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PE PIPES AND FITTINGS

Polyethylene (PE) Pipes & Fittings


Reinforced PE Pipes & Fittings

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Contents
PE Pipes and Fittings
PE Pipe -------------------------------------------- 1
PE 80 ------------------------------------------------- 3
PE 100 ------------------------------------------------ 4
Plastic-Steel Mesh Skeleton-Plastic(PE)
Composite Pipe for Water Supplye ----------- 6
Fittings
Socket Fusion Joint Fittings ------------------- 7
Butt Fusion Joint Fittings --------------------- 17
ElectroFusion Fittings ------------------------- 24
Fabricated Fittings ------------------------------ 30
Tools ----------------------------------------------- 35
Characteristic ------------------------------- 36
Installations ----------------------------------- 37
Socket Fusion Joint ------------------------------ 37
Butt Fusion Joint --------------------------------- 38
ElectroFusion Joint ------------------------------ 40
Transition Joint ----------------------------------- 41
Trenchless Technology ------------------------- 42
Polyethylene (PE) Pipe
Product Overview Advantages
Material : PE 80 or PE 100 • Non - Toxic : no heavy metal additives, would not
Pressure Rating : 4 bars, 6 bars, 8 bars, 10 bars, be covered with dirt or contaminated by bacterium,
12.5 bars, 16 bars sanitary, no secondary pollution.
Size : full 20mm through 1600mm availability • Corrosion Resistance : unaffected by chemical
matters and electron chemical matters which cause
Standard : ISO 4427-2, EN 12201-2, AS/NZS 4130,
corrosion in metals.
BS 6920, GB/T 13663
• High flow capacity : smooth interior walls and low
Colors : abrasion resistance result low flow resistance and
- Blue : All size high flow capacity.
- Black with blue strips : DN 110 or above • Excellent Flexibility : can be supplied in coil form,
- Other colors are also available upon request fewer fittings required and lower cost installation.
Form • High impact and breakage resistance
Supplied : • Excellent UV resistance
- 5.8 meters staraight length (all size) • Differential Settlement Resistance : low
- 50 or 100 meters coil length (DN 20 - DN 63) requirements for foundation treatment.
- Other forms are also available upon request • Easy Installation : light weight, easy to transport
and handle friendly
• Long Service Life : PE water pipe can work for
more 50 years under proper use.
• Use trenchless technology
• Various Joint Availability : socket fusion joint, butt
fusion joint, electro fusion joint and transition joint.

Applications
• Municipal water supply
• Commercial & Residential water supply
• Industrial liquids transportation
• Sewage treatment

The damage of percentages in the water supply lines at Kobe/Japan earthquake in 1995

Pipe Type Percentage of damage


Ductile Cast Iron Pipe 0,488
Cast Iron Pipe 1,508
PVC Pipe 1,430
Steel Pipe 0,437
Asbestos Steel Pipe 1,782
PE Pipe 0

[1]
Polyethylene (PE) Pipe
Physical Properties
Properties Typical Value
Extension Rate at Break % ≥ 350
Longitudinal Reversion, % (100oC) ≤3
Oxidation Induction Time, min (200oC) ≥ 20
20oC, 100 h
PE80 9.0 MPa No Failure
PE100 12.4 MPa
80oC, 165 h
Hydraulic Pressure
Test PE80 4.6 MPa No Failure
PE100 5.5 MPa
80oC, 1000 h
PE80 4.0 MPa No Failure
PE100 5.0 MPa
80oC, 165 h
Climate Resistance PE80 4.6 MPa No Failure
(After the pipe PE100 5.5 MPa
accumulate accept the Extension Rate at Break % ≥ 350
aging energy ≥ 3.5
J/m3) Oxidation Induction Time, min (200oC) ≥ 20

Technical Specifications PE 100 Unit Test Method


Density at 23oC 0.955 g/cm3 ISO 1183
MFR 190O / 5 kg 0 g/10 min IS0 1133
Mechanical Properties
Yield Stress 23 MPa ISO 527
Tensile Modulus >1000 MPa ISO 527
Oxidation - Induction Time at
≥20 min ISO TR 10837
210oC
Carbon Black Content ≥2 % ISO 6964
Resistance to S.C.P (slow
crack propagation = 4.6 MPa, >1000 h ISO 13479
80O C Nothed
Resistance to R.C.P (rapid
Crack Propagation S4-test >10 bars ISO DIS 13477
110/10mm, oC
Elongation at Break ≥500 % ISO 6259
Linear Thermal Expansion 1.5 x 10-4 o
C-1 ASTM D696(20-60OC)
Electrical Properties
Electric Strength >20 kV/mm ASTM D149
Volume Resistivity >1019 Ωm ASTM D257

[2]
Polyethylene (PE) 80 Pipe
SDR 33 (PN 4) SDR 21 (PN 6) SDR 17 (PN 8)
DN en w DN en w DN en w
mm mm kg/m mm mm kg/m mm mm kg/m
160 4.9 2.31 90 4.3 1.14 75 4.5 1.00
180 5.5 2.92 110 5.3 1.72 90 5.4 1.43
200 6.2 3.66 125 6.0 2.21 110 6.6 2.14
225 6.9 4.58 160 7.7 3.64 125 7.4 2.73
250 7.7 5.68 180 8.6 4.57 160 9.5 4.49
280 8.6 7.11 200 9.6 5.67 180 10.7 5.68
315 9.7 9.02 225 10.8 7.17 200 11.9 7.02
355 10.9 11.42 250 11.9 8.78 225 13.4 8.90
400 12.5 14.76 280 13.4 11.07 250 14.8 10.92
450 13.8 18.33 315 15.0 13.95 280 16.6 13.72
500 15.3 22.58 355 16.9 17.71 315 18.7 17.39
560 17.2 28.43 400 19.1 22.55 355 21.1 22.11
630 19.3 35.89 450 21.5 28.56 400 23.7 27.98
710 21.8 45.68 500 23.9 35.27 450 26.7 35.46
800 24.5 57.85 560 26.7 44.13 500 29.7 43.83
630 30.0 55.79 560 33.2 54.88
710 33.9 71.04 630 37.4 69.55
800 38.1 89.96 710 42.1 88.23
800 47.4 111.92

SDR 13.6 (PN 10) SDR 11 (PN 12.5) Coil Pipe


DN en w DN en w SDR 13.6 (10)
mm mm kg/m mm mm kg/m DN en w Length
63 4.7 0.87 25 2.3 0.17 (mm) (mm) (kg/m) (m/roll)
75 5.6 1.24 32 3.0 0.28 63 4.7 50
90 6.7 1.78 40 3.7 0.44
110 8.1 2.63 50 4.6 0.68
125 9.2 3.39 63 5.8 1.08
SDR 11 (12.5)
160 11.8 5.57 75 6.8 1.51
180 13.3 7.07 90 8.2 2.18 DN en w Length
200 14.7 8.68 110 10.0 3.25 (mm) (mm) (kg/m) (m/roll)
225 16.6 11.02 125 11.4 4.21 25 2.3 50/100
250 18.4 13.58 140 12.7 5.25 32 3.0 50/100
280 20.6 17.02 160 14.6 6.89 40 3.7 50/100
315 23.2 21.57 180 16.4 8.71 50 4.6 50
355 26.1 27.35 200 18.2 10.74 63 5.8 50
400 29.4 34.71 225 20.5 13.61
450 33.1 43.96 250 22.7 16.75
SDR : Standard Dimension Ratio
500 36.8 54.31 280 25.4 20.99 PN : Pressure Nominal
560 41.2 68.10 315 28.6 26.59 DN : Nominal Outside Diameter
630 46.3 86.10 355 32.2 33.74 en : Nominal Wall Thickness
710 52.2 109.39 400 36.3 42.86
800 58.8 138.84 450 40.9 54.32
500 45.4 67.00
560 50.8 83.97
630 57.2 106.36
[3]
Polyethylene (PE) 100 Pipe

