This document provides a scheme for the assessment of conformity of RFC products for the rehabilitation of existing pipelines, in accordance with the applicable parts of ISO 11296, ISO 11297 and ISO 11298, and intended to be included in the manufacturer’s quality plan as part of the quality management system and for the establishment of certification procedures. It applies to cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) products only. It applies to non-pressure pipe liners, and 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. NOTE In order to help the reader, summary tables of overall scheme requirements are provided in Annex E.

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This document addresses the system design of pipe and joints of above ground installations without end-thrust as specified in systems standard ISO 23856. It is directed to pipelines with a minimum stiffness of SN 5000 laid in a straight line between thrust blocks. It is based on the safety concepts described in ISO TS 20656-1, with consequence class 2 (CC2) as default. For other consequence classes, certain details specified in this document can need to be modified. This document is directed to double bell coupling. However, much of the information can be adapted and utilized for other flexible joints systems. This document does not cover fittings nor detailled engineering work like thrust blocks, support and anchor designs. As installation is not included in the scope of this document and to assist system design, Annex A provides a pressure testing and inspection procedure. However, to ensure the use of clearly defined field test data in system design, Annex A can be used normatively by agreement between purchaser and supplier. An example of recording above ground joint deflection data is given in Annex B.

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This document specifies the requirements for solid-wall styrene copolymer blend (SAN + PVC) pipes and fittings for soil and waste discharge (low and high temperature) above ground inside buildings, and for the system itself. It does not include buried pipework. It also specifies the test parameters for the test methods referred to within this document. This document is applicable to SAN + PVC pipes and fittings, as well as assemblies of such pipes and fittings, intended to be used for the following purposes: a) soil and waste discharge pipework for the conveyance of domestic waste waters (low and high temperature); b) ventilation pipework associated with a); c) rainwater pipework inside the building. This document is applicable to pipes and fittings designed for jointing by means of elastomeric sealing rings, solvent cementing or integral dual-purpose sockets, i.e. for elastomeric ring seal joints and/or for solvent cement joints.

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This document collects available data on combined chemical resistance of thermoplastic materials typically used to manufacture piping components for industrial applications, against fluids over a range of temperatures. The base thermoplastic materials covered by this classification are: Polyethylene                                                            PE NOTE 1       The PE considered in this document corresponds to PE-HD, with a minimum density value of 0,935 g/cm3 (e.g.: PE63, PE80, PE100, PE100-RC, PE-RT). Polypropylene                                                          PP (PP-R and PP-RCT, PP-H, PP-B) Polyvinyl chloride, unplasticized                         PVC-U Polyvinyl chloride, chlorinated                            PVC-C Polybutylene                                                             PB Acrylonitrile/butadiene/styrene                        ABS Polyvinylidene fluoride                                         PVDF NOTE 2       This document considers homopolymer PVDF. Cross-linked polyethylene                                    PE-X (PE-Xa, PE-Xb, PE-Xc) Ethylene chloro trifluoro ethylene                      ECTFE Polyamide, unplasticized                                       PA-U (PA-U11, PA-U12) NOTE 3       This document focuses on PA-U11 and PA-U12 only, as these long chained PA-U are standardized according to ISO 16486-1; short chained (e.g. PA 66) and plasticized PAs are not used for monolithic plastic piping components. Polysulfone                                                               PSU Perfluoralkoxy                                                         PFA NOTE 4       Temperatures higher than 200°C can be applied after an evaluation with the raw material manufacturer. Polytetrafluoroethylene                                        PTFE NOTE 5       Temperatures higher than 200°C can be applied after an evaluation with the raw material manufacturer.   Polyphenylene sulphide                                         PPS NOTE 6       PPS is new with regards to industrial application and chemical resistance issues; for this reason, manufacturers and end-users are advised to assess the chemical suitability of the material.

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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. NOTEÂ 1Â Â For the purpose of this document, the term polyester resin (UP) also includes vinyl-ester resins (VE). NOTEÂ 2Â Â 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. NOTEÂ 3Â Â This document can also apply for other installations, such as slip-lining rehabilitation of existing pipes. NOTEÂ 4Â Â ISOÂ 10467 and ISOÂ 10639, which are replaced by this document, are also referenced in ISOÂ 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/TSÂ 20656-1 and the general principle for the reliability of structures detailed in ISOÂ 2394 and in ENÂ 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 circular pipes, fittings and their joints of nominal sizes from DNÂ 50 to DNÂ 4000, which are intended to be used for the conveyance of water, sewage and drainage at normal service conditions, with or without pressure.

