Plaströr

Ämnesområden: Plaströr
Kommittébeteckning: SIS/TK 156 (Plast)
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Svarsdatum: den 21 aug 2019
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This document specifies six test methods for the determination of the initial circumferential tensile wall strength per unit of length of glass-reinforced thermosetting plastics (GRP) pipes.

NOTE Another commonly used term for "circumferential tensile strength" is "hoop tensile strength" and the two expressions can be used interchangeably.

The burst test (method A) is suitable for all types and sizes of pipes. It is considered the reference method. However, all the methods in document have equal validity. If correlation of any of the methods B to F can be established by a comparative test programme, then that method can be considered as the reference method.

The split disc test (method B) might not be suitable for pipes with helically wound reinforcing layers.

The strip test (method C), the modified strip test (method D) and the restrained strip test (method E) are suitable for pipes with a nominal size of DN 500 and greater.

The notched plate test (method F) is primarily intended for use with helically wound pipes of nominal size greater than DN 500 with a winding angle other than approximately 90°.

Results from one method are not necessarily equal to the results derived from any of the alternative methods.

If required, the initial circumferential tensile modulus can be determined by method A.

Kommittébeteckning: SIS/TK 156 (Plast)
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This document, in conjunction with ISO 11298-1, specifies requirements and test methods for cured-in-place pipes and fittings used for the renovation of water supply networks which transport water intended for human consumption, including raw water intake pipelines.

It applies to independent (fully structural, class A) and interactive (semi structural, class B) pressure pipe liners, as defined in ISO 11295, which do not rely on adhesion to the existing pipeline. It applies to the use of various thermosetting resin systems, in combination with compatible fibrous carrier materials, reinforcement, and other process-related plastics components (see 5.1).

It does not include requirements or test methods for resistance to cyclic loading or the pressure rating of CIPP liners where passing through bends, which are outside the scope of this document.

It is applicable to cured-in-place pipe lining systems intended to be used at a service temperature of up to 25 °C.

NOTE For applications operating at service temperatures greater than 25 °C guidance on re-rating factors can be supplied by the system supplier.

Kommittébeteckning: SIS/TK 156 (Plast)
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This document specifies the properties of piping system components made from glass-reinforced thermosetting plastics (GRP) based on unsaturated polyester resin (UP). It is suited for all types of water supply, drainage and sewerage with or without pressure. Types of water supply include, but are not limited to, raw water, irrigation, cooling water, potable water, salt water, sea water, penstocks in power plants, processing plants and other water-based applications. This document is applicable to GRP UP piping systems, with flexible or rigid joints with or without end thrust load-bearing capability, primarily intended for use in direct buried installations.

NOTE 1 For the purpose of this document, the term polyester resin (UP) also includes vinyl-ester resins (VE).

NOTE 2 Piping systems conforming to this document can also be used for non-buried applications, provided the influence of the environment and the supports are considered in the design of the pipes, fittings and joints.

NOTE 3 This document can also apply for other installations, such as slip-lining rehabilitation of existing pipes.

NOTE 4 This document is also referenced in ISO 25780, which specifies requirements for GRP-pipes used for jacking installation.

The requirements for the hydrostatic pressure design of pipes referring to this document meet the requirements of ISO/TS 20656-1 and the general principle for the reliability of structures detailed in ISO 2394 and in EN 1990. These International Standards provide procedures for the harmonization of design practices and address the probability of failure, as well as possible consequences of failures. The design practices are based on a partial safety factor concept, as well as on risk management engineering.

This document is applicable to pipes, fittings and their joints of nominal sizes from DN 50 to DN 4000 which are intended to be used for the conveyance of water at temperatures up to 50 °C, with or without pressure. In a pipework system, pipes and fittings of different nominal pressure and stiffness ratings may be used together. Clause 4 specifies the general aspects of GRP UP piping systems intended to be used in the field of drainage or sewerage with or without pressure.

Clause 5 specifies the characteristics of pipes made from GRP UP with or without aggregates and/or fillers. The pipes may have a thermoplastics or thermosetting resin liner. Clause 5 also specifies the test parameters for the test methods referred to in this document.

Clause 6 specifies the characteristics of fittings made from GRP UP, with or without a thermoplastics or thermosetting resin liner, intended to be used in the field of drainage and sewerage. Clause 6 specifies the dimensional and performance requirements for bends, branches, reducers, saddles and flanged adaptors. Clause 6 covers requirements to prove the structural design of fittings. It is applicable to fittings made using any of the following techniques:

— fabrication from straight pipes;

— moulding by

1) filament winding,

2) tape winding,

3) contact moulding, and

4) hot or cold compression moulding.

Clause 7 is applicable to the joints to be used in GRP UP piping systems to be used for the conveyance of surface water and sewerage, both buried and non-buried. It covers requirements to prove the design of the joint. Clause 7 specifies type test performance requirements for the following joints as a function of the declared nominal pressure rating of the pipeline or system:

a) socket-and-spigot (including double-socket) joints or mechanical joints;

b) locked socket-and-spigot joints;

c) cemented or wrapped joints;

d) bolted flange joints.