These are the pipes laid for the discharge of used water inside and outside the building. It is a type of pipe used in indoor and outdoor installations in multi-storey houses, hospitals, schools, hotels, industrial buildings, according to TS 275-1 EN 1326-1 DIN 19531 standards.
Thanks to their smooth inner and outer surfaces, PVC waste water pipes that do not allow the formation of deposits, do not produce bacteria and do not cause odor are used in an ideal and safe way in terms of ecological and economic aspects.
PVC pipes and fittings made of rigid PVC material are durable in different weather conditions. Thanks to its fireproof, highly resistant and rigid structure, it is the most preferred pipe type by the construction industry.
What are the application area codes of PVC waste water pipes?
B: It covers the elements to be used on the ground inside the building or the elements on the wall outside the building.
D: It covers the pipes and elements used under the building and buried under the ground within 1 meter of the building.
BD: Includes both application class elements.
What tests do PVC wastewater pipes pass?
Impact Strength, Vicat Softening Temperature, Longitudinal Dimensional Change, Resistance to Dichloromethane
What results should be obtained as a result of the tests made for PVC waste water pipes?
|Test||Test Period||Test Conditions||Conclusion||Experiment Mode|
|Impact Resistance||–||0ºC||max 10%||TS EN 744|
|Vicat Softening Temperature||–||min 79ºC||There should be no deformity||TS EN 727|
|Longitudinal Dimension Change||15 min.||150ºC||max.5%||TS EN 743|
|Resistance to Dichloromethane||30 min.||15ºC||There should be no surface distortion||TS EN 580|
|Sealing test||15 min.||23ºC – 0.5 bar||No leakage should be seen||TS EN 1277|
What are the mechanical properties of PVC fittings?
It should comply with EN 1401-1 and TS 2171 standards.
1) Impact Resistance (TS prEN 12061)
2) Mechanical strength or Flexibility (TS EN 12256)
What are the usage areas of PVC wastewater pipes?
It is used in underground and surface water transportation systems (city, industrial areas waste water systems), electricity and communication systems, sewage, sewage and waste material discharge systems, non-pressurized lines in chemical and industrial facilities.