Plastics piping systems for water supply, and for drainage and sewerage under pressure — Polyethylene (PE) — Part 2: Pipes

This document specifies the pipes 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; — water for other purposes. NOTE 1 The intended uses include sea outfalls, laid in water and pipes suspended below bridges. Pipes complying with this document are not intended for the transport of water intended for human consumption in contaminated soils unless special consideration has been taken. NOTE 2 For example, ISO 21004 provides an alternative solution for use in contaminated soils. See Reference [3] in the Bibliography. This document specifies three types of pipe: — PE pipes (outside diameter dn), including any identification stripes; — PE pipes with co-extruded layers on either or both the outside and/or inside of the pipe (total outside diameter dn) where all layers have the same MRS rating; — PE pipes (outside diameter dn) having a peelable and contiguous thermoplastics additional layer on the outside of the pipe ("coated pipe"). 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, their joints and to joints with components made 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. This document covers a range of maximum allowable operating pressures and gives requirements concerning colours. NOTE 4 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. [1] 1 bar = 0,1 MPa = 105 Pa; 1 MPa = 1 N/mm2.

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INTERNATIONAL ISO
STANDARD 4427-2
Second edition
2019-08
Plastics piping systems for water
supply, and for drainage and sewerage
under pressure — Polyethylene (PE) —
Part 2:
Pipes
Systèmes de canalisations en plastique destinés à l'alimentation
en eau et aux branchements et collecteurs d'assainissement sous
pression — Polyéthylène (PE) —
Partie 2: Tubes
Reference number
ISO 4427-2:2019(E)
ISO 2019
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ISO 4427-2:2019(E)
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ISO 4427-2:2019(E)
Contents Page

Foreword ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................iv

Introduction ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................v

1 Scope ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 1

2 Normative references ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 2

3 Terms and definitions ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 2

4 Symbols and abbreviated terms ........................................................................................................................................................... 3

5 Material .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 3

5.1 Compound ................................................................................................................................................................................................... 3

5.2 Identification compound ................................................................................................................................................................ 3

5.3 Reprocessed and recycled material ...................................................................................................................................... 3

6 General characteristics .................................................................................................................................................................................. 3

6.1 Appearance ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 3

6.2 Colour .............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 3

6.3 Effect on water quality ..................................................................................................................................................................... 4

7 Geometrical characteristics ...................................................................................................................................................................... 4

7.1 Measurements ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 4

7.2 Mean outside diameter and out-of-roundness (ovality) ..................................................................................... 4

7.3 Wall thicknesses and their tolerances ................................................................................................................................ 6

7.4 Coiled pipe ...............................................................................................................................................................................................10

7.5 Lengths .......................................................................................................................................................................................................10

8 Mechanical characteristics .....................................................................................................................................................................10

8.1 Conditioning ...........................................................................................................................................................................................10

8.2 Requirements ........................................................................................................................................................................................10

8.3 Retest in case of failure at 80 °C ............................................................................................................................................12

9 Physical characteristics ..............................................................................................................................................................................12

9.1 Conditioning ...........................................................................................................................................................................................12

9.2 Requirements ........................................................................................................................................................................................12

10 Chemical characteristics of pipes in contact with chemicals ..............................................................................13

11 Performance requirements ....................................................................................................................................................................13

12 Marking .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................14

12.1 General ........................................................................................................................................................................................................14

12.2 Minimum required marking of pipes ................................................................................................................................14

Annex A (normative) Pipes with co-extruded layers ........................................................................................................................15

Annex B (normative) Pipes with peelable layer ....................................................................................................................................17

Annex C (informative) Relationship between PN, MRS, S and SDR .....................................................................................19

Bibliography .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................20

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Foreword

ISO (the International Organization for Standardization) is a worldwide federation of national standards

bodies (ISO member bodies). The work of preparing International Standards is normally carried out

through ISO technical committees. Each member body interested in a subject for which a technical

committee has been established has the right to be represented on that committee. International

organizations, governmental and non-governmental, in liaison with ISO, also take part in the work.

ISO collaborates closely with the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) on all matters of

electrotechnical standardization.

The procedures used to develop this document and those intended for its further maintenance are

described in the ISO/IEC Directives, Part 1. In particular, the different approval criteria needed for the

different types of ISO documents should be noted. This document was drafted in accordance with the

editorial rules of the ISO/IEC Directives, Part 2 (see www .iso .org/directives).

