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Specifications
   Material       
   Your choices are...         
   ABS       Acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene (ABS) is a hard, rigid, thermoplastic polymer. It provides good chemical and creep resistance, and offers dimensional stability. ABS is used in many industries and in a wide variety of applications. Generally inexpensive, ABS is prone to crack when under stress. Common trade names include Cyclolac® (GE Plastics), Lustran® (Bayer) and Novodur® (Bayer). 
   Aluminum       Aluminum is a bluish, silver-white, malleable, ductile, light, trivalent, metallic element with good electrical and thermal conductivity, high reflectivity, and resistance to oxidation. 
   Brass       Brass is an alloy of copper and zinc, often with additional elements such as lead or tin. Brass is characterized by good strength, excellent high-temperature ductility, and reasonable cold ductility. It has good electrical conductivity, excellent corrosion-resistance, good bearing properties, and low magnetic permeability. 
   Bronze       Bronze is an alloy of copper with other elements such as aluminum, silicon or tin (i.e., aluminum bronze, silicon bronze, tin bronze). 
   Carbon / Graphite       Carbon or graphite has an extremely high melting point and is resistant to many molten non-ferrous metals, ceramics and salts. Carbon pipe is used in chemical manufacturing, in heat treating furnaces, in non-ferrous metal production, and by the ceramic industry. 
   Ceramic / Ceramic-lined       Ceramic and ceramic-lined materials are made of metal oxides, carbides, nitrides, or combinations of these compounds. Typically, ceramics are formed from powders that are consolidated in a high-temperature firing process. Most ceramics resist high temperatures and chemicals, but have low electrical and thermal conductivity. 
   Clay / Vitrified Clay       Vitrified clay is composed of crushed and blended clays that are fired at a succession of temperatures to provide excellent strength and a glossy finish. General characteristics include resistance to internal and external chemical corrosion, abrasion, and heat. Vitrified clay is used in many industrial applications, most notably as tile or piping. 
   Concrete       Concrete is a composite of cement, sand, and aggregate. Frequently, additives are used to enhance qualities such as strength or water resistance. Often, concrete pipe is used for large-scale infrastructure applications due to its strength and durability. 
   CPVC       Chlorinated polyvinyl chloride (CPVC) is a common, versatile pipe material. CPVC shares many of the same advantages and uses as PVC, but typically carries higher temperature ratings. 
   EPDM       Ethylene propylene (EPDM) offers good resistance to sunlight, weathering, and ozone. EPDM has poor resistance to petroleum oils and fuel, but good heat resistance and compression-set resistance. Its suggested operating temperatures are -70° to 275° F. Trade names for EPDM include Nordel® (DuPont Dow Elastomers), Vistalon® (Exxon Mobil Chemical), Epsyn® (DSM Elastomers), Royalene® (Uniroyal Chemical), and Epcar® (B.F. Goodrich). 
   Fiberglass / Composite       Fiberglass-reinforced plastics are the largest class of composites used in pipe manufacturing. Other composites used in pipe and tube-forming for chemical and structural applications include graphite, aramid fiber-reinforced plastics, and aluminum-plastic composites. 
   Fluoropolymers (PFA, FEP, ETFE, etc.)       Fluoropolymers are family of fluorocarbon-based polymers with multiple strong carbon–fluorine bonds. They are characterized by a high resistance to solvents, acids, and bases.  Fluoropolymers covered here include:  PFA, FEP, ETFE, PVF, ECTFE, PCTFE, MFA and UHP PFA. 
   Glass / Glass-lined       Glass and glass-lined materials have properties such as smoothness, nonconductivity, relative inertness, and resistance to acids and other corrosive media. The chemical resistance of glass makes it suitable for many chemical-processing applications. 
