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Catalog 2015
Single and Double Wall Piping System
CATALOG: 267US01
REVISION: 00
EDITION: MARCH 2015
FILE NAME: 267US01_SMARTFLEX_TECHNICAL_&_
PRODUCT_CATALOG_Letter
INDEX
THE COMPANY ................................................................................................................................... 6
1 · SMARTFLEX SYSTEM - TECHNICAL DATA ..........................................................................8
1.1 WHAT IS THE SMARTFLEX SYSTEM .................................................................................. 11
1.2 MAIN CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SMARTFLEX SYSTEM ....................................................11
1.3 FIELDS OF USE ................................................................................................................ 12
1.4 SINGLE WALL PIPES ........................................................................................................ 13
1.5 DOUBLE WALL PIPES ....................................................................................................... 14
1.6 PIPE PACKAGING ............................................................................................................. 16
1.7 FITTINGS ......................................................................................................................... 17
1.7.1 SINGLE WALL ELECTROFUSION FITTINGS
1.8
1.7.2 SINGLE WALL SPIGOT FITTINGS
1.7.3 DOUBLE WALL COAXIAL ELECTROFUSION FITTINGS
1.7.4 DOUBLE WALL SPIGOT FITTINGS
PENETRATION FITTINGS .................................................................................................19
1.9 HDPE TANK & DISPENSER SUMPS ................................................................................. 19
1.10 TOOLS AND ACCESSORIES ............................................................................................ 21
1.10.1 MULTIFUNCTION WELDING UNIT
1.11 MAXIMUM OPERATING PRESSURE AND MINIMUM BENDING RADIUS ............................. 22
1.12 PRODUCT WARRANTY ................................................................................................... 22
1.13 APPROVALS .................................................................................................................. 23
1.14 REFERENCES ................................................................................................................. 23
2 · STORAGE & HANDLING .................................................................................................... 24
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
PIPE LOADING AND UNLOADING ...................................................................................... 24
PIPE TRANSPORT ............................................................................................................ 24
PIPE HANDLING ............................................................................................................... 24
PIPE STORAGE ................................................................................................................ 25
PIPE STACKING ............................................................................................................... 25
3 · TECHNICAL DATA ............................................................................................................ 27
3.1 MECHANICAL IMPACT AND LOADING ............................................................................... 27
3.2 INSTALLATIONS WHERE THERMAL EXPANSION IS ALLOWED ........................................... 27
3.3 INSTALLATIONS WHERE THERMAL EXPANSION IS NOT ALLOWED .................................... 33
3.4 SUSPENDED PIPE INSTALLATIONS ................................................................................... 36
3.5 SECURING OF THREADED FITTINGS ................................................................................. 39
3.6 WATER HAMMER EFFECT ................................................................................................ 40
3.7 HEAD LOSSES ................................................................................................................. 42
3.7.1 PIPE HEAD LOSSES
3.7.2 FITTINGS HEAD LOSSES
3.8 PIPING SIZES CALCULATION ............................................................................................ 49
4 · INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS OF PIPE AND FITTINGS .....................................................51
4.1 INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................. 51
4.2 INSTALLATION LAYOUT ..................................................................................................... 51
4.3 TRENCHING AND BACKFILLING .......................................................................................... 53
4.4 BACKFILL .......................................................................................................................... 54
4.5 BACKFILL CLASSIFICATION ............................................................................................... 55
4.6 CONCRETE BACKFILL ........................................................................................................ 56
4.7 MULTIFUNCTION WELDING UNIT ........................................................................................ 58
4.8 CHECKS PRIOR TO ELECTROFUSION WELDING .................................................................. 60
4.9 ELECTROFUSION WELDING .............................................................................................. 61
4.10 ELECTROFUSION WELDING GUIDELINES ............................................................................ 63
4.11 CHECKS AFTER ELECTROFUSION WELDING ....................................................................... 65
4.12 ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS OF COAXIAL DOUBLE WALL FITTINGS
FOR Ø 1" ½ - 2" - 4" PRIMARY PIPE AND FOR Ø 2" - 2" ½ - 5" SECONDARY PIPE ............ 66
4.13 ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS OF COAXIAL DOUBLE WALL FITTINGS
FOR Ø 3" PRIMARY PIPE AND FOR Ø 5" SECONDARY PIPE ................................................ 70
4.14 ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS FOR MODEL SMEDW110125
(Ø 3" PRIMARY PIPE FOR Ø 5" SECONDARY PIPE) ............................................................ 74
4.15 ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS FOR MODEL STEDWR110125
(Ø 4" PRIMARY PIPE FOR Ø 5" SECONDARY PIPE) ............................................................ 77
5 · INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS OF ENTRY BOOTS ....................................................................... 80
5.1 ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS OF AN ELECTROFUSION ENTRY BOOT
FOR SINGLE AND DOUBLE WALL SYSTEMS MODEL SEBEP ................................................ 80
5.2 ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS OF AN ELECTROFUSION ENTRY BOOT
FOR FIBERGLASS TANKS MODEL SEBEF_A ....................................................................... 84
6 · MODIFICATION AND REPAIR OF SMARTFLEX SITES .................................................................... 90
7 · SMARTFLEX PRESSURE TEST ...................................................................................................... 92
8 · BIOFUELS ..................................................................................................................................... 96
8.1 BIOFUELS: THE ANSWER IS THE SMARTFLEX SYSTEM ..................................................... 96
9 · ELECTROSTATIC SAFETY FOR THE SMARTFLEX SYSTEM ........................................................... 97
9.1 TESTS ................................................................................................................................. 99
9.2 CONCLUSIONS................................................................................................................... 100
10 · FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS .................................................................................. 102
11 · SMARTFLEX SYSTEM - PIPE & FITTINGS - PRODUCT RANGE ....................................... 109
12 · SMARTFLEX SYSTEM - HDPE TANK & DISPENSER SUMPS ........................................... 151
13 · SMARTFLEX SYSTEM - WELDING UNITS & ACCESSORIES ........................................... 157
14 · SMARTFLEX SYSTEM - SPECIAL PRODUCTS ................................................................ 169
GENERAL SALES CONDITIONS ........................................................................................................ 199
THE COMPANY
Registered Office & Headquarters - NUPIGECO S.p.A. - Busto Arsizio (VA) Italy
Production, Operations & Administration Center - NUPIGECO S.p.A. - Castel Guelfo di Bologna (BO) Italy
Production Facility - NUPIGECO S.p.A. - Imola (BO) Italy
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Nupi Americas Inc. was founded in 2001 and
is based in Houston, TX where it established
a warehouse and production facility. Another
warehouse is located in New England.
Nupi Americas has its roots in NUPI S.p.A. and
GECO System S.p.A. – two Italian companies both
founded in the early 1970s – that merged to
become NUPIGECO S.p.A. in 2008.
NUPIGECO S.p.A. and Nupi Americas together
develop and manufacture piping systems for
use in industrial, sanitary (plumbing), HVAC,
waterworks, gas and irrigation markets.
Relying on experience and constant growth,
our companies have proven to be cutting edge
manufacturers, ready to meet the needs of the
market while also protecting the environment. In
1995, following the completion of an extensive
Research and Development program, we
introduced a new range of revolutionary piping
systems specifically designed for petroleum,
chemical and petrochemical applications.
Since then, two special piping systems made
of High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) have
been marketed worldwide: SMARTFLEX for the
downstream and OILTECH for the upstream.
ELOFIT is the High Density Polyethylene
system of electrofusion fittings and special
components for the conveyance of water
and gas under pressure. It is suitable for the
conveyance and distribution of drinking water and
alimentary fluids, fuel and inert gases and for
water treatment plants, centralised irrigation and
sewage systems, fire protection systems and pipe
relining.
NIRON is a complete Polypropylene pipe and
fitting system for the distribution of hot and
cold water in plumbing and air conditioning
systems, for the conveyance of drinking water
and alimentary fluids, industrial plants and for
the transport of compressed air and chemical
substances. The pipes and fittings that compose
the NIRON range are manufactured using Random
Copolymer Polypropylene (PPRCT), a plastic
material with a special molecular structure
ensuring high mechanical resistance and
duration, even at high temperatures and
pressures.
THE COMPANY
More product ranges marketed by Nupi Americas
are ELOPRESS - a complete range of PP
fittings for the distribution of drinking water
and alimentary fluids, ELAMID - a complete
piping system made of Polyamide 12 that
satisfies high performance requirements in
gas supply applications and SMARTCONDUIT
- designed to contain electrical and
communication cables in high groundwater
or hydrocarbon-rich environments.
Our trademarked systems are real system
solutions, covering a wide range of applications,
reducing costs, avoiding waste and increasing
productivity. Thanks to their quality, these products
have passed many different tests and have
obtained the most prestigious certificates
and listings, in line with the regulations of the five
continents for the construction of water and gas
networks and systems for the transport of fuels.
Producing better quality and being cost effective
is the goal, which is made easier everyday by new
technology. Our companies are continuously
investing in research and development
programs, while strengthening our production
systems, operated by a sophisticated technology
that guarantees the highest quality of products.
Our facilities use modern, state-of-the-art
computer controlled production equipment and
methods that guarantee products of the
highest quality together with continuous
quality control systems.
On these solid foundations Nupigeco and Nupi
Americas demonstrate leadership throughout
the thermoplastic piping industry. Our customers
can rely on the best quality materials and precise
manufacture, obtained through completely
automated production systems and continuous ontime deliveries, resulting in timely deliveries which
allow planning to be done in real time.
Customer satisfaction is pursued through
high quality products and the constant
attention to our customers’ needs and
requirements and by means of an effective
team of people in post-sales service, effective and
precise technical assistance and intensive training
of installers.
Production, Operations & Administration Center - NUPIGECO S.p.A. - Castel Guelfo di Bologna (BO) Italy
Production, Operations & Administration Center - NUPI AMERICAS INC. - Houston (TX)
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SYSTEMS
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TECHNICAL DATA
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1.1
WHAT IS THE SMARTFLEX SYSTEM
The SMARTFLEX system comprises a Composite multilayer piping system, Electrofusion fittings
and Tools suitable for the conveyance of petroleum products, alcohols, alcohol-gasoline mixtures
and biofuels.
The SMARTFLEX range is available both in SINGLE WALL and DOUBLE WALL systems.
SMARTFLEX is manufactured using the latest technopolymers that are biocompatible and 100%
recyclable.
The quality of the materials used and the strict quality controls in its manufacture allow NUPI AMERICAS
to provide a product warranty of 30 years.
1.2
MAIN CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SMARTFLEX SYSTEM
FULL DOUBLE WALL RANGE
Range:
Primary ø 1” ½ - Secondary ø 2”
Primary ø 2” - Secondary ø 2” ½
Primary ø 3” - Secondary ø 5”
Primary ø 4” - Secondary ø 5”
Thanks to an investment of more than US $ 3,5 million all our fittings are molded. This means
more compact parts (less bulky installations) and ease of implementation by reducing the time
of labor.
FULL SINGLE WALL RANGE
Full range from ø 1” ½ to ø 4”.
More than 12,000 service stations in the five continents in perfect working order.
NO CORROSION
HDPE pipes are resistant to all degrees of water hardness as well as chemicals (with pH
values between 1 and 14). They have a high resistance to acids and alkalis in a wide range of
concentrations and temperatures.
RESISTANCE TO STRAY CURRENTS
Polyethylene is a very poor electrical conductor, thereby avoiding the risk of perforation of the
pipe or fittings caused by stray currents.
LOW PRESSURE DROP
Smartflex™ pipes have reduced pressure losses because their surface is very smooth (roughness
= 0.000005 ft and Hazen-Williams friction factor = 150).
ABRASION RESISTANCE
The high resistance to abrasion of the Smartflex™ system provides high velocity of gasoline
circulation without erosion problems.
LIFE
More than 30 years, depending on the temperature and working pressure.
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1.3
FIELDS OF USE
The most common applications for SMARTFLEX pipes and fittings, both in suction and pressure
installations, are as follows:
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•
•
•
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ROAD AND MOTORWAY SERVICE STATIONS
HARBOR AND MARINE SERVICE STATIONS (MARINAS)
FUEL DISTRIBUTION IN AIRPORTS
FUEL STORAGE TANKS
GENERATOR CONNECTIONS TO FUEL TANKS
The Smartflex™ system has been optimised for use in underground applications and
for the conveyance of the following fuels*:
• Gasoline
• Unleaded petrol 98
• Unleaded petrol 95
• Unleaded petrol 95 with 8-10% ethanol (E10-SE95)
• Methanol
• Toluene
• Kerosene
• Diesel without sulphur
• Diester Diesel
• Fuel (FOD)
• CLAMC (fuel for heating)
• Jet Fuel A
• Biodiesel
• E85
• Diesel Exhaust Fuel (DEF)
* The list is not complete
It is suitable for all installations:
• Product
• Filling
• Vent
• Vapor recovery VR1 and VR2
It is also used for the conveyance of fuel at airports, in the industrial field and for the transport of
aggressive fluids in general (contact us for further information).
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1.4
SINGLE WALL PIPES
OD
SMARTFLEX single wall pipes for the transport of petroleum products, alcohols, alcohol-gasoline
mixtures and biofuels.
EXTERNAL
EXTERNAL
LAYER
LAYER
A primary pipe is the pipe that carries fuel and is provided of a protective liner.
S
When primary pipe is used without a secondary pipe it is called a SINGLE WALL pipe.
ID
Primary pipe is a multilayer pipe manufactured through a production process called “co-extrusion”
(contemporary extrusion of various layers of pipe comprised of different materials).
It combines the excellent mechanical properties of HDPE (High Density Polyethylene) and the low
permeability and high chemical resistance of an inner and/or outer layer made of a polymeric
material specifically suited to the application.
LINER
INTERNAL
LAYER
This inner layer (liner) guarantees the following:
• A barrier impermeable to fuels
• Excellent resistance to wearing
• High resistance to long-term pressure
• Limited head loss
UL SINGLE WALL PIPES
TSMAXP
TSMAUXP
MINIMUM PIPE
WALL THICKNESS
S min
MINIMUM PIPE
INTERNAL DIAMETER
ID
(in.)
(in.)
1” ½
0.18
1.56
2”
0.22
1.98
3”
0.30
2.89
4”
0.35
3.56
1” ½
0.16
1.61
2”
0.20
2.03
3”
0.28
2.94
4”
0.33
3.61
OUTSIDE
DIAMETER
OD (in.)
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1.5
DOUBLE WALL PIPES
SMARTFLEX double wall pipes for the transport of fuels, alcohols, alcohol-gasoline mixtures and
biofuels.
A DOUBLE WALL pipe is a primary pipe encapsulated by a secondary pipe.
In SMARTFLEX double wall pipes, the secondary pipe is not just a containment barrier but it is
a real high-density polyethylene pipe capable of sustaining the pressure or pressure drop of an
automated monitoring system. This external pipe is also available with an inner barrier layer as
requested by standards (e.g. UL) and by customers’ specific requests.
The advantages are as follows:
• Excellent chemical resistance to alcohols, solvents, saline, acid and alkaline solutions
• High resistance to long-term pressure
SECONDARY
PIPE
INTERSTICIAL
SPACE
INTERSTICIAL
TEST
SPACE
PORT
THREADED
ADAPTER
SECON
PIP
TEST
PORT
THREADED
ADAPTER
P
PRIMARY
PIPE
TERMINATING
FITTING
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TERMINATING
FITTING
SINGLE WALL SYSTEM
DN
TSMAXP
1” ½ - 2” - 3” - 4”
TSMAUXP
1” ½ - 2” - 3” - 4”
DOUBLE WALL SYSTEM
DN primary
DN secondary
TSMAXPD
1” ½ - 2” - 3” - 4”
2” - 2” ½ - 5”
TSMAUXPD
1” ½ - 2” - 3” - 4”
2” - 2” ½ - 5”
AdBlue/DEF/Urea SYSTEM
DN primary
DN secondary
TSMAUREA
1” ½
TSMADUREA
1” ½
2”
SECONDARY SYSTEM
DN
TSMAXS
2” - 2” ½ - 5”
TSMAUXS
2” - 2” ½ - 5”
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1.6
PIPE PACKAGING
Each package includes a set number of straight lengths (see table below) to allow flexibility in the
amount of lengths included in purchase orders.
Each plastic bag contains the following number of straight lengths:
Outside diameter
OD (in.)
Quantity
1” ½
5
2”
4
2” ½
3
3”
2
4”
2
The plastic bag is made of black polyethylene.
Product
Model
Color Code
Application
SUPERSMARTFLEX
TSMAXP, TSMAXS,
Green
NV, VR, FL, PC, PS
SUPERSMARTFLEX
TSMAUXP, TSMAUXS,
Yellow
NV, VR
SMARTFLEX
TSMAUREA, TSMASUREA,
TSMADUREA
Silver
NV, VR, FL, PC, PS
PS
PC
NV
VR
FL
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→ Double Wall Pipe
→ Primary Pipe
→ Vent Pipe
→ Vapor Recovery Pipe
→ Fill Pipe
1.7FITTINGS
The SMARTFLEX fitting range is the most comprehensive on the market today including the
following:
• Single wall electrofusion fittings
• Adapters and risers
• Double wall coaxial electrofusion fittings
• Termination electrofusion fittings
• Electrofusion and mechanical penetration fittings
• Mechanical fittings
• Spigot fittings
1.7.1
SINGLE WALL ELECTROFUSION FITTINGS
The single wall electrofusion fitting range includes:
• Couplings (model SME, SMEN)
• 90° elbows (model SGE)
• 45° elbows (model SCE)
• Tees (model STE, STELV)
• End caps (model STPCEL)
• Reducers (model SRDEL)
All provide a considerable insertion length and thickness, thus ensuring water tight connection as
well as quick and secure installation.
1.7.2
SINGLE WALL SPIGOT FITTINGS
The single wall fitting range includes the following:
• Threaded adapters with nickel plated brass (model SAMNP, SAFNP), EZ FIT adapters with
nickel plated brass (model SAEFNP) and galvanised (model SRCPG)
• Long risers male (model SALM) and EZ FIT long adapter (model SALE)
• Loose flanges (model SFLAKA) suitable for flanged connections. This model is available also
with Viton gaskets and AISI 304 stainless steel flanges for special applications (e.g. AdBlue/
DEF/Urea)
• Spigot fittings (SG, ST, STPCL,SR)
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1.7.3
DOUBLE WALL COAXIAL ELECTROFUSION FITTINGS
Double wall electrofusion fittings are manufactured using NUPI AMERICAS proprietary procedures
and technologies and are the most innovative products of their kind available on the market.
SMARTFLEX double wall electrofusion fittings are entirely coaxial, therefore allowing them to
have a continuous interstitial space that can be monitored. The interstitial space can be accessed
through termination fittings (model SETFV and SETFCV) equipped with special quick connection
valves compatible with pneumatic components that are available on the market. It can also be
accessed through specific SMARTFLEX double wall fittings equipped with a special test port
(model SCEDWTP, SGEDWTP, SMEDWTP, STEDWTP and SRDWETP).
The use of these fittings eliminates the need for bypass test tubing.
The double wall electrofusion fitting range includes the following:
• Straight connectors (model SMEDW, SMEDWR)
• Tees (model STEDW, STEDWR)
• Elbows 45° and 90° (model SCEDW and SGEDW)
• Termination fittings (model SETFC and SETF)
1.7.4
DOUBLE WALL SPIGOT FITTINGS
The double wall fittings range included the following:
• Threaded adapters (model SAWFDNP) and EZ FIT adapters (model SAEWFNP) with nickel
plated brass
• Long riser (model SADWM and SADWMLTP) and EZ FIT long riser (model SADWE and
SADWEL)
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1.8
PENETRATION FITTINGS
Entry boots ensure the correct entry of pipes into the sumps placed over tanks or under dispensers.
They provide a perfect water tight seal.
The range includes:
• Electrofusion entry boots (model SEBEP) provide a reliable and fast connection typical of the
electrofusion welding process. They can also be installed on the outside of the sump allowing
better use of internal space. The available sizes are from 2” to 5”.
• Entry boots with aluminium flange for fiberglass SW (model SEBEFM_A) and DW (model
SEBEF_A) sumps. Model SEBEF_A is suitable for the monitoring of the interstitial space of
a double wall sump with glycol. Do not use brine for monitoring. We recommend adding a
suitable corrosion inhibitor to the monitoring fluid.
1.9
SUMPS AND ACCESSORIES
Electrofusion HDPE dispenser sumps (model DDS_HD) and tank sumps (model STS_HD and
STTS_HD) are designed to:
• Ease and accelerate the installation process. They comprise two separate HDPE parts that are
joined by electrofusion.
• Obtain a perfectly sealed installation thanks to the electrofusion welding process that allows
joining the two parts.
• Optimise transport cost and volume and guarantee sump integrity during transport and storage.
• Offer maximum structural integrity over time.