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This document specifies test methods for the determination of the carbon black content of polyolefin compositions used in particular for the manufacture of pipes and fittings, and provides a basic specification for polyethylene pipes and fittings.
This document applies equally to the material for manufacture and to any material taken from a pipe or fitting.

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This document gives the recommended practise for underground open trench installation and commissioning of thermoplastics piping systems to be used for the conveyance of water under pressure (in addition to EN 805) and for the discharge of wastewater under gravity (in addition to EN 1610) .
In the field of non-pressure underground drainage and sewerage this is reflected in the marking of products by application code "U" and "UD":
-   outside the building structure (U);
-   both buried in ground within the building structure (application area code "D") and outside the
building (application area code "UD").
This document covers also installation and/or connections to valves, manholes, inspection chambers, gullies and other ancillary components in piping systems.
NOTE 1   Code of practise for pipelines for gas supply is covered by EN 12007-series [21].
NOTE 2   Recommended practices for installation of plastic piping systems for soil and waste discharge within the building structure is covered by CEN/TR 13801 [12].
NOTE 3   Practices for underground installation of rainwater infiltration and storage attenuation systems are covered by CEN/TR 17179 [13].
NOTE 4   It is assumed that additional recommendations and/or requirements are detailed in the individual product standards.
NOTE 5    If non-plastic components are part of the plastic system the manufacturer's instructions should be taken into account.
Requirements and instructions concerning commissioning of systems can be found in EN 805 and EN 1610 and the relevant national and/or local regulations. This document gives specific additional recommendations for commissioning relevant for plastic piping systems.
Attention is drawn to any relevant local and/or national regulations (e.g. health, safety and hygienic requirements).

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This document specifies a method for determining the apparent axial long-term modulus of pipes subject to beam bending deflection between vertically supported end-couplers, which allow rotation of the pipe relative to the couplers. In conjunction with ISO 10928, this document expresses the results of the test as an apparent axial long-term modulus for use in the calculation of mid-span beam deflection and end rotation of GRP pipes as specified in ISO/TS 10986. Test conditions and requirements are specified in the referring standard. For practical reasons, the test method is not suited for diameters greater than DN 600.

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This document specifies an encoding system for data of components, assembly methods and jointing operations for polyethylene (PE) piping systems for gas, water and other industrial applications. These data can be used in a traceability system and/or used to perform the fusion of components by using equipment as specified in ISO 12176‑1 and in ISO 12176‑2. This encoding system is explained in ISO/IEC 16022, ISO/IEC 18004 and ISO/IEC 24778 which refer to established code types, e.g. QR code. Data to be encoded are: fusion cycle(s), traceability of manufactured products, other manufacturer’s information that can also be given on websites such as voluntary certificates of quality and approvals. This document specifies the export of data (type, format and sequence) from a data retrieval system. Provisions of this document are applicable to polyethylene components conforming to ISO 4427‑2, ISO 4427‑3, ISO 4437‑2, ISO 4437‑3, ISO 4437‑4 and ISO 15494, and can also be applicable to any other components used in PE systems. ISO 13950 and ISO 12176‑4, which partly cover the fields of application of this document, can be used in parallel.

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This document specifies methods of test for joints with a locked socket and spigot, including double-socket joints, and with elastomeric seals, for buried and above-ground glass-reinforced thermosetting plastics (GRP) piping systems. It covers methods of testing for leaktightness and resistance to damage of the joint only, when subjected to specified combinations of angular movement, compression (deformation) perpendicular to the pipe axis and internal pressure. It assumes that the joint will be exposed to the effects of hydrostatic end thrust. The tests detailed in 9.2, 9.3, 9.4 and 9.6 are applicable to joints with a locked socket and spigot, including double-socket joints, and with elastomeric seals intended to be used in buried or above-ground applications. The bending tests detailed in 9.5 can be used to prove the design where joints are either intended to be used in buried applications or are intended to be used in particular above-ground situations, where the tests can be considered appropriate. With the exception of the procedure detailed in 9.5, these test procedures are applicable to joints for pipes and fittings of all nominal sizes. The tests detailed in 9.5 are applicable to joints for pipes and fittings up to and including DN 600. The tests are applicable for evaluating joints intended for applications conveying liquids at temperatures specified in the referring standards. The test procedures in this document are damaging to the test piece, which will not be suitable for reuse after these tests. The test procedure is intended for type testing purposes. This document is applicable only to the joint and specifies methods of testing to prove its design.