SDR 26 (PN 6) SDR 21 (PN 8)


DN en w DN en w
mm mm kg/m mm mm kg/m
110 4.0 1.39 90 4.0 1.16
125 4.8 1.80 110 5.3 1.75
160 6.0 2.97 125 6.0 2.25
180 7.0 3.72 160 8.0 3.69
200 7.7 4.62 180 8.6 4.64
225 9.0 5.80 200 10.0 5.76
250 10.0 7.20 225 11.0 7.29
280 10.7 8.98 250 11.9 8.92
315 12.0 11.43 280 13.0 11.25
355 14.0 14.48 315 15.0 14.17
400 15.3 18.35 355 16.9 17.99
450 17.0 23.21 400 19.0 22.91
500 19.0 28.64 450 22.0 29.01
560 21.4 35.94 500 23.9 35.83
630 24.0 45.53 560 27.0 44.84
710 27.0 57.91 630 30.0 56.68
800 30.6 73.41 710 33.9 72.18
900 34.0 92.84 800 38.0 91.40
1000 38.0 114.55 900 43.0 115.78
1200 46.3 166.61 1000 47.7 143.04
1400 54.0 226.28 1200 57.0 205.83
1600 62.0 295.55 1400 67.0 280.44

SDR 17 (PN 10) SDR 13.6 (PN 12.5)


DN en w DN en w
mm mm kg/m mm mm kg/m
75 5.0 1.01 63 5.0 0.89
90 5.4 1.46 75 5.6 1.26
110 7.0 2.18 90 7.0 1.81
125 7.0 2.77 110 8.0 2.67
160 9.5 4.56 125 9.2 3.45
180 11.0 5.78 160 12.0 5.66
200 12.0 7.14 180 13.0 7.18
225 13.4 9.04 200 14.7 8.82
250 15.0 11.10 225 17.0 11.20
280 17.0 13.94 250 18.0 13.79
315 18.7 17.66 280 20.6 17.30
355 21.0 22.46 315 23.0 21.91
400 24.0 28.43 355 26.0 27.78
450 26.7 36.03 400 29.4 35.26
500 30.0 44.53 450 33.0 44.67
560 33.0 55.75 500 37.0 55.18
630 46.3 87.47
630 37.4 70.66
710 42.0 89.63
800 47.0 113.71
900 53.3 143.85
1000 59.0 177.82

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PE 100 Pipe

SDR 11 (PN 16) SDR 11 (PN 16) SDR 11 (PN 16)


DN en w DN En W DN en w Length
mm mm kg/m mm mm kg/m mm mm kg/m m/roll
400 36.0 43.54 20 2.0 0.14 50/100
20 2.0 0.14
450 40.9 55.19 25 2.3 0.17 50/100
25 2.3 0.17
500 45.0 68.07 32 3.0 0.29 50/100
32 3.0 0.29
560 51.0 85.31 40 4.0 0.44 50/100
40 4.0 0.44
630 57.2 108.06 50 4.6 0.69 50
50 4.6 0.69
63 6.0 1.1 50
63 6.0 1.10
75 7.0 1.53
90 8.2 2.21 Coil Pipe
110 10.0 3.30 SDR 13.6 (PN 12.5)
125 11.0 4.27 DN en w Length
160 14.6 7.00
mm mm kg/m m/roll
180 16.0 8.85
63 5.0 0.89 50
200 18.0 10.92
225 20.5 13.83
250 23.0 17.02
280 25.0 21.33
315 28.6 27.02
355 32.0 34.28

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Plastic - Steel Mesh Skeleton – Plastic (PE)
Composite Pipe for Water Supply

Product Overview

Material : PE, Steel Mesh Skeleton


Pressure Rating : 10 bars, 16 bars, 20 bars , and 25 bars
Size : full 50 mm through 500 mm availability
Colors :
- Black (all size)
- Other colors are also available upon request

Advantages
• Higher strength resistance and creep resistance.
• Excellent stiffness, impact resistance. Low linear expansion coefficient.
• Smooth inner wall, won`t covered with dirt. Low flow resistance, high flow capacity.
• Both the inner and outer wall are made of plastic, lead the pipe and fittings owns good corrosion
resistance.
• Light weight, easy to transport.
• Use electro – fusion, no leakage in the joint, fast and easy installation
• The product is composited with steel wire plastic, overcome the fast stress crack of plastic pipe.
• Good abrasion resistance. The product can work for more than 50 years under normal use.

PN 10 PN 16 PN 20
DN en DN en DN en
mm mm mm mm mm mm
50 4.5 50 4.5 50 5.0
63 4.5 63 4.5 63 5.0
75 5.0 75 5.0 75 5.0
90 5.5 90 5.5 90 5.5
110 5.5 110 7.0
160 6.0 160 9.0 PN 25
200 6.0 200 9.5 DN en
250 10.5 250 12.0
mm mm
315 11.5 315 13.0
50 5.5
355 12.0 355 14.0
63 5.5
400 12.5 400 15.0
75 5.5
500 15.5 500 18.0
90 5.5

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Socket Fusion Joint Fittings

[Features]
Material : PE 100
Size : full 20 mm through 110 mm availability
Pressure Rating : 16 bars, or other nominalpressure available upon request
Standard : ISO 4427 -3, EN 12201 -3, BS EN 12201 -3, BS 6920
Colors : - Blue (all size)
- Black (DN 110)
- Other colors are also available upon request
Joint : Joining pipe and socket fusion joint fittings by socket fusion joint

[Advantages]
• Non - Toxic : no heavy metal additives, would not be covered with dirt or contaminated by bacterium
• Corrosion Resistance : resist chemical matters and electron chemical corrosion
• High flow capacity : smooth interior walls result in low pressure loss and high volume
• Low Installation Costs : light weight and ease of installation can reduce installation costs
• Longevity : more than 50 years under proper use

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Socket Fusion Joint Fittings

Coupling Size(mm) L1 L Z PCS/CTN


(Soc x soc) 20 16.5 37 4 810
25 18.0 40 4 60
32 20.5 45 4 460
40 22.5 50 5 240
50 25.5 56 5 260
63 30.0 65 5 160
75 33.0 72 6 100
90 27.0 78 4 50
110 42.0 90 5 36

Size(mm) L1 L2 L PCS/CTN
Reducer
(Soc x soc) 25 x 20 16.5 18 45 600
32 x 20 16.5 21 56 320
32 x 25 18.0 21 52 300
40 x 20 16.5 23 63 320
40 x 25 18.0 23 61 240
40 x 32 20.5 23 54 240
50 x 20 16.5 26 67 160
50 x 25 18.0 26 67 160
50 x 32 20.5 26 67 160
50 x 40 22.5 26 62 120
63 x 25 18.0 30 82 160
63 x 32 20.5 30 84 150
63 x 40 22.5 30 82 150
63 x 50 25.5 30 71 135
75 x 32 20.5 33 65
75 x 40 22.5 33 67
75 x 50 25.5 33 75
75 x 63 29.5 33 80 90
90 x 40 22.5 37 75
90 x 50 25.5 37 75
90 x 63 29.5 37 100 72
90 x 75 33.0 37 86 55
110 x 50
110 x 63 29.5 42 112 50

