1 30"-64" Ductile Iron industrial Applications, water & Wastewater
2 2 Table of Contents Flanged Fittings for Water 3 Flange Details 5 Flanged Fittings 6 90º and 45º Bend /2º and 11-1/4º Bends 7 Tees 8 Crosses Base Bends 14 Base Tees 15 Base Drilling Details for Base Bends and Tees 18 Concentric Reducers 19 Eccentric Reducers 21 90º Long Radius Bends 23 Reducing Bends Blind Flanges 25 Wye Branches 26 True Wyes 27 Straight Flare 28 Flange and Flare 90º Bends (Standard and Long Radius) 29 Method of Designating Outlets of Reducing Fittings in Specifications 30 Method of Designating Location of Tapped Holes When Specified 31 Combination of Standard Fittings That May be Used in lace of Special Fittings 32 roducts for Water, Waste Water and Fire rotection 33 Note: If specifiers and users believe that corrosive soils will be encountered where our products are to be installed, please refer to ANSI/AWWA C105/A21.5 olyethelene Encasement for Ductile Iron ipe Systems for proper external protection procedures.
3 3 Flanged Fittings for Water and Other Liquids are typical components in rigid piping systems. Such systems are particularly suited for above ground installation: water filtration plants, sewage disposal plants, wastewater treatment plants, pumping stations and industrial plants. Our Special rojects Department has the knowledge and experience to assist with the unique design challenges of plant work. Coating Systems Unless otherwise specified, flanged fittings will be furnished with a standard thickness cement-mortar lining with asphaltic coating inside and outside. Fittings are furnished coated or uncoated in accordance with the purchasers requirements. ANSI /AWWA Standards ANSI/AWWA C110/A21.10 Ductile-Iron and Gray-Iron Fittings. For Water (3-through 48" sizes). ANSI/AWWA C153/A21.53 Ductile-Iron Compact Fittings, For Water Service (54" through 64" sizes). U.S. ipe s Flanged Fittings are produced of Ductile Iron and conform to the applicable requirements for Ductile Iron fittings specified in ANSI/AWWA C110/A21.10 ANSI/AWWA C104/21.4 Cement-Mortar Lining for Ductile-Iron and Gray-Iron Fittings for Water. Coating system options include primer base coat and cement-mortar lining with asphaltic coating inside. ASTM A536 "Standard Specification for Ductile Iron Castings." The underground use of the flanged joint is generally not recommended due to the rigidity of the joint. Unequal settlement or other stressing of such piping may result in excessive strain on the flanges or the pipe.
4 4 Flanged Fittings for Water and Other Liquids (cont.) Accessories The gaskets and bolts to be used with flanged pipe and fittings should be selected by the purchaser with due consideration for the particular service and installation requirements. Flanged joint accessories (bolts, nuts and gaskets) can be furnished by U.S. ipe if so specified. U.S. ipe's FULL FACE FLANGE-TYTE Gaskets or RING FLANGE-TYTE Gaskets (4" through 64"size) are recommended for all flanged joints. Flange Compatibility and ressure Ratings The flanges of ANSI/AWWA C110/A21.10 and C153/A21.53 standards conform to the drilling and facing of ANSI B16.1 Class 125 flanges. This B16.1 Class 125 designation leads some to conclude that these AWWA flanges are only rated at 125 psi service which is not correct. ANSI/AWWA C110/A21.10 flanged fittings are rated for 350 psi operating pressure for 3" through 12" sizes, 250 psi operating pressure for 14" through 48" sizes and ANSI/AWWA C153/A21.53 fittings are rated for 150 psi operating pressure for 54" through 64" sizes. These ratings are at ambient temperatures with at least a 2:1 factor of safety. Special gaskets such as U.S. ipe s FULL FACE FLANGE-TYTE Gaskets or RING FLANGE-TYTE Gaskets are required for operating pressures greater than 250 psi. (Flanges of Ductile Iron fittings meeting the requirements of ANSI/AWWA C110/A21.10 cannot be joined with Class 250 ANSI B16.1 flanges.) Special Service Requirements When requesting prices for flanged piping other than water service, please furnish complete information regarding the type of material to be conveyed, composition, concentration, ph, pressure and temperature. NOTE: U.S. ipe recommends the use of FULL FACE FLANGE-TYTE Gaskets or RING FLANGE-TYTE Gaskets with Ductile Iron flanged joint products supplied by U.S. ipe. These gaskets were designed specifically for the unique surface of Ductile Iron. Flat rubber gaskets are NOT considered equal in performance and may not provide the sealing capability the project requires. In addition, their use could result in unintended damage to the flanges and threads of the fabricated pipe by applying excess torque to the bolts/flanges in order to seal the joint.