• They are available in a range of sizes capable of satisfying most installation requests.
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1.10
TOOLS AND ACCESSORIES
Follow all relevant instructions and use the specific tools and accessories for a correct installation
of the SMARTFLEX system.
1.10.1
MULTIFUNCTION WELDING UNIT
The SMARTFLEX multifunction welding unit (model SSEL8404/SSEL8404L, SSE8404LP)
features proprietary software that is designed to make the installer’s task as easy and reliable
as possible. A user-friendly menu guides the installer through the two operating modes:
Welding mode
The multifunction welding unit can be used to weld SMARTFLEX pipes and fittings by electrofusion
welding process reading the barcode welding parameters with either an optical pen or a barcode
scanner.
Pressure test mode
The built-in recorder enables the welding unit to carry out pressure or vacuum tests and/or
transfer of testing data (model SVTU, SENS010). Welding and testing data are stored in the
internal memory of the multifunction welding unit and can be downloaded to a computer by
Bluetooth connection.
Installation Tools
The SMARTFLEX system includes a wide range of tools and accessories such as*:
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•
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•
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•
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SCUT – Pipe cutter
RAT1A, RATUL, RATOR, CAM – Universal scraper
RAM1, RAM2 - Manual scraper
SCUTDW – Double wall pipe cutter
STP – Metal protection templates
ALL225/4 – Pipe aligner
CHIAVE - Wrench
SPLIDW – Double wall pliers
BCSCAN – Barcode scanner
BPEN - Optical pen
* The list is not complete
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1.11
MAXIMUM OPERATING PRESSURE AND MINIMUM
BENDING RADIUS
The SMARTFLEX system has been designed for buried installations. The following table shows
its main characteristics.
Pipe nominal
diameter
Maximum
Maximum operating
operating pressure
pressure of primary
of secondary
pipe at 68°F
pipe at 68°F
Minimum
bending radius
1”½
116 (psi)
58 (psi)
35”
2”
116 (psi)
58 (psi)
45”
The pressures indicated in the table above have been calculated based upon laboratory regression
curves using hydrocarbons as a testing fluid. Pipes have a nominal pressure (PN) of 180 psi
(primary pipe) and 90 psi (secondary pipe) when tested with water or air considering only their
HDPE thickness.
1.12
PRODUCT WARRANTY
All SMARTFLEX components have a 30-year warranty both for raw material used and production process. The only exception is rubber components having a 2-year warranty. To validate this
product warranty the SMARTFLEX system shall be installed by SMARTFLEX certified installers
only according to the latest installation and assembly instructions.
The Smartflex™ system is covered by a liability insurance in accordance with EC directives no.
85/374 and D.P.R. no. 244 dated 24th May 1988 (see conditions).
The warranty is valid only if NUPI AMERICAS is provided with the following documents:
• Warranty Certification Form completed
• Welding Reports
• Pressure Test Report
The abovementioned documents can be sent by e-mail to the following address:
[email protected]
Or through the Interactive Tracking System (ITS) at:
http://its.nupiamericas.com
ITS is an Internet based Interactive Tracking System provided by NUPI AMERICAS. It allows you
access to data regarding the installation of the SMARTFLEX system in a specific site (completed
welding reports, pressure test results, installed products, installation site etc.).
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1.13APPROVALS
The Smartflex™ system is certified by 85 prestigious international quality control institutions
such as:
• UL
United States of America - UL971
The complete list can be downloaded from our website www.nupiamericas.com
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1.14REFERENCES
Below the main references of the Smartflex™ system*:
• TOTAL
• BP
• ENI
• TAMOIL
• CHEVRON
• PALTEX
• ENGEN
• MAPCO
• PDVSA
• UNO PETROL
• PETROCHINA
• PETRONAS
* The list is not complete
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2 · STORAGE & HANDLING
2.1
PIPE LOADING AND UNLOADING
Loading, transport, unloading, stacking, storing and any other maneuver concerning plastic pipes
and plastic fittings must be carried out with extreme care using suitable means according to the
type and diameter of the item. All necessary safety measures shall be taken to avoid breakage,
cracking or any other damage to pipes.
Any impact, bending and excessive overhang must therefore be avoided, as well as any contact
with pointed or blunt objects.
If transport vehicles are used for loading and/or unloading operations and/or these operations
are carried out using a crane or similar machine, pipes must always be lifted at their center point
using a lifting beam with adequate width.
Slings must be made of suitable material fit for this purpose and in compliance with local
regulations. They shall not jeopardize the pipe surface.
If loading or unloading operations are performed manually, avoid grazing the pipes along any
edge, on the platform of the transport vehicle, or on any sharp objects.
2.2PIPE TRANSPORT
When transporting pipes, use either flat-bed or purpose made vehicles. The bed shall be free
from nails and other protuberances.
Secure the pipes effectively before transporting them. Any side support post shall be flat and free
from sharp edges.
When loading socket-ended pipes, stack the pipes so that the sockets are not in contact with
adjacent pipes.
The largest diameter pipes should be placed on the bed of the vehicle.
2.3
PIPE HANDLING
When handling the pipes, take care to prevent damage. Plastics pipes can be damaged when in
contact with sharp objects or if dropped, thrown or dragged along the ground.
When loading or unloading pipes with fork lift equipment, then only fork lift trucks with smooth
forks should be used. Care should be taken to ensure that forks do not strike the pipe when lifting.
The impact resistance of plastics pipes is reduced at very low temperatures and under these
conditions, take more care during handling.
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2.4
PIPE STORAGE
•Although plastics pipes are light, durable and resilient, take reasonable precautions during
storage.
•Stack the pipes or coils on surfaces free from sharp objects, stones or projections.
•Where the pipes are supplied in coils, store them either vertically or stacked flat one on top
of the other, taking care to protect the pipes from extremes of temperature.
•When straight pipes are stored on racks, these shall provide sufficient support to prevent
permanent deformation.
•Do not place pipes in close proximity to fuels, solvents, oils, greases, paints or heat sources.
•If pipes are supplied in a bundle or other packaging, the restraints and/or packaging should
be removed as late as possible prior to installation.
2.5
PIPE STACKING
On site a clean dry area protected from weather conditions shall be provided to stack pipes and
store fittings and other accessories.
Supporting surfaces must be level without any roughness. We suggest using wooden surfaces
whenever possible.
The stacking height for pipes in straight lengths must not exceed 5 ft whatever their diameter or
in accordance with local regulations.
The stacking height for coiled pipes stacked on a flat surface must not exceed 7 ft or in
accordance with local regulations.
If it is necessary to build side supports or frames to hold the pipes, they should be installed with
a maximum distance of 5 ft between them or in accordance with any local regulation.
It is not recommended to install pipes that have been stored in yards with no protection for over
two years.
1,5
4 ftm
End caps protecting pipe ends or black plastic bags should not be removed under any
circumstances to avoid deposits of leaves, animals, dust, etc. in the pipes until product is being
installed.
To provide extra protection to straight lengths, NUPI AMERICAS supplies them encased in suitable
plastic bags and wooden frames depending upon quantities and transport means.
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3 · TECHNICAL DATA
Some countries require that all piping installations for flammable fluid transport must be placed
underground. In the case of derogation to the rule it is necessary that the safety measures
approved by the local authorities be adopted.
In other countries, on the contrary, these above ground piping installations are permitted.
3.1
MECHANICAL IMPACT AND LOADING
Any piping material that is installed aboveground is subject to the rigors of the surrounding
environment and to weather conditions. The movement of vehicles or other equipment can
damage it and such damage generally results in gouging, deflecting or flattening of the pipe
surfaces.
When designing a SMARTFLEX aboveground installation, the following guidelines shall be
followed:
• Avoid point loading.
• Meet minimum distance between supports.
• Protect the system against abrasion.
• Support ancillary equipment independently of the pipe.
• Comply with the recommended minimum bending radius.
In general, in an installation where any section of the pipe has been damaged in excess of 10%
of the minimum wall thickness, this portion shall be removed and replaced with a new pipe. When
the pipe has been excessively or repeatedly deflected or flattened, it may exhibit stress whitening,
cracking, breaking or other visible damage.
3.2
INSTALLATIONS WHERE THERMAL EXPANSION IS
ALLOWED
Any material is subject to dimensional expansions caused by temperature changes. The
coefficient defining this property is called the linear thermal expansion coefficient (α). It relates
the dimensional expansions of a body to temperature changes according to the following equation:
(Eqn. 3.2.1)
Where:
∆L
L
∆T
α
thermal expansions (in.)
initial length (in.)
temperature change 1 (°F)
linear thermal expansion coefficient (°F ¯¹)
Equation (3.2.1) is valid only when the body movement is not subject to external constraints that
limit or modify its freedom of movement.
1
ΔT represents the temperature change between the pipe operating temperature and the installation temperature.
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The following table shows the values of α and of the elasticity modulus E for different materials
used in the manufacturing of pipelines.
Material
α [°F-1]
E [psi]
SMARTFLEX
7.2 x 10-5
145,000
Carbon steel
0.7 x 10-5
29.0 x 106
Stainless steel
0.9 x 10-5
29.0 x 106
Fiberglass
0.9 x 10-5
1.26 x 106
As can be seen, the coefficient α for plastics assumes a value 5 to 15 times greater than that of
the most commonly used metallic materials. On the other hand, the elasticity modulus assumes
values 100 to 200 times smaller (i.e. plastics show greater elasticity).
The following table shows the length and temperature changes for single wall pipes.
Table: thermal expansion for single wall pipes
∆T (°F)
∆L (in. per 10 ft)
70
0.60
80
0.69
100
0.86
The following figure shows thermal expansion of SMARTFLEX single wall pipe.
SMARTFLEX pipe thermal expansion
1,20
∆L (in per 10 ft)
1,00
0,80
0,60
0,40
0,20
0,00
0
20
40
60
80
∆T (°F)
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100
120
140
If a double wall pipe is free to expand (for example before being buried and when the end limits
yield) the following parameters can be calculated:
∆L total structure expansion (that can be found in a new balanced position) (in.)
F1 and F2 forces that contrast single pipe movement (lb)
Ftot
total force at the structure end (lb)
Where:
L
A1 and A2
T1 and T2
T0
α
E
initial length (in.)
primary and secondary cross-sections respectively (in.²)
operating temperatures of the primary and the secondary installation respectively (°F)
installation temperature (°F)
inear thermal expansion coefficient (°F ¯¹)
elasticity modulus (psi)
1: Primary pipe
2: Secondary pipe
The results from the balance and congruence equations, as well as for the mechanical behavior
analogy for two parallel springs model, are:
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As an example, the following table shows the thermal analysis of a TSMAXP50, presuming that
the installation temperature is fixed at 68°F, that the temperature of the primary pipe conveying
relatively cold fluid is at 50°F and that the temperature of the secondary pipe is variable (e.g. it
could be exposed to sunlight) in case of approximately 3 ft.
Table: thermal stress analysis
Temperature change (T1-T2) °F
40
50
70
90
Ftot (lb)
-1.7
2.5
6.6
10.7
F1 (lb)
15.8
25.8
35.8
45.7
F2 (lb)
-17.5
-23.3
-29.2
-35.0
DL1=DL2 (in.)
-0.006
0.009
0.024
0.039
s1 (psi)
-211
-344
-477
-611
s2 (psi)
166
221
277
332
σ1 and σ2 = thermal stress due to temperature changes
Thermal expansion compensation
If thermal expansion is allowed, then the dimensional variations must be estimated. There are two
different installation techniques that allow the compensation of thermal expansion:
• Changes in direction/offsets
• Expansion loops (see figure on the following page).
Assuming that the pipe is a cantilevered beam and limiting the strain to a safe 1%, the length of
the expansion loop (ℓ) is given by:
(Eqn. 3.2.2)
Where:
L
ΔL
ΔT
α
OD
30
ℓ
length of the pipe run (in.)
thermal expansion (in.)
temperature change (°F)
linear thermal expansion coefficient (°F ¯¹)
pipe outside diameter (in.)
The following table shows the minimum length of the expansion loop according to the outside
pipe diameter for various temperature changes. For temperatures other than those indicated, the
linear interpolation will approximate the length of the loop within 5%.
Table: minimum loop length (ℓ) according to various temperature changes
Temperature
change
Length of pipe run
(L)
OD
1” ½
2”
2” ½
3”
4”
Minimum loop length [in.] (ℓ)
ΔT = 50 °F
30 ft
22
24
27
29
32
150 ft
49
55
60
65
72
300 ft
69
77
84
92
102
Minimum loop length [in.] (ℓ)
ΔT = 70 °F
30 ft
26
29
32
35
38
150 ft
58
65
70
77
85
300 ft
81
91
100
109
121
Minimum loop length [in.] (ℓ)
ΔT = 90 °F
30 ft
29
33
36
39
43
150 ft
65
73
80
88
97
300 ft
92
104
113
124
137
31
Change direction
Offset
Expansion loop
Fixed Point
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Sliding Point
3.3
INSTALLATIONS WHERE THERMAL EXPANSION IS
NOT ALLOWED
For these types of installations, the structure must be calculated and an evaluation of the
mechanical characteristics of the material in the working conditions must be made.
Thermal Load
If the dimensional variations caused by temperature changes are totally restrained, then stress
(traction or compression) will develop in the piping itself. The axial stress is given by:
(Eqn. 3.3.1)
Where:
ΔL
L
E
α
ΔT thermal expansion (in.)
pipe length (in.)
elasticity modulus (psi)
linear thermal expansion coefficient (°F ¯¹)
temperature change (°F)
The minus sign indicates that, for positive ΔT (heating) the tension will be compressive
(conventionally assumed as negative), whereas for negative ΔT the tension will be tensile
(conventionally assumed as positive).
The axial forces generated inside the pipe are discharged at the pipe ends near the fixed points
(ex. valves, pumps, etc.). They generate forces that can be calculated by multiplying the axial
stress σ by the pipe section A:
(Eqn. 3.3.2)
Where:
F
σ
A
E
resulting force (lb)
thermal stress (psi)
cross section (in.²)
elasticity modulus (psi)
It is interesting to note that the stress status arising in a situation of inhibited deformation does
not depend on the structure geometry (e.g. pipe length or cross section) but exclusively on temperature change, expansion coefficient and elasticity modulus.
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The following table shows the thermal end-load according to the temperature change:
Table: thermal end-load (lb) – SMARTFLEX Single Wall Pipe
OD [in.]
Temperature Change
1” ½
2”
3”
4”
Thermal end-load (lb)
50 °F
586
899
1746
2531
70 °F
783
1199
2328
3375
90 °F
979
1501
2910
4217
If these loads on the constraints are excessive, a compensation system must be used, as
described in the previous paragraph.
Pipe Buckling
Considering the pipe size, constrained at its two ends and subject to thermal expansion like a
point-loaded rod, the value of the critical force of pipe buckling is obtained by using equation
3.3.3:
(Eqn. 3.3.3)or
L
Where:
E
I
L
A
elasticity modulus (psi)
moment of inertia (in.4)
maximum span length between two anchor points (in.)
pipe cross-section (in.²)
Pipe buckling will be avoided if:
(Eqn. 3.3.4)
Where:
η
safety coefficient (1,5)
thermal stress due to temperature changes (psi)
σ
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The result of combining equations 3.3.1, 3.3.3 and 3.3.4 is the maximum span length allowed
between two anchored points:
(Eqn. 3.3.5)
Where:
α
∆T
linear thermal expansion coefficient
temperature variation
In the following table, the maximum span length between two anchored points is indicated for
different diameters and temperature changes ∆T (η = 1.5).
Table: maximum span length between two anchor points (in.)
Temperature
Change [°F]
OD
1” ½
2”
2” ½
3”
4”
Maximum span length [in.] (L)
ΔT = 85 °F
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31
37
44
54
ΔT = 105 °F
21
26
31
38
46
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3.4
SUSPENDED PIPE INSTALLATIONS
When installations are suspended, they must be designed taking into account temperature
changes and pipeline weight (beam deflection).
In general, supported applications can be divided into two classes:
A – INSTALLATIONS WHERE THERMAL EXPANSION IS ALLOWED
If thermal expansion is allowed, anchoring points must be positioned to compensate the thermal
expansion. Once this has been done, the installation designer shall evaluate the deflection due to
pipeline weight (including the weight of the fluid) and will check that the obtained value is lower
than the maximum allowed values.
Deflection due to pipe weight
When pipe is installed allowing thermal expansion, the calculation of deflection caused by the
pipeline weight can be carried out considering the pipe as a uniformly loaded beam with fixed
ends at each span. The load is due to the weight of the pipeline itself plus the weight of the
conveyed fluid.
Thermal Expansion
Fixed Point
Sliding Point
The deflection that is generated between spans (Δy) is given by:
(Eqn. 3.4.1)
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Where:
q
W
ρ
ℓ
q
g
E
ID
OD
I
ID2
=W+π⋅ρ⋅g⋅
(lb/in.)
total weight per unit length
weight of the pipe per unit length (lb/in.)
density of internal fluid (lb/in.³)
span length (in.)
load per unit length (lb/in.)
standard acceleration of gravity (in./s²)
creep modulus of the pipe at average temperature at 10 years (lb/in.²)
internal diameter (in.)
outside diameter (in.)
moment of inertia = (π/64) ⋅ (OD4 - ID4) (in.4)
By limiting the deflection to a safe 0.5% of the span length for safety reasons, it is possible to
obtain the maximum span length between two adjacent supports from equation, 3.4.1.
Maximum Span Length
OD
Maximum span
length ℓ (in.)
in.
in.
1” ½
35
2”
41
2”½
46
3”
52
4”
60
6”
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CAUTION:
In the previous calculation, each span between two supports was considered as a single uniformly loaded beam
with fixed ends at each span and the benefits of having
adjoining segments have not been taken into consideration.
Generally speaking, most suspended pipelines include more than one single span. They usually
consist of a series of uniformly spaced spans. Therefore, the actual system will be stiffer than the
presumed one, as each segment limits the deflection of its adjacent span. The result of the above
mentioned analysis will then be conservative.
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B – INSTALLATIONS WHERE THERMAL EXPANSION IS NOT ALLOWED
In this case, the installation designer shall verify that the thermal load will not cause pipe buckling,
as described in the previous paragraph.
Deflection due
to pipe weight
Span length
Span length
Span length
Fixed Point
Anchoring Points, Brackets and Supports
Anchoring points shall be positioned to give the pipe a proper direction and to limit the length
variation due to temperature. Therefore, they must have adequate strength to restrain pipe
deformation due to the applied forces (temperature load, pipe weight, fluid weight, environmental
loads, etc.).
Anchoring points are necessary at any direction change or at any pipe size change and where
thermoplastic pipes are connected to other materials or to auxiliary items (e.g. valves).
W
Rubber padding
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Anchoring points and supports are available in different shapes. In any case, they must be free
from sharp edges and meet the following minimum dimensions:
• w = 4” for up to 4” diameter pipes
• w = pipe OD for pipes with a diameter larger than 4”
3.5
SECURING OF THREADED FITTINGS
The use of a proper thread sealant is recommended for the securing of threaded fittings. It is
always necessary to check the compatibility between the thread sealant and the fluid to be
conveyed before using it. Special care has to be used when applying torque while tightening up
the fitting. The following table shows the maximum Nominal Torque values recommended.
Thread (in.)
Nominal Torque
(lb · ft)
1” ½
60
2”
75
3”
95
4”
110
WARNING
Excessive torque can cause the polyethylene to detach from
the metal insert. This can result in micro leakage.
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3.6
WATER HAMMER EFFECT
Piping is subject to sudden pressure increase above its nominal working pressure under special
conditions. This pressure increase is known as water hammer effect. It occurs in case of sudden
flow change when a pump is suddenly started/shut or when valves are suddenly opened/closed.
It is a very dangerous effect that can cause serious problems and failure if it is not under control.
The use of SMARTFLEX pipes significantly reduces this effect. As a matter of fact, the low elasticity
modulus of the pipe significantly reduces pressure peaks while protecting the entire system.
The sudden change of fluid flow Δv causes a pressure increase ΔP given by:
(Eqn. 3.6.1)
Where:
∆P
ρ
∆v
c
pressure peak (psi)
fluid density (lb/in.³)
fluid flow change (ft/s)
velocity of the shock wave in the pipe (ft/s); c depends on the elasticity of both the fluid and the pipe wall
In case of a freely supported pipe, the following equation applies:
(Eqn. 3.6.2)
Where:
Ew
Ep
Dm
t
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water elasticity modulus (psi)
elasticity modulus of the pipe material (psi)
average pipe diameter (in.)
pipe thickness (in.)
The following diagram shows the peak pressure generated after sudden events, as sudden pump
shutdown or a rapid valve closure in case water is conveyed and for different types of piping. The
diagram shows that SMARTFLEX piping provides the lowest pressure peak thanks to its elasticity.
