HDPE Fitting

HDPE Fitting

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The properties of PE100 pipe are determined at standard temperatures of 20°C or 23°C. These properties can be significantly affected by temperature, so at higher temperature the properties, including MRS, decrease. At higher temperatures it may be necessary to apply reduction factors to MRS, and consequently MOP.

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  • Features and Specifications
  • Applications
  • Manufactured from virgin high performing special grade raw material PE-80 & PE-100.

  • State-of-the art machinery producing high quality pipes.

  • With Phase-I and Phase-II approval.

  • Minimum required strength (MRS) of 8 MPa & 10 MPa.

  • Suitable for working pressure up to 7.0 bar.

  • Wide range starting from 20mm to 355mm OD.

  • 50, 100 and 150m coils up to size 110mm.

  • 6m length on all sizes above 110mm.

  • Specification conforming to IS-14885 & ISO 4437 - SDR17.6, 13.6, 11 & 9.

  • High resistance to chemical reaction.

  • Light weight and flexible.

  • Easy handling and jointing leading to reduced cost.

  • Easy repair in the event of damage.

  • No outer painting required.

  • Very low maintenance cost.

  • Very low friction.

  • Outstanding ability to withstand Rapid Crack propagation (RCP).

  • High resistance to Crack Growth.

  • Very high abrasion resistances.

Srl Property Units Requirements Test Parameters Test Method
01 Wall Thickness mm PE - 80 & PE -100 SDR series - ISO-3126
02 Hydrostatic Strength (HS) h Failure time > 100 h PE-80-9.0 MPa-20ºC ISO-1167
Failure time > 165 h PE-80-4.6 MPa-80ºC
Failure time > 1000 h PE-80-4.0 MPa-80ºC
03 Elongation at Break % ≥ 350 - ISO-6259/3
04 Density Kg/m³ ≥ 930 23ºC ISO-1183
ISO-1872/1
05 Thermal Stability
(Oxidation Induction Time)
Min. ≥ 20 200ºC ISO TR10837
06 Melt Flow Rate 9/10 Min 0.2 to 1.1 190ºC 5 Kg ISO-4440/1
07 Tensile Strength MPa 15 Min 23ºC IS: 14885
08 Elongation at Break % 350 Min 23ºC IS: 14885