Size(mm) L Z PCS/CTN
90o Elbow
(Soc x soc) 20 16.5 33 500
25 18.0 37 240
32 20.5 43 200
40 22.5 48 100
50 25.5 61 120
63 29.5 69 60
75 33.0 8 40
90 36.0 89 25
110 42.0 107 15

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Socket Fusion Joint Fittings

45o Elbow Size(mm) L1 L2 PCS/CTN


(Soc x Soc) 20 16.5 24 500
25 25.0 27 360
32 32.0 33 210
40 40.0 35 140
50 50.0 41 140
63 63.0 48 80
75 75.0 49 50
90 90.0 60 30
110 110.0 68 20

Tee Size(mm) L1 L Z PCS/CTN


(Soc x Soc x Soc) 20 16.5 64 32 320.0
25 18.0 72 36 260.0
32 20.5 85 42.5 140.0
40 22.5 94 47 90.0
50 25.5 112 56 80.0
63 29.5 140 70 50.0
75 33.0 154 77 30.0
90 37.0 178 89 20.0
110 42.0 214 107 12.0

Size(mm) L1 L2 L Z PCS/CTN
Reducing Tee
(Soc x soc) 25 x 20 18 16.5 66 34 280
32 x 20 20.5 16.5 72 38 160
32 x 25 20.5 18.0 77 40 120
40 x 20 22.5 16.5 78 42 116
40 x 25 22.5 18.0 83 44 96
40 x 32 22.5 20.5 90 46 96
50 x 20 25.5 16.5 86 47 160
50 x 25 25.5 18.0 91 49 150
50 x 32 25.5 20.5 98 51 120
50 x 40 25.5 22.5 104 53 100
63 x 25 29.5 18.0 101 57 80
63 x 32 29.5 20.5 108 59 60
63 x 40 29.5 22.5 112 61 60
63 x 50 29.5 25.5 122 64 60
75 x 32 33 20.5 100 64
75 x 40 33 22.5 113 63.5
75 x 50 33 25.5 123 64.5
75 x 63 33 29.5 145 75 36
90 x 40 37 22.5 120 72
90 x 50 37 25.5 132 80
90 x 63 37 29.5 148 84 28
90 x 75 37 33.0 164 88 25
110 x 50
110 x 63
110 x 90

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Socket Fusion Joint Fittings

Cap Size(mm) L1 L PCS/CTN


(Soc ) 20 16.5 30.0 1500
25 18 34.0 900
32 20.5 43.0 450
40 22.5 54.0 240
50 25.5 58.0 140
63 29.5 68.0 150
75 33 80.0
90 37 95.0
110 42 112.0

Pipe Clam Size(mm) D L do d1 H PCS/CTN


20 20 27.5 19.8 5 22 1,080
25 25 32.5 24.6 5 25 1,050
32 32 39 31.5 5 29 960
40 40 47.5 38.5 5 32
50 50 57.5 48.5 5 37

Size
Female Thread Adapter (mm x inch)
L1 L2 L PCS/CTN
(Soc x Fipt with Metal Insert) 20 x 1/2 " 16.5 17.5 42 360
20 x 3/4 " 16.5 17.5 42 240
25 x 1/2 " 18 17.5 45 300
I 25 x 3/4 " 18 17.5 45 180
32x 1/2 " 20.5 17.5 47 180

32 x 3/4 " 20.5 17.5 47 210


32 x 1 " 20.5 23.0 59 128
40 x 1 " 22.5 23.0 60 120
40 x 1 1/4 " 22.5 23.0 64 64
II 50 x 1 1/4 " 25.5 23.0 66 64
50 x 1 1/2" 25.5 23.0 69 48
63 x 2" 29.5 25.0 77 44
75 x 2"

Size
Male Thread Adapter (mm x inch)
L1 L2 L PCS/CTN
(Soc x Mipt with Metal Insert) 20 x 1/2 " 16.5 14.0 56 240
I 20 x 3/4 " 16.5 14.0 56 180
25 x 1/2 " 18 14.0 59 245
25 x 3/4 " 18 14.0 59 180

32x 1/2 " 20.5 14.0 61 180


32 x 3/4 " 20.5 14.0 61 180
32 x 1 " 20.5 19.0 78 96
II 40 x 1 " 22.5 19.0 79 96
40 x 1 1/4 " 22.5 21.0 85 64
50 x 1 1/4 " 25.5 21.0 87 64
50 x 1 1/2" 25.5 21.0 90 64
63 x 2" 29.5 24.0 102 40
75 x 2"

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Socket Fusion Joint Fittings

Size
Female Thread Elbow L1 L2 H1 H2 PCS/CTN
(mm x inch)
(Soc x Fipt with Metal Insert) 20 x 1/2 " 16.5 17.5 30 36 240
20 x 3/4 " 16.5 17.5 33 36 210
25 x 1/2 " 18 17.5 33 38 210
I 25 x 3/4 " 18 17.5 35 38 180
32x 1/2 " 20.5 17.5 35 42 180

32 x 3/4 " 20.5 17.5 38 42 150


II 32 x 1 " 20.5 23.0 41 53 96
40 x 1 1/4 " 22.5 36.0 51 21.2
50 x 1 1/2" 22,5 36.0 51 66.5
63 x 2" 29.5 40.0 68 78.5
75 x 2 1/2" 33 45.0 79 89.5

Size
Male Thread Elbow (mm x inch)
L1 L2 H1 H2 PCS/CTN
(Soc x Mipt with Metal Insert) 20 x 1/2 " 16.5 14.0 30 50 240
20 x 3/4 " 16.5 14.0 33 50 150
25 x 1/2 " 18 14.0 33 52 210
I 25 x 3/4 " 18 14.0 35 52 150
32x 1/2 " 20.5 14.0 35 56 150

32 x 3/4 " 20.5 14.0 38 56 120


32 x 1 " 20.5 19.0 41 72 80
II
40 x 1 1/4 " 22.5 21.0 50 82.5
50 x 1 1/2" 25.5 21.0 56 87.5
63 x 2" 29.5 24.0 63 103
75 x 2 1/2" 33 28.0 74 118

Female Thread Elbow with Base Size


D1 D2 L S L1 do PCS/CTN
(mm x inch)
(Soc x Fipt with Metal Insert)
20 x 1/2 " 20 1/2" 35 50 16.0 5 210
20 x 3/4 " 20 3/4" 35 55 16.0 5 180
25 x 1/2 " 25 1/2" 37.5 50 18.0 5 180
25 x 3/4 " 25 3/4" 37.5 55 18.0 5 180

Male Thread Elbow with Base Size


(Soc x Mipt with Metal Insert) D1 D2 L S L1 do PCS/CTN
(mm x inch)

20 x 1/2 " 20 1/2" 49 50.0 16 5 180


20 x 3/4 " 20 3/4" 49 55.0 16 5 150
25 x 1/2 " 25 1/2" 51.5 50.0 18 5 180
25 x 3/4 " 25 3/4" 51.5 55.0 18 5 150

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Socket Fusion Joint Fittings