Attention is drawn to the possibility that some of the elements of this document may be the subject of

patent rights. ISO shall not be held responsible for identifying any or all such patent rights. Details of

any patent rights identified during the development of the document will be in the Introduction and/or

on the ISO list of patent declarations received (see www .iso .org/patents).

Any trade name used in this document is information given for the convenience of users and does not

constitute an endorsement.

For an explanation of the voluntary nature of standards, the meaning of ISO specific terms and

expressions related to conformity assessment, as well as information about ISO's adherence to the

World Trade Organization (WTO) principles in the Technical Barriers to Trade (TBT) see www .iso

.org/iso/foreword .html.

This document was prepared by Technical Committee ISO/TC 138, Plastics pipes, fitting and valves for

the transport of fluids, Subcommittee SC 2, Plastics pipes and fittings for water supplies.

This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition (ISO 4427-2:2007), which has been technically

revised. It also incorporates Amendment ISO 4427-2:2007/Amd. 1:2014.
The main changes compared to the previous edition are:
— Update of the normative references;
— Technical consistency with ISO 4437-2 (see Bibliography [1]).
A list of all parts in the ISO 4427 series can be found on the ISO website.

Any feedback or questions on this document should be directed to the user’s national standards body. A

complete listing of these bodies can be found at www .iso .org/members .html.
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ISO 4427-2:2019(E)
Introduction

The ISO 4427 series of standards are a set of system standards that specify the requirements for a

piping system and its components when made from polyethylene (PE). The piping system is intended

to be used in buried or above ground applications, 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.

In respect of potential adverse effects on the quality of water intended for human consumption caused

by the products covered by the ISO 4427 series, it does not provide information on the restriction on

the use of products.

NOTE Guidance for assessment of conformity can be found in Reference [2] in the Bibliography.

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INTERNATIONAL STANDARD ISO 4427-2:2019(E)
Plastics piping systems for water supply, and for drainage
and sewerage under pressure — Polyethylene (PE) —
Part 2:
Pipes
1 Scope

This document specifies the pipes 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;
— water for other purposes.

NOTE 1 The intended uses include sea outfalls, laid in water and pipes suspended below bridges.

Pipes complying with this document are not intended for the transport of water intended for human

consumption in contaminated soils unless special consideration has been taken.

NOTE 2 For example, ISO 21004 provides an alternative solution for use in contaminated soils. See

Reference [3] in the Bibliography.
This document specifies three types of pipe:
— PE pipes (outside diameter d ), including any identification stripes;

— PE pipes with co-extruded layers on either or both the outside and/or inside of the pipe (total outside

diameter d ) where all layers have the same MRS rating;

— PE pipes (outside diameter d ) having a peelable and contiguous thermoplastics additional layer on

the outside of the pipe (“coated pipe”).

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, their

joints and to joints with components made 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 ;
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.

5 2
1) 1 bar = 0,1 MPa = 10 Pa; 1 MPa = 1 N/mm .
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This document covers a range of maximum allowable operating pressures and gives requirements

concerning colours.

NOTE 4 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.

2 Normative references

The following documents are referred to in the text in such a way that some or all of their content

constitutes requirements of this document. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For

undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any amendments) applies.

ISO 1133-1, Plastics — Determination of the melt mass-flow rate (MFR) and melt volume-flow rate (MVR)

of thermoplastics — Part 1: Standard method

ISO 1167-1:2006, Thermoplastics pipes, fittings and assemblies for the conveyance of fluids — Determination

of the resistance to internal pressure — Part 1: General method

ISO 1167-2, Thermoplastics pipes, fittings and assemblies for the conveyance of fluids — Determination of

the resistance to internal pressure — Part 2: Preparation of pipe test pieces

ISO 2505, Thermoplastics pipes — Longitudinal reversion — Test method and parameters

ISO 3126, Plastics piping systems — Plastics components — Determination of dimensions

ISO 4427-1:2019, Plastics piping systems — Polyethylene (PE) pipes and fittings for water supply —

Part 1: General

ISO 4427-5:2019, Plastics piping systems — Polyethylene (PE) pipes and fittings for water supply — Part 5:

Fitness for purpose of the system

ISO 4433-1, Thermoplastics pipes — Resistance to liquid chemicals — Classification — Part 1: Immersion

test method

ISO 4433-2, Thermoplastics pipes — Resistance to liquid chemicals — Classification — Part 2: Polyolefin pipes

ISO 6259-1, Thermoplastics pipes — Determination of tensile properties — Part 1: General test method

ISO 6259-3, Thermoplastics pipes — Determination of tensile properties — Part 3: Polyolefin pipes

ISO 11357-6, Plastics — Differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) — Part 6: Determination of oxidation

induction time (isothermal OIT) and oxidation induction temperature (dynamic OIT)

3 Terms and definitions

For the purposes of this document, the terms and definitions given in ISO 4427-1 and the following apply.

ISO and IEC maintain terminological databases for use in standardization at the following addresses:

— IEC Electropedia: available at http: //www .electropedia .org/
— ISO Online browsing platform: available at http: //www .iso .org/obp
3.1
application code
code letter which identifies the intended use of the product

Note 1 to entry: The code letter mentioned in this document is W indicating "water intended for human

consumption".
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4 Symbols and abbreviated terms

For the purposes of this document, the symbols and abbreviated terms given in ISO 4427-1 apply.

5 Material
5.1 Compound

The pipes shall be made from virgin material or own reprocessed material from the same PE compound

or a mixture of both materials.

Own reprocessed material from the base pipe of peelable-layer pipes can be used. Reprocessed (both

own and external) material from peelable layers shall not be used.
The compound(s) from which the pipes are made shall conform to ISO 4427-1.

NOTE Since PE 40 is not commonly used for pressure applications, it is the intention of ISO/TC 138/SC 2 to

withdraw all references to this compound at the next revision of the ISO 4427 series (all parts).

5.2 Identification compound

The compound used for identification stripes and co-extruded layers (see 6.2) shall be manufactured

from a PE base polymer, which is the same as for one of the material producer’s pipe compounds for

which fusion compatibility has been proven

The compound used for identification stripes shall comply with the fusion compatibility requirements

in ISO 4427-1 and with the resistance to weathering as described in ISO 4427-1:2019, Table 2.

The resistance to weathering of the identification stripe compound shall be declared by the

manufacturer of the compound, confirming whether either a cumulative radiant exposure of >3,5 GJ/

2 2
m or >7 GJ/m related to the outdoor storage ability limit is applicable.
For co-extruded layers used for identification purposes, Annex A applies.
5.3 Reprocessed and recycled material

Clean, reprocessed material generated from a manufacturer's own production and works testing of

products according to the ISO 4427 series may be used if it is derived from the same compound as used

for the relevant production.

Reprocessed material obtained from external sources and recycled material shall not be used.

6 General characteristics
6.1 Appearance

When viewed without magnification, the internal and external surfaces of pipes shall be smooth and

clean and shall have no scoring, cavities and other surface defects to an extent that would prevent

conformity of the pipe to this document.
The pipe ends shall be cut cleanly and square to the axis of the pipe.
6.2 Colour

Blue pipes or black pipes with blue stripes are intended for the conveyance of water for human

consumption only.
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The outer coextruded layer of coextruded pipes (see Annex A) or the peelable layer of peelable layer

pipes (see Annex B) for pipes intended for the conveyance of water for human consumption shall be

either black or blue or black with blue stripes.

Pipes intended for drainage and sewerage under pressure shall be black or black with brown stripes or

according to national preference.

For above-ground installations, all components with colours other than black should be protected from

direct UV light.

NOTE Yellow and orange colours are only used for gas applications, in accordance with the ISO 4437 series

(all parts).
6.3 Effect on water quality

For pipes to be used in contact with water intended for human consumption, see ISO 4427-1.

7 Geometrical characteristics
7.1 Measurements

The dimensions of the pipe shall be measured in accordance with ISO 3126. In case of dispute, the

measurements of dimensions shall be made not less than 24 h after manufacture and after conditioning

for at least 4 h at (23 ± 2) °C.

Indirect measurement at the stage of production is allowed at shorter time periods, provided that

evidence is shown of correlation.
7.2 Mean outside diameter and out-of-roundness (ovality)

The mean outside diameters, d and the out-of-roundness (ovality) shall conform to Table 1. For coiled

em,

pipes, the maximum out-of-roundness shall be specified by agreement between the manufacturer and

the end-user.