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This document specifies a method for testing the ability of glass-reinforced thermosetting plastics (GRP) pipes to withstand specified levels of initial ring deflection without displaying surface damage and/or structural failure.

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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.

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This document specifies a method for determining the chemical resistance properties of glass-reinforced thermosetting plastics (GRP) pipes and fittings in a deflected condition for nominal sizes DNÂ 100 and larger. In conjunction with ISOÂ 10928, this document provides a method for evaluating the effect of a chemical environment on the interior of a pipe or fitting after a specified period of time. Test conditions and requirements are specified in the referring International Standard. ISOÂ 23856 references this document. NOTEÂ Â Â Â Â It has been found that the effect of chemical environments can be accelerated by strain induced from deflection; hence, this type of effect is frequently referred to as strain corrosion.

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This document provides a scheme for the assessment of conformity of PVC-U products and assemblies for the rehabilitation of existing pipelines, in accordance with the applicable parts of ISO 11296 and intended to be included in the manufacturer's quality plan as part of the quality management system and for the establishment of certification procedures. NOTE In order to help the reader, summary tables of overall scheme requirements are provided in Annex C.

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This document gives requirements and guidance for the assessment of conformity of formulations, products and assemblies in accordance with EN 1329 1 intended to be included in the manufacturer’s quality plan as part of the quality management system and for the establishment of third-party certification procedures.
NOTE 1   The quality management system is expected to conform to or is no less stringent than the relevant requirements to EN ISO 9001 [1].
NOTE 2   If third party certification is involved, the certification body is expected to be compliant with either EN ISO/IEC 17065 [2] or EN ISO/IEC 17021-series [3], as applicable.
NOTE 3   In order to help the reader, a basic test matrix is given in Annex A.
In conjunction with EN 1329 1, this document is applicable to piping systems made of unplasticized poly(vinyl chloride) (PVC U) intended for soil and waste discharge systems (low and high temperature):
-   inside buildings (application area code "B");
-   both inside buildings and buried in ground within the building structure (application area code "BD").

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This document specifies the requirements for solid wall pipes with smooth internal and external surfaces, extruded from the same formulation throughout the wall, fittings and the system of unplasticized poly(vinyl chloride) (PVC-U) piping systems intended for soil and waste discharge applications (low and high temperature):
-   inside buildings (application area code "B");
-   for both inside buildings and buried in ground within the building structure (application area code "BD").
NOTE 1   The intended use is reflected in the marking of products by "B" or "BD".
NOTE 2   Multilayer pipes with different formulations throughout the wall and foamed core pipes are covered by EN 1453-1 [1].
NOTE 3   For use buried in ground within the building structure are intended only those components (marked with "BD") with nominal outside diameters equal to or greater than 75 mm.
NOTE 4   EN 476 [2] specifies the general requirements for components used in discharge pipes, drains and sewers for gravity systems. Pipes and fittings conforming to this standard fully meet these requirements.
This document is also applicable to PVC-U pipes, fittings and the system intended for the following purposes:
-   ventilating part of the pipework in association with discharge applications;
-   rainwater pipework within the building structure.
This document also specifies the test parameters for the test method that are referred to.
This document covers a range of nominal sizes, a range of pipes and fittings series and gives recommendations concerning colours.
NOTE 5   It is the responsibility of the purchaser or specifier to make the appropriate selections from these aspects, taking into account their particular requirements and any relevant national regulations and installation practices or codes.
For external above ground application additional requirements depending on the climate should be agreed between the manufacturer and the user.
NOTE 6   Pipes, fittings and other components conforming to any of the plastics product standards listed in Annex B can be used with pipes and fittings conforming to this document, provided they conform to the requirements for joint dimensions given in Clause 6 and to the requirements of Table 25.

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This document provides a scheme for the assessment of conformity of PE products and assemblies for the rehabilitation of existing pipelines, in accordance with the applicable parts of ISO 11296, ISO 11297, ISO 11298, ISO 11299 and ISO 21225, and intended to be included in the manufacturer's quality plan as part of the quality management system and for the establishment of certification procedures.
NOTE In order to help the reader, summary tables of overall scheme requirements are provided in Annex E.

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This part of ISO 6259 specifies a method of determining the tensile properties of pipes made of unplasticized poly(vinyl chloride) (PVC-U), oriented unplasticized poly(vinyl chloride) (PVC-O), chlorinated poly(vinyl chloride) (PVC-C) and high-impact poly(vinyl chloride) (PVC-HI), and in particular the following properties:
— the stress at yield;
— the stress and the elongation at break.

