020 100 13
DN 25 S1 R01.131.025 115 13
DN 32 S1 R01.131.032 140 13
DN 40 S1 R01.131.040 150 13
DN 50 S1 R01.131.050 165 13
DN 80 S1 R01.131.080 200 19
DN 100 S1 R01.131.100 220 19
DN 150 S1 R01.131.150 285 25
CODE 326 - DRILLED TABLE D / AS 2129:2000.
CODE 313 - DRILLED TABLE E / AS 2129:2000.
CODE 325 - DRILLED ANSI 150
CODE 332 - DRILLED JIS10K
6
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-14
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
6
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-15
BLIND STEEL PLATE
SIZE CODE A B
(mm) (mm)
TABLE D* TABLE E*
DN 50 S1 R03.***.050 150 8 10
DN 65 S1 R03.***.065 165 8 10
DN 80 S1 R03.***.080 185 10 11
DN 100 S1 R03.***.100 215 10 12
DN 125 S1 R03.***.125 255 13 14
DN 150 S1 R03.***.150 280 13 17
DN 200 S1 R13.***.225 335 13 19
DN 225 S1 R13.***.250 405 16 22
DN 300 S1 R13.***.315 455 19 25
DN 350 S1 R13.***.355 525 22 29
DN 375 S1 R13.***.400 580 22 32
DN 400 S1 R13.***.450 640 25 35
DN 450 S1 R13.***.500 705 29 38
DN 500 S1 R13.***.560 760 29 44
DN 575 S1 R13. ***.630 825 32 48
DN 650 S1 R13.***.710 910 35 51
DN 750 S2 R13.***.826 1060 41 54
STANDARD MATERIAL - HOT DIPPED GALVANISED MILD STEEL TO AS/NZS 4680:1999.
CODE 732 - DRILLED TABLE D / AS 2129:2000.
CODE 731 - DRILLED TABLE E / AS 2129:2000.
OTHER DRILLINGS AVAILABLE ON REQUEST
* SEE NOTES AND DRILLING DETAILS ON PAGES 6-16 AND 6-17
6
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-14
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
6
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-15
BLIND ABS LINER
TABLE D/E*
TO SUIT PIPE CODE A B
SIZE (mm) (mm)
DN 50 S1 R01.***.050 150 3
DN 65 S1 R01.***.065 165 3
DN 80 S1 R01.***.080 185 3
DN 100 S1 R01.***.100 215 3
DN 125 S1 R01.***.125 255 3
DN 150 S1 R01.***.150 280 3
DN 200 S1 R11.***.225 335 3
DN 225 S1 R11.***.250 405 3
DN 300 S1 R11.***.315 455 3
DN 350 S1 R11.***.355 525 3
DN 375 S1 R11.***.400 580 3
DN 400 S1 R11.***.450 640 3
DN 450 S1 R11.***.500 705 3
DN 500 S1 R11.***.560 760 3
DN 575 S1 R11.***.630 825 3
DN 650 S1 R11.***.710 910 3
DN 750 S2 R11.***.826 1060 3
STANDARD MATERIAL - ABS WHITE SHEET.
CODE 722 - DRILLED TABLE D / AS 2129:2000.
CODE 721 - DRILLED TABLE E / AS 2129:2000.
OTHER DRILLINGS AVAILABLE ON REQUEST
* SEE NOTES AND DRILLING DETAILS ON PAGES 6-16 AND 6-17
6
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-16
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
6
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-17
BACKING RING TABLE D
TABLE D AS 2129:2000
TO SUIT PIPE CODE ID A B DN PCD NO OF HOLE
SIZE (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) HOLES (mm)
DN 15 S1 R03.415.015 34 95 6 15 67 4 14
DN 20 S1 R03.415.020 40 100 6 20 73 4 14
DN 25 S1 R03.415.025 48 115 6 25 83 4 14
DN 32 S1 R03.415.032 58 120 6 32 87 4 14
DN 40 S1 R03.415.040 64 135 6 40 98 4 14
DN 50 S1 R03.415.050 79 150 8 50 114 4 18
DN 65 S1 R03.415.065 92 165 8 65 127 4 18
DN 80 S1 R03.415.080 112 185 8 80 146 4 18
DN 100 S1 R03.415.100 139 215 8 100 178 4 18
DN 125 S1 R03.415.125 167 255 10 125 210 8 18
DN 150 S1 R03.415.150 196 280 10 150 235 8 18
DN 200 S1 R13.415.225 258 335 10 200 292 8 18
DN 225 S1 R13.415.250 310 405 20 250 356 8 22
DN 300 S1 R13.415.315 366 455 20 300 406 12 22
DN 350 S1 R13.415.355 420 525 20 350 470 12 26
*DN 375 S1 R13.415.400 454 580 20 *400 521 12 26
*DN 400 S1 R13.415.450 510 640 25 *450 584 12 26
*DN 450 S1 R13.415.500 565 705 30 *500 641 16 26
*DN 500 S1 R13.415.560 621 760 30 *550 699 16 30
*DN 575 S1 R13.415.630 675 825 32 *600 756 16 30
*DN 650 S1 R13.415.710 775 910 35 *700 845 20 30
*DN 750 S2 R13.415.826 902 1060 41 *800 984 20 36
STANDARD MATERIAL - HOT DIPPED GALVANISED MILD STEEL TO AS/NZS 4680:1999.
AVAILABLE IN STAINLESS STEEL ON REQUEST - CODE 422
OTHER DRILLINGS AVAILABLE ON REQUEST
*WHEN CONNECTING ABS SYSTEMS TO OTHER SYSTEMS PLEASE NOTE VARIATION BETWEEN ABS SYSTEM DN DESIGNATION AND AS 2129
DN DESIGNATION
6
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-16
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
6
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-17
BACKING RING TABLE E
TABLE E AS 2129:2000
TO SUIT PIPE CODE ID A B DN PCD NO OF HOLE
SIZE (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) HOLES (mm)
DN 15 S1 R03.416.015 34 95 6 15 67 4 14
DN 20 S1 R03.416.020 40 100 6 20 73 4 14
DN 25 S1 R03.416.025 48 115 6 25 83 4 14
DN 32 S1 R03.416.032 58 120 6 32 87 4 14
DN 40 S1 R03.416.040 64 135 6 40 98 4 14
DN 50 S1 R03.416.050 79 150 8 50 114 4 18
DN 65 S1 R03.416.065 92 165 8 65 127 4 18
DN 80 S1 R03.416.080 112 185 8 80 146 4 18
DN 100 S1 R03.416.100 139 215 8 100 178 8 18
DN 125 S1 R03.416.125 167 255 10 125 210 8 18
DN 150 S1 R03.416.150 196 280 10 150 235 8 22
DN 200 S1 R13.416.225 258 335 10 200 292 8 22
DN 225 S1 R13.416.250 310 405 20 250 356 12 22
DN 300 S1 R13.416.315 366 455 20 300 406 12 26
DN 350 S1 R13.416.355 420 525 20 350 470 12 26
*DN 375 S1 R13.416.400 454 580 20 *400 521 12 26
*DN 400 S1 R13.416.450 510 640 25 *450 584 16 26
*DN 450 S1 R13.416.500 565 705 30 *500 641 16 26
*DN 500 S1 R13.416.560 621 760 30 *550 699 16 30
*DN 575 S1 R13.416.630 675 825 32 *600 756 16 33
*DN 650 S1 R13.416.710 775 910 35 *700 845 20 33
*DN 750 S2 R13.416.826 902 1060 41 *800 984 20 36
STANDARD MATERIAL - HOT DIPPED GALVANISED MILD STEEL TO AS/NZS 4680:1999.