   Iron (Gray / Cast)       The term "cast iron" refers not to a single material, but to a family of materials whose major constituent is iron, with varying amounts of carbon and silicon. Gray cast iron incorporates the graphite form of carbon in a flaky structure within the iron. Because of its durability and excellent corrosion-resistance, cast iron has been widely used in pipes and fittings for hundreds of years in both water and wastewater applications. The term soil pipe is often used to designate cast-iron pipe of any size and for any purpose in connection with a plumbing system. 
   Iron (Ductile)       Ductile iron is a form of cast iron that incorporates significant casting refinements, additional metallurgical processes, and superior quality control. Post-casting heat treatment nodulizes the graphite into spheroidal shapes, giving ductile iron greater elongation, impact strength, and toughness than gray cast iron. In fact, the properties of ductile iron resemble those of steel more closely than traditional gray cast iron.  Ductile iron retains the machinability of gray iron, and its high corrosion resistance is often enhanced with polyethylene (PE) encasement. Ductile iron is sometimes called "nodular iron" or "S.G. iron". 
   Lead       Lead pipe is used in chemical, nuclear, and other applications.  Lead is noted for its durability, versatile formability, economy, and ability to deform plastically, thereby avoiding catastrophic failure. Environmental regulations govern the use of lead pipe in some water-supply applications.  
   Neoprene / Rubber / Elastomer       Neoprene is the most common of several elastomeric products used in pipe fabrication. A synthetic rubber, neoprene resists degradation from sun, ozone, and weather. Neoprene also performs well in contact with oils and many chemicals. It remains useful over a wide range of temperatures, displays outstanding physical toughness, and resists burning inherently better than exclusively hydrocarbon rubbers. Neoprene also offers resistance to damage caused by flexing and twisting. Its suggested operating temperature is -45° to 230° F. 
   Nylon / Polyamide       Nylon, comprising several grades of polyamides, is a general- purpose material in wide use. It is tough and resistant to most oils, gasoline, etc., and has good pressure ratings. 
   Polyethylene (PE, HDPE)       Polyethylene or PE (including high-density polyethylene or HDPE) is a semi-crystalline (typically around 50%), whitish, semi-opaque, commodity thermoplastic that is soft, flexible and tough - even at low temperatures - with outstanding electrical properties. Polyethylene has very good chemical resistance, but has poor temperature resistance and is prone to environmental stress-cracking. PE has poor ultraviolet (UV) resistance unless modified, and poor barrier properties - except to water. 
   Polypropylene (PP)       Polypropylene (PP) is a thermoplastic material with excellent cold flow, bi-axial strength, and yield elongation properties. PP is similar to PVC, but can be used in exposed applications because of its resistance to UV, weathering, and ozone. 
   PTFE / PTFE-Lined       Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) is an insoluble compound that exhibits a high degree of chemical resistance and a low coefficient of friction. It is sometimes marketed in proprietary classes of materials such as Teflon® (DuPont). This selection includes pipes that use PTFE as the primary material, or are lined with PTFE. 
   PVC       Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) is a widely-used material with good flexibility, a smooth surface, and nontoxic qualities. Because PVC is inert, some grades are used in food and chemical processing. 
   Steel - Carbon and Alloy       This is a generic classification for general-purpose carbon steel, mild steel, and steel alloys that contain additions of chrome, nickel, molybdenum, vanadium, or other elements to alter hardenability characteristics, toughness, hardness, corrosion resistance, and/or strength. Typically, "black pipe" is made of carbon steel. 
   Steel - Stainless       Stainless steel is chemical and corrosion resistant and can have relatively high pressure ratings. This selection includes all grades of stainless steel. 