Table: water hammer effect for various types of piping
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3.7
3.7.1
HEAD LOSSES
PIPE HEAD LOSSES
Gasoline - Head losses and fluid speed
Q=flow rate (gpm)
V=fluid speed (ft/s)
∆P= head losses (ft/100ft)
Q
(gpm)
1.0
2.0
4.0
6.0
8.0
10.0
12.0
14.0
16.0
18.0
20.0
30.0
40.0
50.0
60.0
70.0
80.0
90.0
100.0
110.0
120.0
130.0
140.0
150.0
160.0
170.0
180.0
190.0
200.0
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TSMAXP 1” ½
TSMAXP 2”
∆P
V
0.2
0.3
0.5
0.7
1.0
1.4
1.7
2.1
2.6
5.3
8.8
0.65
0.97
1.29
1.61
1.94
2.26
2.58
2.91
3.23
4.84
6.46
TSMAXP 3”
∆P
V
0.1
0.2
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.5
0.7
0.8
1.7
2.8
4.1
5.8
7.6
0.60
0.80
1.00
1.20
1.40
1.60
1.80
2.00
2.99
3.99
4.99
5.99
6.98
TSMAXP 4”
∆P
V
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.3
0.5
0.7
1.0
1.3
1.6
2.0
2.4
2.9
3.4
3.9
4.5
0.57
0.67
0.76
0.86
0.95
1.43
1.90
2.38
2.86
3.33
3.81
4.29
4.76
5.24
5.71
6.19
6.67
∆P
V
0.1
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.5
0.6
0.7
0.9
1.1
1.2
1.4
1.6
1.9
2.1
2.3
2.6
2.9
3.1
0.63
0.94
1.26
1.57
1.88
2.20
2.51
2.83
3.14
3.46
3.77
4.08
4.40
4.71
5.03
5.34
5.65
5.97
6.28
Diesel - Head losses and fluid speed
Q=flow rate (gpm)
V=fluid speed (ft/s)
∆P= head losses (ft/100 ft)
Q
(gpm)
1.0
2.0
4.0
6.0
8.0
10.0
12.0
14.0
16.0
18.0
20.0
30.0
40.0
50.0
60.0
70.0
80.0
90.0
100.0
110.0
120.0
130.0
140.0
150.0
160.0
170.0
180.0
190.0
200.0
TSMAXP 1” ½
TSMAXP 2”
∆P
V
0.1
0.2
0.4
0.7
1.1
1.5
1.9
2.4
2.9
3.5
7.1
11.8
0.32
0.65
0.97
1.29
1.61
1.94
2.26
2.58
2.91
3.23
4.84
6.46
TSMAXP 3”
∆P
V
0.1
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.5
0.6
0.8
0.9
1.1
2.3
3.7
5.5
7.6
10.0
0.40
0.60
0.80
1.00
1.20
1.40
1.60
1.80
2.00
2.99
3.99
4.99
5.99
6.98
TSMAXP 4”
∆P
V
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.2
0.2
0.4
0.6
1.0
1.3
1.7
2.2
2.7
3.2
3.8
4.5
5.1
5.9
0.48
0.57
0.67
0.76
0.86
0.95
1.43
1.90
2.38
2.86
3.33
3.81
4.29
4.76
5.24
5.71
6.19
6.67
∆P
V
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.2
0.4
0.5
0.6
0.8
1.0
1.2
1.4
1.7
1.9
2.2
2.5
2.8
3.1
3.4
3.7
4.1
0.50
0.57
0.63
0.94
1.26
1.57
1.88
2.20
2.51
2.83
3.14
3.46
3.77
4.08
4.40
4.71
5.03
5.34
5.65
5.97
6.28
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3.7.2
FITTING HEAD LOSSES
Tee - Any fuel - Concentrated head losses
Q = flow rate (gpm)
Q1 = Q2 ; Q3 = 0
∆P 1-2 = Head loss in lateral branch (ft)
∆P 1-3 = Head loss in straight branch (ft)
STE 1” ½
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Q
(gpm)
∆P1-2
(ft)
1.0
0.9
2.0
4.0
STE 2”
∆P1-3
∆P1-2
(ft)
STE 3”
∆P1-3
∆P1-2
(ft)
STE 4”
∆P1-3
∆P1-2
(ft)
0.4
0.1
12.4
4.7
1.1
0.5
36.8
14.0
3.2
1.4
6.0
74.2
28.3
6.5
2.8
8.0
124.6
47.6
10.8
4.7
10.0
188.1
71.8
16.4
7.1
12.0
264.5
101.0
23.0
10.0
14.0
354.0
135.1
30.8
13.4
16.0
456.4
174.2
39.7
17.3
18.0
571.9
218.3
49.7
21.6
20.0
700.3
267.3
60.9
26.5
30.0
841.8
321.3
73.2
31.9
40.0
996.2
380.2
86.6
37.7
50.0
444.1
101.2
44.0
60.0
513.0
116.9
50.9
70.0
586.9
133.7
58.2
80.0
151.6
66.0
90.0
170.7
74.3
100.0
190.9
83.1
110.0
212.3
92.4
120.0
336.0
146.2
130.0
487.9
212.3
140.0
668.1
290.8
150.0
381.5
160.0
484.5
170.0
599.9
180.0
867.4
190.0
1184.2
200.0
1550.2
∆P1-3
Tee - Any fuel - Concentrated head losses
Q = flow rate (gpm)
Q2 = 1/3xQ1 ; Q3 = 2/3xQ1
∆P 1-2 = Head loss in lateral branch (ft)
∆P 1-3 = Head loss in straight branch (ft)
STE 1” ½
Q
(gpm)
1.0
2.0
4.0
6.0
8.0
10.0
12.0
14.0
16.0
18.0
20.0
30.0
40.0
50.0
60.0
70.0
80.0
90.0
100.0
110.0
120.0
130.0
140.0
150.0
160.0
170.0
180.0
190.0
200.0
∆P1-2
(ft)
0.2
3.0
8.8
17.7
29.8
45.0
63.3
84.6
109.1
136.8
167.5
201.3
238.2
STE 2”
∆P1-3
(ft)
0.2
2.6
7.8
15.8
26.6
40.1
56.4
75.4
97.2
121.8
149.2
179.3
212.2
∆P1-2
(ft)
0.1
1.1
3.4
6.8
11.4
17.2
24.1
32.3
41.7
52.2
63.9
76.8
90.9
106.2
122.7
140.3
STE 3”
∆P1-3
(ft)
0.1
1.0
3.0
6.0
10.1
15.3
21.5
28.8
37.1
46.5
56.9
68.4
81.0
94.6
109.3
125.0
STE 4”
∆P1-2
(ft)
∆P1-3
(ft)
∆P1-2
(ft)
∆P1-3
(ft)
0.3
0.8
1.5
2.6
3.9
5.5
7.4
9.5
11.9
14.6
17.5
20.7
24.2
27.9
32.0
36.3
40.8
45.7
50.8
80.3
116.7
159.8
0.2
0.7
1.4
2.3
3.5
4.9
6.6
8.5
10.6
13.0
15.6
18.5
21.6
24.9
28.5
32.3
36.4
40.7
45.2
71.6
103.9
142.3
0.1
0.3
0.7
1.1
1.7
2.4
3.2
4.1
5.2
6.3
7.6
9.0
10.5
12.2
13.9
15.8
17.8
19.9
22.1
35.0
50.8
69.5
91.2
115.9
143.4
207.4
283.2
370.7
0.1
0.3
0.6
1.0
1.5
2.1
2.9
3.7
4.6
5.6
6.8
8.0
9.4
10.8
12.4
14.1
15.8
17.7
19.7
31.1
45.2
61.9
81.3
103.2
127.8
184.8
252.3
330.3
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Tee - Any fuel - Concentrated head losses
Q = flow rate (gpm)
Q2 = 0.5xQ1 ; Q3 = 0.5xQ1
∆P 1-2 = Head loss in lateral branch (ft)
∆P 1-3 = Head loss in straight branch (ft)
STE 1” ½
Q
(gpm)
1.0
2.0
4.0
6.0
8.0
10.0
12.0
14.0
16.0
18.0
20.0
30.0
40.0
50.0
60.0
70.0
80.0
90.0
100.0
110.0
120.0
130.0
140.0
150.0
160.0
170.0
180.0
190.0
200.0
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∆P1-2
(ft)
0.6
7.5
22.4
45.2
75.9
114.5
161.0
215.5
277.8
348.1
426.3
512.4
606.4
STE 2”
∆P1-3
(ft)
0.5
6.1
18.1
36.5
61.2
92.4
130.0
173.9
224.2
281.0
344.1
413.6
489.5
∆P1-2
(ft)
0.2
2.9
8.5
17.2
29.0
43.7
61.5
82.2
106.0
132.9
162.7
195.6
231.4
270.3
312.3
357.2
STE 3”
∆P1-3
(ft)
0.2
2.3
6.9
13.9
23.4
35.3
49.6
66.4
85.6
107.2
131.3
157.8
186.8
218.2
252.0
288.3
STE 4”
∆P1-2
(ft)
∆P1-3
(ft)
∆P1-2
(ft)
∆P1-3
(ft)
0.7
1.9
3.9
6.6
10.0
14.0
18.7
24.2
30.3
37.1
44.5
52.7
61.6
71.1
81.4
92.3
103.9
116.2
129.2
204.5
297.0
406.7
0.5
1.6
3.2
5.3
8.0
11.3
15.1
19.5
24.4
29.9
36.0
42.6
49.7
57.4
65.7
74.5
83.9
93.8
104.3
165.1
239.7
328.2
0.3
0.8
1.7
2.9
4.3
6.1
8.2
10.5
13.2
16.1
19.4
22.9
26.8
31.0
35.4
40.2
45.2
50.6
56.2
89.0
129.3
177.0
232.2
294.9
365.1
528.0
720.8
943.6
0.2
0.7
1.4
2.3
3.5
4.9
6.6
8.5
10.6
13.0
15.6
18.5
21.6
25.0
28.6
32.4
36.5
40.8
45.4
71.8
104.3
142.9
187.4
238.0
294.7
426.2
581.8
761.6
90° Elbow - Any fuel - Concentrated head losses
Q = flow rate (gpm)
∆P= head losses (ft)
Q
(gpm)
1.0
2.0
4.0
6.0
8.0
10.0
12.0
14.0
16.0
18.0
20.0
30.0
40.0
50.0
60.0
70.0
80.0
90.0
100.0
110.0
120.0
130.0
140.0
150.0
160.0
170.0
180.0
190.0
200.0
SGE 1” ½
SGE 2”
SGE 3”
SGE 4”
0.2
0.7
1.5
2.7
4.2
6.1
8.3
10.8
13.7
16.9
38.0
67.6
105.7
152.1
207.1
270.5
342.3
422.6
511.4
608.6
714.2
828.4
0.1
0.3
0.7
1.2
1.8
2.6
3.6
4.7
6.0
7.4
16.6
29.4
46.0
66.2
90.1
117.7
149.0
183.9
222.6
264.9
310.9
360.5
413.9
470.9
531.6
596.0
664.0
735.7
∆P (ft)
0.5
1.9
7.8
17.5
31.1
48.6
70.0
95.3
124.4
157.5
194.4
437.5
777.8
0.2
0.7
3.0
6.7
11.9
18.6
26.7
36.4
47.5
60.1
74.2
167.0
296.8
463.8
667.9
909.1
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45° Elbow - Any fuel - Concentrated head losses
Q=flow rate (gpm)
∆P= head losses (ft)
Q
Pressure losses
Pressure losses
Pressure losses + elevation
Pressure losses + elevation
Pressure losses + elevation
Maximum fluid speed
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SCE 1” ½
SCE 2”
SCE 3”
SCE 4”
0.2
0.4
0.7
1.1
1.5
2.1
2.7
3.4
4.2
9.5
16.9Non dispensing
26.4
38.0
0 l/min
51.8
10 m
67.6
85.6
105.7
127.8
152.1
178.6
207.1
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.5
0.7
0.9
1.2
1.5
1.8
4.1
7.4
11.5
16.6
22.5
29.4
37.2
46.0
55.6
66.2
77.7
90.1
103.5
117.7
132.9
149.0
166.0
183.9
∆P (ft)
0.1
0.5
1.9
4.4
7.8
12.2
17.5
23.8
31.1
39,4
48.6
109.4
194.4
0.2
0.7
1.7
3.0
4.6
6.7
9.1
11.9
15.0
18.6
41.7
Non dispensing
74.2
116.0
167.0
0 l/min 227.3
1 Nozzle
40 l/min
42 m
10 m
Non dispensing
0 l/min
10 m
50
45
Gasoline
40
TSMA50
3/4 HP
40 l/min
4m
2504 Pa
0,025 bar
0,34 m
31828,10 Pa
0,32 bar
4,34 m
0,51 m/s
Total head in meters
(gpm)
1.0
2.0
4.0
6.0
8.0
10.0
12.0
14.0
16.0
18.0
20.0
30.0
40.0
50.0
60.0
70.0
80.0
90.0
100.0
110,0
INPUT
DATA
120.0
Fluid Type
130.0
Pipe Nominal Size
140.0
STP power
150.0
160.0
HYDRAULIC
170.0
Flow rate per nozzle
Elevation180.0
(tank-dispenser)
190.0
OUTPUT
200.0
Pressure losses
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Non dispensing
0 l/min
10 m
30
25
20
15
10
5
0
0
50
100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 550 600 650 700 750 800 850 900 950 1000 1050
Liters per minute
3/4 HP
Piping
Non dispensing
0 l/min
10 m
3.8
PIPING SIZES CALCULATION
NUPI AMERICAS recommends to use its SMARTFLEX PIPING SIZES SPREADSHEET to choose the
proper piping size. The file can be downloaded without logging in from our website; the file name
is 154US01_SuperSmartflex Pressure Losses Spreadsheet R1.0
The Smartflex Pressure Drop Calculator allows to check that the product pipe size is adequate to
the site conditions. It is a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet that evaluates the fluid flow through the
pipe and, consequently, the pressure drop along the pipe runs.
Below is a sample image showing correct dimensioning.
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4 · INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS OF
PIPE AND FITTINGS
4.1INTRODUCTION
Before commencing any installation, all installers shall be familiar with the installation procedures
described in this catalog.
Every installation is different depending on station size, piping size and weather conditions.
Therefore, it is important to follow the general guidelines that apply to most piping installations
i.e.:
• A two-worker crew is the minimum recommended for most average-size service stations,
however, the number of people in the crew must be increased by one person if larger pipe
diameters are to be installed or when installing double wall pipes.
• Ensure all necessary tools and equipment are at the construction site prior to commencing
the installation of pipes and fittings.
• Establish a working schedule so that all phases of installation are carried out in a timely
manner.
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5
4
D
4.2
INSTALLATION LAYOUT
Advanced planning for the piping layout is essential
to aid the installation process and possibly reduce the
number of fittings required.
C
B
B ( 1 : 25 )
B
A
6
5
4
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We recommend using pipes in coils to connect the tank to the first product dispenser and straight
lengths between other product dispensers.
If compliance to California Air Resources Board (CARB) recommendations is required, use only
straight lengths for vapor recovery and vent.
All piping shall slope by at least 1:100 (1/8” per foot) towards the tank. It is necessary to take
precautions to prevent the formation of siphon traps or wells.
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4.3
TRENCHING AND BACKFILLING
Proper construction of trenches is important to assure that the SMARTFLEX system is installed
under the best conditions possible. Trenches should be wide enough and deep enough to
accommodate the piping and backfill material.
When using tamping equipment, prevent vibration from driving small stones into the pipe walls.
The amount of compaction and the type of soil determine the soil modulus.
Two pipes crossing over one another must be separated by a minimum of 2” of compacted
backfill material to prevent point loading conditions or 1” of protective Styrofoam.
What is generally considered as flexible piping is piping that changes shape when it encounters
loads such as those transmitted by the soil to underground installations.
The designer and installer shall use the backfill material to limit the deformation of the pipes
within an acceptable range.
The level of interaction between the pipe and the backfill material soil surrounding it essentially
depends on: burial depth, soil characteristics and backfill material, superficial loads and pipe
resistance to deflection.
Generally, pipes and fittings should be installed at a minimum depth of 20”. Installations requiring
shallower or deeper depths may be used when designed in accordance with the specific project
requirements (for example: when high frost load conditions are present).
For shallow installations, the minimum burial depths shown in the table below are recommended:
Surface type
Minimum burial depth
Unpaved
20”
4” asphalt
12”
4” concrete
10”
All piping shall be separated by a distance of at least its diameter from any other pipe as well as
the trench wall (see figure). The material removed while excavating the trench can be re-used
as backfill material only if it fulfils the required criteria. The trench must be properly filled and
compacted.
The support allowed by the backfill material is proportional to its rigidity. For this reason, the
backfill material in contact with the piping must be well compacted.
20 in.
50
cm
OD
OD
OD
OD
OD
6 in.cm
15
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The rigidity of the backfill above the pipe also has an important role in transmitting superficial
loads to the pipe. Loads on the pipe are significantly reduced when the forces on the soil above
and around the pipe are redistributed.
The more rigid the backfill above the pipe is, the less force is transmitted to the pipe.
Along with the characteristics of the backfill material of the trench, the material around the pipe
must also be taken into consideration. Special attention must be given to soft clay and humid
soils or sandy soils that can flake and make the walls of the trench unstable during excavation.
Flexible piping can be installed in similar circumstances without particular deformations if these
conditions are respected. The main goal for installations with flexible piping is to avoid them
being deflected. Pipe deflection can occur due to two principal reasons: the first is installation
(that reflects the care and techniques used when the pipes are installed) and the second is the
workload.
4.4BACKFILL
The backfill material surrounding the pipes can be that which is present or imported, such as
gravel or granules or material excavated directly from the trench (filling material).
This material must guarantee resistance, rigidity, contact uniformity and stability to minimise pipe
deflection due to the soil pressure.
We recommend wetting the layer of sand in contact with the pipe repeatedly to obtain the best
compacting results possible.
Final
backfill
material
Original soil
not dug out
Backfill
Secondary
backfill
material
Primary
backfill
material
Bedding
Groundwork
(it may not
be necessary)
Surface layer thickness
with minimum of 6”
75% of the diameter
Groundwork: required only when the bottom of the trench does not provide a suitable base for
the pipe bedding.
Bedding: it evens out the bottom of the trench to guarantee a uniform support base for the
entire length of the pipe. When necessary, it also assures that slopes required for the pipe will
be respected.
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Primary backfill material: this material provides primary support against lateral pipe deflection.
This area should cover at least 75% of the pipe diameter along the trench bedding.
Secondary backfill material: the material in this area basically distributes superficial loads
and isolates the pipes from any possible effect derived from the final backfill material.
Final backfill material: the nature and quality of this material is less important than the other
two regarding the effects on flexible pipes. In any case, a rigid fill helps reduce the stress created
by superficial loads. To avoid possible impacts or loads concentrated on the pipes during and
after filling the trench, the backfill material should not contain large stones, organic material or
rubble.
In any case the reduction of the superficial loads is favored by a rigid backfill.
The backfill material shall not include big stones, organic material or rubble to avoid any shock or
concentrated load on the piping both during and after the trench filling.
4.5
BACKFILL CLASSIFICATION
When selecting backfill, pay close attention to the size of the granules, as well as to the form
and distribution of the grains. Generally, material with large grains provides maximum rigidity and
offers the best resistance.
Round grains tend to roll around easier compared to irregular grains that tend to lock into one
another therefore providing better resistance to damage.
For example, gravel has a typical modulus of 1.000 psi without being compacted, while sand
requires light compaction (Proctor density of 85%) to achieve the same modulus.
Refer to standards ASTM D3839 or AWWA C950, ASTM D2487 and ASTM D2774.
Recommended types of backfill material are:
• Clean washed rough sand
• Pea gravel, 1/8” to 3/4”
Mixed material tends to offer better characteristics than material with consistent characteristics.
All backfill material must be dry and free from ice, snow or debris.
Along with the grain characteristics, density also provides an important effect on the rigidity of the
underground installation. For example, the grains lock into each other in a dense soil. Movement
in the soil is restrained and much energy is required, whereas in a mobile soil, movement causes
rolling and sliding of the grains, which requires much less energy. Mobile soils cause more
deflection for certain superficial loads respecting dense soil.
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When a pipe is deflected, two effects can occur:
• The pipe pushes against the material surrounding it and forces the soil to move. When this
occurs, the soil resists it and prevents further deflection.
• Vertical deflection causes the load transmitted to the pipe to be reduced and produces an
“arch” effect in the soil.
Compaction is therefore a fundamental parameter. Compaction should be of a W level type (Well
compacted material) or at least M level type (Moderately compacted material) ASTM D2487.
Backfill material has been grouped into five main classes. Backfill with low numbers corresponds
to larger grains, which are more suitable for pipe burial.