AVAILABLE IN STAINLESS STEEL ON REQUEST - CODE 420
OTHER DRILLINGS AVAILABLE ON REQUEST
*WHEN CONNECTING ABS SYSTEMS TO OTHER SYSTEMS PLEASE NOTE VARIATION BETWEEN ABS SYSTEM DN DESIGNATION AND AS 2129
DN DESIGNATION
6
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-18
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
6
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-19
BACKING RING ANSI150
ANSI 150
TO SUIT PIPE CODE ID A B DN PCD NO OF HOLE
SIZE (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) HOLES (mm)
DN 15 S1 R03.425.015 34 95 6 15 60 4 15
DN 20 S1 R03.425.020 40 100 6 20 70 4 15
DN 25 S1 R03.425.025 48 115 6 25 79 4 15
DN 32 S1 R03.425.032 58 120 6 32 89 4 15
DN 40 S1 R03.425.040 64 135 6 40 98 4 15
DN 50 S1 R03.425.050 79 157 8 50 121 4 18
DN 65 S1 R03.425.065 92 178 8 65 140 4 18
DN 80 S1 R03.425.080 112 191 8 80 152 4 18
DN 100 S1 R03.425.100 139 228 8 100 191 8 18
DN 125 S1 R03.425.125 167 255 10 125 216 8 21
DN 150 S1 R03.425.150 196 290 10 150 241 8 21
DN 200 S1 R13.425.225 258 335 10 200 298 8 21
DN 225 S1 R13.425.250 310 410 20 250 362 12 25
DN 300 S1 R13.425.315 366 480 20 300 432 12 25
DN 350 S1 R13.425.355 420 535 20 350 476 12 28
DN 375 S1 R13.425.400 454 600 20 400 540 16 30
STANDARD MATERIAL - HOT DIPPED GALVANISED MILD STEEL TO AS/NZS 4680:1999.
AVAILABLE IN STAINLESS STEEL ON REQUEST - CODE 430
OTHER DRILLINGS AVAILABLE ON REQUEST
6
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-18
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
6
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-19
BACKING RING JIS10K
JIS 10K
TO SUIT PIPE CODE ID A B DN PCD NO OF HOLE
SIZE (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) HOLES (mm)
DN 15 S1 R03.413.015 34 95 6 15 70 4 14
DN 20 S1 R03.413.020 40 100 6 20 75 4 14
DN 25 S1 R03.413.025 48 125 6 25 90 4 18
DN 32 S1 R03.413.032 58 135 6 32 100 4 18
DN 40 S1 R03.413.040 64 140 6 40 105 4 18
DN 50 S1 R03.413.050 79 155 8 50 120 4 18
DN 65 S1 R03.413.065 92 175 8 65 140 4 18
DN 80 S1 R03.413.080 112 185 8 80 150 8 18
DN 100 S1 R03.413.100 139 210 8 100 175 8 18
DN 125 S1 R03.413.125 167 250 10 125 210 8 22
DN 150 S1 R03.413.150 196 280 10 150 240 8 22
DN 200 S1 R13.413.225 258 330 10 200 290 12 22
DN 225 S1 R13.413.250 310 400 20 250 355 12 24
DN 300 S1 R13.413.315 366 445 20 300 400 16 24
DN 350 S1 R13.413.355 420 490 20 350 445 16 24
*DN 375 S1 R13.413.400 454 560 20 *400 510 16 26
*DN 400 S1 R13.413.450 510 620 25 *450 565 20 26
*DN 450 S1 R13.413.500 565 675 30 *500 620 20 26
*DN 500 S1 R13.413.560 621 745 30 *550 680 20 32
STANDARD MATERIAL - HOT DIPPED GALVANISED MILD STEEL TO AS/NZS 4680:1999.
AVAILABLE IN STAINLESS STEEL ON REQUEST - CODE 445
OTHER DRILLINGS AVAILABLE ON REQUEST
*WHEN CONNECTING ABS SYSTEMS TO OTHER SYSTEMS PLEASE NOTE VARIATION BETWEEN ABS SYSTEM DN DESIGNATION AND JIS 10K
DN DESIGNATION
6
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-20
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
6
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-21
VALVE SUPPORT PLATE
TO SUIT PIPE CODE A B C D E F
SIZE (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm)
DN 15 S1 R03.***.015 95 86 51 14 16 8
DN 20 S1 R03.***.020 100 89 76 14 16 8
DN 25 S1 R03.***.025 115 95 76 14 16 8
DN 32 S1 R03.***.032 120 99 76 14 16 8
DN 40 S1 R03.***.040 135 105 76 14 16 8
DN 50 S1 R03.***.050 150 127 102 14 22 8
DN 65 S1 R03.***.065 165 143 115 14 22 8
DN 80 S1 R03.***.080 185 143 126 14 22 8
DN 100 S1 R03.***.100 215 159 152 14 22 8
DN 125 S1 R03.***.125 255 185 190 14 30 10
DN 150 S1 R03.***.150 280 216 230 18 33 10
DN 200 S1 R13.***.225 335 248 280 18 33 10
DN 225 S1 R13.***.250 405 298 340 22 40 12
DN 300 S1 R13.***.315 455 348 390 22 40 12
STANDARD MATERIAL - HOT DIPPED GALVANISED MILD STEEL TO AS/NZS 4680
CODE 465 - DRILLED TABLE D / AS 2129:2000.
CODE 460 - DRILLED TABLE E / AS 2129:2000.
CODE 470 - DRILLED TO ANSI 150
OTHER DRILLINGS AVAILABLE ON REQUEST
AVAILABLE IN STAINLESS STEEL ON REQUEST.
6
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-20
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
6
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-21
GASKET (FULL FACE STYLE)
SIZE CODE ID A B
(mm) (mm) (mm)
DN 15 S1 R04.***.015 22 95 3
DN 20 S1 R04.***.020 28 100 3
DN 25 S1 R04.***.025 35 115 3
DN 32 S1 R04.***.032 43 120 3
DN 40 S1 R04.***.040 49 135 3
DN 50 S1 R04.***.050 61 150 3
DN 80 S1 R04.***.080 90 185 3
DN 100 S1 R04.***.100 115 215 3
DN 150 S1 R04.***.150 169 280 3
DN 200 S1 R14.***.225 226 335 8
DN 225 S1 R14.***.250 251 405 8
DN 300 S1 R14.***.315 316 455 8
DN 350 S1 R14.***.355 356 535 8
DN 375 S1 R14.***.400 401 580 8
DN 400 S1 R14.***.450 451 640 8
DN 450 S1 R14.***.500 501 705 8
DN 500 S1 R14.***.560 561 760 8
DN 575 S1 R14.***.630 631 825 8
DN 650 S1 R14.***.710 711 910 8
DN 750 S2 R14.***.826 827 1060 8
STANDARD MATERIAL - EDPM. OTHER MATERIALS ARE AVAILABLE ON REQUEST
CODE 409 - DRILLED TABLE D* / AS 2129:2000.
CODE 410 - DRILLED TABLE E* / AS 2129:2000.