   Titanium       Commercially pure (CP) titanium piping provides excellent corrosion resistance and is an important choice for some chemical-processing applications. Typically, CP titanium provides better corrosion-resistance and formability, but lower strength than alpha-beta titanium alloys such as Ti-6Al-4V. 
   Zirconium       Because of its outstanding corrosion resistance, zirconium is an important refractory metal for nuclear power generation and chemical processing applications. Zirconium’s low neutron absorption cross-section makes it a good choice for components and fuel supports (tubes) in nuclear reactors. 
   Other       Other unlisted, proprietary or specialized materials. 
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   Standard Nominal English Sizes:      English sizes are approximations of the pipe size. Smaller pipes have an internal diameter (ID) roughly approximate to the nominal size. Larger pipes match the outside diameter (OD) more closely. Refer to the table below for some actual dimensions for selected nominal sizes.
   Your choices are...         
   1/8"         
   1/4"         
   3/8"         
   1/2"         
   3/4"         
   1"         
   1 1/4"         
   1 1/2"         
   2"         
   2 1/2"         
   3"         
   3 1/2"         
   4"         
   5"         
   6"         
   8"         
   10"         
   12"         
   14"         
   16"         
   18"         
   20"         
   22"         
   24"         
   26"         
   28"         
   30"         
   32"         
   34"         
   36"         
   Other Size <36"         
   Other Size >36"         
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   Metric Sizes:       
   Your choices are...         
   <10mm         
   10mm - 20mm         
   20mm - 30mm         
   30mm - 40mm         
   40mm - 50mm         
   50mm - 100mm         
   100mm - 200mm         
   200mm - 500mm         
   500mm - 1000mm         
   >1000mm         
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   Maximum Pressure       This is the maximum service pressure. 
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   Temperature Range       This is the full-required range of ambient operating temperature. 
   Search Logic:      User may specify either, both, or neither of the limits in a "From - To" range; when both are specified, matching products will cover entire range. Products returned as matches will meet all specified criteria.
   Wall Thickness:       Wall thickness may be specified numerically, or a schedule size may be chosen for pipe that conforms to the standard schedule dimensions. 
   Search Logic:      User may specify either, both, or neither of the "At Least" and "No More Than" values. Products returned as matches will meet all specified criteria.
   Pipe Schedule (if applicable):      The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) assigns schedule numbers to classify wall thicknesses at different pressures. ANSI schedule numbers cover all pipe sizes, from NPS 1/8 through NPS 36, identified as Standard (STD), Extra Strong (XS) and Double Extra Strong (XXS), and all wall thicknesses by ANSI schedule number. Refer to the second table below for selected schedule sizes and their associated weights and dimensions for steel pipe.
   Your choices are...         
   5S         
   10S         
   40S         
   80S         
   10         
   20         
   30         
   40         
   60         
   80         
   100         
   120         
   140         
   160         
   STD         
   XS         
   XXS         
   SDR 13.5         
   SDR 21         
   SDR 26         
   SDR 41         
   Other         
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   Section Shape:       
   Your choices are...         
   Round       Pipes have a circular cross-section. Round is the most common section shape. 
   Oval       Pipes have a round section with a major and minor axis.  
   Square       Pipes have a four-sided section of equal lengths. 
   Rectangular       Pipes have a four-sided section with an unequal height and width. 
   Other       Other unlisted section shapes. 
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   Tables:         
   Actual Sizes for Selected Nominal Sizes      