5 5 Flanged Fittings - Flange Details Dimensions Inches Size Bolt Hole Bolt Qty. of Inches OD BC T Diameter Diameter & Length Bolts ±.12 3/4 5/8 x 2-1/ ±.12 3/4 5/8 x ±.12 7/8 3/4 x 3-1/ ±.12 7/8 3/4 x 3-1/ ± /8 x ± /8 x ± /8 1 x 4-1/ ± /8 1 x 4-1/ ± /4 1-1/8 x ± /4 1-1/8 x ± /8 1-1/4 x 5-1/ ± /8 1-1/4 x 6-1/ ± /8 1-1/2 x ± /8 1-1/2 x 7-1/ ± /8 1-1/2 x ± /4 x 8-1/ ± /4 x ± /4 x 9 52 LAYING LENGTH DIMENSIONS: ipe face-to-face dimensions conform to a tolerance of ±.12" for sizes 3"-64" Fittings face-to-face dimensions conform to a tolerance of ±.06" for sizes 3"-10" and ±.12" for sizes 12"-64". The largest opening governs the tolerance for all openings. Center-to-face tolerances are one half the face-to-face tolerances. FLANGES: The bolt circle and bolt holes of these flanges match those of ANSI/AWWA C115/A21.15 and Class 125 flanges shown in ANSI B16.1 and can be joined with A21.15 and Class 125 B16.1 flanges. The flanges do not match the Class 250 flanges shown in ANSI B16.1 and cannot be joined with Class 250 B16.1 flanged fittings and valves. For technical information on Class 250 flanges see U.S. ipe's Class 250 Flanges submittal document at FACING: Class 125 flanges are plain faced without projection and are furnished smooth or with shallow serrations. CERTIFICATION: Complies with ANSI/AWWA C115/A21.15 Flanged Ductile Iron ipe.
6 6 Flanged Fittings - 90º and 45º Bends Dimensions Weight ressure Inches ounds Size Rating 90º 45º 90º 45º Inches psi t A R A R NOTE: Actual weights of fittings, sizes 54"-64", may exceed those shown. For flange details see page 5. Sizes 30"-48" conform to ANSI/AWWA C110/A2l.10. Sizes 54"-64" conform to ANSI/AWWA C153/A21.53.
7 7 Flanged Fittings /2º and 11-1/4º Bends Dimensions Weight ressure Inches ounds Size Rating 22-1/2º 11-1/4º 22-1/2º 11-1/4º Inches psi t A R A R NOTE: Actual weights of fittings, sizes 54"-64", may exceed those shown. For flange details see page 5. Sizes 30"-48" conform to ANSI/AWWA C110/A2l.10. Sizes 54"-64" conform to ANSI/AWWA C153/A21.53.
8 8 Flanged Fittings - Tees Size ressure Rating Dimensions Weight Inches psi Inches ounds Run Branch t T 1 H J Tee NOTE: Actual weights of fittings, sizes 54"-64", may exceed those shown.
9 9 Flanged Fittings - Tees (cont.) Size ressure Rating Dimensions Weight Inches psi Inches ounds Run Branch t T 1 H J Tee NOTE: Actual weights of fittings, sizes 54"-64", may exceed those shown.
10 10 Flanged Fittings - Tees (cont.) Size ressure Rating Dimensions Weight Inches psi Inches ounds Run Branch T T 1 H J Tee NOTE: Actual weights of fittings, sizes 54"-64", may exceed those shown.
11 11 Flanged Fittings - Crosses Size ressure Rating Dimensions Weight Inches psi Inches ounds Run Branch t T 1 H J Cross NOTE: Actual weights of fittings, sizes 54"-64", may exceed those shown.
12 12 Flanged Fittings - Crosses (cont.) Size ressure Rating Dimensions Weight Inches psi Inches ounds Run Branch t T 1 H J Cross NOTE: Actual weights of fittings, sizes 54"-64", may exceed those shown.
13 13 Flanged Fittings - Crosses (cont.) Size ressure Rating Dimensions Weight Inches psi Inches ounds Run Branch T T 1 H J Cross NOTE: Actual weights of fittings, sizes 54"-64", may exceed those shown.