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This document specifies a method for determining the tensile properties of pipes made of unplasticized poly(vinyl chloride) (PVC-U), oriented unplasticized poly(vinyl chloride) (PVC-O), chlorinated poly(vinyl chloride) (PVC-C) and high-impact poly(vinyl chloride) (PVC-HI, PVC-M or PVC-A), and in particular the following properties: — the stress at yield and stress at break; — the elongation at break. NOTE The general method of test for the determination of the tensile properties of thermoplastics pipes is given in ISO 6259‑1. This document also gives, for information purposes only, the corresponding basic specifications in Annexes A, B, C and D.

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This document specifies the characteristics of pipes (mains, sub-mains and laterals) made from polyethylene (PE), intended for the conveyance of water for irrigation, at a water temperature up to 45 °C. NOTE 1 For the effect of water temperature on the maximum operating pressure, see Annex A. This document applies to pipes that will not be subjected to internal pressure for long periods, and not more than 1 500 hours/year. For piping applications with long-term continuous pressure, the ISO 4427 series applies. NOTE 2 The expected lifetime of pipes covered by this document is ten years or less. This document also specifies the properties of the material and the parameters for the test methods to which it refers.

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This document specifies a test method for determining the leaktightness of elastomeric sealing ring type joints for buried thermoplastics non-pressure piping systems. Unless otherwise specified in the referring standard, the tests are carried out at the following basic test pressures: — p1: internal negative air pressure (partial vacuum); — p2: a low internal hydrostatic pressure; — p3: a higher internal hydrostatic pressure. It also describes the following four test conditions under which the tests are performed: a) Condition A: without any additional diametric or angular deflection; b) Condition B: with diametric deflection; c) Condition C: with angular deflection; d) Condition D: with simultaneous angular and diametric deflection. The applicable selection of the test pressure(s) and the test condition(s) is/are specified in the referring standard.

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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 this 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) is not always 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.

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This document provides a scheme for the assessment of conformity of PE products and assemblies for the rehabilitation of existing pipelines, in accordance with the applicable parts of ISO 11296, ISO 11297, ISO 11298, ISO 11299 and ISO 21225, and intended to be included in the manufacturer's quality plan as part of the quality management system and for the establishment of certification procedures. NOTE In order to help the reader, summary tables of overall scheme requirements are provided in Annex E.

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This document, together with ISO 21138‑1, specifies the definitions and requirements for pipes with a non-smooth external surface and a smooth internal surface (Type B), fittings and systems based on unplasticized poly(vinyl chloride) (PVC-U), polypropylene (PP) and polyethylene (PE) structured-wall piping systems intended to be used in non-pressure underground drainage and sewerage applications. NOTE 1 Pipes, fittings and the systems complying with this document can also be used for highway drainage and surface water. This document specifies test methods and test parameters. This document covers a range of pipe and fitting sizes, materials, pipe constructions and nominal ring stiffnesses, and gives recommendations concerning colours. NOTE 2 It is the responsibility of the purchaser or specifier to make the appropriate selections from these aspects, taking into account their particular requirements and installation practices or codes. In conjunction with ISO 21138‑1, this document is applicable to structured-wall pipes and fittings, to their joints and to joints with components of other plastics and non-plastics materials. It is applicable to pipes and fittings with or without an integral socket with elastomeric ring seal joints as well as welded and fused joints. NOTE 3 Pipes, fittings and other components conforming to any plastics product standards referred to in Clause 2 are deemed to be suitable for use with pipes and fittings conforming to this document, when they conform to the requirements for joint dimensions given in ISO 21138‑2 or ISO 21138‑3 (this document) and to the performance requirements given in Clause 10. NOTE 4 For dimensions larger than DN/OD 1200 or DN/ID 1200, this document can serve as general guidance regarding appearance, colour, physical and mechanical characteristics as well as performance requirements. Test methods are not included in this document.