CODE 426 - DRILLED TO ANSI 150*
OTHER DRILLINGS AVAILABLE ON REQUEST
*SEE NOTES AND DRILLING DETAILS ON PAGES 6-16, 6-17 AND 6-18
6
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-22
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
6
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-23
GASKET (STUB FLANGE STYLE)
SIZE CODE ID A B
(mm) (mm) (mm)
DN 50 S1 R04.431.050 61 97 3
DN 65 S1 R04.431.065 76 105 3
DN 80 S1 R04.431.080 90 129 3
DN 100 S1 R04.431.100 115 161 3
DN 125 S1 R04.431.125 141 187 3
DN 150 S1 R04.431.150 169 214 3
6
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-22
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
6
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-23
ELBOW 90
SIZE CODE ID B Z PN
(mm) (mm) (mm) RATING
DN 15 S1 R01.115.015 21 31 11 15
DN 20 S1 R01.115.020 27 36 14 15
DN 25 S1 R01.115.025 34 43 18 15
DN 32 S1 R01.115.032 42 51 22 15
DN 40 S1 R01.115.040 48 56 25 15
DN 50 S1 R01.115.050 60 69 32 15
DN 65 S1 R01.115.065 75 83 39 15
DN 80 S1 R01.115.080 89 102 50 15
DN 100 S1 R01.115.100 114 147 71 15
DN 125 S1 R01.115.125 140 180 96 15
DN 150 S1 R01.115.150 168 180 88 15
DN 200 S1 R11.115.225 225 235 116 12
DN 225 S1 R11.115.250 250 258 127 12
DN 300 S1 R11.115.315 315 322 158 12
DN 350 S1 R11.115.355 355 507 323 9
DN 375 S1 R11.115.400 400 507 300 9
COMPLIES WITH AS/NZS 3518:2004
ELBOW DN350 IS MANUFACTURED FROM ELBOW DN375 FITTED WITH DN375-DN350 REDUCING
BUSHES
FOR DN200 AND ABOVE, ELBOWS WITH HIGHER PRESSURE RATINGS ARE AVAILABLE.
THEY ARE MANUFACTURED FROM ABS LAYERED WITH GLASS REINFORCED EPOXY AND ARE
DESIGNED AND MANUFACTURED IN ACCORDANCE TO EURAPIPE INTERNAL QUALITY AND MANUFAC-
TURING PROCEDURES AND SPECIFICATIONS AND TYPE TESTED AT 3.2 TIMES THE DESIGN PRESSURE.
6
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-24
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
6
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-25
ELBOW 45
SIZE CODE ID B Z PN
(mm) (mm) (mm) RATING
DN 15 S1 R01.119.015 21 27 7 15
DN 20 S1 R01.119.020 27 30 8 15
DN 25 S1 R01.119.025 34 35 10 15
DN 32 S1 R01.119.032 42 42 13 15
DN 40 S1 R01.119.040 48 45 14 15
DN 50 S1 R01.119.050 60 54 17 15
DN 65 S1 R01.119.065 75 61 17 15
DN 80 S1 R01.119.080 89 74 21 15
DN 100 S1 R01.119.100 114 94 28 15
DN 125 S1 R01.119.125 140 107 31 15
DN 150 S1 R01.119.150 168 132 40 15
DN 200 S1 R11.119.225 225 171 52 12
DN 225 S1 R11.119.250 250 190 58 12
DN 300 S1 R11.119.315 315 232 68 12
DN 350 S1 R11.119.355 355 294 110 9
DN 375 S1 R11.119.400 400 294 87 9
COMPLIES WITH AS/NZS 3518:2004
ELBOW DN350 IS MANUFACTURED FROM ELBOW DN375 FITTED WITH DN375-DN350 REDUCING
BUSHES
FOR DN200 AND ABOVE, ELBOWS WITH HIGHER PRESSURE RATINGS ARE AVAILABLE.
THEY ARE MANUFACTURED FROM ABS LAYERED WITH GLASS REINFORCED EPOXY AND ARE
DESIGNED AND MANUFACTURED IN ACCORDANCE TO EURAPIPE INTERNAL QUALITY AND MANUFAC-
TURING PROCEDURES AND SPECIFICATIONS AND TYPE TESTED AT 3.2 TIMES THE DESIGN PRESSURE.
6
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-24
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
6
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-25
FAUCET ELBOW 90
SIZE SIZE CODE A B C D ID Z PN
SW SOCKET THREADED (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) RATING
DN 15 S1 1/2 BSP R01.116.015 29 29 31 18 21 11 15
DN 20 S1 3/4 BSP R01.116.020 35 35 36 21 27 14 15
DN 25 S1 1 BSP R01.116.025 44 42 43 24 34 18 15
DN 20 S1 1/2 BSP R01.116.020015 35 32 36 18 27 14 15
COMPLIES WITH AS/NZS 3518:2004
6
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-26
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
6
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-27
MOULDED BEND 90
SIZE CODE ID A B C L PN
(mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) RATING
DN 15 S1 R01.118.015 21 29 40 58 20 15
DN 20 S1 R01.118.020 27 35 50 71 22 15
DN 25 S1 R01.118.025 34 43 64 88 25 15
DN 32 S1 R01.118.032 42 54 80 109 29 15
DN 40 S1 R01.118.040 48 64 100 131 31 15
DN 50 S1 R01.118.050 60 76 126 163 37 15
DN 65 S1 R01.118.065 75 93 150 195 44 15
DN 80 S1 R01.118.080 89 113 180 231 53 15
DN 100 S1 R01.118.100 114 137 220 284 65 15
COMPLIES WITH AS/NZS 3518:2004
6
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-26
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
6
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-27
BEND 90 R=1.2D
(So- So)
SIZE CODE A B PN
(mm) min(mm) RATING
DN 400 S1 PN 9 R11.305090.450 1142 1387 9
DN 450 S1 PN 9 R11.305090.500 1235 1506 9
DN 500 S1 PN 9 R11.305090.560 1272 1557 9
DN 575 S1 PN 9 R11.305090.630 1426 1731 9
DN 650 S1 PN 9 R11.305090.710 1593 1918 9
DN 750 S2 PN 9 R11.305090.826 1752 2097 9
A=MINIMUM LEG LENGTH
MANUFACTURING TOLERANCES APPLY
OTHER ANGLES ARE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST
THE FOLLOWING ADDITIONAL BEND PRESSURE RATINGS ARE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST:
CODE 305045 PN 4.5
CODE 305060 PN 6
CODE 305120 PN 12
THE BENDS ARE MANUFACTURED FROM ABS LAYERED WITH GLASS REINFORCED EPOXY.
THEY ARE DESIGNED AND MANUFACTURED IN ACCORDANCE TO EURAPIPE INTERNAL
QUALITY AND MANUFACTURING PROCEDURES AND SPECIFICATIONS AND TYPE TESTED AT
3.2 TIMES THE DESIGN PRESSURE.
6
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-28
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
6
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-29
BEND 45 R=1.2D
(So- So)
SIZE CODE A B PN
(mm) min(mm) RATING
DN 400 S1 PN 9 R11.304090.450 878 1123 9
DN 450 S1 PN 9 R11.304090.500 969 1241 9
DN 500 S1 PN 9 R11.304090.560 1134 1419 9
DN 575 S1 PN 9 R11.304120.630 1153 1458 9
DN 650 S1 PN 9 R11.304090.710 1429 1754 9
DN 750 S2 PN 9 R11.304090.826 1396 1741 9
A=MINIMUM LEG LENGTH
MANUFACTURING TOLERANCES APPLY
OTHER ANGLES ARE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST
THE FOLLOWING ADDITIONAL BEND PRESSURE RATINGS ARE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST:
CODE 304045 PN 4.5
CODE 304060 PN 6
CODE 304120 PN 12
THE BENDS ARE MANUFACTURED FROM ABS LAYERED WITH GLASS REINFOCED EPOXY.