14 14 Flanged Fittings - 90º Base Bends Size ressure Dimensions Weight Inches Rating Inches ounds psi R S Diameter t u Base BeND Base Only * * * NOTE: Actual weights of fittings, sizes 54"-64", may exceed those shown. For flange detail see page 5. Dimension R is a finished dimension; unfinished bases will be 1/8" longer. For base drilling details see page 18. *Not included in AWWA C110 or C153
15 15 Flanged Fittings - Base Tees SIZE Inches pressure rating psi diameter Inches weight ounds run branch R S diameter T U base bend base only NOTE: Actual weights of fittings, sizes 54"-64", may exceed those shown. For flange detail see page 5. Dimension R is a finished dimension; unfinished bases will be 1/8" longer. For base drilling details see page 18. *Not included in AWWA C110 or C153
16 16 Flanged Fittings - Base Tees (cont.) SIZE Inches pressure rating psi diameter Inches weight ounds run branch R S diameter T U base bend base only NOTE: Actual weights of fittings, sizes 54"-64", may exceed those shown. For flange detail see page 5. Dimension R is a finished dimension; unfinished bases will be 1/8" longer. For base drilling details see page 18. *Not included in AWWA C110 or C153
17 17 Flanged Fittings - Base Tees (cont.) SIZE Inches pressure rating psi diameter Inches weight ounds run branch R S diameter T U base bend base only NOTE: Actual weights of fittings, sizes 54"-64", may exceed those shown. For flange detail see page 5. Dimension R is a finished dimension; unfinished bases will be 1/8" longer. For base drilling details see page 18. *Not included in AWWA C110 or C153
18 18 Flanged Fittings-Base Drilling Details for Base Bends and Base Tees Size Fitting Inches Dimensions Inches Bolt Bolt Hole Number Circle DiameteR of Bolts / /4 4 54* /4 4 60* /8 4 64* /8 4 * Not included in AWWA C110 or C153
19 19 Flanged Fittings - Concentric Reducers Concentric Size ressure Rating Dimensions Weight Inches psi Inches ounds run BRANCH t t 1 L
20 20 Flanged Fittings - Concentric Reducers (cont.) Size ressure Rating Dimensions Weight Inches psi Inches ounds run BRANCH t t 1 L NOTE: Actual weights of fittings, sizes 54"-64" may exceed those shown. Sizes 3"-48" conform to ANSI/AWWA C110/A Sizes 54"-64" conform to ANSI/AWWA C153/A For flange details see page 5. On reducers of certain end combinations the number of bolt holes on one flange have an odd number in one quadrant and the opposite flange has an even number of holes in the same quadrant so that there are only four positions in which the reducers can be placed to properly assemble with the adjacent piping. lease take particular note that flange reducers have the vertical centerline marked on the edge of the flange. If assembled with the centerline in the vertical plane, the casting will properly assemble.
21 21 Flanged Fittings - Eccentric Reducers Eccentric Size ressure Rating Dimensions Weight Inches psi Inches ounds run BRANCH t t 1 L
22 22 Flanged Fittings - Eccentric Reducers (cont.) Size Inches ressure Rating psi Dimensions Inches Weight ounds run BRANCH t t 1 L NOTE: Actual weights of fittings, sizes 54"-64" may exceed those shown. Sizes 3"-48" conform to ANSI/AWWA C110/A Sizes 54"-64" conform to ANSI/AWWA C153/A For flange details see page 5. On reducers of certain end combinations the number of bolt holes on one flange have an odd number in one quadrant and the opposite flange has an even number of holes in the same quadrant so that there are only four positions in which the reducers can be placed to properly assemble with the adjacent piping. lease take particular note that flange reducers have the vertical centerline marked on the edge of the flange. If assembled with the centerline in the vertical plane, the casting will properly assemble. *Not included in AWWA C110 or C153
23 23 Flanged Fittings 90º Long Radius Bends 90º Bend Long Radius Nominal ressure Wall B Weights Size Rating Thickness Inches ounds Inches psi Inches NOTE: Thicknesses and Dimensions Conforming to ANSI B16.1 For flange details see page 5.
24 24 Flanged Fittings Reducing Bends 90º Size Inches A R T T1 Weight ounds 30 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
25 25 Flanged Fittings Blind Flanges 2" - 10" 12" - 48" NOTE: Actual weights of fittings, sizes 54"-64", may exceed those shown. For bolt hole details see page 5. Dimensions Inches Size ressure Rating Diameter Thickness Wall Blind Flanges Inches psi of Flange of Flange thickness ounds o Q V
26 26 Flanged Fittings Wye Branches Size ressure Rating Dimensions Weight Inches psi Inches ounds RUN BRANCH RUN BRANCH For flange details see page 5 Wall Thickness A B C
27 27 Flanged Fittings Straight Flare Size T R B L Weight Inches ounds For flange details see page 5.