Pipe from PE 40 materials shall be limited to diameters up to and including 63 mm.

Table 1 — Mean outside diameters and out-of-roundness
Dimensions in millimetres
Nominal outside
Maximum
Mean outside diameter
Nominal size
diameter
out-of-roundness
DN/OD
(ovality)
d d d
n em min em max
16 16 16,0 16,3 1,2
20 20 20,0 20,3 1,2
25 25 25,0 25,3 1,2
32 32 32,0 32,3 1,3
40 40 40,0 40,4 1,4
50 50 50,0 50,4 1,4
63 63 63,0 63,4 1,5

In accordance with ISO 11922-1:2018 , grade B, for sizes ≤630 and grade A for sizes ≥710. (See Reference [4] in the

Bibliography).

In accordance with ISO 11922-1:2018 , grade N, for sizes ≤800, to be measured at the point of manufacture.

Tolerance calculated as 0,009 d and does not conform to grade A in ISO 11922-1:2018 .

For straight pipes with diameters ≥900, the maximum out-of-roundness shall be specified by an agreement between

the manufacturer and the end-user.
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Table 1 (continued)
Nominal outside
Maximum
Mean outside diameter
Nominal size
diameter
out-of-roundness
DN/OD
(ovality)
d d d
n em min em max
75 75 75,0 75,5 1,6
90 90 90,0 90,6 1,8
110 110 110,0 110,7 2,2
125 125 125,0 125,8 2,5
140 140 140,0 140,9 2,8
160 160 160,0 161,0 3,2
180 180 180,0 181,1 3,6
200 200 200,0 201,2 4,0
225 225 225,0 226,4 4,5
250 250 250,0 251,5 5,0
280 280 280,0 281,7 9,8
315 315 315,0 316,9 11,1
355 355 355,0 357,2 12,5
400 400 400,0 402,4 14,0
450 450 450,0 452,7 15,6
500 500 500,0 503,0 17,5
560 560 560,0 563,4 19,6
630 630 630,0 633,8 22,1
710 710 710,0 716,4 24,9
800 800 800,0 807,2 28,0
900 900 900,0 908,1 —
1 000 1 000 1 000,0 1 009,0 —
c d
1 200 1 200 1 200,0 1 210,8 —
c d
1 400 1 400 1 400,0 1 412,6 —
c d
1 600 1 600 1 600,0 1 614,4 —
c d
1 800 1 800 1 800,0 1 816,2 —
c d
2 000 2 000 2 000,0 2 018,0 —
c d
2 250 2 250 2 250,0 2 270,3 —
c d
2 500 2 500 2 500,0 2 522,5 —
2 800 2 800 2 800,0 2 825,2c —
c d
3 000 3 000 3 000,0 3 027,0 —

In accordance with ISO 11922-1:2018 , grade B, for sizes ≤630 and grade A for sizes ≥710. (See Reference [4] in the

Bibliography).

In accordance with ISO 11922-1:2018 , grade N, for sizes ≤800, to be measured at the point of manufacture.

Tolerance calculated as 0,009 d and does not conform to grade A in ISO 11922-1:2018 .

For straight pipes with diameters ≥900, the maximum out-of-roundness shall be specified by an agreement between

the manufacturer and the end-user.

NOTE Tolerance bands in accordance with ISO 11922-1:2018 , are calculated as follows, as applicable (see

Reference [3] in the Bibliography):

a) Grade A: 0,009d rounded to the next greater 0,1 mm with a minimum value of 0,3 mm and a maximum value

of 10,0 mm.