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This document, together with ISO 21138‑2 and ISO 21138‑3, specifies the definitions and requirements for pipes, fittings and systems based on unplasticized poly(vinyl chloride) (PVC-U), polypropylene (PP) and polyethylene (PE) structured-wall piping systems intended to be used in non-pressure underground drainage and sewerage applications. NOTE 1 Pipes, fittings and the system complying with this document can also be used for highway drainage and surface water. This document covers a range of pipe and fitting sizes, materials, pipe constructions, nominal ring stiffnesses, and gives recommendations concerning colours. NOTE 2 It is the responsibility of the purchaser or specifier to make the appropriate selections from these aspects, taking into account their particular requirements and installation practices or codes. In conjunction with ISO 21138‑2 and ISO 21138‑3, this document is applicable to structured-wall pipes and fittings, to their joints and to joints with components of other plastics and non-plastics materials. It is applicable to structured-wall pipes and fittings with or without an integral socket with elastomeric ring seal joints as well as welded and fused joints. NOTE 3 Pipes, fittings and other components conforming to any plastics product standards referred to in the Bibliography can be used with pipes and fittings conforming to this document when they conform to the requirements for joint dimensions given in ISO 21138-2 and ISO 21138-3 and to the performance requirements given in Clause 9. NOTE 4 For dimensions larger than DN/OD 1200 or DN/ID 1200, this document can serve as a general guideline regarding appearance, colour, physical and mechanical characteristics as well as performance requirements.

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This document, together with ISO 21138-1, specifies the definitions and requirements for pipes with smooth external and internal surfaces (Type A), fittings and systems based on unplasticized poly(vinyl chloride) (PVC-U), polypropylene (PP) and polyethylene (PE) structured-wall piping systems intended to be used in non-pressure underground drainage and sewerage applications. NOTE 1 Pipes, fittings and the system complying with this document can also be used for highway drainage and surface water. This document specifies test methods and test parameters. This document covers a range of pipe and fitting sizes, materials, pipe constructions and nominal ring stiffnesses, and gives recommendations concerning colours. NOTE 2 It is the responsibility of the purchaser or specifier to make the appropriate selections from these aspects, taking into account their particular requirements and installation practices or codes. In conjunction with ISO 21138-1, this document is applicable to structured-wall pipes and fittings, to their joints and to joints with components of other plastics and non-plastics materials. It is applicable to pipes and fittings with or without an integral socket with elastomeric ring seal joints as well as welded and fused joints. NOTE 3 For dimensions larger than DN/OD 1200, or DN/ID 1200, this document can serve as general guidance regarding appearance, colour, physical and mechanical characteristics as well as performance requirements. Test methods are not included in this document.

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This document gives guidance for the assessment of conformity of materials, products, joints and assemblies in accordance with the applicable part(s) of EN 1451 intended to be included in the manufacturer’s quality plan as part of the quality management system and for the establishment of third-party certification procedures.
NOTE 1   The quality management system is expected to conform to or is no less stringent than the relevant requirements to EN ISO 9001 [1].
NOTE 2   If third-party certification is involved, the certification body is expected be accredited to EN ISO/IEC 17065 [2] or EN ISO/IEC 17021 [3], as applicable.
NOTE 3   In order to help the readers, a summary of the test regime is given in Annex A.
In conjunction with EN 1451 1 this document is applicable to piping systems made of polypropylene (PP) intended to be used:
-   for soil and waste discharge systems (low and high temperature) inside buildings (application area code “B”) and,
-   for soil and waste discharge systems (low and high temperature) for both inside buildings and buried in ground within the building structure (application area code “BD”)
This is reflected in the marking of products by “B” or “BD”.

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This document describes the phased array ultrasonic testing (PAUT) of polyethylene electrofusion (EF) socket joints used for the conveyance of fluids. This document provides a test whereby the presence of imperfections such as voids, wire dislocation, misalignment, pipe under-penetration, particulate contamination, cold fusion and lack of fusion in electrofusion socket joints can be detected. The technique is only applicable to polyethylene electrofusion socket fittings without a barrier to ultrasonic waves. This document also provides requirements for procedure qualification and guidance for personnel qualifications, which are essential for the application of this test method NOTE 1 At the time of publication, experience only exists on the use of PAUT for polyethylene (PE80 and PE100) electrofusion socket joint sizes between 90 mm and 710 mm (SDR 11 and 17)[7][8][9][10][11][12][13]. NOTE 2 Round robin testing has shown that PAUT is a viable method for enhancing the integrity assessment of electrofusion joints[16]. NOTE 3 This document does not apply to the detection of unscraped pipe. Such detection can be achieved by a simple visual inspection, provided mechanical scraping tools are employed.