28 28 Flange and Flare 90º Bends Standard and Long Radius Miscellaneous Flanged Fittings DIMENSIONS Inches WEIGHT ounds DIMENSIONS Inches WEIGHT ounds STANDARD LONG RADIUS SIZE A B C DIAMETER WALL T SIZE A B For flange details see page 5.
29 29 Method of Designating Outlets of Reducing Fittings in Specifications NOTE: The largest opening establishes the basic size of a reducing fitting. The largest opening is named first, except for bullhead tees which are reducing on both runs and for double branch elbows where both branches are reducing, the outlet is the largest opening and named last in both cases. In designating the openings of reducing fittings they should be read in the order indicated by the sequence of the letters a, b, c and d. In designating the outlets of side outlet reducing fittings the side outlet is named last and in the case of the cross which is not shown the side outlet is designated by the letter e. Fittings of the configurations shown on this page that are not covered on pages 6 through 28 may be furnished on special order. Consult your nearest U.S. ipe Sales Representative.
30 30 Method of Designating Location of Tapped Holes When Specified NOTE: The above sketches show two views of the same fitting and represent fittings with symmetrical shapes, with the exception of the side outlet elbow and the side outlet tee (straight sizes). Fittings of the configurations shown on this page that are not covered on pages 6 through 28 may be furnished on special order. Consult your nearest U.S. ipe Sales Representative.
31 31 Combination of Standard Fittings That May be Used in lace of Special Fittings The illustrations in the SECIAL columns on this page indicate typical fittings that are often required with a combination of bell, plain end, and flange outlets. The laying dimensions of these fittings are not covered by any standard and they are therefore usually named SECIAL inasmuch as they are made to order to suit certain conditions in piping installations. To the right of each SECIAL fitting is shown a combination of Standard fittings that can be used to obtain the same outlet effects as the Specials. The laying dimensions may not be interchangeable since the dimensions of the Standard fittings are fixed whereas the Special can be made to a variety of desired lengths. The use of Standard fittings wherever possible is always recommended as the most economical and such fittings can usually be shipped out of stock. In sending inquiries for fittings of dimensions deviating from the Standard, state specifically the type of outlets wanted, reading, sizes, etc., as shown on this page, and give exact dimension from the center line to outlet.
32 32 roducts for Water, Wastewater and Fire rotection ductile iron pipe TYTON JOINT ipe Mechanical Joint ipe TR FLEX ipe H LOK ipe Flanged ipe Grooved ipe USIFLEX Boltless Ball Joint ipe For Subaqueous Installations size range 3"-64" Ductile Iron 4"-12" Ductile Iron 4"-36" Ductile Iron 30"-64" Ductile Iron 3"-64" Ductile Iron 4-36 Ductile Iron 4"-48" Ductile Iron restrained Joints TR FLEX Restrained Joint 4"-36" Ductile Iron H LOK Restrained Joint 30"-64" Ductile Iron MJ FIELD LOK Gaskets 4"-24" FIELD LOK 350 Gaskets 4"-24" FIELD LOK Gasket 30" & 36" TR FLEX GRIER Rings 4"-36" Ductile Iron TR TELE FLEX Assemblies 4"-24" Ductile Iron Fittings TYTON Fittings TRIM TYTON Fittings TR FLEX Fittings and TR FLEX Telescoping Sleeves H LOK Fittings and H LOK Telescoping Sleeves Mechanical Joint Fittings Flanged Fittings XTRA FLEX Couplings 14"-24" Ductile Iron 4-12 Ductile Iron 4"-36" Ductile Iron Ductile Iron 30"-48" Ductile Iron 30"-64" Ductile Iron 4"-24" Ductile Iron Miscellaneous products ROTECTO 401 Lined Ductile Iron ipe for 4"-64" Ductile Iron Domestic Sewage and Industrial Wastes GLASS Lined Ductile Iron ipe for Wastewater Treatment lants 4-30 Ductile Iron RING FLANGE-TYTE Gaskets 4"-36" FULL FACE FLANGE-TYTE Gaskets 4"-64" MJ Harness-Lok 4-48 Ductile Iron Saddle Outlets Various Ductile Iron Welded Outlets Various Ductile Iron olyethylene Encasement 4"-64" Our products are manufactured in conformance with National Standards so that our customers may be assured of getting the performance and longevity they expect. Use of accessories or other appurtenances that do not comply with recognized standards may jeopardize the performance and longevity of the project.
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