THEY ARE DESIGNED AND MANUFACTURED IN ACCORDANCE TO EURAPIPE INTERNAL
QUALITY AND MANUFACTURING PROCEDURES AND SPECIFICATIONS AND TYPE TESTED AT
3.2 TIMES THE DESIGN PRESSURE.
6
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-28
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
6
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-29
BEND 90 SHORT RADIUS
(Sp- Sp)
SIZE CODE A B PN
(mm) min(mm) RATING
DN 50 S1 PN 15 R01.308150.050 208 251 15
DN 65 S1 PN 15 R01.308150.065 252 288 15
DN 80 S1 PN 15 R01.308150.080 295 327 15
DN 100 S1 PN 15 R01.308150.100 371 416 15
DN 125 S1 PN 15 R01.308150.125 447 503 15
DN 150 S1 PN 15 R01.308150.150 532 604 15
DN 200 S1 PN 9 R11.308090.225 800 947 9
DN 225 S1 PN 9 R11.308090.250 887 960 9
DN 300 S1 PN 9 R11.308090.315 1115 1215 9
DN 350 S1 PN 9 R11.308090.355 1255 1355 9
DN 375 S1 PN 9 R11.308090.400 1411 1511 9
DN 400 S1 PN 9 R11.308090.450 1586 1686 9
*DN 450 S1 PN 9 R11.308090.500 2019 2290 9
A=MINIMUM LEG LENGTH
MANUFACTURING TOLERANCES APPLY
OTHER ANGLES ARE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST
THE FOLLOWING ADDITIONAL BEND PRESSURE RATINGS ARE
AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST:
ALL SIZES CODE 308045
ALL SIZES CODE 308060
DN50 TO DN150 CODE 308120
* DN450 BENDS ARE MANUFACTURED FROM ABS LAYERED WITH GLASS REINFOCED
EPOXY AND ARE SUPPLYED COMPLETE WITH SOCKETS AT BOTH ENDS. THEY ARE
DESIGNED AND MANUFACTURED IN ACCORDANCE TO EURAPIPE INTERNAL QUALITY AND
MANUFACTURING PROCEDURES AND SPECIFICATIONS AND TYPE TESTED AT 3.2 TIMES
THE DESIGN PRESSURE.
COMPLIES WITH AS/NZS 3518:2004
6
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-30
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
6
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-31
BEND 45 SHORT RADIUS
(Sp- Sp)
SIZE CODE A B PN
(mm) min(mm) RATING
DN 50 S1 PN 15 R01.312150.050 119 212 15
DN 65 S1 PN 15 R01.312150.065 142 254 15
DN 80 S1 PN 15 R01.312150.080 165 267 15
DN 100 S1 PN 15 R01.312150.100 203 318 15
DN 125 S1 PN 15 R01.312150.125 241 385 15
DN 150 S1 PN 15 R01.312150.150 286 434 15
DN 200 S1 PN 12 R11.312120.225 471 753 12
DN 225 S1 PN 12 R11.312120.250 521 839 12
DN 300 S1 PN 12 R11.312120.315 654 936 12
DN 350 S1 PN 12 R11.312120.355 736 1083 12
DN 375 S1 PN 12 R11.312120.400 826 1214 12
DN 400 S1 PN 12 R11.312120.450 928 1374 12
*DN 450 S1 PN 12 R11.312120.500 2050 1678 12
A=MINIMUM LEG LENGTH
MANUFACTURING TOLERANCES APPLY
OTHER ANGLES ARE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST
THE FOLLOWING ADDITIONAL BEND PRESSURE RATINGS ARE AVAILABLE
UPON REQUEST:
CODE 312045 PN 4.5
CODE 312060 PN 6
CODE 312090 PN 9
* DN450 BENDS ARE MANUFACTURED FROM ABS LAYERED WITH GLASS REINFOCED EPOXY
AND ARE SUPPLYED COMPLETE WITH SOCKETS AT BOTH ENDS. THEY ARE DESIGNED AND
MANUFACTURED IN ACCORDANCE TO EURAPIPE INTERNAL QUALITY AND MANUFACTURING
PROCEDURES AND SPECIFICATIONS AND TYPE TESTED AT 3.2 TIMES THE DESIGN PRES-
SURE.
COMPLIES WITH AS/NZS 3518:2004
6
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-30
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
6
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-31
BEND 90 LONG RADIUS
(Sp-Sp)
SIZE CODE A B PN
(mm) min(mm) RATING
DN 50 S1 PN 15 R01.309150.050 357 570 15
DN 65 S1 PN 15 R01.309150.065 439 845 15
DN 80 S1 PN 15 R01.309150.080 523 870 15
DN 100 S1 PN 15 R01.309150.100 655 950 15
DN 125 S1 PN 15 R01.309150.125 796 970 15
DN 150 S1 PN 15 R01.309150.150 952 1165 15
DN 200 S1 PN 12 R11.309120.225 1264 1495 12
DN 225 S1 PN 12 R11.309120.250 1401 1615 12
DN 300 S1 PN 12 R11.309120.315 1758 2024 12
DN 350 S1 PN 12 R11.309120.355 1978 2274 12
DN 375 S1 PN 12 R11.309120.400 2226 2600 12
A=MINIMUM LEG LENGTH
MANUFACTURING TOLERANCES APPLY
OTHER ANGLES AND PRESSURE RATINGS ARE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST
COMPLIES WITH AS/NZS 3518:2004
6
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-32
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
6
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-33
BEND 45 LONG RADIUS
(Sp-Sp)
SIZE CODE A B PN
(mm) min(mm) RATING
DN 50 S1 PN 15 R01.310150.050 181 514 15
DN 65 S1 PN 15 R01.310150.065 219 756 15
DN 80 S1 PN 15 R01.310150.080 259 776 15
DN 100 S1 PN 15 R01.310150.100 321 806 15
DN 125 S1 PN 15 R01.310150.125 386 830 15
DN 150 S1 PN 15 R01.310150.150 460 968 15
DN 200 S1 PN 12 R11.310120.225 605 1276 12
DN 225 S1 PN 12 R11.310120.250 668 1357 12
DN 300 S1 PN 12 R11.310120.315 836 1622 12
DN 350 S1 PN 12 R11.310120.355 939 1870 12
DN 375 S1 PN 12 R11.310120.400 1054 2078 12
A=MINIMUM LEG LENGTH
MANUFACTURING TOLERANCES APPLY
OTHER ANGLES AND PRESSURE RATINGS ARE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST
COMPLIES WITH AS/NZS 3518:2004
6
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-32
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
6
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-33
EQUAL TEE (So-SoxSo)
SIZE CODE ID A B L Z TYPE PN
(mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) RATING
DN 15 S1 R01.122.015 21 63 31 20 11 M 15
DN 20 S1 R01.122.020 27 72 36 22 14 M 15
DN 25 S1 R01.122.025 34 85 43 25 18 M 15
DN 32 S1 R01.122.032 42 102 51 29 22 M 15
DN 40 S1 R01.122.040 48 112 56 31 25 M 15
DN 50 S1 R01.122.050 60 137 69 37 32 M 15
DN 65 S1 R01.122.065 75 166 83 44 39 M 15
DN 80 S1 R01.122.080 89 204 102 53 49 M 15
DN 100 S1 R01.122.100 114 258 129 65 64 M 15
DN 125 S1 R01.122.125 140 298 149 76 73 F 15
DN 150 S1 R01.122.150 168 360 180 92 88 M 15
DN 200 S1 R11.122.225 225 463 232 119 113 M 12
DN 225 S1 R11.122.250 250 526 263 131 132 M 12
DN 300 S1 R11.122.315 315 644 322 164 158 M 12
DN 350 S1 R11.122.355 355 840 420 184 236 F 6
DN 375 S1 R11.122.400 400 840 420 206 214 M 6
COMPLIES WITH AS/NZS 3518:2004
TEE DN350 IS MANUFACTURED FROM TEE DN375 FITTED WITH DN375-DN350 REDUCING BUSHES
FOR DN200 AND ABOVE, TEES WITH HIGHER PRESSURE RATINGS ARE AVAILABLE.
