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UPVC Pipes ISO SDR Series

ISO 1452-2 PVC Pressure Pipe | Solvent Weld & Gasketed Integral Bell

AGM’s ISO 1452-2 Solvent Weld & Gasketed Integral Bell Pipe product line is manufactured to meet the needs of residential & commercial plumbing, and other pressure applications. With top quality raw materials and modern processing technology, our ISO 1452-2 pipe meets all industry standards in addition to our own rigorous quality control standards.

AGM produces ISO 1452-2 Solvent Weld & Gasketed Integral Bell pipe in solid wall.

AGM USES SABIC UPVC RAW MATERIALS IN ORDER TO ASSURANCE OF HIGH QUALITY PRODUCTS.
USE OF PVC PIPE IN EXHAUST SYSTEMS

WARNING: Failure to follow these instructions exactly could result in serious injury, death, or property damage.

WARNING: Flue gas temperature should not exceed 45° Celsius. PVC pipe exposed to temperatures higher than 45° Celsius may melt or change shape, resulting in leakage of exhaust fumes and property damage.

WARNING CARBON MONOXIDE POISONING HAZARD: Vent pipe must be properly installed in accordance with all local and national plumbing and HVAC installation standards and codes.

AGM assumes no responsibility for equipment installed in violation of any code or regulation.

Key:
a) Start of sealing area.
b) End of cylindrical part of socket and pipe.

The nominal pipe length, l, shall be a minimum length which does not include the depth of
the socketed portions.

Notes:
1. These dimensions are for estimating purposes only.
All dimensions are in Millimeter unless otherwise specified.
2. SDR = Standard Dimension Ratio
3. ISO Pressure Rating between 25°C & 45°C includes 2:1 safety factor.
4. Internal diameter calculated using nominal outside diameter and minimum wall thickness.

Derating factor for service temperatures between 25 °C and 45 °C

The derating factor, fT, for service temperatures between 25 °C up to 45 °C shall be taken from Figure A.1.
The derating factor is based on long-term experience and test results.

EXAMPLE Consider a pipe with PN 12,5 to be applied for water at 40 °C. From Figure A.1 the derating factor at 40 °C is 0,71. Therefore the maximum allowable operating pressure at 40 °C in continuous use is: 0,71 × 12,5 bar 8,88 bars.

Key:
X service temperature, in degrees Celsius
Y derating factor, fT

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