Female Thread Tee Size PCS/C


D1 D2 Z L2 L1 L
(mm x inch) TN
(Soc x Soc x Fipt with Metal Insert)
20 x 1/2 " 20 1/2 " 13.5 36 16.5 60 240
20 x 3/4 " 20 3/4 " 16.5 36 16.5 66 210
25 x 1/2 " 25 1/2 " 15 38 18.0 66 180
I 25 x 3/4 " 25 3/4 " 17 38 18.0 70 150
32x 1/2 " 32 1/2 " 14.5 42 20.5 70 160
32 x 3/4 " 32 3/4 " 17.5 42 20.5 76 144

II 32 x 1 " 32 1" 20 53 20.5 81 80


40 x 1 1/4 " 40 1 1/4 " 28.5 61.2 22.5 102
50 x 1 1/2" 50 1 1/2" 31.5 66.5 22.5 114
63 x 2" 63 2" 36.5 78.5 29.5 132
75 x 2 1/2" 72 2 1/2" 45 89.5 33.0 156

Male Thread Tee Size PCS/


D1 D2 Z L2 L1 L
(Soc x Soc x Mipt with Metal Insert) (mm x inch) CTN
20 x 1/2 " 20 1/2 " 13.5 50 16.5 60 180
20 x 3/4 " 20 3/4 " 16.5 50 16.5 66 150
25 x 1/2 " 25 1/2 " 15 52 18.0 66 150
I 25 x 3/4 " 25 3/4 " 17 52 18.0 70 120
32x 1/2 " 32 1/2 " 14.5 56 20.5 70 120
32 x 3/4 " 32 3/4 " 17.5 56 20.5 76 100

32 x 1 " 32 1" 20 72 20.5 81 80


II 40 x 1 1/4 " 40 1 1/4 " 27 82.5 22.5 99
50 x 1 1/2" 50 1 1/2" 30 87.5 25.5 111
63 x 2" 63 2" 32.25 103 29.5 124
75 x 2 1/2" 72 2 1/2" 41 118 33.0 148

Size PCS/CT
Female Thread Union (mm x inch)
D1 D2 L1 L2 L
N
(Soc x Fipt with Metal Insert)
20 x 1/2 " 20 1/2 " 16.0 16 42 180
25 x 3/4 " 25 3/4" 18.0 17 47 150
32 x 1 " 32 1" 20.5 18 52 90

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Socket Fusion Joint Fittings

Size
Male Thread Union (mm x inch)
D1 D2 L1 L2 L PCS/CTN
(Soc x Mipt with Metal Insert)
20 x 1/2 " 20 1/2 " 16.0 14 55 150
25 x 3/4 " 25 3/4" 18.0 14 60 120
32 x 1 " 32 1" 20.5 19 71 72

Size
Flexible Joint (mm x inch)
D1 D2 L L1 PCS/CTN
(Soc x Fipt with Metal ) 20 x 1/2 " 20 1/2" 67.0 16 300
20 x 3/4 " 20 3/4" 68.0 16 240
25 x 1/2 " 25 1/2" 69.0 18 240
25 x 3/4 " 25 3/4" 70.0 18 240
32 x 1 " 32 1" 79.0 21 150

Size(mm) D1 L1 L PCS/CTN
Stop Valve
(Soc x Soc) 20 20 16 64.0 96
25 25 18 74.0 72
32 32 20.5 82.0 48
40 40 22 85.0 40
50 50 25 115.0 30
63 63 29 121.0 20

Ball Valve Size(mm) L G H PCS/CTN


(Spig x Spig) 20 142 3/4" 35.0 96
25 153 1" 37.0 72
32 172 1 1/4" 47.5 36

Stub Flange Size(mm) L1 L D PCS/CTN


(Soc x Flange) 50 10 30 84.0 90

63 11 34 104.0 60
75 14 38 124.0

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Socket Fusion Joint Fittings

Flange (Steel Tray) Size(mm) D D1 N L PCS/CTN


50 (16 bars) 110 18 4.0 10
63 (16 bars) 125 18 4.0 12
75 (16 bars) 145 18 4.0 15

Rubber Gasket Size(mm) D1 D L H PCS/CTN


50 45 86 113.0 4
63 58 105 132.5 4
75 68 127 153.5 4

Ture Union Ball Valve Size(mm) D L1 L PCS/CTN


(Soc x Soc) 20 20 16 85.8
25 25 18 93.8
32 32 20 103.2

Male Thread Union Ball Valve Size(mm) D D1 L1 L PCS/CTN


(Soc x Mipt with Metal) 20 x 1/2 " 20 1/2" 16.0 78
25 x 3/4 " 25 3/4" 18.0 84
32 x 1 " 32 1" 20.0 96

Female Thread Union Size(mm) D D1 L1 L PCS/CTN


(Soc x Fipt with Metal Insert) 20 x 1/2 " 20 1/2" 16.0 72
25 x 3/4 " 25 3/4" 18.0 75
32 x 1 " 32 1" 20.0 86

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Socket Fusion Joint Fittings

PE/PE – RT Change Union (Soc x Soc) Size(mm) L L1 L2 D1 D2 PCS/CTN

20 68.2 16 16.0 20 20
25 74 18 18.0 25 25
32 82 20 20.0 32 32

PPR/PE Change Union (Soc x Soc) Size(mm) L L1 L2 D1 D2 PCS/CTN

20 68.2 16 16.0 20 20
25 74 18 18.0 25 25
32 82 20 20.0 32 32

Double u Clamp Size(mm) L H PCS/CTN


20 72.5 27.5
25 85 33.8
32 100.5 41
40 122 50
50 147.5 61
63 178 76

Size(mm) L H PCS/CTN
Pipe Clamp I (without Screw)
20 49 42
25 54 47
32 64 54
40 72 62.5
50 87 73
63 106 87.5
75 118.5 101
90 132 115
110 157 138.5
160 207 191

Size(mm) L H PCS/CTN
Pipe Clamp I (Screw) 20 49 96
25 54 101
32 64 108
40 72 116.5
50 87 127
63 106 140.5
75 118.5 154
90 132 178
110 157 200.5
160 207 251

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Socket Fusion Joint Fittings

Size(mm) L H PCS/CTN
Pipe Clamp I (Tusk Screw)
20 49 96
25 54 101
32 64 108
40 72 116.5
50 87 137
63 106 150.5
75 118.5 164
90 132 218
110 157 240.5
160 207 291

Pipe Clamp IV (without Screw) Size(mm) L H PCS/CTN


40 72.5 62.5
50 88.5 73
63 105 87.5
75 117.5 101
90 132 115
110 162 138.5

Pipe Clamp IV (Screw) Size(mm) L H PCS/CTN


40 72.5 111.5
50 88.5 127
63 105 140.5
75 117.5 154
90 132 178
110 162 200.5

Pipe Clamp IV (Tusk Screw) Size(mm) L H PCS/CTN

40 72.5 116.5
50 88.5 137.0
63 105 150.5
75 117.5 164.0
90 132 218.0
110 162 240.8

Definitions of abbreviated configuration description follow


Soc : Socket Fipt : Female Iron Pipe Thread
Spig : Spigot Mipt : Male Iron Pipe Thread
[16]
Butt Fusion Joint Fittings

[Features]
Material : PE 100
Size : full 75 mm through 800 mm availability
Pressure Rating : 10 bars,12.5 bars, 16 bars or other nominalpressure available upon request
Standard : ISO 4427 -3, EN 12201 -3, BS EN 12201 -3, AS/NZS 4129 BS 6920
Colors : - Blue (all size)
- Black (DN 110 or above)
- Other colors are also available upon request
Joint : Joining pipe and butt fusion joint fittings by butt fusion joint