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This document gives guidance for the assessment of conformity of materials, products, joints and assemblies in accordance with the applicable part(s) of EN 13476 intended to be included in the manufacturer’s quality plan as part of the quality management system and for the establishment of certification procedures.
NOTE 1   The quality management system is expected to conform to or be no less stringent than the relevant requirements to EN ISO 9001 [1].
NOTE 2   If third-party certification is involved, the certification body can be accredited to EN ISO/IEC 17065 [2] or EN ISO/IEC 17021 [3], as applicable.
NOTE 3 In order to help the reader, a basic test matrix is given in Annex A.
In conjunction with EN 13476 1, EN 13476 2 and EN 13476 3 this document is applicable to Plastics piping systems for non-pressure underground drainage and sewerage — Structural-wall piping systems of unplasticized poly(vinyl chloride) (PVC-U), polypropylene (PP) and polyethylene (PE):
-   for non-pressure underground drainage and sewerage outside the building structure (application area code “U”) reflected in the marking of products by “U”, and
-   for non-pressure underground drainage and sewerage for both buried in ground within the building structure (application area code “D” and outside the building structure (application area code “U”) reflected in the marking of products by “UD”.

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This document gives guidance for the assessment of conformity of materials, products, joints and assemblies in accordance with the applicable part(s) of EN 1451 intended to be included in the manufacturer’s quality plan as part of the quality management system and for the establishment of third-party certification procedures.
NOTE 1   The quality management system is expected to conform to or is no less stringent than the relevant requirements to EN ISO 9001 [1].
NOTE 2   If third-party certification is involved, the certification body is expected be accredited to EN ISO/IEC 17065 [2] or EN ISO/IEC 17021 [3], as applicable.
NOTE 3   In order to help the readers, a summary of the test regime is given in Annex A.
In conjunction with EN 1451 1 this document is applicable to piping systems made of polypropylene (PP) intended to be used:
-   for soil and waste discharge systems (low and high temperature) inside buildings (application area code “B”) and,
-   for soil and waste discharge systems (low and high temperature) for both inside buildings and buried in ground within the building structure (application area code “BD”)
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This document describes the phased array ultrasonic testing (PAUT) of polyethylene butt fusion (BF) joints, including pipe-to-pipe, pipe-to-fitting and fitting-to-fitting joints, used for the conveyance of fluids. This document provides a test, whereby the presence of imperfections such as voids, inclusions, lack of fusions, misalignment and particulate contamination in the BF joints can be detected. The document is only applicable to polyethylene pipes and fittings without a barrier to ultrasonic waves. This document also provides requirements for procedure qualification and guidance for personnel qualifications, which are essential for the application of this test method. This document also covers the equipment, the preparation and performance of the test, the indication assessment and the reporting for polyethylene BF joints. The assessment of ultrasonic indications and acceptance criteria are not covered in this document. NOTE 1 At the present time, laboratory experiences exist on the use of PAUT for polyethylene BF joints and/or reference blocks of wall thickness between 8 mm to 100 mm[1] to [5]. Recently, field experience on BF joints in PE80 and PE100 materials has been reported[6]. NOTE 2 Round robin testing has shown that PAUT is a viable method for enhancing the integrity assessment of BF joints[7]. NOTE 3 PAUT techniques for cold fusion detection are known to be available. However further research, verification and experience are needed to transfer the technique into an ISO Standard. This document does not provide any information regarding the detection of cold fusions.

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This document specifies the characteristics of the fitness for purpose of pipes and/or fittings assemblies made from polyethylene (PE) for buried or above ground applications, intended for the conveyance of water for human consumption, raw water prior to treatment, drainage and sewerage under pressure, vacuum sewer systems, and water for other purposes. NOTE 1 The intended uses include sea outfalls, laid in water and pipes suspended below bridges. NOTE 2 This document is intended to be only used by the product manufacturer to assess the performance of components according to ISO 4427‑2 and/or ISO 4427‑3 when joined together under normal and extreme conditions. It is not intended for on-site testing of pipe systems. This document also specifies the test parameters for the test methods referred to in this document. In conjunction with the other parts of the ISO 4427 series, this document is applicable to PE pipes, fittings, their joints and to joints with components of PE and other materials, intended to be used under the following conditions: a) a maximum allowable operating pressure (PFA) up to and including 25 bar[1]; b) an operating temperature of 20 °C as the reference temperature. NOTE 3 For other operating temperatures, guidance is given in ISO 4427‑1: 2019, Annex A. The ISO 4427 series covers a range of maximum allowable operating pressures and gives requirements concerning colours. [1] 1 bar = 0,1 MPa = 105 Pa; 1 MPa = 1 N/mm2.

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