THEY ARE MANUFACTURED FROM ABS LAYERED WITH GLASS REINFORCED EPOXY AND ARE DESIGNED AND MANUFACTURED IN
ACCORDANCE TO EURAPIPE INTERNAL QUALITY AND MANUFACTURING PROCEDURES AND SPECIFICATIONS AND TYPE TESTED AT 3.2
TIMES THE DESIGN PRESSURE.
6
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-34
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
6
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-35
REDUCING TEE SPIGOT OFFTAKE (So-SoxSp)
SIZE CODE ID A B C L PN
(mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) RATING
DN 200DN 150 R11.120.225150 225 315 500 250 120 12
DN 225DN 150 R11.120.250150 250 339 500 325 131 12
DN 300DN 200 R11.120.315225 315 400 650 375 164 12
DN 350DN 225 R11.120.355250 355 450 720 450 184 12
DN 375DN 225 R11.120.400250 400 500 800 450 206 12
DN 400DN 350 R11.120.450355 450 560 920 657 231 12
DN 450DN 350 R11.120.500355 500 613 1000 575 256 12
DN 500DN 375 R11.120.560400 560 665 1200 625 270 12
DN 575DN 375 R11.120.630400 630 708 1300 625 285 12
DN 650DN 400 R11.120.710450 710 808 1400 680 305 9
DN 750DN 450 R11.120.826500 826 922 1500 775 330 9
COMPLIES WITH AS/NZS 3518:2004
MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE SPIGOT DIAMETER IS SHOWN.
REDUCERS TO SMALLER DIAMETER SPIGOTS ARE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST
6
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-34
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
6
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-35
REDUCING TEE SOCKET OFFTAKE (So-SoxSo)
SIZE CODE A B C ID1 ID2 Z1 Z2 PN
(mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) RATING
DN 20DN 15 R01.122.020015 33 67 34 27 21 12 14 15
DN 25DN 15 R01.122.025015 41 73 38 34 21 12 18 15
DN 25DN 20 R01.122.025020 41 78 40 34 27 14 18 15
DN 40DN 25 R01.122.040025 59 97 50 48 34 18 25 15
DN 50DN 25 R01.122.050025 74 109 56 60 34 18 31 15
DN 50DN 40 R01.122.050040 74 125 62 60 48 26 31 15
COMPLIES WITH AS/NZS 3518:2004
6
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-36
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
6
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-37
TEE THREADED OFF TAKE (So-SoxTh)
SIZE SIZE CODE ID A B C D Z PN
SW SOCKET THREADED (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) RATING
DN 15 S1 1/2 BSP R01.121.015 21 29 63 29 18 11 15
DN 20 S1 1/2 BSP R01.121.020015 27 35 67 32 18 12 15
DN 20 S1 3/4 BSP R01.121.020 27 44 72 35 21 14 15
DN 25 S1 1/2 BSP R01.121.025015 34 35 73 35 18 12 15
DN 25 S1 1 BSP R01.121.025 34 44 85 42 24 18 15
COMPLIES WITH AS/NZS 3518:2004
6
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-36
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
6
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-37
Y PIECE 45
SIZE CODE ID B C Z1 Z2 Z3 TYPE* PN
(mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) RATING
DN 20 S1 R01.128.020 27 68 43 34 26 6 M 15
DN 25 S1 R01.128.025 34 81 52 55 29 7 M 15
DN 32 S1 R01.128.032 42 98 65 52 42 9 M 15
DN 40 S1 R01.128.040 48 117 77 65 51 11 M 15
DN 50 S1 R01.128.050 60 140 95 78 63 12 M 15
DN 80 S1 R01.128.080 89 290 203 189 152 27 F 15
DN 100 S1 R01.128.100 114 596 373 469 310 170 F 15
DN 150 S1 R01.128.150 168 814 495 634 405 229 F 15
COMPLIES WITH AS/NZS 3518:2004
6
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-38
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
6
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-39
SADDLE STRIPS
SIZE CODE

A D*
( ) (mm)
DN 80 S1 R01.146.080 120 300 1/2
DN 100 S1 R01.146.100 120 300 1
DN 125 S1 R01.146.125 120 300 1
DN 150 S1 R01.146.150 120 300 1 1/4
DN 200 S1 R11.146.225 60 300 1 1/4
DN 225 S1 R11.146.250 60 300 1 1/2
DN 300 S1 R11.146.315 60 300 1 1/2
DN 350 S1 R11.146.355 60 300 1 1/2
DN 375 S1 R11.146.400 60 300 1 1/2
DN 400 S1 R11.146.450 60 300 1 1/2
DN 450 S1 R11.146.500 60 300 1 1/2
* MAXIMUM SIZE OF THE THREADED TAPPING
6
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-38
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
6
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-39
TAPPING SADDLES
SIZE SIZE CODE A B ID1 ID2 C D L PN
MAIN OFFTAKE (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) RATING
DN 80 S1 DN 50 S1 R01.127.080050 150 96 89 60 145 90 37 9
DN 100 S1 DN 50 S1 R01.127.100050 175 108 114 60 170 100 37 9
COMPLIES WITH AS/NZS 3518:2004
6
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-40
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
6
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-41
REDUCING SOCKET
SIZE CODE A A1 B ID ID1 L L1 Z TYPE PN
(mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) RATING
DN 20 - DN 15 S1 R01.114.020015 34 27 46 27 21 22 20 4 M 15
DN 25 - DN 15 S1 R01.114.025015 42 27 52 34 21 25 20 7 M 15
DN 25 - DN 20 S1 R01.114.025020 42 34 52 34 27 25 22 5 M 15
DN 32 - DN 25 S1 R01.114.032025 52 43 64 42 34 29 25 10 M 15
DN 40 - DN 25 S1 R01.114.040025 59 43 71 48 34 31 25 15 M 15
DN 40 - DN 32 S1 R01.114.040032 59 52 68 48 42 31 29 8 M 15
DN 50 - DN 40 S1 R01.114.050040 74 62 81 60 48 37 31 13 M 15
DN 65 - DN 50 S1 R01.114.065050 93 94 94 75 60 44 37 9 F 15
DN 80 - DN 50 S1 R01.114.080050 110 74 112 89 60 53 37 23 M 15
DN 80 - DN 65 S1 R01.114.080065 110 112 112 89 75 53 44 17 F 15