Nominal Size

Actual Dimensions

Schedule 40

Schedule 80

ID

OD

ID

OD

1/8”

0.269

0.405

0.215

0.405

¼”

0.364

0.540

0.302

0.540

3/8”

0.493

0.675

0.423

0.675

½”

0.622

0.840

0.546

0.840

¾”

0.824

1.050

0.742

1.050

1”

1.049

1.315

0.957

1.315

1¼”

1.380

1.660

1.278

1.660

1½”

1.610

1.900

1.500

1.900

2”

2.067

2.375

1.939

2.375

2½”

2.469

2.875

2.323

2.875

3”

3.068

3.500

2.900

3.500

3½”

3.548

4.000

3.364

4.000

4”

4.026

4.500

3.826

4.500

5”

5.047

5.563

4.813

5.563

6”

6.065

6.625

5.761

6.625

 
   Selected Schedule Weights & Dimensions (Steel)     

Schedule

10S

40

80

STD

Nom. Size

Wall Thick.

 

 

 

OD

Lbs./ft.

 

 

 

½”

0.083

0.109

0.147

0.109

0.840

0.68

0.86

1.10

0.86

¾”

0.083

0.113

0.154

0.113

1.050

0.87

1.14

1.49

1.14

1”

0.109

0.133

0.179

0.133

1.315

1.42

1.69

2.19

1.69

1¼”

0.109

0.140

0.191

0.140

1.660

1.82

2.29

3.02

2.29

1½”

0.109

0.145

0.200

0.145

1.900

2.10

2.74

3.67

2.74

2”

0.109

0.154

0.218

0.154

2.375

2.66

3.69

5.07

3.69

2½”

0.120

0.203

0.276

0.203

2.875

3.56

5.85

7.73

5.85

3”

0.120

0.216

0.300

0.216

3.500

4.37

7.65

10.35

7.65

3½”

0.120

0.226

0.318

0.226

4.000

5.02

9.19

12.62

9.19

4”

0.120

0.237

0.337

0.237

4.500

5.67

10.89

15.12

10.89

5”

0.134

0.258

0.375

0.258

5.563

7.84

14.75

20.97

14.75

6”

0.134

0.280

0.432

0.280

6.625

9.38

19.15

28.84

19.15

8"

0.148

0.322

0.500

0.322

8.625

13.52

28.82

43.79

28.82

10"

0.165

0.365

0.594

0.365

10.750

18.83

40.86

65.03

40.86

12"

0.180

0.406

0.688

0.375

12.750

24.39

54.03

89.46

50.03

14"

0.188

0.438

0.750

0.375

14.000

27.99

64.03

107.13

55.08

16"

0.188

0.500

0.844

0.375

16.000

32.05

83.55

137.89

63.16

18"

0.188

0.562

0.938

0.375

18.000

36.10

105.65

172.52

71.25

20"

.0218

0.594

1.031

0.375

20.000

46.49

124.26

210.82

79.33

24"

0.250

0.688

1.219

0.375

24.000

64.01

172.90

299.36

95.50

30"

0.312

-

-

0.375

30.000

99.85

-

-

119.76

36"

-

0.750

-

0.375

36.000

-

285.00

-

144.01

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Features
   Features       
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   Corrugated       Corrugated pipe walls are in the shape of corrugations. They can have single or double wall configurations. They are highly used in underground applications where high hoop strength is required. 
   Spiral       Spiral pipe is formed by continuously wrapping a narrow sheet around, or continuously extruding material in a spiral pattern to form a pipe. 
   Pipe Liner / Lined       Pipe liners may be added to existing pipe (often in-situ) or supplied integrally. Liners are used in applications (e.g., wastewater, food processing) where durability and cleanliness are important. 
   Insulated       Pre-insulated pipe uses a variety of insulating materials and jacket construction. 
   SDWA "Lead Free" Compliant       Product is certified to NSF/ANSI 372 or NSF/ANSI 61-G and conforms to the Safe Water Drinking Act of 2014 which defines 'lead free' as as “not more than a weighted average of 0.25% lead when used with respect to the wetted surfaces of pipes, pipe fittings, plumbing fittings, and fixtures.” 
   Underground Rated       Pipes are designed and constructed for underground applications. 
   Flexible       The pipe's material and construction allows some degree of flexibility for custom routing and the elimination of fittings. 
   Plated       Platings such as nickel and chrome are sometimes used on pipes for appearance or corrosion-resistance. 
   Flanged       The pipe terminates at one or both ends with a flange. 
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Application
           
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   Chemical       The industrial pipe is approved for use to distribute and handle chemicals and other caustic media. 
   Drainage       The industrial pipe is approved for use to remove wastewater and or abundant ground water.  
   Drinking Water       The industrial pipe is approved for use to distribute and handle potable water. 
   Fire Sprinkler       The industrial pipe is approved for use within a fire sprinkler system. 
   Gases       The industrial pipe is approved for use to distribute and handle gases such as natural gas and propane. 
   Hot Water       The industrial pipe is approved for distributing and handling hot water in applications such as plumbing, service lines, and hydronic radiant heating systems. 
   Irrigation       The industrial pipe is used to deliver water for the irrigation of crops. 
   Ventilation / Ducting       The industrial pipe is typically lighter-weight for use in unpressurized ventilation and ductwork applications. 
   Wastewater       The industrial pipe is suitable for handling of wastewater and other liquids not suitable for human consumption.  
   Other       Other unlisted or specialized application. 
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