Coarse grain soils (e.g. class 1 and 2) are granular and provide maximum support as shown
by the high elasticity coefficient of the soil. The high permeability of these soils eases trench
drainage while making them suitable in conditions where problems may occur due to water.
When a pipe is set under water level in the soil, granular backfill should be used (class 1 and 2).
It is important that the grains are irregular to reduce eventual movement to a minimum.
Table: relationship between compaction class, backfill material type and Proctor
density
Backfill material class
Compaction class
1
2
3+4
5
Proctor density
Low (N)
100
90
87
84
Moderate (M)
100
93
90
87
Good (W)
100
97
95
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4.6
CONCRETE BACKFILL
Concrete backfill turns the piping installation into a rigid system. Short piping sections can be
embedded in concrete without any problem but precautions have to be taken in case of long
sections.
Failure to do so will result in concrete and plastic to have no connection between them and the
pipe may be free to shrink and expand according to temperature changes.
We suggest to embed the whole piping section into concrete including fittings and to constrain
the piping every 15 ft by means of well fastened metal pipe clamps that will function as fixed
points. In case of double wall piping, the pipe clamps shall be oval shaped in order to lock the
primary pipe on the secondary pipe.
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4.7
MULTIFUNCTION WELDING UNIT
All the instructions and guidelines regarding safety precautions are outlined in the multifunction
welding unit (model SSEL8404) user’s manual. However, pay close attention to the following:
• The multifunction welding unit can be used only for electrofusion
welding of NUPI AMERICAS SMARTFLEX pipes and fittings. It is not
intended for use with any other electrofusion piping system.
• The unit can perform testing functions when used with the SMARTFLEX
Pressure Test Unit (model SENS010) or the Vacuum Test Unit (model
SVTU).
• Certified installers/operators are responsible for assurance of
recommended energy/power sources. Power sources should be
checked (confirmed) for compliance to the following specifications:
-110 VAC, 50 Hz (min.) with a 10% tolerance (min.).
• Inspect the multifunction welding unit, power cords and barcode
reading device and replace any damaged components prior to use.
Care must be taken not to damage the barcode reading device.
• Download the welding and pressure test reports and erase the data
from the memory at the completion of each job.
The multifunction welding unit incorporates a system that automatically controls all steps of the
welding procedure and informs the operator about errors and/or faults by means of signals or
alarms. The alarm/error code is always shown on the LCD display and recorded on the welding
report. Types of Alarm/Error Codes are:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
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Error 0
Error 2
Error 4
Error 5
Error 6
Error 11
Error 12
Error 13
Error 14
Error 22
Error 23
Error 30
Error 31
Error 101
Error 200
Error 201
successful weld
ambient temperature value outside limits for electrofusion
short circuit, overload, load current exceeded
open circuit
parameter control error
memory full
internal temperature exceeded
power supply interruption
no data in machine memory
manual or forced interruption of welding
power supply voltage outside parameters
not a NUPI AMERICAS fitting
fitting resistance out of tolerance range
RAM memory data and date/time not valid
pressure test stopped manually by the user
pressure loss in the system being tested
NEW AUTOMATIC WELDING UNIT WITH BARCODE SCANNER - LIGHT VERSION
New welding unit for SMARTFLEX system welding up to diameter 5” - USB technology that allows
the transfer of data easily to your PC.
Weight 29 lbs, completely automated thanks to barcode system that reduces human errors, full
welding report and pressure test report.
ITS
ITS is an Internet based Interactive Tracking System provided by NUPI AMERICAS. It allows you
access to data regarding the installation of the SMARTFLEX system in a specific site (completed
welding reports, pressure test results, installed products, installation site etc.).
For further information you can download the User manual from the LITERATURE section of NUPI
AMERICAS website www.nupiamericas.com
MULTIFUNCTION - SMART - WELDING UNIT INCORPORATED IN SUITCASE WITH BARCODE
SCANNER
A new evolved welding unit as the Smartweld associated with the app "Nupi Welding Cloud"
allows a 360° management of all information related to the costruction site, the weld itself, the
traceability of the products installed, the mapping using GPS tracking as well all testing activities
later.
The welding unit is incorporate in the most innovative waterproof case. The case is watertight,
waterproof, sand proof, dust proof and able to withstand harsh environments and shocks.
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4.8
CHECKS PRIOR TO ELECTROFUSION WELDING
Before commencing the electrofusion welding process, check that the site generator, if required,
is working correctly and efficiently. Check the condition of the extension leads and the presence
of emergency fuel supply to ensure that electrical power will be supplied for the entire duration
of the welding process. Finally, check the multifunction welding unit cables and ensure that all
components are working pro­perly.
The quality of the electricity you intend to use must also be checked: if a generator powers the
multifunction welding unit, ensure that it is of the asynchronous type. Correct welding requires
careful use of the extension leads. The cross-section/length ratio is of vital importance. NUPI
AMERICAS recommends the following lengths and sizes:
Recommended cable
cross-section
Recommended cable length
0.10 (in.2)
19-22 (ft)
tor and the integrity of system components. Prior
0.16 (in.2)
30-36 (ft)
to commencing any welding operation, ensure you
0.24 (in.2)
49-55 (ft)
WARNING:
The misuse of the multifunction welding unit can
result in hazardous situations for both the opera-
read the user’s manual carefully.
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4.9
ELECTROFUSION WELDING
SMARTFLEX installation technology is based on “electrofusion”, one of the most utilised
connection methods in the installation of polyethylene pipes. Electrofusion is the thermal junction
process between pipe and fitting obtained by heating a resistance wire included in the fitting.
Due to the Joule effect, the thermal energy created by this resistance heating softens the
components in contact causing them to melt and amalgamate with each other after the cooling
down period.
To be welded, all SMARTFLEX electrofusion fittings require maximum voltage of 42 V as requested
in international safety standards.
All SMARTFLEX fittings are provided with a barcode label that allows the acquisition of the welding
parameters by means of an optical pen or barcode scanner.
Regarding the use of generators to weld the fittings, the following rule is valid:
a 3kV generator is sufficient for 1” or 2” fittings
a 5kV generator is sufficient for 3” or 4” fittings
Note: The power of the generator is to be used only for the welding unit. If you want to connect
more than one unit, you need greater generator power.
Single and double wall coaxial fittings contain electrical wires that provide the required heat for
welding the pipe and fittings together (X-ray of a sleeve shown as example) when connected to
the multifunction welding unit. Each fitting connection is identified by a barcode, which contains
the specific welding parameters (required voltage and welding time) and a description of the
specific fitting to be welded, the characteristics of the fitting (type and size) and other information
regarding the facility, batch number and raw material type. This system also allows complete
traceability of each fitting.
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Only SMARTFLEX Certified Installers can access the welding unit using their specific SMARTCARD
that contains an identifiable barcode and the following information:
• Operator’s name, photograph and serial number
• Company name (city)
• Product
• Training level indicated by the competencies codes listed in the table below
• Language
• Expiration date
• Contact information
NUPI AMERICAS regularly trains and reviews certified installers worldwide.
Table: Competencies codes
C1
Single wall pipe
C2
Double wall pipe
C3
Double wall fill pipe
C4
UL listed pipe
C5
Containment sumps
C6
SMARTCONDUIT
C7
Installation equipment
C8
Electrofusion entry boots
C9
Entry boots for fiberglass
C10
Leak monitoring
C11
Pressure testing
CERTIFIED INSTRUCTOR
Name
Nupigeco SpA Inc.
Nupiamericas
Product: Smartflex
Competencies: ALL
Language: English
Expiry date: 01/2015
06/2012
SmartCard No. 1118
641361918251702130394653256050
CERTIFIED WELDER
Name
Nupigeco
SpA Inc.
Nupiamericas
Product: Smartflex
Competencies: C1/C2/C7
Language: English
Expiry date: 01/2015
06/2012
SmartCard No. 1118
641361918251702130394653256050
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4.10
ELECTRO-WELDING GUIDELINES
Cutting
Cut the pipe perpendicularly at the correct length using the appropriate pipe cutter (Model SCUT).
Note: a cut which is not perpendicular to the pipe axis can influence its correct and complete
insertion. As a consequence, some melt material could enter into the pipe during welding or two
resistance wires might touch leading to a short circuit.
Scraping
Scrape the entire piping area involved in the welding process using the revolving scraper to
completely remove the outer layer.
Fig.1
WARNING: Never use under any circumstances sand paper, emery cloth, files, knives
or sharp objects.
Fig.2
Insertion length
Clearly mark the insertion length on the pipe using the proper white marker (Model MARK).
Fig.3
Cleaning
Clean the ends of the pipe, the fitting spigot and the socket with a clean cloth soaked with a
recommended cleaning solvent (Model LID1). Do not touch the parts that have just been cleaned.
Note: The following solvents may be used, Acetone, Isopropyl Alcohol, Trichloroethane and
Dichloromethane. The use of other primers or solvents is not allowed.
Fig.4
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Assembly
Insert the pipes into the fittings ensuring that the insertion depth previously indicated on the pipe
is reached.
Always use the aligner (model ALL225/4) whenever possible to support the pipes and keep them
in line during welding and cooling process.
Fig.5
Electrofusion welding
Connect the two welding lead connectors to the fitting, turn on the machine and follow the
instructions shown on the display.
Read the barcode on the fitting with the barcode scanner connected to the welding unit to carefully respect the appropriate welding time.
Refer to the welding unit manual for the correct welding procedure.
Fig.6
CAUTION:
After cleaning the pipe and fittings, ensure that any residual
solvent has evaporated prior to inserting pipe ends into
the fitting.
WARNING:
Some degreasers and solvents are extremely flammable.
Be sure to read any warning labels on containers. Never use
gasoline, turpentine, denatured alcohol (methylated spirits),
tricloroethylene or diesel fuel to clean contaminated surfaces,
as these products are generally greasy and may leave an oily
film on the welding surface that would block molecular fusion
of the two parts that are to be welded together.
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Note: Ensure to scrape and completely remove the green outer layer of the SUPERSMARTFLEX
pipe from the primary pipe until the black polyethylene layer is clearly visible on the outside of
the pipe before commencing the welding process. Remove the outer layer completely, including
the tie layer, until you reach the black HDPE layer. For a correct installation, please refer to the
procedures and assembly instructions for each SMARTFLEX product.
When the welding process is completed, let the assembly cool without moving it for the time
indicated on the barcode found on the fitting itself.
The following basic recommendations apply:
• electrofusion welding shall be carried out in dry areas. In the event of rain, fog or excessive
exposure to the sun rays, work should be carried out under appropriate cover;
• it is recommended that electrofusion welding is carried out within the ambient temperature
range from +14°F to +113°F);
• scrape the entire area of the pipe involved in the welding process. The external oxidised layer
must be removed in a uniform manner from the entire circumference and for a depth of:
-- 0.004” for outside diameters up to 2”
-- 0.006” for outside diameters up to 4” or larger;
• use the SMARTFLEX marker (model MARK) to clearly mark the insertion length on the pipe;
• it is important to properly align pipes and fittings during the welding and cooling process to
within a maximum angle of 15°;
• where possible use the aligner (model ALL225/4) to avoid deflection and eliminate stress on
the welded connection;
• the pipe aligner must only be removed after the welded pipe and fitting have cooled completely
but not before the cooling down period shown in the fitting barcode;
• the joining surfaces must be clean and dry before the electrofusion welding operation
commences;
• in the event of a power outage, welding can be restarted only after the fitting and pipe have
cooled down completely. This can only be undertaken once otherwise replace the fitting;
• before disconnecting the welding leads from the fitting, it is good practice to mark the welded
socket with the weld number displayed on the welding unit screen or any other mark so that
before the pressure test any non-welded fittings can be easily identified.
Note: For detailed welding procedures for any SMARTFLEX component, please refer to
the individual installation instructions that can be downloaded from the LITERATURE
section of NUPI AMERICAS website www.nupiamericas.com. You can also request
them to our Technical Department at [email protected]
4.11
CHECKS AFTER ELECTROFUSION WELDING
Non destructive checks on electrofusion welded assemblies consist mainly of a visual inspection
checking the following:
• that any misalignment between the two pipes does not exceed 10°-15°;
• that correct in fitting insertion lengths have been observed;
• that there is no escape of molten material;
• that an area of the pipe that has been scraped is protruding outside the fitting (at least 3/8”);
• that no parts of the wire of the inserted fitting will protrude.
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS OF COAXIAL DOUBLE WALL
4.12
FITTINGS FOR Ø 1” ½ - 2” - 4" PRIMARY PIPE AND FOR
Ø 2” - 2” ½ - 5" SECONDARY PIPE
Cut the primary and secondary pipes to the same length using the appropriate pipe cutter (Model
SCUT) when using straight length pipes/sticks.
Fig.1
Cut the primary and secondary pipes to the same length using the appropriate pipe cutter (Model
SCUT) when using pipes in coils.
Fig.2
Ensure the primary pipe is constrained by using the pliers for double wall pipes (Model SPLIDW).
Fig.3
Fig.4
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Insert the metallic protective sleeves (Model STP) between the secondary and primary pipes.
Use the appropriate marker (Model MARK) to clearly indicate on the secondary pipe the
measurement Px.
Fig.5
Cut the pipe at the correct length using the appropriate pipe cutter (Model SCUT).
Fig.6
Scrape the primary pipe to a length equivalent to P (as listed in the table on page 66), using the
revolving scraper (Model RAT1A or RATUL).
Note: For a correct installation of the SUPERSMARTFLEX pipe, ensure to SCRAPE AND
COMPLETELY REMOVE THE GREEN OUTER LAYER from the primary pipe until the black
polyethylene layer is clearly visible on the outside of the pipe. Remove the outer layer completely,
including the tie layer, until you reach the black HDPE layer. The omission of this step can cause
a weld to fail.
P
Fig.7
Scrape the secondary pipe to a length equivalent to S (as listed in the table on page 66) using
the manual scraper (Model RAM1 or RAM2) or the revolving scraper (Model RAT1A or RATOR).
S
Fig.8
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Scrape the fitting spigot with the manual scraper (Model RAM1 or RAM2). If the fitting is taken
from its protective wrapping and used immediately it is not necessary to scrape it.
Note: Never use under any circumstances sand paper, emery cloth, files, knives or sharp
objects.
Fig.9
Use the appropriate marker (Model MARK) to clearly indicate the insertion length Px on the
primary pipe and Sx (as listed in the table below) on the secondary pipe.
Note: When possible, always use the pipe aligner (Model ALL225/4) to eliminate stress and/
or tension during the welding process.
Sx
P
S
Px
Fig.10
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ITEM
Ø
Sx
S
P
Px
SMEDW50
1” ½
1.85”
3.94”
2.20”
2.36”
SMEDW63
2”
2.36”
4,72”
2.44”
2.76”
SCEDW50
1” ½
1.85”
3.94”
2.20”
2.36”
SCEDW63
2”
2.36”
4.72”
2.44”
2.76”
SGEDW50
1” ½
1.85”
3.94”
2.20”
2.36”
SGEDW63
2”
2.36”
4.72”
2.44”
2.76”
STEDW50
1” ½
1.85”
3.94”
2.20”
2.36”
STEDW63
2”
2.44”
4.72”
2.44”
2.76”
SGEDW110
4”
4.13”
7.87”
3.54”
4.53”
SCEDW110
4”
4.13”
7.87”
3.54”
4.53”
ITEM
Ø
Sx
S
P (scrape 0,4 in. more)
SETFC50-SETFCV50
1” ½
1.65”
2.05”
1.69”
SETFC63-SETFCV63
2”
1.65”
2.05”
1.69”
SETFC110-SETFCV110
4”
2.52”
2.91”
2.64”
Clean the ends of the primary and secondary pipes, the fitting spigot and the socket with a clean
cloth soaked with a recommended cleaning solvent (Model LID1).
Note: The following solvents may be used, Acetone, Isopropyl Alcohol, Trichloroethane
and Dichloromethane. The use of other primers or solvents is not allowed.
Fig.11
Fit the reducer and slide it along the secondary pipe.
WELDING OF THE PRIMARY PIPE
Check that the pipes are correctly clamped with the pliers (Model SPLIDW), then insert the
primary pipe ensuring that the insertion length Px (as listed in the table on page 66) is reached.
Electrofusion welding of pipe and fitting may now commence following the instructions shown on
the welding unit’s display.
Fig.12
NOW WE RECOMMEND YOU PERFORM THE PRESSURE TEST ON THE PRIMARY LINE
The test can be performed only after the cooling down process has been completed.
WELDING OF THE SECONDARY PIPE
Slide the reducer until it fits correctly on the fitting and check the insertion length Sx previously
marked on the pipe is visible.
Fig.13
Note: Do not force the pipe to a complete stop inside the fitting as this may shut off the
interstitial space.
Electrofusion welding of secondary pipe may now commence following the instructions shown on
the welding unit’s display.
NOW WE RECOMMEND YOU PERFORM THE PRESSURE TEST ON THE SECONDARY LINE
The test can be performed only after the cooling down process has been completed.
Fig.14
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS OF COAXIAL DOUBLE WALL
4.13
FITTINGS FOR Ø 3” PRIMARY PIPE AND FOR Ø 5”
SECONDARY PIPE
ls =
lp -
Px
Cut the two pipes perpendicularly using the appropriate pipe cutter (Model SCUT or Model
SCUTDW) to the correct length for the installation, then remove a further length equal to P x 2 (as
listed in the table below) from the secondary pipe using the appropriate pipe cutter (Model SCUT
or Model SCUTDW).
2
lp
i4n.
5.174
Fig.1
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ITEM
Ø
Sx
S
P (scrape 0,4 in.)
SMEDW90
3”
3.43”
3.82”
2.83”
SCEDW90
3”
3.43”
3.82”
2.83”
SGEDW90
STEDW90
3”
3”
3.43”
3.43”
3.82”
3.82”
2.83”
2.83”
ITEM
Ø
Sx
S
P (scrape 0,4 in.)
Px
SETF90 - SETFV90
3”
3.35”
3.74”
2.22”
3.08”
Separate the primary pipe from the secondary pipe.
Fig.2
Scrape the primary pipe to a length equal to P using the revolving scraper (Model RAT1A or
RATUL).
Note: Never use under any circumstances sand paper, emery cloth, files, knives or sharp
objects.
Note: For a correct installation of the SUPERSMARTFLEX pipe, ensure to SCRAPE AND
COMPLETELY REMOVE THE GREEN OUTER LAYER from the primary pipe until the
black polyethylene layer is clearly visible on the outside of the pipe. Remove the outer layer
completely, including the tie layer, until you reach the black HDPE layer. The omission of this
step can cause a weld to fail.
Fig.3
Separate the primary pipe from the secondary pipe.
Fig.4
Scrape the secondary pipe to a length equal to S using the revolving scraper (Model RAT1A or
RATUL).
Fig.5
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Scrape the other end of the primary pipe to a length equal to P using the revolving scraper (Model
RAT1A or RATUL).
Note: For a correct installation of the SUPERSMARTFLEX pipe, ensure to SCRAPE AND
COMPLETELY REMOVE THE GREEN OUTER LAYER from the primary pipe until the
black polyethylene layer is clearly visible on the outside of the pipe. Remove the outer layer
completely, including the tie layer, until you reach the black HDPE layer. The omission of this
step can cause a weld to fail.
Fig.6
Separate the primary pipe from the secondary pipe.
Fig.7
Scrape the secondary pipe to a length equal to S using the revolving scraper (Model RAT1A or
RATOR).
Fig.8
Use the appropriate marker (Model MARK) to clearly indicate the insertion lengths on the surface
of the primary and secondary pipes.
Sx
S
P
Fig.9
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Clean the ends of the primary and secondary pipes, the fitting spigot and the socket with a clean
cloth soaked with a recommended cleaning solvent (Model LID1).
Note: The following solvents may be used, Acetone, Isopropyl Alcohol, Trichloroethane
and Dichloromethane. The use of other primers or solvents is not allowed.
Note: When possible, always use the pipe aligner (Model ALL225/4) to eliminate stress and/
or tension during the welding process.
Fig.10
Insert the double wall pipe into the fitting, ensuring that the marked insertion depth is reached or
until it comes to a stop against the internal stop inside the fitting.
Fig.11
You can now commence the welding process of the primary pipe following the instructions shown
on the welding unit’s display.
NOW WE RECOMMEND YOU PERFORM THE PRESSURE TEST ON THE PRIMARY LINE
The test can be performed only after the cooling down process has been completed.
Fig.12
You can now commence the welding process of the secondary pipe following the instructions
shown on the welding unit’s display.
NOW WE RECOMMEND YOU PERFORM THE PRESSURE TEST ON THE SECONDARY LINE
The test can be performed only after the cooling down process has been completed.
Fig.13
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS FOR MODEL SMEDWR110125
4.14
(Ø 3” PRIMARY PIPE FOR Ø 5” SECONDARY PIPE)
Scrape the secondary straight connector to its complete length.
