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FRP Pipes

FRP Pipes
FRP Pipes
Product Code : SG-05
Brand Name : Sonal Group
Product Description

Our team of proficient has enabled us to manufacture, export and supply a huge assortment of optimum quality FRP Pipe. By our experts, this pipe is manufactured with the utilization of cutting-edge techniques at our well-equipped manufacturing setup. This pipe is used in construction, industrial, household as well as commecrial applications. Known for its outstanding features, the provided pipe is highly acclaimed by the clients all across the country. In addition, clients can avail this  FRP Pipe at highly competitive rates from us. 

Features:

  • Rust proof nature

  • Accurate dimensions

  • Easy installation

  • High strength

Nominal Diameter ND

SONAL pipe is manufactured in the following diameters. Special application diameters are available upon request, as specified by, ASTM D3754, D3262& D3517

DN

100

500

1300

150

600

1400

200

700

1500

250

800

1600

300

900

1800

350

1000

2000

400

1200

2400

Pipe Length 
SONAL GRP Pipe are manufactured  in a  standard 6 & 12 meter  length. Special lengths  are available upon request. 

Typical mechanical properties of the structural wall of SONAL pipe 

Property

Test Method

Value

Density

ASTM D 2584

1580-1850 kg/m3

Hoop Tensile Strength

Bs 5480 : 1990 @ 230

350-490 N/mm

Axial Tensile Strength

BS 5480;1990@ 230

148-169 N/mm

Hoop Tensile Strength

From pressure tests @ 230

28000-30000 N/mm

Compressive Strength

ASTM D 695

208-364 N/mm

Compressive Modulus


10000 N/m

STIFFNESS CLASSES

When pipes are used for underground applications, the load application on the pipe due to the depth of cover backfill and traffic load etc, could cause the deflection of the pipe, ultimately results pipe failure. So to avoid these failure, stiffness tests are performed as per ASTM D2412.  

Stiffness class

Minimum Stis

Minimum Pipe Stiffness (PS)


(El/Di) Pa

F/Y=El(0.149p) kpa

SN 2500

2500

124.0

SN 5000

5000

248.0

SN 10000

10000

496.0

 A specific stiffness class corresponds the specific cover of back fill, so stiffness class should be choosed carefully according to the required cover backfill, to avoid pipe failure.

Stiffness class

Minimum Cover in m (related with soil nature)

2500

8

5000

12

10000

16

Stiffness class selection for a particular project is depending on customers’ requirement; the engineer in charge can advise it keeping in view the site requirements, like traffic load and native soil. Our technical division is also available for recommendations;

Pressure classes
SONAL pipe are supplied in the following pressure classes

Pressure

Pressure

Classes

Rating

PN

Bar 

Gravity

0.5

6

6

10

10

16

16

Higher rating pipe line are available on demand; consult our technical department for details.
Joint angular deflection
The joint is extensively and qualified in accordance with ASTM D4161.
Maximum angular deflection at each joint, considering both combined at each and horizontal, measured as the change in adjacent given the table 1.
When the joints intended for use of pressure greater 17 bar, many have lower allowable angular deflection than given table bellow.
Flow velocity
Maximum recommended flow velocity is 3.0. Velocities of up to 4m/sec can be used if the water is clean and contain no abrasive material.
Chemical resistance
GRP pipes are corrosion resistant to numerous everyday products, alternatively pipes and associated products can be supplied with a formulation from the worlds resin manufactures to suit your special application. Our technical department will assist to meet your requirements.
Thermal coefficient of expansion
The thermal coefficient of axial expansion and contraction for SONAL pie is 24 to 30*10-6 cm/cmo C.
SONAL pipe is made of glass fiber reinforced plastic. It is produced by filament winding machines, by reproducible processes. All these pipe are provided with resin rich interior layers, providing very smooth inner surface, qualifying AWWA & ASTM standards. This smooth interior surfaces results in very low fluid resistance.
For hydraulic analysis of the very piping system, pipe toughness is the concern.
This roughness is being used in various forms in various updating of hydraulic analysis.