DN 100 - DN 80 S1 R01.114.100080 134 108 133 114 89 65 53 29 M 15
DN 125 - DN 100 S1 R01.114.125100 173 165 165 140 114 76 65 32 F 9
DN 150 - DN 100 S1 R01.114.150100 204 141 204 168 114 92 65 51 M 15
DN 150 - DN 125 S1 R01.114.150125 204 192 192 168 140 92 76 19 F 15
DN 200 - DN 150 S1 R11.114.225150 247 - 246 225 168 119 92 35 F 12
DN 200 - DN 195 S1 R11.114.225195 247 - 246 225 219 119 116 20 F 12
DN 225 - DN 200 S1 R11.114.250225 275 - 271 250 225 131 119 21 F 12
DN 300 - DN 225 S1 R11.114.315250 344 357 315 250 164 131 39 F 12
DN 350 - DN 300 S1 R11.114.355315 388 - 377 355 315 184 164 26 F 9
DN 375 - DN 350 S1 R11.114.400355 440 - 423 400 355 206 184 30 F 9
DN 400 - DN 375 S1 R11.114.450400 493 - 476 450 400 231 206 35 F 9
DN 450 - DN 400 S1 R11.114.500450 548 - 527 500 450 256 231 35 F 9
DN 500 - DN 450 S1 R11.114.560500 612 - 555 560 500 270 256 12 F 9
DN 575 - DN 500 S1 R11.114.630560 708 - 590 630 560 285 270 51 F 9
DN 650 - DN 575 S1 R11.114.710630 808 - 625 710 630 305 285 45 F 9
DN 750 - DN 650 S2/S1 R11.114.826710 922 - 675 826 710 330 305 30 F 9
COMPLIES WITH AS/NZS 3518:2004
6
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-40
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
6
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-41
REDUCING BUSH
SIZE CODE ID A B Z PN
(mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) RATING
DN 20 - DN 15 S1 R01.109.020015 21 27 22 2 15
DN 25 - DN 15 S1 R01.109.025015 21 34 25 5 15
DN 25 - DN 20 S1 R01.109.025020 27 34 25 3 15
DN 32 - DN 15 S1 R01.109.032015 21 42 29 9 15
DN 32 - DN 20 S1 R01.109.032020 27 42 29 7 15
DN 32 - DN 25 S1 R01.109.032025 34 42 29 4 15
DN 40 - DN 15 S1 R01.109.040015 21 48 31 11 15
DN 40 - DN 20 S1 R01.109.040020 27 48 31 9 15
DN 40 - DN 25 S1 R01.109.040025 34 48 31 6 15
DN 40 - DN 32 S1 R01.109.040032 42 48 31 2 15
DN 50 - DN 25 S1 R01.109.050025 34 60 37 12 15
DN 50 - DN 32 S1 R01.109.050032 42 60 37 8 15
DN 50 - DN 40 S1 R01.109.050040 48 60 37 6 15
DN 65 - DN 50 S1 R01.109.065050 60 75 44 8 15
DN 80 - DN 20 S1 R01.109.080020 27 89 52 30 15
DN 80 - DN 40 S1 R01.109.080040 48 89 52 21 15
DN 80 - DN 50 S1 R01.109.080050 60 89 52 15 15
DN 80 - DN 65 S1 R01.109.080065 75 89 52 6 15
DN 100 - DN 50 S1 R01.109.100050 60 114 64 28 15
DN 100 - DN 80 S1 R01.109.100080 89 114 64 13 15
DN 125 - DN 100 S1 R01.109.125100 114 140 83 20 15
DN 150 - DN 100 S1 R01.109.150100 114 168 92 27 15
DN 150 - DN 125 S1 R01.109.150125 140 168 92 7 15
DN 200 - DN 150 S1 R11.109.225150 168 225 120 29 12
DN 225 - DN 200 S1 R11.109.250225 225 250 131 12 12
DN 300 - DN 225 S1 R11.109.315250 250 315 164 33 12
DN 350 - DN 300 S1 R11.109.355315 315 355 184 20 9
DN 375 - DN 350 S1 R11.109.400355 355 400 206 22 9
DN 400 - DN 375 S1 R11.109.450400 400 450 231 25 9
DN 450 - DN 400 S1 R11.109.500450 450 500 256 25 9
DN 500 - DN 450 S1 R11.109.560500 500 560 270 14 9
DN 575 - DN 500 S1 R11.109.630560 560 630 285 15 9
DN 650 - DN 575 S1 R11.109.710630 630 710 305 20 9
DN 750 - DN 650 S2/S1 R11.109.826710 710 826 330 20 9
COMPLIES WITH AS/NZS3518:2004
6
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-42
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
6
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-43
FAUCET SOCKET (PLAIN THREADED SOCKET)
SIZE SIZE SIZE CODE A B C ID L OD Z PN
SW SOCKET THREAD SPIGOT (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) RATING
DN 15 S1 1/2 BSP DN 20 S1 R01.101.015 32 41 18 21 20 27 19 15
DN 20 S1 3/4 BSP DN 25 S1 R01.101.020 38 47 21 27 22 34 22 15
DN 25 S1 1 BSP DN 32 S1 R01.101.025 47 54 24 34 25 42 25 15
DN 32 S1 1 1/4 BSP - R01.101.032 57 61 28 42 29 - - 15
DN 40 S1 1 1/2 BSP DN 50 S1 R01.101.040 65 66 28 48 31 60 29 15
DN 50 S1 2 BSP - R01.101.050 80 73 31 60 37 - - 15
COMPLIES WITH AS3518:2004
6
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-42
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
6
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-43
VALVE ADAPTOR (PLAIN THREADED NIPPLE)
SIZE SIZE SIZE CODE A B C ID OD Z1 Z PN
SW SPIGOT THREAD SW SOCKET (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) RATING
DN 15 S1 1/2 - R01.107.015 27 41 15 - 21 - 21 15
DN 20 S1 3/4 DN 15 S1 R01.107.020 36 46 17 21 27 26 24 15
DN 25 S1 1 DN 20 S1 R01.107.025 43 51 19 27 34 29 26 15
DN 32 S1 1 1/4 DN 25 S1 R01.107.032 52 59 22 34 42 34 30 15
DN 40 S1 1 1/2 - R01.107.040 59 62 22 - 48 - 31 15
DN 50 S1 2 DN 40 S1 R01.107.050 74 73 26 48 60 36 36 15
REDUCING VALVE ADAPTOR (REDUCING PLAIN THREADED NIPPLE)
SIZE SIZE SIZE CODE A B C ID OD Z1 Z PN
SW SPIGOT THREAD SW SOCKET (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) RATING
DN 20 S1 1/2 DN 15 S1 R01.107.020015 27 43 15 21 27 19 21 15
DN 25 S1 1/2 DN 20 S1 R01.107.025015 27 47 15 27 34 25 22 15
DN 25 S1 3/4 DN 20 S1 R01.107.025020 36 49 17 27 34 27 24 15
DN 32 S1 1 DN 25 S1 R01.107.032025 43 55 19 34 42 30 26 15
DN 40 S1 1 - R01.107.040025 43 58 19 - 48 - 27 15
DN 40 S1 1 1/4 - R01.107.040032 52 61 22 - 48 - 30 15
DN 50 S1 1 DN 25 S1 R01.107.050025 43 64 19 48 60 33 27 15
DN 50 S1 1 1/2 DN 40 S1 R01.107.050040 59 68 22 48 60 27 31 15
COMPLIES WITH AS3518:2004
6
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-44
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
6
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-45