Fig.1
Clean one of the fitting spigots and the internal part of one of the reducers with a recommended
cleaning solvent (Model LID1).
Insert the cleaned spigot of the secondary fitting inside the cleaned reducer to its complete stop.
Before carrying out this step check and clearly mark the insertion length on the spigot of the
secondary fitting.
Fig.2
Cut the secondary pipe to a length equal to about 3.94 in.
ls
p
=l
.
minm
0.904
- 13
lp
in.
040
3.19
Fig.3
Scrape the secondary pipe to a length of 10.7 in. (1.5 times the length of the reducer).
Fig.4
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Mark the insertion length of the secondary pipe equal to about 2.95 in.
.
n
5i
2.79
Fig.5
Slide the reducer that has just been assembled on the scraped secondary pipe.
Fig.6
Let the primary pipe come out of the assembly as per figure 6, scrape it and clean it to a length
equal to its insertion length inside the primary straight connector.
Fig.7
Mark the insertion length of the primary pipe inside the primary straight connector equal to about
3.03 in.
n.
i
037
3.7
Fig.8
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Insert the primary pipe inside the straight connector.
Cut the other secondary pipe to a length equal to about 3.94 in.
Scrape the secondary pipe that has just been cut to a length equal to 1 time the length of the
Fig.9 reducer (about 7.10 in.).
Mark the insertion length of the secondary pipe equal to about 2.95 in.
Repeat the steps as per figures 6, 7 and 8.
Weld the primary pipe by reading the barcode indicated on the straight connector.
Fig.10
When the weld is finished and after the fitting passed the hydraulic test, cut/tear off the brass parts
of the welding pins so that the copper wire is not visible. Insulate the end of the welding pin by using
insulating tape or paste. Place the covered wires so that they remain inside the secondary reducer.
Note: We recommend to insulate all cable lugs or metal ends that are visible inside the cavity or nongrounded.
Slide the pre-assembled spigot of the secondary fitting on the primary straight connector that
has just been welded.
Clean the free spigot of the secondary straight connector and the two ends of the secondary pipe
previously scraped with a recommended cleaning solvent (Model LID1).
Insert the second reducer on the free spigot of the secondary fitting.
Make sure that the two secondary pipes have been inserted to the insertion lengths previously
marked.
Weld the secondary pipe.
Note: We strongly recommend to proceed with the welding of the whole primary line and
carry out the pressure test to check the tightness of the joints before proceeding with the
welding of the secondary line.
Fig.11-12
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS FOR MODEL STEDWR110125
4.15
(Ø 4” PRIMARY PIPE FOR Ø 5” SECONDARY PIPE)
Measure the insertion length of the primary pipes. It is the distance between the complete stop
inside the primary tee and the spigot rim of the secondary tee (about 11.40 in.).
Cut the secondary pipes to the insertion length of the primary pipes previously measured.
p-
l
ls =
m
0m
29
lp
n.
11
0i
.2490
Fig.1
Scrape the secondary pipes to a length of 11.81 in. each.
Fig.2
Mark the insertion length of the secondary pipes equal to 3.94 in. each.
in.
.400 0
11 1
Fig.3
Scrape the primary pipes to a length of 3.94 in. each.
Fig.4
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Mark the insertion length of the primary pipes (measured as per figure 1).
.
0in
.490
11 2
Fig.5
Scrape the secondary fitting spigot to a length of 3.54 in.
Fig.6
Clean the external surfaces of the pipes, the internal and external surfaces of the fitting and the
internal surface of the reducer with the recommended cleaning solvent.
Fig.7
Slide the reducers on the secondary pipes to the whole length of the scraped part.
Fig.8
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Insert the two primary pipes inside the fitting in both the ends of the long side to its complete
stop inside the internal tee.
Make sure that the welding pins come out of the fitting.
Weld the two primary pipes of the long side at the same time (the internal fitting is single-wire)
by reading the barcode indicated on the long side of the external tee.
Fig.9
Insert the primary pipe to its complete stop inside the straight connector placed on the short side
of the internal tee.
Insert the connectors (short side) inside the pins of the welding machine and weld by reading the
barcode indicated on the short side of the external tee.
Fig.10
Slide the electric reducers on the secondary fitting spigot previously scraped and cleaned. Make
sure that the insertion length indicated in figure 3 is reached.
Weld the reducers by reading the barcode indicated on the reducers.
When the weld is finished and after the fitting passed the hydraulic test, cut/tear off the brass parts
of the welding pins so that the copper wire is not visible. Insulate the end of the welding pin by using
insulating tape or paste. Place the covered wires so that they remain inside the secondary reducer.
Note: We recommend to insulate all cable lugs or metal ends that are visible inside the cavity or nongrounded.
Note: We strongly recommend to proceed with the welding of the whole primary line and carry
out the pressure test to check the tightness of the joints before proceeding with the welding of the
secondary line as the welding pins will remain trapped in the interstitial space of the secondary
line. It will not be possible to repeat the welding operation.
Fig.11-12
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5 · INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS OF ENTRY BOOTS
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS OF AN ELECTROFUSION ENTRY
5.1
BOOT FOR SINGLE AND DOUBLE WALL SYSTEMS MODEL
SEBEP
Assemble the mandrel (2) (Model SMAN) and the hole saw (Model STAZ) and insert them into the
power drill. Mark (1) the position along the long side of the sump where the entry boot (Model
SEBEP) is to be installed. Now drill the required hole through the wall of the sump. Repeat the
procedure if more than one entry boot is to be installed.
Fig.1
Remove the threaded ring (3) and one of the paper rings (4) from the body of SEBEP. Make sure
the other paper ring (4) is in contact with the body surface of SEBEP.
Fig.2
Place the entry boot into the hole previously made.
Fig.3
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Place the paper ring (4) onto the SEBEP body and assemble the threaded ring (3) on the threaded
part of SEBEP crossing the sump wall.
Fig.4
Check the correct tightening (you can use Model CHIAVE to carry out the correct tightening).
Fig.5
Use the connectors (5) to weld the entry boot by scanning the barcode sticker and following the
instructions shown on the welding unit’s display.
Fig.6
Use the manual scraper (6) (Model RAM1) to scrape the surface of the entry boot spigot.
Fig.7
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Clean the scraped surface and the inside of the reducer with a clean cloth soaked with a
recommended cleaning solvent (Model LID1).
Note: The following solvents may be used, Acetone, Isopropyl Alcohol, Trichloroethane
and Dichloromethane. The use of other primers or solvents is not allowed.
Fig.8
Place the reducer onto the entry boot spigot.
Fig.9
Insert the pipe through the entry boot and place it in the correct position. Use the appropriate
marker (1) to indicate the position at the contact point between the pipe and the reducer on the
outside surface of the primary and/or secondary pipes.
Fig.10
Remove the pipe the scrape its surface using the manual scraper (6) (Model RAM1) where the
welding process is to be undertaken. Scrape a distance of 50mm or greater.
Note: For a correct installation of the SUPERSMARTFLEX pipe, ensure to SCRAPE AND
COMPLETELY REMOVE THE GREEN OUTER LAYER from the primary pipe until the black
polyethylene layer is clearly visible on the outside of the pipe. The omission of this step can
cause a weld to fail.
Fig.11
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Clean the scraped surface with a clean cloth soaked with a recommended cleaning solvent (7)
(Model LID1).
Note: The following solvents may be used, Acetone, Isopropyl Alcohol, Trichloroethane
and Dichloromethane. The use of other primers or solvents is not allowed.
Fig.12
Insert and slide the pipe through the entry boot ensuring to place it in the correct position as
marked. Weld the reducer by scanning the barcode sticker and following the instructions shown
on the welding unit’s display.
Note: Wait until the cooling down time shown on the barcode has elapsed before performing
other operations.
Fig.13
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ASSEMBLY
5.2
INSTRUCTIONS OF AN ELECTROFUSION
ENTRY BOOT FOR FIBERGLASS TANKS MODEL SEBEF_A
Assemble the mandrel (Model SMAN) and the hole saw (Model STAZ) and insert them into the
power drill. Mark the position along the long side of the sump where the entry boot (Model
SEBEF_A) is to be installed. Now drill the required hole through the wall of the sump. Repeat the
procedure if more than one entry boot is to be installed.
STAZ89
3"½
STAZ152
6"
Fig.1
To be used with SEBEFM_A and SEBEF_A diameters 1” ½, 2” and 2" ½
To be used with SEBEFM_A and SEBEF_A diameters 3”, 4” and 5”
Prepare the surface of the sump wall where the entry boot is to be installed with an angle grinder
fitted with the appropriate sanding disc.
ATTENTION: The sanded area around the hole shall be larger than the outside diameter of
the entry boot.
Clean all the components involved in the assembly with a clean cloth soaked with a recommended
cleaning solvent (Model LID1).
Fig.2
Note: The following solvents may be used, Acetone, Isopropyl Alcohol, Trichloroethane
and Dichloromethane. The use of other primers or solvents is not allowed.
Fig.3
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Use a proper emery cloth to clean thoroughly the SEBEF_A aluminium flat surfaces.
Fig.4
Pour and spread a consistent layer of epoxy sealant (Petrol Seal) over the contact side of the
brass flanges. Avoid any spillage of product.
ATTENTION: During this process, avoid contaminating the SEBEF_A threaded parts and the
internal surface of the sump.
Fig.5
Fig.6
Assemble the two components of the entry boot together centring the flanges through the hole.
Fig.7
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Tighten the SEBEF_A assembly (special filter pliers are available).
Fig.8
Pour and spread the Epoxy Sealant “Petrol Seal” on each side of the entry boot using the tip of
the gloved finger and coat all the metal surfaces.
Fig.9
Let the assembly cure for the appropriate time (24 hours).
ATTENTION: Protect the fitting from any direct contact with water (such as rain) during the
curing time.
After the curing time, scrape the HDPE ends using the manual scraper (Model RAM1 or RAM2).
Fig.10
Clean the scraped surfaces with a clean cloth soaked with a recommended cleaning solvent
(Model LID1).
Note: The following solvents may be used, Acetone, Isopropyl Alcohol, Trichloroethane
and Dichloromethane. The use of other primers or solvents is not allowed.
Fig.11
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Place the reducers on the entry boot previously scraped and cleaned.
Fig.12
Insert the pipe into the entry boot until the correct position is reached. Use the appropriate marker
to indicate the position at the contact point between the pipe and the reducer on the outside
surface of the pipe.
Fig.13
Remove the pipe and scrape along its length where it is to be welded using the manual scraper
(Model RAM1 or RAM2).
From the point previously marked, scrape 1.97 in. from each side.
Note: For a correct installation of the SUPERSMARTFLEX pipe, ensure to SCRAPE AND
COMPLETELY REMOVE THE GREEN OUTER LAYER from the primary pipe until the black
polyethylene layer is clearly visible on the outside of the pipe. The omission of this step can
cause a weld to fail.
1.97 in.
1.97 in.
Fig.14
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Clean the scraped surface with a clean cloth soaked with a recommended cleaning solvent
(Model LID1).
Note: The following solvents may be used, Acetone, Isopropyl Alcohol, Trichloroethane
and Dichloromethane. The use of other primers or solvents is not allowed.
Fig.15
Re-insert the pipe through the fitting until it lines up with the previously marked position.
Weld each reducer by scanning the barcode sticker and following the instructions on the welding
unit’s display.
Note: Wait until the cooling down time shown on the barcode has elapsed before performing
other operations.
Fig.16
ATTENTION: The preferred fluid to be used for monitoring purposes is PP glycol.
DO NOT USE BRINE!
The use of a proper corrosion inhibitor to be added to the monitoring fluid is also recommended.
Please contact our Technical Department for other types of fluid.
ATTENTION: We recommend to flow air into the sump annulus when the epoxy is not dry
yet to make sure that the purge holes remain open and free of blockage.
HOLE SAW (STAZ) - ENTRY BOOT SIZE MATCHING CHART
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Code
STAZ89
ø
89
Notes
for SEBEFM_A, SEBEF_A Ø 1”½, 2”, 2”½
STAZ111
111
for SEBEP Ø 2”, 2”½
STAZ152
152
for SEBEFM_A, SEBEF_A Ø 3”, 4”, 5”, SEBEP Ø 3”, 4”, 5”
6 · MODIFICATION AND REPAIR OF
SMARTFLEX SITES
The purpose of this document is to give a short guideline on how to operate when doing a modification or repair of a Smartflex piping system. This guideline is in any case not exhaustive and
should never surpass the national/local regulation and practices, particularly in terms of health
and safety regulations.
All the operations described below have to be performed, consideration must be given to all the
necessary safety procedures in terms of health and safety of the on-site personnel and must take
into consideration all the relative environmental aspects and rules.
For additional information, please make reference to:
• IP – Code of safe practice for contractors working on filling stations (March 2005).
• APEA/IP – Design, construction, modification, maintenance and decommissioning of filling
stations.
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PROCEDURE
1. Turn off and shut down the electrical supply to the submersible pump (if present) and the
dispensers. This may require the assistance of authorised personnel.
2. Disconnect the pump and any dispenser devices.
3. Ready the UST closest dispenser hose to release pipeline pressure and to empty the product
into a suitable sealed containment vessel.
4. Empty the line completely of any fuels.
5. Test the confined space in the sump to be repaired by the use of an (O²) Oxygen sensor/
meter.
6. Before any personnel enter the sump, check the presence of enough (O²) Oxygen.
7. Close the ball valve of the submersible pump.
8. Open the test ports on the secondary containment fittings.
9. Detach the product line from the tank sump connection.
10. Assure to collect any residual fluid into the sealed containment vessel.
11. Open the shear valve access ports of the interested line to permit the fluid to flow down to
the tank sump.
12. Close the shear valve when the line is completely drained and dried.
13. Ventilate the sump to achieve an Oxygen (O²) level suitable for personnel to re-enter (2025%).
14. Remove the filled containment vessel from the tank sump.
15. Proceed with the repairing process following the Smartflex installation instructions.
16. During the repairing process care shall be taken to keep the line and the sumps continuously
purged with an inert gas like Nitrogen. It is important to monitor continuously the (O²) Oxygen
level.
17. Fill the line to be repaired and the sumps with Nitrogen until no Oxygen (O²) is present (to be
checked with the (O²) Oxygen meter).
18. Place the welding unit as far as possible from the repairing site/area, aboveground, ensuring
that the connecting cables are not tensioned.
19. Turn off the Nitrogen supply and immediately commence the welding process.
20. At the end of the welding process, turn off the welding unit power supply and again start
to convey Nitrogen into the line and sump leaving the connecting cables connected to the
fitting.
21. The flow of Nitrogen should continue for least 20-30 minutes during the cooling down period.
22. Permit air exchange and when the (O²) level again reaches 20-25% the operator can enter
the welding zone and disconnect the cables.
23. Once the repairing process has been completed, the line shall be pressure tested as per the
Smartflex instructions.
24. After a positive result of the pressure test has been achieved, the line can be re-commissioned
and start working again.
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7 · SMARTFLEX PRESSURE TEST
All SMARTFLEX installations must be pressure tested prior to being placed into service.
CAUTION:
Before testing the primary pipe, ensure that the test ports
on the double wall fittings are open and the interstice is
The primary pipe and secondary containment pipe (where applicable) shall be tested separately.
The primary pipe shall be tested before completing all the welds in the secondary system.
A pressure gauge with test pressure at mid-scale is recommended. If the SMARTFLEX Pressure
Test Device SENS010 is used as testing device please refer to its specific instruction guide.
properly vented.
CAUTION:
If gaseous fluids are employed
for the pressure test, adequate
safety precautions must be
exercised.
If the installation has pressure constraints due to the installation of auxiliary devices, please
contact our technical office before testing.
The following table provides testing parameters. Higher test pressures must be approved by the
manufacturer.
Gaseous Fluids
Liquid Fluids
Test
Pressure
Test
Duration
Test
Pressure
Test
Duration
Primary pipe
87 psi
2 hours
116 psi
2 hours
Secondary pipe
58 psi
2 hours
58 psi
2 hours
Rubber termination fittings
5 psi
2 hours
5 psi
2 hours
The conditions above are valid for the pipe at ambient temperature (68°F). For higher
temperatures, wait for the conditions to be restored. The pipe shall NOT be tested when it is hot
(pipe temperature > 95°F). It is recommended to carry out the pressure test in the early morning
during the warm season of the year.
The pressure test shall be carried out on pipe runs with a maximum length of 300 ft in order to
avoid that small pressure drops due to micro leaks will spread on the entire system under test
and will not be detected.
The SMARTFLEX system includes a special testing device (Model SENS010) to be connected to
the welding unit and the fluids generator. Barcode PRESSURE TEST CARDS are available for test
performing.
Prior to commencing any pressure test it is good practice to inspect all welded fittings to ensure
all fittings have been welded correctly.
The fluids recommended for the tests are: compressed air, nitrogen, helium or water.
Make sure that the filling phase of the sumps to be monitored is carried out gradually, avoiding
overpressures.
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Record the ambient temperature at the beginning and at the end of testing, as temperature
changes will affect gas pressure inside the pipe.
Pressure change due to temperature (only for gaseous fluids) is 0.19% for °F. [e.g. ± ΔT = -18°F
will cause ΔP= -3.5%, hypothesizing that the temperature at the start of the test is around 60°F].
A net pressure change (after temperature compensation) of -2% is typically considered acceptable
to take into account eventual micro leakage of testing devices.
The following table shows the final pressure P (psi) in function of initial pressure P0 (psi) and of
temperature change ΔT (°F).
Temperature variation ∆T (°F)
Initial pressure
(psi)
-27
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
55
60
65
70
75
80
85
90
95
100
4.7
9.5
14.2
19.0
23.7
28.4
33.2
37.9
42.7
47.4
52.1
56.9
61.6
66.4
71.1
75.8
80.6
85.3
90.1
94.8
-18
-9
0
9
18
27
5.2
10.3
15.5
20.7
25.9
31.0
36.2
41.4
46.6
51.7
56.9
62.1
67.3
72.4
77.6
82.8
88.0
93.1
98.3
103.5
5.3
10.5
15.8
21.0
26.3
31.6
36.8
42.1
47.3
52.6
57.9
63.1
68.4
73.6
78.9
84.2
89.4
94.7
99.9
105.2
Final pressure (psi)
4.8
9.7
14.5
19.3
24.1
29.0
33.8
38.6
43.4
48.3
53.1
57.9
62.7
67.6
72.4
77.2
82.0
86.9
91.7
96.5
4.9
9.8
14.7
19.7
24.6
29.5
34.4
39.3
44.2
49.1
54.0
59.0
63.9
68.8
73.7
78.6
83.5
88.4
93.4
98.3
5.0
10.0
15.0
20.0
25.0
30.0
35.0
40.0
45.0
50.0
55.0
60.
65.0
70.0
75.0
80.0
85.0
90.0
95.0
100.0
5.1
10.2
15.3
20.3
25.4
30.5
35.6
40.7
45.8
50.9
56.0
61.0
66.1
71.2
76.3
81.4
86.5
91.6
96.6
101.7
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The following diagram shows the pressure change ΔP (psi) in the system, considering an initial
pressure P0 and according to various temperature changes ΔT (°F).
Note: the procedure described above is a quick test procedure carried out under a so-called
low pressure. This testing procedure could rarely not allow detection of anomalies caused by
non-perfectly welds e.g. pasted welds, excessive offset or pipe that has not reached its correct
position inside the fitting.
In case the pressure test had a negative result due to a leak at a fitting detected through soapy
water or a suitable leak detection gas, the test shall be interrupted and the fitting shall be removed
and replaced with a new one.
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Problem solving in case of leak at any welded assembly
Considering that the electrofusion welding process is an optimal welding process (as it is based
on molecular fusion between the materials that creates the assembly), possible leaks of the
welded parts can occur only for the following reasons:
• The welding process was interrupted. Therefore, it was not completed correctly (the welding
unit would have displayed an error on the screen).
Or:
• The pipes and fittings were not scraped and cleaned correctly. In this case, the material may
not have fused together properly.
Since it is not possible to determine defective welding solely through a visual examination, we
recommend:
• Re-welding the fitting one further time.
• Repeating the pressure test once welded and cooled.
Guidelines for system maintenance
The following guidelines shall be explained to the installer during their training:
• If a leak or anomaly is detected in any part of the system (by inspecting the sumps or through
the leak monitoring system), the problem must be resolved by the maintenance person
immediately.
• If the piping system is damaged or there is a leak, the manufacturer or distributor should be
contacted for further advice.
CAUTION:
Ignoring or disabling any monitoring system alarm may
cause future damage.
The service station operator should be advised accordingly.