[Advantages]
• Non - Toxic : no heavy metal additives, would not be covered with dirt or contaminated by bacterium
• Corrosion Resistance : resist chemical matters and electron chemical corrosion
• Low Installation Costs : light weight and ease of installation can reduce installation costs
• High flow capacity : smooth interior walls result in low pressure loss and high volume
• Longevity : more than 50 years under proper use

[17]
Butt Fusion Joint Fittings

Reducer

SDR Size(mm) L1 L2 L PCS/CTN SDR Size(mm) L1 L2 L PCS/CTN


11 75 x 63 70 75 156 60 17 355 x 200 80 80 287
11 90 x 63 65 79 172 40 17 355 x 250 77 77 242
11 90 x 75 70 80 164 40 17 355 x 315 90 90 220
11 110 x 50 70 83 196 36 17 400 x 200 70 70 260
11 110 x 63 70 80 196 36 17 400 x 250 80 80 248
11 110 x 75 70 80 184 32 17 400 x 315 80 85 215
11 110 x 90 70 80 169 30 17 400 x 355
11 125 x 63 70 80 200 24 17 450 x 200 70 70 254
11 125 x 90 84 98 242 24 17 450 x 250 85 85 248
11 125 x 110 80 80 178 20 17 450 x 315 90 100 270
11 160 x 90 80 90 242 12 17 450 x 400
11 160x 110 80 100 228 12 26 500 x 315 85 100 250
11 160 x 125 80 80 195 12 17 500 x 315 85 100 250
11 180 x 63 78 100 266 14 26 500 x 355 85 100 250
11 180 x 110 100 100 239 12 17 500 x 355 85 100 250
11 180 x 160 90 90 230 10 26 500 x 400 85 100 250
11 200 x 110 80 100 226 6 17 500 x 400 85 100 250
11 200 x 160 100 100 239 6 26 500 x 450
11 200 x 180 6 17 500 x 450 85 100 250
11 225 x 160 90 90 230 6 26 560 x 315
11 225 x 200 90 90 206 4 26 560 x 400
11 250 x 110 80 90 210 5 17 560 x 400 90 95 250
11 250 x 160 80 90 283 3 26 560 x 450
11 250 x 200 90 90 246 4 17 560 x 450
11 250 x 225 90 90 206 3 17 560 x 500 100 95 250
13.6 280 x 110 3 17 630 x 315 100 100 290
13.6 280 x 160 4 17 630 x 400 100 100 290
13.6 280 x 200 85 85 250 4 17 630 x 500 100 100 290
13.6 315 x 110 90 90 225 2
13.6 315 x 160 90 90 225 2
13.6 315 x 200 100 100 286 2
13.6 315 x 225 90 90 222 2
13.6 315 x 250 90 90 240
13.6 315 x 280 85 85 201

[18]
Butt Fusion Joint Fittings

o SDR Size(mm) Z L PCS/CTN


90 Elbow
11 75 132 75 30
11 90 150 85 20
11 110 163 87 12
11 125 171 87 8
11 160 200 100 5
11 180 210 95 4
11 200 225 100 3
17 225 265 120
11 225 265 120
17 250 292 130
11 250 292 130
17 280 316 138
11 280 316 138

SDR Size(mm) L1 L2 PCS/CTN


Reducer
(Soc x soc) 11 75 80 124 30
11 90 85 136 18
11 110 87 145 12
11 125 87 150 10
17 160 100 175
11 160 100 175
17 180 105 183
11 180 105 183
17 200 110 193
11 200 110 193
17 225 122 215
11 225 122 215
17 250 130 232
11 250 130 232
17 280 140 250
11 280 140 250

22.5o Elbow SDR Size(mm) L1 L2 PCS/CTN


11 50.0 55 87
11 63.0 63 95

[19]
Butt Fusion Joint Fittings

o
11.25 Elbow SDR Size(mm) L1 L2 PCS/CTN
11 50.0 55 87
11 63.0 63 95

SDR Size(mm) L1 L Z PCS/CTN


Tee
11 75 75 264 132 18
11 90 85 300 150 14
11 110 87 326 163 8
11 125 87 341 171 6
11 160 100 400 210 3
11 180 95 420 420 3
11 200 100 450 225 2
17 225 120 530 265
11 225 120 530 265
11 250 130 600 300
17 250 130 600 300
11 280 138 632 316
17 280 138 632 316
17 315 150 710 355
11 315
17 355 110 660 330
26 355 110 672 336
17 400 110 724 358

Reducing Tee SDR Size(mm) L1 L Z PCS/CTN


11 110 x 63 85 300 160 10
11 110 x 75 85 300 160 10
11 110 x 90 85 300 160 9
11 160 x 63 90 330 188 6
11 160 x 75 90 330 188 5
11 160 x 90 90 330 188 5
11 160 x 110 90 330 188 5
17 200 x 90 112 420 220
17 200 x 110 100 410 226
11 200 x 110 100 410 226
17 200 x 160 100 410 226
11 200 x 160 100 410 226
11 250 x 63 130 500 250
17 250 x 110 130 510 270
11 250 x 110 130 510 270
17 250 x 160 130 510 270
11 250 x 160 130 510 270

[20]
Butt Fusion Joint Fittings

Cap SDR Size(mm) L1 L PCS/CTN

11 63 51 82
11 75 75 113 100
17 90
11 90 75 120 60
11 110 74 130 40
11 125 80 143.5 24
11 160 98 179 15
11 180 88 180 12
11 200 98 199 8
11 225 90 204 5
11 250 97 224 4
13.6 280 78 220 4
11 315 74 140
17 355 74 120
11 400 74 160

SDR Size(mm) L1 L D PCS/CTN


Stub Flange
11 50 10 86 90
11 63 14 100 97
11 75 16 125 122 48
11 90 17 140 138 24
11 110 18 160 158 18
11 125 18 160 163 16
11 160 28 180 212 6
11 180 30 184 212 6
11 200 32 200 268 4
11 225
11 250 35 150 320 4
11 280 38 152 324 3
11 315 35 150 370
13.6 355 35 120 444
17 400 33 140 482
17 450
26 500 46 130 600
17 500 46 130 600
26 560 50 130 657
17 560 50 130 657
26 630 50 150 704
17 630 50 150 704

[21]
Butt Fusion Joint Fittings

Cap Size(mm) D D1 N L PCS/CTN


SDR 26 (6 bars)
1000 1120 30 28 26
1400 1560 36 36 27
1600 1760 36 40 29
SDR 21 (8 bars)
315
1200
SDR 17 (10 bars)
75
90
110
180
200 295
225 295
250 350
280 350
315 400
355 460
400 515
450 565
500 620
560 725
630 725
710 840
800 950
900 1,050
1000 1,160
1200 1,380
SDR 13.6(12.5 bars)
110
160
450
SDR 11 (16 bars)
50 110 18 4 10
63 125 18 4 18
75 145 18 4 18
90 160 18 8 20 48
110 180 18 8 22 36
125 180 18 8 22 32
160 240 22 8 24 32
180 240 22 8 24 15
200 295 22 12 26 15
225 295 22 12 26 8
250 355 26 12 29
280 355 26 12 29 4
315 410 26 12 32
355 470 25 16 34 3
400 525 30 16 32
450 585 30 20 40
500 650 34 20 48
560
630 770 36 20 54
800 950 39 24 42
1200

