Bondstrand Series 3200A Fiberglass Pipe

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Bondstrand Series 3200A Fiberglass Pipe(General Industrial Service)(For sizes 2 through 6 inch, use Series 3000A pipe and fittings products)Uses andApplications PerformancePipe and fittings are rated at 200 psig.Boiler feed waterBrine and brackish waterChemical process pipingCooling waterDemineralized waterElectroplatingIndustrial plant pipingMunicipal wasteOilfield piping Potable Water - NSF 61 ListedPower plant and steel mill pipingSewer lines and sewer force mainsSource and recycle waterSump dischargeVent linesWater mainsWater treatmentOperating plus surge pressures to 1.25 times rated operating pressure occurring three times or less per24-hour period.No thrust blocks are required at rated system pressure for most buried piping configurations and mostsoil conditions. For above ground use, consult NOV Fiber Glass Systems.Temperatures to 210 F (99 C) maximum. Sub-zero temperatures will not affect the physical properties.Water in pipe must not be allowed to freeze.Vacuum to -14.7 psig when buried and properly backfilled. For above ground use, refer to collapsepressures listed below under pipe pressure Typical Pipe Performance.Recommended burial depth: 3 to 25 feet.Recommended for water, waste water (pH 1 to 12), and mild chemicals. Consult Bondstrand CorrosionGuide or contact NOV Fiber Glass Systems for recommendations for your particular application.Individual system components may not have the same ratings as the pipe. Refer to the detailedproduct information for the specific components to determine the pressure rating for the systemas a

CompositionPipeFilament-wound fiberglass reinforced epoxy pipe with integral epoxy liner and exteriorcoating.Pipe SizeASTM DesignationinmmD2310D29968 - 16200 - 400RTRP 11FURTRP 11FU1-6430Fittings8 to 16 inch:Filament-wound fiberglass reinforced epoxy elbowsMitered tees, crosses, wyes, and lateralsFlangesFlange rings - Filament-wound fiberglassStub ends - Centrifugally cast fiberglassBlind flangesReference CI3050 for fittings dimensionsAdhesiveNOV Fiber Glass Systems two-part epoxy adhesive for field fabrication.Joining Systems8 to 16-inch:Bell and spigot taper/taper adhesive-bonded joint.Pipe LengthsStandard 20 and 39 foot random lengths.Other lengths available on request.2

Typical Pipe Dimensions and WeightsNominalPipe Size(1)OutsideDiameter(1)InsideDiameterWall 1916.034070.2356.00.2055.2Typical outside diameters of 8 through 12 inch pipe are within API, ASTM and ANSI fiberglass and steel pipe dimensions.NominalPipe SizeTaperAngleTaperLengthPipe 4.21077.5011.15164002.004.71199.4014.00Typical Pipe PerformanceNominalPipe SizeStatic PressureRating at 150 F(3)UltimateInternal Pressure(1)Ultimate Collapse Pressure(2)80 F27 C210 F99 30.9110.8(1)Quality control minimum, biaxial loadingFor vacuum service above ground consult NOV Fiber Glass Systems.(3)At 210 F derate the pipe by a factor of 0.73, linearly interpolate derating factors for temperatures between 150 F and 210 F.(2)Fittings Pressure Ratings(3))NominalPipe Size(1)Elbows 420014Ratings shown are for 90 and 45 elbows. Ratings in 8 to 16 inch sizes are also applicable to elbows of other angles.(2)ANSI B16.5 150 psig bolt pattern(3)At 210 F derate the pipe by a factor of 0.73, linearly interpolate derating factors for temperatures between 150 F and 210 F.3