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8 · BIOFUELS
8.1
BIOFUELS: THE ANSWER IS THE SMARTFLEX SYSTEM
Biofuels are fuels extracted from the agro-energy. In other words, they can be obtained from the
processing of agricultural raw materials, biomass and wood. Biofuels are therefore considered as
a renewable energy source. Their natural origin is more easily absorbable by nature and allows
to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions from private transport by 70% and reduce the import
of oil from abroad. These two issues are taken very seriously by the European Union which
requires all member countries to meet at least 2% of national energy demand by using biofuels,
an intermediate target towards the final target of 5.75 % to be reached by December 2010 (20%
by 2020).
There are two main biofuels: biodiesel and bioethanol.
It is important to emphasise that materials previously considered suitable for installations
transporting traditional fuels are not just as suitable for the transport of new biofuels.
As for piping, thermoplastic piping are the most suitable ones (preferably made of HDPE with
a suitable barrier layer) which are absolutely unaffected by biofuels that show instead a strong
corrosive action on traditional metals. This is due to a more oxidising environment due both to the
higher percentage of water contained and the increased bacterial growth of yeasts and mold and
the relative change of PH caused by their metabolites.
Precaution should be taken then for the metal parts in contact with biofuels. Stainless steel,
bronze and nickel-plated brass or aluminum are the most suitable ones.
The SMARTFLEX system offers a complete range of pipes and fittings to meet all the necessary
requirements for the proper transport of biofuels.
The SMARTFLEX system has already been tested and certified by ERA TECHNOLOGY for the
transport of E85 and biodiesel at 100% (EN14125) and KIWA Nederland B.V. (BRL5523).
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9 · ELECTROSTATIC SAFETY FOR THE SMARTFLEX SYSTEM
The SMARTFLEX piping system has received the complete electrostatic safety certification by
exceeding the many rigorous tests required by the Wolfson laboratory (UK).
Plastic piping that are made conductive and metal pipework that is conductive by its own nature
cannot be defined as completely safe as regards the electrostatic risk and each installation must
be carefully evaluated. For example, conductive metal pipework must be properly earthed and
conductive plastic piping installations must be conductive in every part, both pipes and fittings,
and must be properly earthed. Failure or poor achievement of this precaution could even increase
the electrostatic risk.
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Electrostatic charges are generated through a process arising from the presence in parts per
million (or billion) of ions in the fuel.
Positive or negative ions selectively attach themselves to any interfacial surface in contact with
the fuel, such as the inner wall of the pipe, due to selective chemical absorption.
As a consequence, the inside surface of the pipe acquires a unipolar charge and ions of the
opposite polarity in the fuel are attracted to it. A charged layer then extends from the wall into the
fuel of a thickness that increases with decreasing fuel conductivity.
The net charge in the pipe is zero when the fuel is at rest.
When the fuel flows, the ions in the boundary layer tend to be carried along, while the opposite
charge on the wall dissipates to earth at a rate depending primarily upon the pipe material’s
conductivity.
In any piping system, either metal or plastic, the primary source of charge generation is due to
the flow of fuel through the pipe.
In addition to the electrostatic charging mechanisms, there is also the possibility of electrostatic
charge being generated by friction with pipe wall and other plastic components, such as the
walls of tanks or sumps, etc. In such cases, the frictional charge generation mechanism could be
rubbing or brushing with clothing.
The construction of a non-conductive pipe with a conductive inner liner implies the need to use
continuity bridges inside the assemblies and periodically check the continuity of the installation
and its grounding. This increases the risks of the installation. If a bridge is not well positioned
or forgotten, it interrupts the continuity of the system thus converting it into a capacitor with a
consequent risk of ignition. In addition, periodic monitoring of the installation and its grounding is
both difficult and expensive. The use of the SMARTFLEX system, which is wholly non-conductive,
is therefore absolutely safe and is preferred to a non-conductive system with a conductive inner
liner.
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9.1TESTS
In order to investigate electrostatic potential developed on the various components of a
SMARTFLEX piping system, a test pipeline was created at the Wolfson Electrostatics Laboratories
(UK).
The test set-up enabled electrostatic measurements to be undertaken at various points during
the flow of low conductivity fuel, which was pumped through the SMARTFLEX pipeline at high
velocity using a pneumatic diaphragm pump.
The SMARTFLEX system under test comprised two sections, a 2” diameter pipe and a 3” diameter
pipe. It also included a number of electro-welded couplings and spigot fittings.
In order to perform these fuel flow trials, 150 US Gallons of refined iso-octane and toluene (50:50
mixture) were used. A pump able to deliver over 50 US Gallons per minute was chosen in order
to obtain practical worst-case electrostatic charging situations (i.e. four or five nozzles delivering
fuel simultaneously at a flow of 10 US Gallons per minute).
The maximum allowed flow is equal to 75 US Gallons per minute for each pipe.
A total of 22 test runs were undertaken with the main controlled variable being flow direction and
fuel conductivity.
Measurements were taken on each run to determine the electrostatic potential on the pipe wall
and the electrostatic potential developed on the fittings and electrofusion couplings.
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9.2CONCLUSIONS
With regard to the issue of electrostatic ignition hazards, the investigation described above has
demonstrated that:
• The SMARTFLEX system does not show any significant increase in the electrostatic ignition
hazard as compared to conventional metal pipe work for the same type of installations.
• Based on the typical fuel flow of gas station applications, there is no risk of hazardous brush
discharges from the pipe due to fuel flow.
• As a rule of good practice, it is recommended to earth all metal components such as valves,
entry boot rings, etc. It is also recommended to stop up/close off or insulate the welding
pins of the electrofusion fittings if not earthed. When the welding process has ended, the
metal welding pins shall be removed from any free welding wire and the wire ends shall be
protected or insulated.
• The electrostatic potentials developed on the walls of the piping during fuel flow are at
least two orders of magnitude lower than the electrical breakdown strength of polyethylene.
Therefore, no danger of electrical breakdown through the pipe wall exists.
New biofuels comprising alcohols (EtOH - E85) are not dangerous according to electrostatic
safety if conveyed using the SMARTFLEX system. E85 is more conductive than gasoline (up to
10 times more conductive than crude oil); therefore the charge disperses quickly by reducing the
risk of electrostatic storage.
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10 · FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
General Questions
Is it true that all plastic piping systems swell or expand when in
contact with hydrocarbon vapours?
Absolutely not! SMARTFLEX pipes will not expand in length when exposed continuously to
hydrocarbon vapors in sumps. The reason is that the pipe and fittings employ high-density
materials, which ensure a higher degree of hydrocarbon resistance.
Is the SMARTFLEX piping system rigid or flexible?
The SMARTFLEX piping system is classified semi-rigid. Therefore, it offers the rigidity required by
CARB (California Air Resources Board) regulations and, at the same time, the flexibility required
by installers during the installation process.
How do you become a SMARTFLEX certified installer?
The SMARTFLEX piping system can only be installed by SMARTFLEX certified installers. The
operator must undergo a SMARTFLEX Certified Installer training course prior to obtaining their
Certified Installer credentials. Certified Installer training is valid for a period of three years. Contact
NUPI AMERICAS or in-country distributor for further information.
What is the warranty on SMARTFLEX products?
The SMARTFLEX piping system offers a 30-year warranty. In order to validate the warranty, the
SMARTFLEX piping system must be installed by a certified installer in accordance with the latest
published installation instructions.
It was reported recently that a thermoplastic flexible pipe
system “swelled/expanded” (grew in length) due to continuous
exposure to hydrocarbon vapors within a containment sump.
The abnormal growth caused a failure of the containment sump
entry fittings. Will the SMARTFLEX piping system behave in the
same manner?
Absolutely not! SMARTFLEX pipes will not noticeably swell or expand in length when exposed
continually to hydrocarbon vapors in sumps. The reason is that the pipe and fittings employ highdensity materials, which ensure a higher degree of hydrocarbon resistance.
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Are there any other piping manufacturers that offer pipe and
fitting traceability?
Barcode technology is offered all over the world, but this does not imply traceability. The barcode
alone is just a quicker way to enter the welding parameters into the welding machine.
SMARTFLEX is a true traceable system as it integrates:
• Double barcode fittings.
• A proprietary welding unit featuring a simple program that allows downloading of the welding
parameters and system pressure tests.
• ITS: a web based application which provides the end user and NUPI AMERICAS to enter, store
and retrieve all the specific site installation data.
• UNI EN ISO 9001:2008 and UNI EN ISO 14001:2004 certified production facilities and
OHSAS 18001:2007.
What is the ITS system?
ITS is an Internet based Interactive Tracking System provided by NUPI AMERICAS. It allows you
access to data regarding the installation of the SMARTFLEX system in a specific site (completed
welding reports, pressure test results, installed products, installation site etc.).
What is the recommended backfill material?
Installation Process
Sand and pea gravel. Please refer to section 4.4.
What is the pressure rating of a piping system?
The pressure rating (or max. operating pressure) is the estimated gauge pressure that the medium
in the pipe can exert continuously with the likelihood that failure of the pipe will not occur. All
SMARTFLEX primary and secondary pipes are sized to have a pressure rating of 116 psi and 58
psi respectively with hydrocarbon as converted fluids. With water they are classified pressure of
180 psi and 87 psi respectively.
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Can the interstitial space be monitored?
Yes, thanks to SMARTFLEX double wall coaxial fittings that allow the interstitial space to remain
uninterrupted throughout the complete line.
What is the pipe bending radius?
Nominal pipe
diameter (in.)
Minimum bending
radius (ft)
1" 1/2
3
2”
4
What is the double barcode?
The double barcode contains added information that allows complete tracking of the fitting
including manufacture site, raw material batch number and characteristics.
Is the SMARTFLEX piping system suitable for biofuels?
Yes, it is! The SMARTFLEX piping system is suitable for the conveyance of biofuels and their
blends (e.g. E85, biodiesel etc.).
Is the SMARTFLEX piping system suitable for AdBlue/DEF/Urea?
Yes, it is! NUPI AMERICAS created a multilayer pipe (SMARTFLEX Urea) specifically designed
to satisfy the requirements of AdBlue/DEF/Urea conveyance in compliance with the DIN70070
standard. In addition, we provide a wide range of fittings in stainless steel (AISI 304) for this
application.
Is it possible to electro-weld while in presence of explosive
vapors?
No, it isn’t! Prior to commencing the electrofusion welding procedure any residual hydrocarbons
(liquid or vapor) must be eliminated from the line. This can be done by fluxing the line with an
inert gas (e.g. nitrogen).
What is required to download welding or pressure test reports
from the welding unit?
For model SSEL8404 and SSEL8404L the data can be directly transferred to a computer via
Bluetooth.
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What are the main advantages of the SMARTFLEX double wall
pipe system versus other pipe systems currently available on
the market?
The SMARTFLEX double wall piping system is, in fact, a true double wall pipe system as the
secondary pipe is not a simple jacket but an actual structural pipe. For this reason, our double
wall piping system can be continuously monitored (24/7) at a pressure of 55 psi except in cases
where rubber components are present.
What connection methods do you use to install SMARTFLEX
piping systems?
The primary connection method for the SMARTFLEX system is based on electrofusion welding
technology.
Can the SMARTFLEX piping system be used for both pressure
and suction systems?
Yes, it can! SMARTFLEX can be used for both pressure and suction systems.
Does NUPI AMERICAS provide a leak monitoring system?
Yes, it does! It is an over-pressure system that contains a leak monitoring unit (Model SMSIT),
a manifold and tubing for connecting the system to the double wall fittings via a specific quickconnecting valve.
Is the SMARTFLEX piping system specifically designed for use
with petroleum products, alcohol mixtures, biofuels and their
blends?
The SMARTFLEX piping system is designed and manufactured specifically for the conveyance of
automotive fuels. This includes all gasoline, diesel fuels, alcohol/gasoline mixtures and biofuels.
Can the primary and secondary lines be tested together?
No, they can’t! Only all the primary lines can be connected and tested together or all the secondary
lines (using the specific manifolds). As the test pressures vary for the two pipelines, please refer
to the Technical Catalog, section 7, for further information.
In the event that the internal pipe liner has been excessively
exposed to ultra-violet (UV) rays, what corrective action should
the installer perform?
The installer shall remove not less than 5 cm or one pipe diameter, whichever the greater, off the
end of each exposed pipe.
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What is the ambient temperature range within which electrofusion
welding can be carried out?
From +14°F to +113°F .
What is the minimum recommended burial depth for SMARTFLEX
pipes and fittings?
It is 20”.
If pipes are crossed over one another, is there any particular
procedure required?
Yes, there is. The pipes should be protected by a minimum of 2” of compacted backfill or 1” of
protective Styrofoam to prevent point-loading damage of the pipes.
Is it important to align the pipes and fittings during the welding
and cooling process?
Yes, the pipes and fittings must be aligned during the entire welding and cooling stage for welding
to be performed correctly. A maximum misalignment of 10-15° is allowable.
In the event of a power shortage, can the electrofusion welding
process be restarted?
The electrofusion welding process can only be restarted after the assembly has completely cooled
down to ambient temperature. NOTE: this process can only be performed once.
Can SMARTFLEX welding units be used in potentially explosive
environments?
SMARTFLEX welding units are NOT intrinsically safe devices and may only be used on pipe
sections that do not contain hydrocarbons. Always refer to local regulations and codes for the use
of electrical devices in service stations.
Since HPDE pipe has a higher coefficient of thermal expansion
than reinforced fiberglass pipe, how does the installer(s)
determines the correct length of pipe to cut between two points?
This is not a real issue when installing SMARTFLEX pipes. Just measure the pipe and cut it to
the appropriate length and install it. Although SMARTFLEX has a higher expansion coefficient
than either metal or fiber reinforced materials, its elastic modulus is much lower (from 10 to 200
lower). This means that the load applied to pipe constraints due to thermal expansion/contraction
(in “restraining” installations) and pipe expansion (in “free-supporting” installations) is usually
negligible and lower than the results obtained with the previously mentioned pipes.
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If the barcode reading device fails to read a specific barcode,
how should the installer proceed?
The installer must get an identical fitting and read its barcode in order to continue the welding
process. If the problem persists, contact our Customer Service at +1 281-590-4471 or at
[email protected]
How does the SMARTFLEX piping system react to hydrocarbon
permeability?
SMARTFLEX piping system permeability to petroleum products and alcohol fuels is negligible
and completely in compliance with various international certification requirements. In fact,
SMARTFLEX pipes and fittings are created with special “barrier” materials that assure high
resistance to petroleum products and biofuels.
Is the SMARTFLEX piping system UL971/ULC certified?
Certifications
Yes, it is!
WARNING: This document contains recommendations and information about products manufactured by
NUPIGECO and NUPI AMERICAS (NUPI group) and their installation. It is based on currently available data
and is representative of the product under specified conditions. However, factors such as changes in
environment, application, installation, operating procedure or extrapolation of data may cause different
results.
NUPI AMERICAS DOES NOT ANYHOW GUARANTEES THE ACCURACY, ADEQUACY OR THOROUGHNESS OF
RECOMMENDATIONS OR INFORMATION INCLUDED IN THIS DOCUMENT EITHER IMPLICITLY OR EXPLICITLY.
NUPI AMERICAS neither assumes, nor authorises any representative to assume any obligation,
commitment or liability other than those specifically mentioned. Particular attention is drawn to local
and/or national regulations. The information included herein is subject to change without notice.