b) Grade B: 0,006d rounded up to the next greater 0,1 mm with a minimum value of 0,3 mm and a maximum

value of 4,0 mm.
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c) Grade N:
1) for diameters ≤75 mm (0,008 d + 1) mm,
2) for diameters ≥90 mm and ≤250 mm (0,02 d ) mm,
3) for diameters >250 mm (0,035 d ) mm,
4) rounded up to the next greater 0,1 mm.
7.3 Wall thicknesses and their tolerances
The wall thickness shall be in accordance with Table 2.
NOTE The relationship between PN, MRS, S and SDR is given in Annex C.
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Table 2 — Wall thicknesses
Pipe series
SDR 6 SDR 7,4 SDR 9 SDR 11 SDR 13,6 SDR 17 SDR 21 SDR 26 SDR 33 SDR 41
S 2,5 S 3,2 S 4 S 5 S 6,3 S 8 S 10 S 12,5 S 16 S 20
Nominal pressure (PN)
bar
PE 40 — PN 10 PN 8 PN 6 PN 5 PN 4 PN 3,2 PN 2,5 — —
PE 80 PN 25 PN 20 PN 16 PN 12,5 PN 10 PN 8 PN 6 PN 5 PN 4 PN 3,2
PE 100 — PN 25 PN 20 PN 16 PN 12,5 PN 10 PN 8 PN 6 PN 5 PN 4
Wall thicknesses
Nomi-
nal
size
e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e
min max min max min max min max min max min max min max min max min max min max
a a
16 3,0 3,4 2,3 2,7 2,0 2,3 — — — — — — — — — — — — — —
a a
20 3,4 3,9 3,0 3,4 2,3 2,7 2,0 2,3 — — — — — — — — — — — —
a a
25 4,2 4,8 3,5 4,0 3,0 3,4 2,3 2,7 2,0 2,3 — — — — — — — — — —
a a
32 5,4 6,1 4,4 5,0 3,6 4,1 3,0 3,4 2,4 2,8 2,0 2,3 — — — — — — — —
a a
40 6,7 7,5 5,5 6,2 4,5 5,1 3,7 4,2 3,0 3,5 2,4 2,8 2,0 2,3 — — — — — —
a a
50 8,3 9,3 6,9 7,7 5,6 6,3 4,6 5,2 3,7 4,2 3,0 3,4 2,4 2,8 2,0 2,3 — — — —
63 10,5 11,7 8,6 9,6 7,1 8,0 5,8 6,5 4,7 5,3 3,8 4,3 3,0 3,4 2,5 2,9 — — — —
75 12,5 13,9 10,3 11,5 8,4 9,4 6,8 7,6 5,6 6,3 4,5 5,1 3,6 4,1 2,9 3,3 — — — —
90 15,0 16,7 12,3 13,7 10,1 11,3 8,2 9,2 6,7 7,5 5,4 6,1 4,3 4,9 3,5 4,0 — — — —

110 18,3 20,3 15,1 16,8 12,3 13,7 10,0 11,1 8,1 9,1 6,6 7,4 5,3 6,0 4,2 4,8 — — — —

125 20,8 23,0 17,1 19,0 14,0 15,6 11,4 12,7 9,2 10,3 7,4 8,3 6,0 6,7 4,8 5,4 — — — —

140 23,3 25,8 19,2 21,3 15,7 17,4 12,7 14,1 10,3 11,5 8,3 9,3 6,7 7,5 5,4 6,1 — — — —

160 26,6 29,4 21,9 24,2 17,9 19,8 14,6 16,2 11,8 13,1 9,5 10,6 7,7 8,6 6,2 7,0 — — — —

5 2
NOTE 1 1 bar = 0,1 MPa = 10 Pa; 1 MPa = 1 N/mm .
NOTE 2 PN values are based on C = 1,25.

NOTE 3 Tolerances in accordance with ISO 11922-1:2018 , grade V, calculated from (0,1e + 0,1) mm rounded up to the next 0,1 mm. For certain applications for e > 30 mm,

min

ISO 11922-1:2018 , grade T, tolerances may be used calculated from 0,15 e rounded up to the next 0,1 mm. (See Reference [3] in the Bibliography.)

min

NOTE 4 The calculated value of e according to ISO 4065:2018 is rounded up to the nearest value of either 2,0, 2,3 or 3,0. This is to satisfy certain national requirements (see

min
Reference [5] in the Bibliography.)

For practical reasons, a minimum wall thickness of 3,0 mm is recommended for electrofusion jointing and jointing with butt fusion fittings and for lining applications.