VALVE SOCKET (MALE ADAPTOR)
SIZE SIZE CODE A B C ID Z PN
SW SOCKET THREAD (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) RATING
DN 15 S1 1/2 BSP R01.151.015 27 38 15 21 18 15
DN 20 S1 3/4 BSP R01.151.020 34 42 17 27 20 15
DN 25 S1 1 BSP R01.151.025 43 49 19 34 24 15
DN 32 S1 1 1/4 BSP R01.151.032 52 56 22 42 27 15
DN 40 S1 1 1/2 BSP R01.151.040 59 58 22 48 27 15
DN 50 S1 2 BSP R01.151.050 74 70 26 60 33 15
DN 80 S1 3 BSP R01.151.080 107 95 31 89 46 12
DN 100 S1 4 BSP R01.151.100 129 110 39 114 55 12
COMPLIES WITH AS3518:2004
6
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-44
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
6
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-45
FAUCET ADAPTOR (FEMALE ADAPTOR)
SIZE SIZE SIZE CODE A B C ID OD Z Z1 PN
SW SPIGOT THREAD SW SOCKET (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) RATING
DN 15 S1 1/2 BSP - R01.153.015 32 42 18 - 21 22 - 15
DN 20 S1 3/4 BSP DN 15 S1 R01.153.020 38 47 21 21 27 25 27 15
DN 25 S1 1 BSP DN 20 S1 R01.153.025 47 53 24 27 34 28 31 15
DN 32 S1 1 1/4 BSP DN 25 S1 R01.153.032 57 63 28 34 42 34 38 15
DN 40 S1 1 1/2 BSP - R01.153.040 65 65 28 - 48 34 - 15
DN 50 S1 2 BSP DN 40 S1 R01.153.050 80 76 31 48 60 39 43 15
COMPLIES WITH AS3518:2004
6
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-46
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
6
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-47
FABRICATED MOULDED
CAP
SIZE CODE ID A B C TYPE PN
(mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) RATING
DN 15 S1 R01.140.015 21 27 9 29 M 15
DN 20 S1 R01.140.020 27 33 11 33 M 15
DN 25 S1 R01.140.025 34 41 14 39 M 15
DN 32 S1 R01.140.032 42 52 17 46 M 15
DN 40 S1 R01.140.040 48 59 20 51 M 15
DN 50 S1 R01.140.050 60 74 24 61 M 15
DN 65 S1 R01.140.065 75 106 35 79 F* 12
DN 80 S1 R01.140.080 89 106 28 79 M 12
DN 100 S1 R01.140.100 114 132 33 95 M 12
DN 125 S1 R01.140.125 140 192 61 130 F* 12
DN 150 S1 R01.140.150 168 192 42 130 M 12
DN 200 S1 R11.140.225 225 262 30 150 F 9
DN 225 S1 R11.140.250 250 280 35 166 F 9
DN 300 S1 R11.140.315 315 355 35 199 F 9
* CAP DN65 IS MANUFACTURED FROM CAP DN80 AND DN80-DN65 REDUCING BUSH
* CAP DN125 IS MANUFACTURED FROM CAP DN150 AND DN150-DN125 REDUCING BUSH
6
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-46
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
6
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-47
THREADED PLUG
SIZE SIZE CODE A B C PN
THREAD (mm) (mm) (mm) RATING
DN 15 S1 1/2 BSP R01.155.015 27 21 15 15
DN 20 S1 3/4 BSP R01.155.020 33 23 16 15
DN 25 S1 1 BSP R01.155.025 41 26 19 15
DN 32 S1 1 1/4 BSP R01.155.032 51 30 22 15
DN 40 S1 1 1/2 BSP R01.155.040 58 31 22 15
DN 50 S1 2 BSP R01.155.050 71 36 26 15
COMPLIES WITH AS3518:2004
6
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-48
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
6
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-49
SOCKET UNION
SIZE CODE A B ID Z PN
(mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) RATING
DN 15 S1 R01.205.015V 35 43 21 10 15
DN 20 S1 R01.205.020V 43 47 27 12 15
DN 25 S1 R01.205.025V 60 59 34 12 15
DN 32 S1 R01.205.032V 74 70 42 12 15
DN 40 S1 R01.205.040V 83 73 48 12 15
DN 50 S1 R01.205.050V 103 86 60 12 15
DN 80 S1 R01.205.080V 158 114 89 12 15
DN 100 S1 R01.205.100V 182 142 114 14 15
SEALS MATERIAL - EPDM
COMPLIES WITH AS3518:2004
6
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-48
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
6
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-49
SADDLE CLIP
SIZE CODE ID A B C D t
(mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm)
DN 15 S1 R05.455.015 21 13 37 14 27 3
DN 20 S1 R05.455.020 27 18 41 14 34 3
DN 25 S1 R05.455.025 34 21 45 16 42 4
DN 32 S1 R05.455.032 42 29 65 16 54 4
DN 40 S1 R05.455.040 48 34 67 16 61 5
DN 50 S1 R05.455.050 60 38 87 22 73 5
DN 80 S1 R05.455.080 89 50 122 34 99 5
DN 100 S1 R05.455.100 114 65 156 38 127 5
C = CLIP THICKNESS
MATERIAL : BLACK POLYPROPYLENE
6
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-50
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
6
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-51
PIPE CLIP
SIZE CODE B C D d1 d2 d3 Z1 Z2 TYPE
(mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm)
DN 15 S1 R05.434.015 25.5 10 6 21 10.5 5.5 16.5 19 B
DN 20 S1 R05.434.020 28.5 10 6 27 10.5 5.5 19 21.5 B
DN 25 S1 R05.434.025 32 10 6 34 10.5 5.5 24 26.5 B
DN 32 S1 R05.434.032 36 10 6.5 42 14 6.5 33.5 33.5 C
DN 40 S1 R05.434.040 39 10 6.5 48 14 6.5 37 37 C
DN 50 S1 R05.434.050 50 10 10 60 17 8.5 44.5 44.5 C
DN 80 S1 R05.434.080 105 - 15 89 - 9 89 71 C
DN 100 S1 R05.434.100 120 - 15 114 - 9 99 81 C
MATERIAL: BLACK POLYPROPYLENE
6
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-50
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
6
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-51
RUBBER EXPANSION JOINT
SIZE CODE A C D E PN
(mm) (mm) (mm) RATING
DN 32 S1 R04.452.032 95 8 15 4 15
DN 40 S1 R04.452.040 95 8 15 4 15
DN 50 S1 R04.452.050 105 8 15 5 15
DN 80 S1 R04.452.080 130 12 15 6 15
DN 100 S1 R04.452.100 135 18 15 10 15
DN 150 S1 R04.452.150 180 18 15 10 15
DN 200 S1 R14.452.225 205 25 15 14 15
DN 225 S1 R14.452.250 240 25 15 14 15