[22]
Butt Fusion Joint Fittings

Rubber Gasket Size(mm) D1 D L H PCS/CTN


75
90
110
125 102 162 188 4
140
160
180 148 212 238.5 4
200
225 184 273 299.5 4
250 229 320 348.5 4
280
315
355
400
450
500
560 516 690 716 5
630
710 630 810 837 5
800 738 915 942.5 5
900 770 1005 1085.5 6
1000 860 1110 1185 6
1200 1,045 1328 1419 6
1400 1,280 1510 1595 6
1600 1,465 1710 1795 6

Size(mm) L1 L2 L D1 D2 D PCS/CTN
Long –turn Flange
(One Piece) 125 20 27 80 125 102 215

[23]
Electro Fusion Fittings

[Features]
Material : PE 100
Size : full 20 mm through 400 mm availability
Pressure Rating : 16 bars or other nominalpressure available upon request
Standard : ISO 4427 -3, EN 12201 -3, BS EN 12201 -3, AS/NZS 4129 BS 6920
Colors : blue (all size) ,black or other colors are also available upon request
Joint : Joining pipe and butt fusion joint fittings by butt fusion joint

[Advantages]
• Non - Toxic : no heavy metal additives, would not be covered with dirt or contaminated by bacterium
• Corrosion Resistance : resist chemical matters and electron chemical corrosion
• Low Installation Costs : light weight and ease of installation can reduce installation costs
• High flow capacity : smooth interior walls result in low pressure loss and high volume
• Longevity : more than 50 years under proper use

[24]
Electro Fusion Fittings
Size(mm) L L1 PCS/CTN
E/F Coupling 20 84 41 350
25 84 41 320
32 90 44 240
40 100 49 180
50 113 55 120
63 129 63 80
75 143 70 48
90 161 79 32
110 167 82 18
125 177 87 12
160 199 98 6
180 213 105 4
200 227 112 4
225 243 120 2
250 261 129 2
280 273 135 2
315 304 150 1
355 332 164 1
400 362 179 1
450 394 195
500 425 210
630
o Size(mm) L L1 PCS/CTN
E/F 90 Elbow 20 54 41
25 56 41 240
32 65 44 160
40 74 49 100
50 86 55 60
63 100 63 40
75 114 70 24
90 131 79 16
110 145 82 9
125 159 87 6
160 190 96 4
180 206 105 2
200 225 112 2
250 265 129 1
315 320 150
400 395 179
o
E/F 45 Elbow Size(mm) L L1 PCS/CTN
32 56 44 180
40 64 49 120
50 73 55 80
63 85 63 50
75 95 70 48
90 107 79 20
110 116 82 12
125 127 87 8
160 150 98 4
180 157 105 3
200 170 112 2
250 202 129 1
315 238 150
400 280 179
[25]
Electro Fusion Fittings

Size(mm) L L1 L2 PCS/CTN
E/F Reducer
32 x 25
40 x 32 105 44 49 150
50 x 32 115 44 55 126
50 x 40 115 49 55 100
63 x 32 130 44 63 7272
63 x 40 130 49 63 70
63 x 50 130 55 63 48
75 x 63 145 63 70 28
90 x 63 175 63 79 28
90 x 75 175 70 79 33
110 x 50 160 55 82 20
110 x 63 180 63 82 24
110 x 75 180 70 82 24
110 x 90 180 79 82 14
125 x 90 195 79 85 6
160 x 90 224 79 98 6
160x 110 224 82 98 5
200 x 63 250 63 112
200 x 90 250 79 112 4
200 x 110 250 82 112 4
200 x 160 250 98 112 3
250 x 110 280 82 129 2
250 x 160 280 98 129 2
250 x 200 280 112 129
315 x 160 320 98 150 1
315 x 200 320 112 150 1
315 x 250 320 129 150
400 x 200 370 112 179
400 x 315 370 129 179

E/F Tee Size(mm) L L1 Z1 Z PCS/CTN


20 98 41 41 61 180
25 102 41 41 63
32 118 44 46 73 120
40 136 49 51 84 70
50 157 55 57 95 48
63 190 63 65 115 30
75 215 70 72 130 20
90 242 79 81 150 12
110 266 82 84 167 7
125 290 87 89 181 5
160 338 98 105 222 3
180 368 105 107 237 2
200 398 112 115 255 2
250 472 129 134 301 1
315 567 150 150 360
400 690 179 178 440

[26]
Electro Fusion Fittings

E/F Reducing Tee Size(mm) L L1 Z1 Z PCS/CTN


32 x 20 107 44 43 70 130
32 x 25 112 44 43 70 130
40 x 20 119 49 43 76 90
40 x 25 123 49 43 76 90
40 x 32 129 49 46 79 90
50 x 20 131 55 42 80 70
50 x 25 136 55 43 81 65
50 x 32 142 55 46 84 60
50 x 40 149 55 51 89 60
63 x 20 153 63 43 90 40
63 x 25 158 63 43 90 40
63 x 32 166 63 46 96 40
63 x 40 173 63 51 101 40
63 x 50 181 63 57 107 36
75 x 40 186 70 51 109
75 x 50 194 70 57 115
75 x 63 204 70 65 123
90 x 40 197 79 51 120 16
90 x 50 210 79 57 126 16
90 x 63 219 79 65 134 15
90 x 75 230 79 72 141 14
110 x 50 218 82 57 140 10
110 x 63 226 82 65 148 10
110 x 75 238 82 72 155 9
110 x 90 250 82 81 164 9
125 x 63 239 87 65 160 6
125 x 75 250 87 72 167 6
125 x 90 262 87 81 175 6
125 x 110 279 87 84 178 6
160 x 50 249 98 57 174 4
160 x 63 259 98 65 182 4
160 x 75 270 98 72 189 3
160 x 90 282 98 81 198 3
160x 110 298 98 84 201 3
180x 160 352 105 100 230
200 x 50 308 112 70 216 2
200 x 63 308 112 70 216 2
200 x 75 308 112 81 227
200 x 90 308 112 81 227
200 x 110 365 112 100 245 2
200 x 160 365 112 100 245 2
250 x 50 330 129 80 252
250 x 63 330 129 80 252
250 x 75 330 129 80 254
250 x 90 358 129 90 265
250 x 110 358 129 90 265 1
250 x 160 430 129 110 291 1
250 x 200 430 129 120 291 1
315 x 90 440 150 100 325
315 x 110 440 150 100 325
315 x 160 440 150 105 325
315 x 200 514 150 120 346
315 x 250 514 150 134 346
400 x 110 453 179 82 355
400 x 160 526 179 110 390
400 x 200 526 179 112 390
400 x 250 619 179 134 415
400 x 315 619 179 163 425
[27]
Electro Fusion Fittings

E/F Stub Flange Size(mm) L L1 PCS/CTN


110 129 126 20
160 129 124 7
200 139 135 6
250 143 138 3
315 159 150 1
400 185 175
500 220 210
630 288 255

E/F Flange (Steel Tray) Size(mm) N D1 D L PCS/CTN


110 8 18 180 22 3
160 8 22 240 24 1
200 12 22 295 26 1
250 12 26 355 29 1
315 12 26 410 32 1
400 16 30 525 36 1
500 20 33 650 44
630 20 36 770 54

E/F Stub Flange (short) Size(mm) L L1 PCS/CTN

110 88 85

[28]
Electro Fusion Fittings

E/F Straight Saddle Size(mm) PCS/CTN

90 x 63
110 x 63 30
125 x 63
160 x 63 30
200 x 63
200 x 90 12
250 x 90 12
315 x 110 4
315 x 160 3