Typical Physical PropertiesPipe PropertyThermal conductivityUnitsValueASTMBtu-in/(h ft2 F )W/m C1.70.25C17710-6 in/in/ F10-6 cm/cm/ C10 to 1318 to 24D696E228Hazen-Williams150.0—10 ft10-6m50.015.0——1.81D792Coefficient of thermal expansion (linear)(8 - 16 inch)Flow coefficientAbsolute roughnessSpecific gravity-6Typical Mechanical PropertiesPipe Property(1)UnitsValue103 psiMPa103 psiMPa3524070483106 psiGPa106 psiGPa2.7214.229D2105103 psiMPa25169—106 psiGPa2.718—Static, Hoop Stress95% LCL 20-year Life @150 F/65 C103 psiMPa14.298.1D2992 Procedure BCyclic, Hoop Stress95% LCL 20-year Life @75 F/24 C103 psiMPa6.947.4D2992 Procedure A——0.170.15——Tensile strengthLongitudinalCircumferentialTensile modulusLongitudinalCircumferentialCompressive strengthLongitudinalCompressive modulusLongitudinalASTMD2105D1599(4)—Long-Term Hydrostatic Design Basis(3)Poisson’s Ratio(2)νyxνxy(1)(2)(3)4Based on structural wall thickness.The first subscript denotes the direction of applied stress and the second subscript the measured strain contraction.x denotes longitudinal direction.y denotes circumferential direction.Test fixtures were free end type (full end thrust on samples)

NominalPipe SizeChange in LengthDue to Pressure(1)StiffnessFactor(2)inmmin/100 ft/100 psimm/10m/10 barlb in3/in2N 2,566289.9(1)In an unrestrained system due to pressure effects alone.(2)At 5% deflection.Support Spacing(Values are based on a ½-inch (12 mm) deflection at mid span.)Continuous Span(2)Single Span(1)NominalPipe or fluid temperatures above 77 F (25 C) reduce span lengths 0.1-inch/ F (5 mm/ C)(2)Beam fixed at both ends and uniformly distributed loads. Intermediate spans may be calculateby multiplying the single span length by 1.2.(3)Fluid specific gravity.Bending RadiusNominalPipe Size(1)MinimumBending RadiusMaximumDeflectionper 39-ftJointMinimum LengthRequiredfor 10 23003431057601814350418127573221640050715548927At rated pressure. Sharper bends may create excessive stress concentrations.Do not bend pipe until adhesive has cured.5

Guide SpecificationThis specification covers approval, performance, materials and physical properties requirementsfor general industrial service piping in 8 through 16 inch nominal pipe sizes at operating temperatures to 210 F.PerformanceRequirementsPipe, fittings and other components furnished under this specification shall be rated for service to 200 psig at 150 F and capable of 210 F service conditions in accordance with the derating factor. All components shall be rated at or above the design pressure of the system.NominalPipe SizeMaterialsASTM DesignationinmmD2310D29968 - 16200 - 400RTRP 11FURTRP 11FU-6430Liner—All filament-wound pipe shall incorporate an integral liner with a nominal thickness of 0.025 0.005 inches for 8 through 16 inch nominal sizes. The resin system used in the liner shall be achemically resistant thermosetting epoxy resin suitable for the intended service.Structural Wall—Pipe shall be filament wound using continuous glass fiber reinforcements with aresin-compatible finish and a chemically resistant thermo setting epoxy resin. The glass filamentsshall be wound in a dual-angle pattern that takes optimum advantage of the tensile strength of thefilaments. The glass fiber content of the reinforced wall shall not be less than 60% by weight. Pigments or dies may be used in the resin as long as the product remains translucent.External Surface—The pipe shall have a typical 0.005 inch thick resin-rich coating with organicfibrous reinforcement. This protection must be provided for both above and below-ground pipeinstallations. All external surfaces must be resistant to anticipated corrosion imposed by the serviceand the environment.Fittings—Fittings supplied under this specification shall be filament-wound, compression molded, centrifugally cast, or manufactured from mitered pipe sections. The glass fiber content of thestructural portion of compression-molded and filament-wound fittings shall not be less than 55% byweight.Joining MethodsAdhesive-Bonded Bell and Spigot—Both tapered bell and tapered spigot shall have matchingtaper angles and shall be joined by bonding with an epoxy adhesive. The nominal taper angle shallbe 2 on 8 through 16 inch nominal pipe sizes. The adhesive shall be a two-part epoxy supplied asa kit with all necessary application materials.Flanges—Flanges shall be two-piece Van Stone type provided with raised grooves on the sealingsurface. Fiberglass-reinforced, compression-molded or centrifugally cast stub ends are to be adhesive bonded to the pipe or fitting.Adapters or Crossovers—The following adapters or crossovers shall be available on request:Grooved end (8 inch nominal pipe sizes)Cast iron pipe end (8 through 16 inch nominal pipe sizes)6