See also Annex C for actual calculated values.
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Table 2 (continued)
Pipe series
SDR 6 SDR 7,4 SDR 9 SDR 11 SDR 13,6 SDR 17 SDR 21 SDR 26 SDR 33 SDR 41
S 2,5 S 3,2 S 4 S 5 S 6,3 S 8 S 10 S 12,5 S 16 S 20
Nominal pressure (PN)
bar
PE 40 — PN 10 PN 8 PN 6 PN 5 PN 4 PN 3,2 PN 2,5 — —
PE 80 PN 25 PN 20 PN 16 PN 12,5 PN 10 PN 8 PN 6 PN 5 PN 4 PN 3,2
PE 100 — PN 25 PN 20 PN 16 PN 12,5 PN 10 PN 8 PN 6 PN 5 PN 4
Wall thicknesses
Nomi-
nal
size
e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e
min max min max min max min max min max min max min max min max min max min max

180 29,9 33,0 24,6 27,2 20,1 22,3 16,4 18,2 13,3 14,8 10,7 11,9 8,6 9,6 6,9 7,7 — — — —

200 33,2 36,7 27,4 30,3 22,4 24,8 18,2 20,2 14,7 16,3 11,9 13,2 9,6 10,7 7,7 8,6 — — — —

225 37,4 41,3 30,8 34,0 25,2 27,9 20,5 22,7 16,6 18,4 13,4 14,9 10,8 12,0 8,6 9,6 — — — —

250 41,5 45,8 34,2 37,8 27,9 30,8 22,7 25,1 18,4 20,4 14,8 16,4 11,9 13,2 9,6 10,7 — — — —

280 46,5 51,3 38,3 42,3 31,3 34,6 25,4 28,1 20,6 22,8 16,6 18,4 13,4 14,9 10,7 11,9 — — — —

315 52,3 57,7 43,1 47,6 35,2 38,9 28,6 31,6 23,2 25,7 18,7 20,7 15,0 16,6 12,1 13,5 9,7 10,8 7,7 8,6

355 59,0 65,0 48,5 53,5 39,7 43,8 32,2 35,6 26,1 28,9 21,1 23,4 16,9 18,7 13,6 15,1 10,9 12,1 8,7 9,7

400 — — 54,7 60,3 44,7 49,3 36,3 40,1 29,4 32,5 23,7 26,2 19,1 21,2 15,3 17,0 12,3 13,7 9,8 10,9

450 — — 61,5 67,8 50,3 55,5 40,9 45,1 33,1 36,6 26,7 29,5 21,5 23,8 17,2 19,1 13,8 15,3 11,0 12,2

500 — — — — 55,8 61,5 45,4 50,1 36,8 40,6 29,7 32,8 23,9 26,4 19,1 21,2 15,3 17,0 12,3 13,7

560 — — — — 62,5 68,9 50,8 56,0 41,2 45,5 33,2 36,7 26,7 29,5 21,4 23,7 17,2 19,1 13,7 15,2

630 — — — — 70,3 77,5 57,2 63,1 46,3 51,1 37,4 41,3 30,0 33,1 24,1 26,7 19,3 21,4 15,4 17,1

710 — — — — 79,3 87,4 64,5 71,1 52,2 57,6 42,1 46,5 33,9 37,4 27,2 30,1 21,8 24,1 17,4 19,3

5 2
NOTE 1 1 bar = 0,1 MPa = 10 Pa; 1 MPa = 1 N/mm .
NOTE 2 PN values are based on C = 1,25.

NOTE 3 Tolerances in accordance with ISO 11922-1:2018 , grade V, calculated from (0,1e + 0,1) mm rounded up to the next 0,1 mm. For certain applications for e > 30 mm,

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ISO 11922-1:2018 , grade T, tolerances may be used calculated from 0,15 e rounded up to the next 0,1 mm. (See Reference [3] in the Bibliography.)

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NOTE 4 The calculated value of e according to ISO 4065:2018 is rounded up to the nearest value of either 2,0, 2,3 or 3,0. This is to satisfy certain national requirements (see

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Reference [5] in the Bibliography.)

For practical reasons, a minimum wall thickness of 3,0 mm is recommended for electrofusion jointing and jointing with butt fusion fittings and for lining applications.

See also Annex C for actual calculated values.
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Table 2 (continued)
Pipe series
SDR 6 SDR 7,4 SDR 9 SDR 11 SDR 13,6 SDR 17 SDR 21 SDR 26 SDR 33 SDR 41
S 2,5 S 3,2 S 4 S 5 S
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