E/F Tapping Saddle Size(mm) PCS/CTN

63 x 32
90 x 63
110 x 40
110 x 63
160 x 63
200 x 90
250 x 90
160 x 32 12

E/F Stop Saddle Size(mm) PCS/CTN

90
110
125
160
200
250
315

[29]
Fabricated Fittings

[Features]
Material : PE 100
Size : full 110 mm through 800 mm availability
Pressure Rating : 6 bars, 10 bars, 16 bars or other nominalpressure available upon request
Standard : ISO 4427 -3, EN 12201 -3, BS EN 12201 -3, BS 6920
Colors : blue, black with blue stripes or other colors are also available upon request
Joint : Joining pipe and fabricated fittings by butt fusion joint

[Advantages]
• Non - Toxic : no heavy metal additives, would not be covered with dirt or contaminated by bacterium
• Corrosion Resistance : resist chemical matters and electron chemical corrosion
• Low Installation Costs : light weight and ease of installation can reduce installation costs
• High flow capacity : smooth interior walls result in low pressure loss and high volume
• Longevity : more than 50 years under proper use

[30]
Fabricated Fittings

o
Fabricated 90 Elbow Size(mm) L1 L2 PCS/CTN
10 bars 16 bars
315 315 374 773
355 355 374 833
400 400 374 900
450 450 410 975
500 500 405 1100
560 560
630 630 526 1295
710 710
800 800
Nominal pressure is available in 6 bars, 10 bars, and 16 bars.

o
Fabricated 45 Elbow Size(mm) L1 L2 PCS/CTN
10 bars 16 bars
280 280 340 498
315 315 340 520
355 355 363 548
400 400 363 580
450 450 400 950
500 500
560 560 500 1180
630 630
710 710
800 800

Nominal pressure is available in 6 bars, 10 bars, and 16 bars.

o Size(mm) L1 L2 PCS/CTN
Fabricated 30 Elbow
10 bars 16 bars
280 280 325 400
630 630
1200 1,200 680 1002

Nominal pressure is available in 6 bars, 10 bars, and 16 bars.

[31]
Fabricated Fittings

o
Fabricated 11.25 Elbow Size(mm) L1 L2 PCS/CTN
10bar 16bar
125 125
180 180
200 200
250 250
315 315
630 630 540 602

Nominal pressure is available in 6 bars, 10 bars, and 16 bars.

o
Fabricated 22.5 Elbow Size(mm) L1 L2 PCS/CTN
10bar 16bar
90 90
110 110
125 125
160 160
180 180
200 200
280 280
315 315
630 630
800 800
1200 1,200 680 919

Nominal pressure is available in 6 bars, 10 bars, and 16 bars.

Fabricated Tee Size(mm) L1 L2 L PCS/CTN


315 300 460 920
355 300 480 960
400 300 500 1000
450 305 530 1060
500 350 600 1200
560
630 350 665 1330

Nominal pressure is available in 6 bars, 10 bars, and 16 bars.

[32]
Fabricated Fittings

Fabricated Reducing Tee Size(mm) L1 L2 L3 L4 PCS/CTN


355 x 125 670 393 223 160
355 x 160 670 382 203 160
400 x 63 720 380 295 145
400 x 75 720 395 283 155
400 x 90 720 400 273 155
400 x 110 720 415 263 160
400 x 125 720 425 248 160
400 x 160 720 405 228 160
Size(mm) L1 L2 L3 L4 PCS/CTN 450 x 63 720 400 295 145
200 x 63 600 275 235 145 450 x 75 720 410 283 155
200 x 75 600 285 223 155 450 x 90 720 425 273 155
200 x 90 600 290 213 155 450 x 110 720 430 263 160
225 x 63 600 288 235 145 450 x 125 720 440 248 160
225 x 75 600 298 223 155
450 x 160 720 430 228 160
225 x 90 600 303 213 155
225 x 110 600 308 203 160 500 x 63 760 430 315 145
250 x 63 630 300 250 145 500 x 75 760 440 303 155
250 x 75 630 310 238 155 500 x 90 760 455 293 155
250 x 90 630 315 228 155 500 x 110 760 460 283 160
250 x 110 630 320 218 160 500 x 125 760 470 268 160
250 x 125 630 325 203 160 500 x 160 760 460 248 160
280 x 63 670 315 270 145
560 x 110 760 485 283 160
280 x 75 670 335 258 155
280 x 90 670 340 248 155 560 x 160 760 490 248 160
280 x 110 670 345 238 160 630 x 63 760 500 315 145
280 x 125 670 335 223 160 630 x 75 760 510 303 155
315 x 63 670 343 270 145 630 x 90 760 530 393 155
315 x 75 670 353 258 155 630 x 110 760 535 283 160
315 x 90 670 358 248 155 630 x 125 760 540 268 160
315 x 110 670 363 238 160
630 x 160 760 530 248 160
Nominal pressure is available in 6 bars, 10 bars, and 16 bars.

Fabricated Cross Size(mm) L1 L2 L PCS/CTN


110 150 205 410
125 150 215 430
160 150 230 460
200
225 150 250 500
250 150 265 530
280 250 350 750
315
355 300 460 920
400 300 480 960
450 300 500 1000
500
560
630

Nominal pressure is available in 6 bars, 10 bars, and 16 bars.

[33]
Fabricated Fittings

Fabricated Reducing Tee Assembly Size(mm) L1 L2 L3 L4 PCS/CTN


355 x 50 670 398 270 30 2
355 x 180 960 1050 302.5 80 4
355 x 200 960 850 302.5 100 3
355 x 225 960 800 302.5 90 3
355 x 250 960 820 302.5 88 3
355 x 280 960 785 302.5 85 3
355 x 315 960 590 302.5 90 2
400 x 50 720 420 295 30 3
400 x 200 1000 850 300 100 3
400 x 225 1000 820 300 90 3
400 x 250 1000 841 300 88 3
400 x 280 1000 800 300 85 3
400 x 315 1000 610 300 77 2
400 x 355 1000 600 300 30 2
450 x 180 1060 1300 305 80 4
450 x 200 1060 1173 305 100 3
450 x 225 1060 1100 305 90 3
450 x 250 1060 1126 305 88 3
450 x 280 1060 1085 305 77 3
450 x 315 1060 895 305 30 2
450 x 355 1060 895 305 90 2
450 x 400 1060 895 305 130 2
Size(mm) L1 L2 L3 L4 PCS/CTN 500 x 180 1200 1390 350 80 5
500 x 200 1200 1196 350 100 4
200 x 50 600 315 235 30 2
500 x 225 1200 1194 350 90 4
200 x 110 440 500 120 78 2
500 x 250 1200 1150 350 88 4
200 x 125 440 650 120 70 3
500 x 280 1200 1110 350 85 4
200 x 160 440 450 120 100 2
500 x 315 1200 920 350 85 3
225 x 125 530 705 152.5 80 3
500 x 355 1200 350 3
225 x 160 530 485 152.5 90 2
500 x 400 1200 710 350 110 2
225 x 200 530 400 152.5 90 2
500 x 450 1200 350 2
250 x 50 630 340 250 30 2 560 x 225 1260 1421 350 90 4
250 x 160 600 570 165 90 2 560 x 280 1260 1400 350 80 4
250 x 200 600 500 165 100 2 560 x 315 1260 1200 350 85 3
250 x 225 600 450 165 90 2 630 x 180 1330 1800 350 80 6
280 x 160 632 588 176 100 2 630 x 200 1330 1610 350 100 5
280 x 200 632 550 176 90 2 630 x 225 1330 1546 350 90 5
315 x 50 670 383 270 30 3 630 x 250 1330 1564 350 88 5
315 x 180 920 800 302.5 80 3 630 x 280 1330 1300 350 85 5
315 x 200 920 638 302.5 100 2 630 x 315 1330 1285 350 85 4
315 x 225 920 575 302.5 90 2 630 x 355 1330 350 4
315 x 250 920 590 302.5 88 2 630 x 400 1330 1080 350 120 3
315 x 280 920 550 302.5 85 2 630 x 450 1330 1335 350 80 3
630 x 500 1330 1055 350 60 2
Nominal pressure is available in 6 bars, 10 bars, and 16 bars.