DN 300 S1 R14.452.315 260 25 15 14 15
DN 350 S1 R14.452.355 265 25 15 14 9
DN 375 S1 R14.452.400 265 25 15 14 9
DN 400 S1 R14.452.450 265 25 15 14 9
DN 450 S1 R14.452.500 265 25 15 14 9
DN 500 S1 R14.452.560 254 25 15 16 9
DN 575 S1 R14.452.630 254 25 15 16 6
DN 650 S1 R14.452.710 254 25 10 16 6
6
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-52
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
6
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-53
ANCHOR SLEEVE
SIZE CODE ID A B
(mm) (mm) (mm)
DN 50 S1 R01.272.050 60 74 40
DN 65 S1 R01.272.065 76 89 40
DN 80 S1 R01.272.080 89 104 50
DN 100 S1 R01.272.100 115 140 60
DN 125 S1 R01.272.125 141 168 75
DN 150 S1 R01.272.150 169 208 90
DN 200 S1 R11.272.225 227 250 120
DN 225 S1 R11.272.250 251 275 120
DN 300 S1 R11.272.315 316 344 120
DN 350 S1 R11.272.355 356 390 120
DN 375 S1 R11.272.400 401 450 120
DN 400 S1 R11.272.450 451 500 120
DN 450 S1 R11.272.500 502 550 180
DN 500 S1 R11.272.560 562 616 180
DN 575 S1 R11.272.630 632 710 180
DN 650 S1 R11.272.710 712 826 200
DN 750 S1 R11.272.826 828 922 200
6
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-52
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
6
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-53
ANCHOR FLANGE
SIZE CODE ID A B C D
(mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm)
DN 50 S1 R01.137.050 61 96 40 14 74
DN 65 S1 R01.137.065 76 106 47 10 90
DN 80 S1 R01.137.080 90 127 57 18 118
DN 100 S1 R01.137.100 115 159 70 20 134
DN 125 S1 R01.137.125 141 187 84 14 165
DN 150 S1 R01.137.150 169 214 100 24 192
DN 200 S1 R11.137.225 226 271 144 35 247
DN 225 S1 R11.137.250 251 334 191 70 305
DN 300 S1 R11.137.315 317 376 224 70 362
DN 350 S1 R11.137.355 357 440 244 70 415
DN 375 S1 R11.137.400 402 488 306 110 450
DN 400 S1 R11.137.450 452 548 331 110 506
DN 450 S1 R11.137.500 502 613 356 110 561
DN 500 S1 R11.137.560 562 665 282 50 615
DN 575 S1 R11.137.630 632 708 340 65 669
DN 650 S1 R11.137.710 715 808 325 70 770
DN 750 S2 R11.137.826 804 922 430 110 870
6
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-54
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
6
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-55
BALL CHECK VALVE SINGLE UNION
SIZE CODE A B Z PN
(mm) (mm) (mm) RATING
DN 15 S1 R01.***.015 48 95 62 15
DN 20 S1 R01.***.020 59 112 73 15
DN 25 S1 R01.***.025 69 124 79 15
DN 32 S1 R01.***.032 96 148 94 15
DN 40 S1 R01.***.040 96 148 88 15
DN 50 S1 R01.***.050 103 177 105 15
DN 80 S1 R01.***.080 178 215 114 9
CODE 836 - EPDM SEALS
CODE 838 - FPM SEALS
6
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-54
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
6
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-55
BALL VALVE DOUBLE UNION
SIZE CODE A B C D Z PN
(mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) RATING
DN 15 S1 R01.***.015V 51 101 48 81 67 15
DN 20 S1 R01.***.020V 63 119 65 87 79 15
DN 25 S1 R01.***.025V 73 134 69 101 86 15
DN 32 S1 R01.***.032V 105 161 88 127 101 15
DN 40 S1 R01.***.040V 105 160 88 127 98 15
DN 50 S1 R01.***.050V 135 191 108 151 118 15
DN 80 S1 R01.***.080V 182 260 138 191 158 15
DN 100 S1 R01.***.100V 217 314 165 241 187 15
CODE 880 - EPDM SEALS
CODE 882 - FPM SEALS
6
DURAFLO Pipes and Fittings
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 6-56
ABS SOLVENT CEMENT
CAN SIZE CODE
(litres)
0.25 R01.461.025
1 R01.461.100
4 R01.461.400
SOLVENT CEMENT USAGE*
SIZE SOLVENT WELD
JOINTS PER LITRE**
DN 50 S1 135
DN 80 S1 45
DN 100 S1 35
DN 125 S1 20
DN 150 S1 20
DN 200 S1 10
DN 225 S1 4
DN 300 S1 4
DN 350 S1 3
DN 375 S1 2
DN 400 S1 1
DN 450 S1 1
DN 500 S1 0.5
DN 575 S1 0.5
DN 650 S1 0.3
DN 750 S1 0.3
* The usage of MEK is approximately 50% that of ABS cement
** A socket counts as 2 joints, a tee as 3 joints etc.
MEK CLEANER/PRIMER
CAN SIZE CODE
(litres)
0.25 R01.463.025
1 R01.463.100
4 R01.463.400
FLOW NOMOGRAMS
7
EURAPIPE DURAFLO 7-1
CONTENTS
FLOW NOMOGRAMS
Absolute roughness for ABS pipelines in operation =0.007m
PN
4.5
EURAPIPE ABS PRESSURE PIPE FLOW RESISTANCE NOMOGRAM FOR WATER @ 20.
METRIC PIPE SERIES 1 DN200 TO DN750
DURAFLO
DS10 - 0903
Operating Pressure Rating.
(bar) (1bar = 100kPa)
- Remember to derate for
higher temperatures.
EURAPIPE ABS PRESSURE PIPE FLOW RESISTANCE NOMOGRAM FOR WATER @ 20.
METRIC PIPE SERIES 1
6
PN
DN100 TO DN750
DURAFLO
DS10 - 0903
EURAPIPE ABS PRESSURE PIPE FLOW RESISTANCE NOMOGRAM FOR WATER @ 20.
DN80 TO DN750 METRIC PIPE SERIES 1
PN
9
DURAFLO
DS10 - 0903
EURAPIPE ABS PRESSURE PIPE FLOW RESISTANCE NOMOGRAM FOR WATER @ 20.
METRIC PIPE SERIES 1
12
PN
DN50 TO DN200
DURAFLO
DS10 - 0903
EURAPIPE ABS PRESSURE PIPE FLOW RESISTANCE NOMOGRAM FOR WATER @ 20.
DN225 TO DN800 METRIC PIPE SERIES 1
PN
12
DURAFLO
DS10 - 0903
EURAPIPE ABS PRESSURE PIPE FLOW RESISTANCE NOMOGRAM FOR WATER @ 20.
METRIC PIPE SERIES 1
15
PN
DN20 TO DN100
DURAFLO
DS10 - 0903
EURAPIPE ABS PRESSURE PIPE FLOW RESISTANCE NOMOGRAM FOR WATER @ 20.
DN125 TO DN375 METRIC PIPE SERIES 1
PN
15
DURAFLO
DS10 - 0903
EURAPIPE ABS PRESSURE PIPE FLOW RESISTANCE NOMOGRAM FOR WATER @ 20.
METRIC PIPE SERIES 1
18
PN
DN20 TO DN150
DURAFLO
DS10 - 0903
EURAPIPE ABS PRESSURE PIPE FLOW RESISTANCE NOMOGRAM FOR WATER @ 20.
METRIC PIPE SERIES 1
20
PN
DN15 TO DN150
DURAFLO
DS10 - 0903