Head loss:
To assist the designer in estimating the head loss associated by using SONAL pipe. Figure 1-3 and 1-4 are provided, when using the chart to estimate the head loss for pipes not specifically noted on the chart. (Due to slight inside diameter variance), he error will be less than 7% for flow velocities between 1 & 3 m/sec, contact us for more details.
Abrasion resistance
Abrasion resistance can be related to the effects that sand or other similar material may have on the interior surface of the pipe. While there is no widely standardized testing procedure or ranking method, however certain test reports are available. Our technical department has such references and these are available on demand.

General there are two types of joints:
Restrained (Tensile resistant)
Flanged joint
Butt and strap joint
Rubber seal locked joint
Adhesive joint
Non-restrained
Bell and spigot
Double bell coupling

Usually following system of jointing is used
FLANGED JOINT
To enable connections with steel and to allow for easy assembling and disassembling of process lines, extralite pipes can be supplied with flanges, drilled in accordance with ANSI, BS, DIN or other specifications. Special requirements can be upon request.
BUTT AND STRAP JOINT
In general, these joints will only be used for diameters over 400mm. The preparation for this rigid joint requires good craftsmanship.
DOUBLE BELL COUPLING
Short pipes are joined using double bell coupling. The sealing of the joint is achieved by the compression of two elastomeric rubber gaskets when the joint is assembled.
BELL AND SPIGOT JOINT
The socket end of this joint is an integral filament wound part of the pipe. The spigot end is a machined part n which O-ring seal is positioned. The flexible joint allows for axial movement of the spigot in the socket and some permissible angular deflection.
RUBBER SEAL LOCK JOINT
This type of joint consists of an integral filament wound socket end and a machined spigot end. The O-ring seal is positioned on the spigot end. The locking device is inserted through an opening in the socket end. If fits in a circumferential groove on the inner side of the socked end and rests against a shoulder on the spigot end. Extralite rubber seal lock joint allows for some axial movement as well as a certain angular deflection.
ADHESIVE JOINT
Pipes are produced with integral socket and spigot ends. Ends are slightly tapered. The inside of the socket matches with the outside of the machined spigot. The two component of the adhesive, namely, epoxy resin and hardner are supplied in appropriately seized cans in correct mixing ratio. 

10,000 STIS PIPE

B Class (BAR PIPE)

C Class (9 BAR PIPE)

D Class (12 BAR PIPE)

80

3.5

1.651797

3.5

1.651797

3.5

1.651797

100

3.5

2.047437

3.5

2.047437

3.5

2.047437

150

4.7

4.109513

4.7

4.109513

4.7

4.109513

200

5.3

6.149885

5.3

6.149885

5.3

6.149885

250

6.5

9.423297

6.5

9.423297

6.5

9.423297

300

7.6

13.21302

7.6

13.21302

7.6

13.21302

350

6.81

13.73366

6.91

13.93923

7.16

14.45367

400

7.36

16.94565

7.45

17.15666

7.84

18.07208

450

8.18

21.1832

8.26

21.39411

8.78

22.76676

500

9.02

25.95037

8.94

25.71617

9.78

28.17888

600

10.73

37.03831

10.85

37.45989

11.71

40.48598

700

12.34

49.68264

12.49

50.29715

13.68

55.18128

800

13.95

64.17621

14.14

65.06548

15.53

71.5836

900

15.61

80.78218

15.78

81.6771

17.32

89.79888

1000

17.23

99.06189

17.45

100.3484

19.25

110.8954

1100

18.86

119.2668

19.08

120.6818

21.15

134.022

1200

20.49

141.3443

20.74

143.0982

22.95

158.633

1300

22.08

164.9905

22.42

167.5742

24.82

185.8492

1400

23.74

191.0353

24.06

193.6538

26.65

214.8903

Fitting and pipeline assecories
SONAL is producing stub mitred fabricated fittings using the same materials that are used to produce SONAL GRP Pipe. One of the benefits of SONAL pipe is the ability is the ability to fabricate a wide assortment of fittings, standard as well as non-standard. GRP molded fittings are fabricated for certain specific requirement. The following tables shows the standard dimensions of standard fittings with different ends configuration.