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SYSTEMS
11
PIPES & FITTINGS - PRODUCT RANGE
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SINGLE WALL UL 971 LISTED PRODUCT PIPE
TSMAXP50R50
TSMAXP50R75
TSMAXP50B6
TSMAXP50B9
TSMAXP50B10
TSMAXP63R50
TSMAXP63R75
TSMAXP63B6
TSMAXP63B9
TSMAXP63B10
TSMAXP63B12
TSMAXP90B6
TSMAXP90B12
TSMAXP110B6
TSMAXP110B12
S1 max
S min
Dn
CODE
S2 max
COILS, STRAIGHT LENGTHS/STICKS
PackageDn S min S1 max S2 max
CODE
Dn
S0.15
min 0.02 S1 max
TSMAXP32 (ft) 1"
0.02
0.15
0.02
0.02
TSMAXP50
1" 1/2
1"TSMAXP63
½
164 2"
TSMAXP90
3"
1"TSMAXP110
½
246 4"
1" ½
19
1" ½
29
1" ½
35
2”
164
2”
246
2”
19
2”
29
2”
35
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2”
39
3”
19
3”
39
4”
19
4”
39
0.19
0.15
0.26
0.15
0.32
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.19
0.19
ITEM:
0.19
0.19
0.19
0.19
0.26
0.26
0.32
0.32
0.02
0.02
0.02
Weight
lbs./ft
Weight (lbs/ft)
S20.34
max
0.56
0.84
0.02
1.54
0.02
2.19
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0.02
0.02
0.56
coils
0.02
0.02
0.56
coils
0.02
0.02
0.02
0.56
straight lengths (sticks)
0.02
0.02
0.56
straight lengths (sticks)
0.02
0.02
0.56
straight lengths (sticks)
0.02
0.02
0.84
coils
0.02
0.02
0.84
coils
DRAWING No:
SINGLE WALL0.84
UL 971 LISTED
PRODUCT
DESC:0.02
0.02
straight
lengths (sticks)
SM10160
TSMAXP
PIPE - COILS, STRAIGHT
0.02
0.02
0.84
straight lengths (sticks)1 1 0
LENGTHS/STICKS
0.02 All dimensions have0.02
lengths (sticks)
to be considered in inches 0.84
with 5% tolerance if notstraight
otherwise mentioned
0.02
0.02
0.84
straight lengths (sticks)
0.02
0.02
1.54
straight lengths (sticks)
0.02
0.02
1.54
straight lengths (sticks)
0.02
0.02
2.19
straight lengths (sticks)
0.02
0.02
2.19
straight lengths (sticks)
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SINGLE WALL UL 971 LISTED VAPOR/VENT PIPE
CODE
TSMAUXP50R75
TSMAUXP50B6
TSMAUXP63B6
TSMAUXP63B10
TSMAUXP90B6
TSMAUXP110B6
Dn
1" ½
1" ½
2”
2”
3”
4”
S1 max
S min
Dn
COILS, STRAIGHT LENGTHS/STICKS
CODE
Package
TSMAUXP50
TSMAUXP63
(ft)
TSMAUXP90
TSMAUXP110
246
19
19
35
19
19
Dn
1" 1/2
2"
3"
4"
S min
0.15
0.19
0.26
0.32
S min
0.15
0.15
0.19
0.19
0.26
0.32ITEM:
S1 max Weight (lbs/ft)
0.02
0.43
0.02
0.67
0.02
1.30
0.02
1.90
S1 max
0.02
0.02
0.02
0.02
0.02
0.02
TSMAUXP
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Weight
lbs./ft
NOTES
0.43
coils
0.43
straight lengths (sticks)
0.67
straight lengths (sticks)
0.67
straight lengths (sticks)
1.30
straight lengths (sticks)
1.90
lengths
DESC: SINGLE WALL UL 971 straight
LISTED VAPOR
/ (sticks)
DRAWING No:
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LENGTHS/STICKS
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DOUBLE WALL UL 971 LISTED PRODUCT PIPE
CODE
Dn
TSMAXPD50R50
TSMAXPD50R75
TSMAXPD50B6
TSMAXPD50B9
TSMAXPD50B10
TSMAXPD63R50
TSMAXPD63R75
TSMAXPD63B6
TSMAXPD63B9
TSMAXPD63B10
TSMAXPD90B6
TSMAXPD90B12
TSMAXPD110B6
TSMAXPD110B12
1" ½
1" ½
1" ½
1" ½
1" ½
2”
2”
2”
2”
2”
3”
3”
4”
4”
D1
CODE
TSMAXPD3263
TSMAXPD50
TSMAXPD63
TSMAXPD90
TSMAXPD110
S min
S1 max
S2 max
I
Dn
Se min
Sp min
D1
COILS, STRAIGHT LENGTHS/STICKS
Dn
D1
1"
2"
1" 1/2
2"
2"
2" 1/2
3"
5"
4"
5"
Package
(ft)
I
0.48
0.12
0.09
0.47
0.09
S
min
I
2”
164
0.12
2”
246
0.12
2”
19
0.12
2”
29
0.12
2”
35
0.12
2" ½
164
0.09
2" ½
246
0.09
2" ½
19
0.09
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29
0.09
2" ½
35
0.09
5”
19
0.47
5”
39
0.47
5”
19
0.09
5”
39
0.09
S min S1 max S2 max Se min Sp min Weight (lbs/ft)
0.15
0.02
0.02
0.10
0.02
0.77
0.15
0.02
0.02
0.10
0.02
0.99
0.19
0.02
0.02
0.11
0.02
1.41
0.26
0.02
0.02
0.19
0.02
3.00
0.32
0.02
0.02
0.19
0.02
3.65
S1
max
S2
max
Se
min
Sp
min
Weight
lbs./ft
NOTES
0.15
0.02
0.02
0.10
0.02
0.99
coils
0.15
0.02
0.02
0.10
0.02
0.99
coils
0.15
0.02
0.02
0.10
0.02
0.99
straight lengths (sticks)
0.15
0.02
0.02
0.10
0.02
0.99
straight lengths (sticks)
0.15
0.02
0.02
0.10
0.02
0.99
straight lengths (sticks)
0.19
0.02
0.02
0.11
0.02
1.41
coils
DRAWING No:
0.19
0.02
0.02 DESC:
0.11
coils
ITEM:
DOUBLE0.02
WALL UL 1.41
971 LISTED
SM10157
PRODUCT PIPE - COILS, STRAIGHT
TSMAXPD
0.19
0.02
0.02
0.11
0.02
1.41
straight lengths (sticks)
LENGTHS/STICKS
1 1 0
All
dimensions have
to be considered0.02
in inches with 5% tolerance
mentioned
0.19
0.02
0.02
0.11
1.41 if not otherwise
straight
lengths (sticks)
0.19
0.02
0.02
0.11
0.02
1.41
straight lengths (sticks)
0.26
0.02
0.02
0.19
0.02
3.00
straight lengths (sticks)
0.26
0.02
0.02
0.19
0.02
3.00
straight lengths (sticks)
0.32
0.02
0.02
0.19
0.02
3.65
straight lengths (sticks)
0.32
0.02
0.02
0.19
0.02
3.65
straight lengths (sticks)
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DOUBLE WALL UL 971 LISTED VAPOR/VENT PIPE
CODE
TSMAUXPD50R75
TSMAUXPD50B6
TSMAUXPD63B6
TSMAUXPD63B10
TSMAUXPD90B6
TSMAUXPD90B10
Dn
1" ½
1" ½
2”
2”
3”
3”
CODE
TSMAUXPD50
TSMAUXPD63
TSMAUXPD90
Package
(ft)
D1
2”
2”
2" ½
2" ½
5”
5”
246
19
19
35
19
35
S1 max
S min
Dn
I
Sp max
Se min
D1
COILS, STRAIGHT LENGTHS/STICKS
Dn
I1"2"1/2
3"
0.14
0.14
0.11
0.11
0.49
0.49
I S min S1 max Se min Sp max Weight (lbs/ft)
D1
0.02
0.10
0.02
0.86
2" 0.14 0.15
0.02
0.11
0.02
2" 1/2 0.11 0.19
1.24
5" 0.49 0.26
0.02
0.19
0.02
2.76
S
min
S1
max
Se
min
Sp
max
Weight
lbs./ft
NOTES
0.15
0.15
0.19
0.19
0.26
0.26
0.02
0.02
0.02
0.02
0.02
0.02
0.10
0.10
0.11
0.11
0.19
0.19
0.02
0.02
0.02
0.02
0.02
0.02
0.86
0.86
1.24
1.24
2.76
2.76
coils
straight lengths (sticks)
straight lengths (sticks)
straight lengths (sticks)
straight lengths (sticks)
straight lengths (sticks)
ITEM:
TSMAUXPD
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LENGTHS/STICKS
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DRAWING No:
SM10180
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UL 971 LISTED SECONDARY CONTAINMENT PIPE
CODE
TSMAXS63B6
TSMAXS63B9
TSMAXS63B10
TSMAXS75B6
TSMAXS75B9
TSMAXS75B10
TSMAXS75B12
TSMAXS125B6
TSMAXS125B12
S min
S1 max
Dn
STRAIGHT LENGTHS/STICKS
Package
CODE
(ft)
TSMAXS63
Dn
2”
2”
2”
2" ½
2" ½
2" ½
2" ½
5”
5”
TSMAXS75
19
TSMAXS125
Dn
2"
2" 1/2
5"
29
35
19
29
35
39
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SSmin
min
0.10
0.11
0.10
0.19
S1 max
S1 max Weight (lbs/ft)
0.02
0.43
0.02
0.57
0.02
0.02
1.46
Weight
lbs./ft
NOTES
0.43
For 1"½ primary
0.10
0.02
0.43
For 1"½ primary
0.10
0.02
0.43
For 1"½ primary
0.11
0.02
0.57
For 2” primary
0.11
0.02
0.57
For 2” primary
0.11
0.02
0.57
For 2” primary
DRAWING No:
ITEM:
0.11 TSMAXS 0.02DESC: UL 971 LISTED
0.57 SECONDARYFor 2” primary
SM10170
CONTAINMENT PIPE - STRAIGHT
0.19
0.02
1.46
For 3” and 4” primary 1 1 0
LENGTHS/STICKS
All dimensions have to be considered in inches with 5% tolerance if not otherwise mentioned
0.19
0.02
1.46
For 3” and 4” primary
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UL 971 LISTED SECONDARY VAPOR/VENT PIPE
CODE
TSMAUXS63B6
TSMAUXS63B9
TSMAUXS63B10
TSMAUXS75B6
TSMAUXS75B9
TSMAUXS75B10
TSMAUXS75B12
TSMAUXS125B6
TSMAUXS125B12
Dn
S1 max
S min
Dn
STRAIGHT LENGTHS/STICKS
CODE
Package 1"Dn1/2
TSMAUXP50
TSMAUXP63
2"
(ft)
TSMAUXP90
3"
TSMAUXP110
4"
19
2”
2”
29
2”
35
2" ½
19
2" ½
29
2" ½
35
2" ½
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S min S1 max Weight (lbs/ft)
0.15
0.43
S min 0.02
S1
max
0.19
0.02
0.67
0.26
0.02
1.30
0.32
1.90
0.10 0.02
0.02
Weight
lbs./ft
0.43
For 1"½ primary
0.10
0.02
0.43
For 1"½ primary
0.10
0.02
0.43
For 1"½ primary
0.11
0.02
0.57
For 2” primary
0.11
0.02
0.57
For 2” primary
0.11
0.02
0.57
For 2” primary
DRAWING No:
ITEM:
VAPOR
/
0.11
0.02DESC: SINGLE WALL
0.57 UL 971 LISTEDFor
2” primary
SM10162
VENT
PIPE
COILS,
STRAIGHT
TSMAUXP 0.02
0.19
1.46
For 3” and 4” primary 1 1 0
LENGTHS/STICKS
All dimensions
inches with 5% tolerance if not
otherwise
0.19
0.02 have to be considered in1.46
For
3” mentioned
and 4” primary
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SME50
SEBEFM50A
SFLAKA50
1” ½ PRIMARY PIPE SYSTEM
SGE50
SME50
ST50
STE50
SRDEL....
STPCLEL50
SG50
SCE50
D1
Dn
H
COUPLING - ELECTROFUSION - SINGLE WALL
L1
L
CODE
Dn
D1
L1
L
H
SME50
1” ½
2.64
1.65
3.42
3.38
ELBOW 90° - ELECTROFUSION - SINGLE WALL
L
L1
H
Dn
L1
L
H1
H
SGE50
1” ½
1.85
3.03
4.21
3.31
H1
CODE
ELBOW 45° - ELECTROFUSION - SINGLE WALL
H
L
H1
Dn
L1
CODE
Dn
L1
L
H1
H
SCE50
1” ½
1.85
2.48
4.96
3.35
90° TEE - ELECTROFUSION - SINGLE WALL
L
114
H2
H
CODE
Dn
L1
L
H1
H2
H
STE50
1” ½
1.89
3.03
4.41
5.59
3.38
H1
Dn
L1
SAFNP50...NPT
SALM50112NPT
SAMNP50...NPT
SAEFNP50
SALE50
SAFNP50...NPT
SRCPG50NPT
SAMNP50...NPT
SAEFNP50
SALM50112NPT
SRCPG50112NPT
SFLAKA50
SALE50
Dn
D
H1
END CAP - ELECTROFUSION - SINGLE WALL
L1
H
L
CODE
Dn
D
L1
L
H
H1
STPCLEL50
1” ½
2.68
1.83
2.40
3.50
3.38
L
ELBOW 90° - LONG SPIGOT - SINGLE WALL
CODE
Dn
S
L1
L
H
SG50
1” ½
0.18
2.16
3.54
4.61
H
S
Dn
L1
L
90° TEE - LONG SPIGOT - SINGLE WALL
Dn
S
L1
L
H
ST50
1” ½
0.18
2.16
3.54
4.61
H
CODE
END CAP - LONG SPIGOT - SINGLE WALL
L
Dn
L1
S
Dn
S
L1
CODE
Dn
S
L1
L
STPCL50
1” ½
0.18
2.28
2.75
115
CODE
Dn1
Dn2
L1
L2
L
H1
H
SRDEL6350
2”
1” ½
2.24
2.00
4.72
3.94
3.23
SEDEL9050
3”
1” ½
2.83
1.93
5.59
5.26
4.61
Dn1
Dn2
H1
CONCENTRIC REDUCER - ELECTROFUSION - SINGLE WALL
L2
L1
H
L
L2
Dn1
S1
S2
Dn2
CONCENTRIC REDUCER - SPIGOT X SPIGOT - SINGLE WALL
L1
L
CODE
Dn1
Dn2
S1
S2
L1
L2
L
SR6350
2”
1” ½
0.23
0.18
2.36
2.08
5.47
SR9050
3”
1” ½
0.32
0.18
2.79
2.24
5.90
ADAPTERS - SINGLE WALL
CODE
Dn
F
S
D
L
L1
L2
CH
SAFNP50112NPT
1” ½
1” ½
0.18
2.45
4.33
2.44
0.68
2.16
SAFNP502NPT
1” ½
2”
0.18
3.31
4.53
2.44
0.70
2.56
Dn
S
F
D
CH
FEMALE ADAPTER NICKEL PLATED
L2
L1
L
T
USA\Safnp npt
MALE ADAPTER NICKEL PLATED
CH
1.61
1.93
2.16
2.56
2.16
2.56
3.74
3.74
4.72
CODE
Dn
F
S
D
L
L1
L2
CH
SAMNP50112NPT
1” ½
1” ½
0.18
2.76
5.24
2.44
0.72
1.97
SAMNP502NPT
1” ½
2”
0.18
3.27
5.43
2.44
0.75
2.36
Dn
L3 min
0.66
0.68
0.68
0.70
0.68
0.70
1.01
1.01
1.09
S
L2
0.51
0.55
0.59
0.79
0.59
0.79
0.94
0.94
1.22
F
L1
1.85
2.09
2.44
2.44
2.72
2.72
3.42
3.74
3.23
D
L
3.50
3.94
4.33
4.53
4.64
4.80
6.02
6.69
6.53
CH
D
1.97
2.52
2.75
3.31
2.79
3.31
4.68
4.92
5.98
DRAWING No:
DESC: FEMALE ADAPTER NICKEL PLATED SINGLE WALL
L2
SM10143
L1
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L
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L1
1.89
2.44
2.44
2.68
3.42
L2 L3 min
0.55 0.66
0.55 0.72
0.71 0.75
0.71 0.75
0.90 1.20
CH
1.34
1.97
2.36
2.36
3.54
EZ-FIT ADAPTER NICKEL PLATED
Dn
L
4.33
5.24
5.43
5.79
7.12
CODE
Dn
F
S
D
L
L1
L2
SAEFNP50
1” ½
EZ 2”
0.18
3.31
4.21
2.44
0.51
S
F
D
1.97
2.76
3.27
3.27
4.64
D
S
0.12
T 0.18
0.18
0.23
0.32
L2
L1
L
M_SSNPT
DESC: ADAPTER MALE STAINLESS STEEL
(AISI 316)
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D1
S
Dn
LOOSE FLANGE - KIT
Int. A
L1
L
CODE
Dn
S
L
L1
H
Int.A
D1
Holes
SFLAKA50
1” ½
0.18
3.74
2.64
5.00
3.87
0.63
4
H
Dn
S
CH1
F
CH2
UNION THREE PIECE - GALVANISED
L2
L1
L
Dn
F
S
L1
L2
L
CH1
CH2
SRCPG50112NPT
1” ½
1” ½
0.18
2.62
0.68
5.20
2.08
2.87
L3 L4 min L CH1 CH2
0.79 0.68 5.20 2.08 2.87
0.94 0.70 6.18 2.56 3.50
1.18 1.01 7.99 3.74 5.00
RISER MALE
F
Dn
F
S
L1 L2
1 1/2 NPT 0.18 2.62 0.98
2 NPT 0.23 2.95 1.06
3 NPT 0.32 3.94 1.22
S
D
ND
1 1/2
2
3
CODE
L2
DESC: UNION, THREE - PIECE
- GALVANISED L
SINGLE WALL
ITEM:
SRCPG_NPT
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CODE
Dn
F
S
D
L
L1
L2
SALM50112NPT
1” ½
1” ½
0.18
2.36
43.90
39.37
0.72
L1
DRAWING No:
SM10138
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EZ FIT LONG ADAPTER
S
F
Dn
F
S
D
L
L1 L2 min
1 1/2 NPT 0.18 2.36 43.90 39.37 0.72
1 1/2 NPT 0.24 2.87 44.25 39.37 0.72
2 NPT
0.24 2.87 44.49 39.37 0.76
D
ND
1 1/2
2
2
CODE
Dn
F
S
D
L
L1
SALE50
1” ½
EZ 2”
0.18
2.56
22.76
19.68
L1
L
ITEM:
DRAWING No:
DESC: RISER MALE - SINGLE WALL
SALM_NPT
SM10140
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ENTRY BOOT
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PENETRATION FITTINGS FOR SW FIBERGLASS SUMPS - ALUMINIUM FLANGE
D
L
L1
2.56 22.76 19.68
2.87 22.76 19.68
H
F
S
EZ 2 0.18
EZ 2 0.23
Dn
ND
1 1/2
2
ITEM:
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DESC: EZ-FIT LONG ADAPTER - SINGLE WALL
L1
SALE
SM10141
L
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CODE
Dn
L1
L
H
SEBEFM50A
1” ½
6.61
7.89
6.30
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Dn
H
PENETRATION FITTINGS FOR DW FIBERGLASS SUMPS - ALUMINIUM FLANGE
L1
L+x
CODE
Dn
L1
L+x
H
SEBEF50A
1” ½
2.68
13.33+x
6.30
X
Dn
H
MECHANICAL ELECTROFUSION ENTRY BOOT
L1
CODE
Dn
L1
L
X
H
SEBEP50
1” ½
2.68
2.68
0.16 ÷0.63
2.68
L
Dn
4"
L1
9.13
L
X
10.79 0.16 ÷ 0.63
H
8.27
117
SME63
SEBEFM63A
2” PRIMARY PIPE SYSTEM
SGE63
SME63
SRDEL....
STE63
ST63
SCE63
STPCLEL63
SG63
D1
Dn
H
COUPLING - ELECTROFUSION - SINGLE WALL
L1
L
CODE
Dn
D1
L1
L
H
SME63
2”
3.27
1.85
3.82
3.94
ELBOW 90° - ELECTROFUSION - SINGLE WALL
L
L1
H
Dn
L1
L
H1
H
SGE63
2”
2.08
3.64
4.96
3.94
H1
CODE
ELBOW 45° - ELECTROFUSION - SINGLE WALL
H
L
H1
Dn
L1
CODE
Dn
L1
L
H1
H
SCE63
2”
2.12
2.68
5.75
3.94
L
90° TEE - ELECTROFUSION - SINGLE WALL
H
CODE
Dn
Dn1
L1
L2
L3
L
H1
H
STELV63
2”
2”
2.24
1.85
6.50
3.54
8.11
3.90
L2
L3
H1
Dn
L1
Dn1
118
SFLA
AKA63
SAFNP63...NPT
SALM63112NPT
SAMNP632NPT
SAEFNP63
SRCPG632NPT
SAFNP63...NPT
SALE63
SAMNP632NPT
SAEFNP63
SALM63112NPT
SALE63
SFLAKA63
SRCPG632NPT
SEBEP63
Dn
D
H1
END CAP - ELECTROFUSION - SINGLE WALL
L1
L
CODE
Dn
D
L1
L
H
STPCLEL63
2”
3.17
2.05
2.76
3.94
L
ELBOW 90° - LONG SPIGOT - SINGLE WALL
CODE
Dn
S
L1
L
H
SG63
2”
0.23
2.75
4.72
6.06
H
S
Dn
L1
L
90° TEE - LONG SPIGOT - SINGLE WALL
Dn
S
L1
L
H
ST63
2”
0.23
2.75
4.72
6.06
H
CODE
END CAP - LONG SPIGOT - SINGLE WALL
L
Dn
L1
S
Dn
S
L1
CODE
Dn
S
L1
L
STPCL63
2”
0.23
2.68
3.31
119
H1
Dn1
Dn2
L2
L1
H
CODE
Dn1
Dn2
L1
L2
L
H1
H
SRDEL6350
2”
1” ½
2.24
2.00
4.72
3.94
3.23
SEDEL9050
3”
1” ½
2.87
2.56
6.02
5.12
4.41
SEDEL11063
4”
2”
2.56
2.95
6.46
5.90
5.35
L
L2
CODE
Dn1
Dn2
S1
S2
L1
L2
L
SR6350
2”
1” ½
0.23
0.18
2.36
2.08
5.47
SR9050
3”
1” ½
0.32
0.18
2.79
2.24
5.90
SR11063
4”
2”
0.39
0.23
3.23
2.48
6.69
Dn1
S1
S2
Dn2
CONCENTRIC REDUCER - SPIGOT X SPIGOT - SINGLE WALL
L1
L
ADAPTERS - SINGLE WALL
Dn
CODE
Dn
F
S
D
L
L1
L2
CH
SAFNP63112NPT
2”
1” ½
0.23
2.79
4.64
2.72
0.68
2.16
SAFN632NPT
2”
2”
0.23
3.31
4.80
2.72
0.70
2.56
S
F
D
CH
FEMALE ADAPTER NICKEL PLATED
L2
L1
L
L3 min
0.66
0.68
0.68
0.70
0.68
0.70
1.01
1.01
1.09
CH
1.61
1.93
2.16
2.56
2.16
2.56
3.74
3.74
4.72
MALE ADAPTER NICKEL PLATED
Dn
L2
0.51
0.55
0.59
0.79
0.59
0.79
0.94
0.94
1.22
S
L1
1.85
2.09
2.44
2.44
2.72
2.72
3.42
3.74
3.23
CH
L
3.50
3.94
4.33
4.53
4.64
4.80
6.02
6.69
6.53
F
D
1.97
2.52
2.75
3.31
2.79
3.31
4.68
4.92
5.98
D
S
12
14
18
18
23
23
32
39
39
CONCENTRIC REDUCER - ELECTROFUSION - SINGLE WALL
DESC: FEMALE L2
ADAPTER NICKEL PLATED SINGLE WALL
L
_NPT
L1
DRAWING No:
SM10143
SHEET OF
REV.
1 1
-1
ex\POLLICI USA\Safnp npt
CODE
Dn
F
S
D
L
L1
L2
CH
SAMNP632NPT
2”
2”
0.23
3.27
5.79
2.68
0.75
2.36
All dimensions have to be considered in inches with 5% tolerance if not otherwise mentioned
L1
1.89
2.44
2.44
2.68
3.42
L2 L3 min
0.55 0.66
0.55 0.72
0.71 0.75
0.71 0.75
0.90 1.20
EZ-FIT ADAPTER NICKEL PLATED
CH
1.34
1.97
2.36
2.36
3.54
S
L
4.33
5.24
5.43
5.79
7.12
F
D
1.97
2.76
3.27
3.27
4.64
D
S
0.12
PT 0.18
0.18
0.23
0.32
Dn
on. Information on this document are subject to change without notice
L2
L1
L
M_SSNPT
DESC: ADAPTER MALE STAINLESS STEEL
(AISI 316)
orinna\Tabelle\Smartflex\POLLICI USA\Samss
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DRAWING No:
SM10177
SHEET OF
REV.
1 1
0
CODE
Dn
F
S
D
L
L1
L2
SAEFNP63
2”
EZ 2”
0.23
3.31
4.45
2.71
0.51
D1
S
Dn
LOOSE FLANGE - KIT
Int. A
L1
L
CODE
Dn
S
L
L1
H
Int.A
D1
Holes
SFLAKA63
2”
0.23
4.49
2.91
6.00
4.75
0.63
4
H
Dn
S
CH1
F
CH2
UNION THREE PIECE - GALVANISED
L2
L1
L
F
S
L1
L2
L
CH1
CH2
SRCPG632NPT
2”
2”
0.23
2.95
0.70
6.18
2.56
3.50
RISER MALE
F
S
D
Dn
L3 L4 min L CH1 CH2
0.79 0.68 5.20 2.08 2.87
0.94 0.70 6.18 2.56 3.50
1.18 1.01 7.99 3.74 5.00
Dn
F
S
L1 L2
1/2 NPT 0.18 2.62 0.98
2 NPT 0.23 2.95 1.06
3 NPT 0.32 3.94 1.22
CODE
L2
CODE
Dn
F
S
D
L
L1
L2
SALM63112NPT
2”
1” ½
0.24
2.87
44.25
39.37
0.72
L1
EM:
SRCPG_NPT
L
DESC: UNION, THREE - PIECE - GALVANISED SINGLE WALL
DRAWING No:
SM10138
Temp\Disegni\Corinna\Tabelle\Smartflex\POLLICI USA\Srcpg npt
10138.dwg
SHEET OF
REV.