[34]
Tools

Model Application Range


Pipe Cutter
TU 140 50 ̴ 140
T3 100 ̴ 160

T4 180 ̴ 315

Model Application Range


Blade Scraper
Small Scraper 1.5"
Big Scraper 2.0"

Model Application Range


Rotation Scraper
RTC160 50 ̴ 160
RTC315 75 ̴ 315

Model Application Range


Socket Fusion
Welding Machine 1000w 20 ̴ 63
1600w 75 ̴ 110
2500w 160

Model Application Range


Melting Socket 20
25
32
40
50
63
75
90
110
160

Butt Fusion Welding Machine Model Application Range


160 63 ̴ 160
250 90 ̴ 160
250 110 ̴ 250
315 160 ̴ 315
450 280 ̴ 450
630 400 ̴ 630
800 630 ̴ 800
1200 900 ̴ 1200

Model Application Range


Electro Fusion
Welding Machine DRJ-CA-9C
DRJ-CA-15C
It can save the data and the data can be printed when connecting to the
computer

[35]
Characteristic

3.1 Corrosion resistance


3.2 No leaks in the fusion weld joint. PE pipe are mainly used fusion weld joint to ensure the identy of
the material, structure of the fittings and the pipe
3.3 The great technical and economic value of the flexibility of PE piping system. Mainly as below :

3.3a PE pipe can be coiled due to it`s excellent 3.3b For reducing workload of joint, PE pipe in large
flexibility, can be supplied with long length, avoiding diameter can be joint on the ground ( outside the
the mass usage of joint and fittings, reducing the groove) before devoted into the groove.
workload of joint. By considering the practicality, our
company can supplied coiled PE pipe if the diameter
not more than 63mm.

3.3c Directional drilling technique can be used in the 3.3d Submerge the long pipe when laying the pipe in
joint of the PE pipe in some places due to it`s the river or lake. Connect the pipe on the fixed
flexibility, lightweight and excellent scratch location before the pipes are submerge with heavy
resistance. Suitable place includes the road, base of articles.
the railroad, river, etc.

3.3e Repair the old urban water supply pipe by PE


pipe as the lined pipe

3.4 Effective resist the underground movement and the point load. PE pipe has excellent flexibility
and strong differential settlement resistance, extension rate ate break has exceeds 350%.
3.5 Excellent resistance to fast crack propagation
3.6 Long service life. The PE pipe can be used for more than 50 years under proper use.
3.7 Environment-friendly. PE pipe can be recycled. It won`t produce harmful matter to the
environment even burn it out.

[36]
Installations: Socket Fusion Joint

[1] Socket Fusion Joint


Step: (Use Socket Fusion Welding Machine)
(1) Check and measure
• Check the pipe and fittings to see wheter they are
damaged, and make the incision smooth.
• Measure the depth of socket, mark on the pipe surface.

(2) Chamfer
o
• Chamfer the nozzle, the angle should be 30 ,the length
of surface groove should not exceed 2.0 mm.

(3) Clean and Dry


• Clean and dry the pipe`s spigot and the fittings` socket

(4) Heat
• Push the end of the pipe and fittings, without turning,
upto the welding depth into the welding machine, heat
up to the end of pipe and fittings.

(5) Join and Cool


• Pull out the pipe and fittings from the welding machine
when the the scheduled heating is over, insert the
pipe`s spigot into the fittings` socket evenly and swiftly.
• No continue the next step until schedule cooling is over

Recommended technical parameter for Socket Fusion Joint


o o
(Thermal temeperature is 260 C ± C)

Outer diameter (mm) Heating Time(s) Maximum Transit Time (s) Minimum cooling Time(s)

20 5 4 2
25 7 4 2
32 8 6 4
40 12 6 4
50 18 6 4
63 24 8 6
[37]
Installations: Butt Fusion Joint

[2] Butt Fusion Joint


Step: (Use Butt Fusion Welding Machine)

(1) Prepare
• Prepare the necessary tools..

(2) Clamp and Clean


• Clamp dwon the pipe on the jig, clean up the joint parts,
mill the joint sides, and then adjust the joint parts to
make the misplacement less than 10 % of the wall
thickness.

(3) Heat
• Put Heating panel.

(4) Join
• Remove the heating panel after finishing heating, join
the two heating parts swiftly, incrase pressure up to the
fusion-joint pressure and keep untul it cools down.

(5) Complete
• Butt Fusion Joint is completed.

Recommended welding parameter,which should be followed by the welders


o o
(Thermal temeperature is 260 C ± C)
Cooling time for the
Preheating Curling Height PreheatingTime (s) Allowed
Wall Thickness Weld Seam under
(mm) (Preheating (Temperature is 210 Maximum
(mm) Pressure – reserving
Temperature is 210 ±10oC) ±10oC)) Transit Time(s)
State (min))
2.0 - 3.9 0.5 30 – 40 4 4–5
4.3 - 6.9 0.5 40 – 70 5 6 – 10
7.0 – 11.4 1.0 70 – 120 6 10 – 16
12.2 – 18.2 1.0 120 – 170 8 17 – 24
20.1 – 25.5 1.5 210 – 250 10 25 – 32
28.3 – 32.2 1.5 280 – 320 12 33 - 40

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Installations: Butt Fusion Joint

Application of Butt Fusion Joint at Sites

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Installations: Electro Fusion Joint

[3] Electro Fusion Joint


Step: (Use Electro Fusion Welding Machine)

(1) Clean and Mark


• Clean up the connection part, mark the inserting depth.

(2) Scrape
• Scrape and polish the joint surface.

(3) Align and restrain the fittings to the pipes

(4) Apply electric current


• Apply the electric current to the fittings; the joining parts
will be heated and melted, turn off the current when
there is melt flowing in the observation hole.

(5) Cool
• Cool without movement or pressure.

Note : While connecting, the heating voltage and time should comply with manufacture`s technical
stipulation of Electro Fusion Welding Machine.

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Installations: Transition Joint

[4] Transition Joint


Join the PE pipe and the iron pipe by Flange Joint

(1) Preparation
• Prepare the necessary tools and accessories.
• Check and clean the accessories
(2) Put the pipe in the flange tray.
(3) Use socket fusion joint or butt fusion joint on the pipe and the flange stub.
(4) Put the rubber ring between the two flange stubs, and then tighten the bolts.

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Trenchless Technology

Trenchless Technology
The technology of detecting, laying, repairing and changing various kinds of pipe by no
excavacation.
Horizontal Directional Drilling Technology
The installation technology of directional drilling,chambering and pulling the pipe from different
depth and different sratum by using the directional drilling equipments and location apparatus.

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