Pipe ConstructionPipe—Pipe shall be manufactured to steel pipe outside diameters in 8 through 12 inch nominal pipesizes and should be based on nominal inside diameters in 14 inch sizes and above. Outside diameter tolerances shall not exceed 1.0%. Pipe shall be provided in 40 feet random lengths (34 through42 ft) unless otherwise specified. Up to 10 percent shorts may be included in any shipment unlessotherwise agreed upon in writing between purchaser and manufacturer.Wall Thickness—The total wall thickness of pipe furnished to this specification shall not at any pointbe greater than 120 percent nor less than 87.5 percent of the nominal thickness. Nominal wall thickness shall have dimensions as given in the manufacturer’s published literature.Fittings and Flanges—Fittings and flanges shall have dimensions as given in the manufacturer’spublished literature. Flanges shall be drilled to match ANSI 816.5, Class 150 unless specified otherwise in the purchase order.Physical andMechanicalRequirementsValues for physical and mechanical properties shall be within 15% of those shown tabulated above underTypical Physical Properties and Typical Mechanical Properties.WorkmanshipThe pipe and fittings shall be free from all defects, including delamination, indentations, pinholes,foreign inclusions, bubbles and resin-starved areas which, due to their nature, degree or extent,detrimentally affect the strength and serviceability of the pipe or fittings. Pigments or dyes may beused in the resin as long as the product is sufficiently translucent to verify the structural integrity ofthe structural wall. The pipe and fittings shall be as uniform as commercially practicable in color,density and other physical properties.TestingQuality Control Testing—Samples of pipe and fittings shall be tested at random based on standardquality control practices to determine conformance of the materials to the following tests: weight,taper angle, short-term rupture strength, cyclic pressure performance, ring crush strength, Barcolhardness and degree of cure. Each item shall be visually inspected for workmanship.Proof Testing—All components may be required to be hydrostatically tested by the manufacturer to1.5 times the pressure rating for signs of leakage or porosity.MarkingEach component shall be marked to show the following:Manufacturer’s name and addressNominal pipe sizePressure classHydrostatic test pressure (if so ordered)UL Listing Mark (if so ordered)ULC Listing Mark (if so ordered)Date and shift of manufacture (pipe only)7

NSF 61National Oilwell Varco has produced this brochure for general information only, and itis not intended for design purposes. Although every effort has been made to maintainthe accuracy and reliability of its contents, National Oilwell Varco in no way assumesresponsibility for liability for any loss, damage or injury resulting from the use of informationand data herein nor is any warranty expressed or implied. Always cross-reference thebulletin date with the most current version listed at the web site noted in this literature.North America17115 San Pedro Ave. Suite 200San Antonio, Texas 78232 USAPhone: 210 477 7500South AmericaEstrada de Acesso á ZonaIndustrial Portuária de Suape, s/no.Recife, PE, Brazil 55.590-000Phone: 55 81 3501 0023EuropeP.O. Box 6, 4190 CAGeldermalsen, The NetherlandsPhone: 31 345 587 587Asia PacificNo. 7A, Tuas Avenue 3Jurong, Singapore 639407Phone: 65 6861 6118Middle EastP.O. Box 17324Dubai, UAEPhone: 971 4881 2013, National Oilwell Varco. All rights reserved.CI3210 - July 2013

Bondstrand Series 3200A Fiberglass Pipe (General Industrial Service) (For sizes 2 through 6 inch, use Series 3000A pipe and fittings products) Uses and Applications Performance

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