1 1
0
EZ FIT LONG ADAPTER
All dimensions have to be considered in inches with 5% tolerance if not otherwise mentioned
ND
1 1/2
2
2
F
S
D
L
L1 L2 min
1 1/2 NPT 0.18 2.36 43.90 39.37 0.72
1 1/2 NPT 0.24 2.87 44.25 39.37 0.72
2 NPT
0.24 2.87 44.49 39.37 0.76
Dn
S
F
D
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CODE
Dn
F
S
D
L
L1
SALE63
2”
EZ 2”
0.23
2.87
22.76
19.68
L1
L
ITEM:
DRAWING No:
DESC: RISER MALE - SINGLE WALL
SALM_NPT
SM10140
C:\Vault_Temp\Disegni\Corinna\Tabelle\Smartflex\POLLICI USA\Salm npt
pollici\SM10140.dwg
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SHEET OF
REV.
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0
All dimensions have to be considered in inches with 5% tolerance if not otherwise mentioned
PENETRATION FITTINGS FOR SW FIBERGLASS SUMPS - ALUMINIUM FLANGE
ed in anyway, failure todo so will entitle nupigeco to legal action. Information on this document are subject to change without notice
D
L
L1
2.56 22.76 19.68
2.87 22.76 19.68
H
F
S
EZ 2 0.18
EZ 2 0.23
Dn
ND
1 1/2
2
ENTRY BOOT
ITEM:
L1
- SINGLE WALL
DESC: EZ-FIT LONG ADAPTER
SALE
DRAWING No:
SM10141
L
C:\Vault_Temp\Disegni\Corinna\Tabelle\Smartflex\POLLICI USA\Sale
pollici\SM10141.dwg
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SHEET OF
REV.
1 1
0
CODE
Dn
L1
L
H
SEBEFM63A
2”
4.42
5.27
5.90
All dimensions have to be considered in inches with 5% tolerance if not otherwise mentioned
PENETRATION FITTINGS FOR DW FIBERGLASS SUMPS - ALUMINIUM FLANGE
Dn
H
oduced in anyway, failure todo so will entitle nupigeco to legal action. Information on this document are subject to change without notice
L1
CODE
Dn
L1
L+x
H
SEBEF63A
2”
4.43
8.94+x
6.30
L+x
X
Dn
H
MECHANICAL ELECTROFUSION ENTRY BOOT
L1
CODE
Dn
L1
L
X
H
SEBEP63
2”
4.49
6.82
0.16 ÷ 0.63
5.91
L
Dn
4"
L1
9.13
L
X
10.79 0.16 ÷ 0.63
H
8.27
121
SMEN90
SEBEFM90A
3” PRIMARY PIPE SYSTEM
SGE90
SMEN90
STE90
ST90
SRDEL....
SCE90
STPCLEL90
SG90
D1
Dn
H
COUPLING - ELECTROFUSION - SINGLE WALL
L1
L
CODE
Dn
D1
L1
L
H
SMEN90
3”
4.45
2.83
5.71
5.04
L
L1
ELBOW 90° - ELECTROFUSION - SINGLE WALL
H
Dn
L1
L
H1
H
SGE90
3”
2.68
4.72
6.85
5.20
H1
CODE
H
L
ELBOW 45° - ELECTROFUSION - SINGLE WALL
H1
Dn
L1
CODE
Dn
L1
L
H1
H
SCE90
3”
2.64
3.82
8.62
5.20
L
122
90° TEE - ELECTROFUSION - SINGLE WALL
H
CODE
Dn
L1
L
H1
H
STE90
3”
2.68
4.72
7.16
5.27
H1
Dn
L1
SFLAKA90
SAFNP903NPT
SAMNP903NPT
SAEFNP90
SAMNP903NPT
SAEFNP90
SRCPG903NPT
SFLAKA90
SAFNP903NPT
SRCPG903NPT
SEBEP90
Dn
D
H1
END CAP - ELECTROFUSION - SINGLE WALL
L1
L
CODE
Dn
D
L1
L
H
STPCLEL90
3”
4.45
2.83
7.09
5.12
L
ELBOW 90° - LONG SPIGOT - SINGLE WALL
CODE
Dn
S
L1
L
H
SG90
3”
0.32
3.50
5.75
7.72
H
S
Dn
L1
L
90° TEE - LONG SPIGOT - SINGLE WALL
Dn
S
L1
L
H
ST90
3”
0.32
3.50
5.75
7.72
H
CODE
END CAP - LONG SPIGOT - SINGLE WALL
L
Dn
L1
S
Dn
S
L1
CODE
Dn
S
L1
L
STPCL90
3”
0.32
3.27
4.05
123
H1
Dn1
Dn2
L2
L1
H
CODE
Dn1
Dn2
L1
L2
L
H1
H
SRDEL9050
3”
1” ½
2.83
1.93
5.59
5.26
4.61
SEDEL9063
3”
2”
2.87
2.56
6.02
5.12
4.41
SEDEL11090
4”
3”
2.71
3.15
6.38
5.94
5.35
L
L2
Dn1
S1
S2
Dn2
CONCENTRIC REDUCER - SPIGOT X SPIGOT - SINGLE WALL
L1
L
CODE
Dn1
Dn2
S1
S2
L1
L2
L
SR9050
3”
1” ½
0.32
0.18
2.79
2.24
5.90
SR9063
3”
2”
0.32
0.23
2.83
2.20
5.90
SR11090
4”
3”
0.39
0.32
3.07
2.71
6.69
ADAPTERS - SINGLE WALL
Dn
CODE
Dn
F
S
D
L
L1
L2
CH
SAFNP903NPT
3”
3"
0.32
4.68
6.02
3.42
1.01
3.74
S
F
D
CH
FEMALE ADAPTER NICKEL PLATED
L2
L1
L
MALE ADAPTER NICKEL PLATED
Dn
CH
1.61
1.93
2.16
2.56
2.16
2.56
3.74
3.74
4.72
CODE
Dn
F
S
D
L
L1
L2
CH
SAMNP903NPT
3”
3”
0.32
4.64
7.12
3.42
1.20
3.54
S
L2 L3 min
0.51 0.66
0.55 0.68
0.59 0.68
0.79 0.70
0.59 0.68
0.79 0.70
0.94 1.01
0.94 L21.01
1.22 1.09
L1
L
DESC: FEMALE ADAPTER NICKEL PLATED SINGLE WALL
S
D
L
L1 L2 L3 min CH
0.12All dimensions
1.97 have
4.33
0.66
1.34
to be 1.89
considered0.55
in inches with
5% tolerance
if not otherwise mentioned
Ton. Information
0.18 on this
2.76
5.24 2.44 0.55 0.72 1.97
document are subject to change without notice
0.18 3.27 5.43 2.44 0.71 0.75 2.36
0.23 3.27 5.79 2.68 0.71 0.75 2.36
0.32 4.64 7.12 3.42 0.90 1.20 3.54
_NPT
EZ-FIT ADAPTER NICKEL PLATED
SM10143
SHEET OF
REV.
1 1
-1
L2
S
F
D
ex\POLLICI USA\Safnp npt
DRAWING No:
Dn
L1
1.85
2.09
2.44
2.44
2.72
2.72
3.42
3.74
3.23
F
L
3.50
3.94
4.33
4.53
4.64
4.80
6.02
6.69
6.53
D
D
1.97
2.52
2.75
3.31
2.79
3.31
4.68
4.92
5.98
CH
S
12
14
18
18
23
23
32
39
39
CONCENTRIC REDUCER - ELECTROFUSION - SINGLE WALL
L1
L
DESC: ADAPTER MALE STAINLESS STEEL
(AISI 316)
M_SSNPT
a\Tabelle\Smartflex\POLLICI USA\Samss
All dimensions have to be considered in inches with 5% tolerance if not otherwise mentioned
o to legal action. Information on this document are subject to change without notice
124
DRAWING No:
SM10177
SHEET OF
REV.
1 1
0
CODE
Dn
F
S
D
L
L1
L2
SAEFNP90
3”
EZ 3”
0.32
4.68
5.75
3.42
0.75
CODE
Dn
S
L
L1
H
Int.A
D1
Holes
SFLAKA90
3”
0.32
5.83
3.94
7.50
6.00
0.63
4
D1
S
Dn
LOOSE FLANGE - KIT
Int. A
L1
L
H
Dn
S
CH1
F
CH2
UNION THREE PIECE - GALVANISED
L2
L1
L
ND
1 1/2
2
3
F
S
L1 L2
1 1/2 NPT 0.18 2.62 0.98
2 NPT 0.23 2.95 1.06
3 NPT 0.32 3.94 1.22
L3 L4 min L CH1 CH2
0.79 0.68 5.20 2.08 2.87
0.94 0.70 6.18 2.56 3.50
1.18 1.01 7.99 3.74 5.00
CODE
Dn
F
S
L1
L2
L
CH1
CH2
SRCPG903NPT
3”
3”
0.32
3.94
1.01
7.99
3.74
5.00
ENTRY BOOT
Dn
H
PENETRATION FITTINGS FOR SW FIBERGLASS SUMPS - ALUMINIUM FLANGE
ITEM:
DRAWING No:
DESC: UNION, THREE - PIECE - GALVANISED SINGLE WALL
SRCPG_NPT
SM10138
C:\Vault_Temp\Disegni\Corinna\Tabelle\Smartflex\POLLICI USA\Srcpg npt
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L1
nyway, failure todo so will entitle nupigeco to legal action. Information on this document are subject to change without notice
L
SHEET OF
REV.
1 1
0
CODE
Dn
L1
L
H
SEBEFM90A
3”
7.74
8.70
8.66
Dn
H
PENETRATION FITTINGS FOR DW FIBERGLASS SUMPS - ALUMINIUM FLANGE
L1
CODE
Dn
L1
L+x
H
SEBEF90A
3”
7.74
15.55+x
7.87
L+x
X
Dn
H
MECHANICAL ELECTROFUSION ENTRY BOOT
L1
L
Dn
4"
nupigeco.com
L1
9.13
L
X
10.79 0.16 ÷ 0.63
ITEM:
Dn
L1
L
X
H
SEBEP90
3”
8.98
10.63
0.16 ÷0.63
8.27
H
8.27
DESC: PENETRATION FITTING - DUCT HDPE
SYSTEM
SEBEP110
CODE
C:\Vault_Temp\Disegni\Corinna\Tabelle\Smartflex\POLLICI USA\Sebep
pollici\SM10229.dwg
DRAWING No:
SM10229
SHEET OF
REV.
1 1
-1
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duced in anyway, failure todo so will entitle nupigeco to legal action. Information on this document are subject to change without notice
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SMEN110
SEBEFM110A
SAMNP1104NPT
4” PRIMARY PIPE SYSTEM
SGE110
STE110
ST110
SRDEL....
SMEN110
SCE110
STPCLEL110
SG50
D1
Dn
H
COUPLING - ELECTROFUSION - SINGLE WALL
L1
L
CODE
Dn
D1
L1
L
H
SMEN110
4”
5.27
3.03
6.10
5.90
L
L1
ELBOW 90° - ELECTROFUSION - SINGLE WALL
H
Dn
L1
L
H1
H
SGE110
4”
3.19
5.51
8.07
5.98
H1
CODE
H
L
ELBOW 45° - ELECTROFUSION - SINGLE WALL
H1
Dn
L1
CODE
Dn
L1
L
H1
H
SCE110
4”
3.19
4.21
9.80
5.98
L
126
90° TEE - ELECTROFUSION - SINGLE WALL
H
CODE
Dn
L1
L
H1
H
STE110
4”
3.27
5.67
8.42
6.06
H1
Dn
L1
SAFNP110.NPT
SFLAKA110
SAMNP1104NPT
SAFNP110.NPT
SFLAKA110
SEBEP110
Dn
D
H1
END CAP - ELECTROFUSION - SINGLE WALL
L1
L
CODE
Dn
D
L1
L
H
STPCLEL110
4”
5.35
3.01
7.68
5.67
L
ELBOW 90° - LONG SPIGOT - SINGLE WALL
CODE
Dn
S
L1
L
H
SG110
4”
0.39
3.39
6.02
8.35
H
S
Dn
L1
L
90° TEE - LONG SPIGOT - SINGLE WALL
Dn
S
L1
L
H
ST110
4”
0.39
3.39
6.02
8.35
H
CODE
END CAP - LONG SPIGOT - SINGLE WALL
L
Dn
L1
S
Dn
S
L1
CODE
Dn
S
L1
L
STPCL110
4”
0.39
3.42
4.53
127
H1
CODE
Dn1
Dn2
L1
L2
L
H1
H
SRDEL11063
4”
2"
2.56
2.95
6.46
5.90
5.35
SEDEL11090
4”
3”
2.71
3.15
6.38
5.94
5.35
Dn1
Dn2
L2
L1
H
L
L2
CODE
Dn1
Dn2
S1
S2
L1
L2
L
SR11063
4”
2"
0.39
0.23
3.23
2.48
6.69
SR11090
4”
3”
0.39
0.32
3.07
2.71
6.69
Dn1
S1
S2
Dn2
CONCENTRIC REDUCER - SPIGOT X SPIGOT - SINGLE WALL
L1
L
ADAPTERS - SINGLE WALL
L2
L1
L
Dn
F
S
D
L
L1
L2
CH
SAFNP1103NPT
4”
3"
0.39
4.92
6.69
3.74
1.01
3.74
SAFNP1104NPT
4”
4”
0.39
5.98
6.53
3.23
1.09
4.72
L2 L3 min
0.51 0.66
0.55 0.68
0.59 0.68
0.79 0.70
0.59 0.68
0.79 0.70
0.94 1.01
0.94 L21.01
1.22 1.09
MALE ADAPTER NICKEL PLATED
Dn
CH
1.61
1.93
2.16
2.56
2.16
2.56
3.74
3.74
4.72
CODE
Dn
F
S
D
L
L1
L2
CH
SAMNP1104NPT
4”
4”
0.39
5.98
7.99
3.23
1.30
4.53
S
L1
1.85
2.09
2.44
2.44
2.72
2.72
3.42
3.74
3.23
F
L
3.50
3.94
4.33
4.53
4.64
4.80
6.02
6.69
6.53
D
D
1.97
2.52
2.75
3.31
2.79
3.31
4.68
4.92
5.98
CODE
Dn
S
F
D
CH
FEMALE ADAPTER NICKEL PLATED
CH
S
0.12
0.14
0.18
0.18
0.23
0.23
0.32
0.39
0.39
CONCENTRIC REDUCER - ELECTROFUSION - SINGLE WALL
L1
L
DRAWING No:
DESC: FEMALE ADAPTER NICKEL PLATED SINGLE WALL
S
D
L
L1 L2 L3 min CH
0.12All dimensions
1.97 have
4.33
0.66
1.34
to be 1.89
considered0.55
in inches with
5% tolerance
if not otherwise mentioned
T
0.18
2.76
5.24
0.55 0.72 1.97
2.44
ction. Information on this document are subject to change without notice
0.18 3.27 5.43 2.44 0.71 0.75 2.36
0.23 3.27 5.79 2.68 0.71 0.75 2.36
0.32 4.64 7.12 3.42 0.90 1.20 3.54
_NPT
SM10143
SHEET OF
REV.
1 1
-1
LOOSE FLANGE - KIT
CODE
Dn
S
L
L1
H
Int.A
D1
Holes
SFLAKA110
4"
0.39
5.79
3.90
9.00
7.49
0.63
8
D1
S
Dn
artflex\POLLICI USA\Safnp npt
L1
L
M_SSNPT
Int. A
H
DESC: ADAPTER MALE STAINLESS STEEL
(AISI 316)
nna\Tabelle\Smartflex\POLLICI USA\Samss
All dimensions have to be considered in inches with 5% tolerance if not otherwise mentioned
eco to legal action. Information on this document are subject to change without notice
128
DRAWING No:
SM10177
SHEET OF
REV.
1 1
0
ENTRY BOOT
Dn
H
PENETRATION FITTINGS FOR SW FIBERGLASS SUMPS - ALUMINIUM FLANGE
L1
L
CODE
Dn
L1
L
H
SEBEFM110A
4”
7.91
8.90
8.66
Dn
H
PENETRATION FITTINGS FOR DW FIBERGLASS SUMPS - ALUMINIUM FLANGE
L1
CODE
Dn
L1
L+x
H
SEBEF110A
3”
7.91
15.94+x
7.87
L+x
X
Dn
H
MECHANICAL ELECTROFUSION ENTRY BOOT
L1
L
Dn
4"
upigeco.com
L1
9.13
L
X
10.79 0.16 ÷ 0.63
ITEM:
Dn
L1
L
X
H
SEBEP110
4”
9.13
10.79
0.16 ÷0.63
8.27
H
8.27
DESC: PENETRATION FITTING - DUCT HDPE
SYSTEM
SEBEP110
CODE
C:\Vault_Temp\Disegni\Corinna\Tabelle\Smartflex\POLLICI USA\Sebep
pollici\SM10229.dwg
DRAWING No:
SM10229
SHEET OF
REV.
1 1
-1
All dimensions have to be considered in inches with 5% tolerance if not otherwise mentioned
uced in anyway, failure todo so will entitle nupigeco to legal action. Information on this document are subject to change without notice
129
1” ½ SECONDARY
CONTAINED PIPE
SFLAKA50
SETFCV50
SEBEFM63A
SGEDW50
SMEDW50
STEDW50
SRDW....
SCEDW50
COAXIAL COUPLING - ELECTROFUSION - DOUBLE WALL
L
L
L
L2
L1
L2
L
H1
H
SMEDW50
1” ½
2"
3.03
1.89
12.17
5.12
4.49
H1
L
L2
Dn
D1
L1
L2
L
H1
H
SGEDW50
1” ½
2"
3.03
1.89
6.06
8.31
4.92
CODE
Dn
D1
L1
L2
L
H1
H
SCEDW50
1” ½
2"
3.03
1.89
3.06
7.64
4.88
COAXIAL EQUAL TEE - ELECTROFUSION - DOUBLE WALL
H
H1
Dn
L1
CODE
COAXIAL 45° ELBOW - ELECTROFUSION - DOUBLE WALL
H
Dn
D1
D1
COAXIAL 90° ELBOW - ELECTROFUSION - DOUBLE WALL
L
L
L1
D1
Dn
L
L
130
CODE
CODE
Dn
D1
L1
L2
L
H1
H
STEDW50
1” ½
2"
3.03
1.89
6.06
8.31
4.88
SAFNP50...NPT
SAMNP50...NPT
SADWEL50
SAEFNP50
SAWFDNP50112NPT
SADWM50112NPT
SRCPG50NPT
SADWE50
SALM50112NPT
SAEWFNP50
SALE50
SEBEP63
H1
Dn
L1
L2
H
L
L
H
H1
Dn
D1
L2
L
L2
D1
L1
L2
L
H1
H
SMEDWTP50
1” ½
2"
3.03
1.89
12.17
5.12
4.49
CODE
Dn
D1
L1
L2
L
H1
H
SGEDWTP50
1” ½
2"
3.03
1.89
6.06
8.31
4.92
CODE
Dn
D1
L1
L2
L
H1
H
SCEDWTP50
1” ½
2"
3.03
1.89
3.06
7.64
4.88
COAXIAL EQUAL TEE WITH TEST PORT - ELECTROFUSION - DOUBLE WALL
H
H1
D1
L1
Dn
COAXIAL 45° ELBOW WITH TEST PORT - ELECTROFUSION - DOUBLE WALL
L
L1
CODE
COAXIAL 90° ELBOW WITH TEST PORT - ELECTROFUSION - DOUBLE WALL
H
H1
D1
L2
Dn
L1
Dn
D1
COAXIAL COUPLING WITH TEST PORT - ELECTROFUSION - DOUBLE WALL
CODE
Dn
D1
L1
L2
L
H1
H
STEDWTP50
1” ½
2"
3.03
1.89
6.06
8.31
4.88
131
L
D2
1.57
2.48
2.48
2.95
2.95
sd1
0.18
0.22
0.32
0.32
0.39
sd2
0.12
0.18
0.18
0.22
0.22
SD1
0.22
0.18
0.29
0.29
0.29
SD2
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.20
0.20
L1
2.24
3.54
2.87
2.87
3.35
L2
7.52
3.31
3.27
3.34
3.34
L
15.47
12.36
13.43
13.90
17.13
Lc1
2.29
2.60
3.43
3.58
3.58
D1
Lc2
1.85
1.73
2.17
2.36
2.36
ITEM:
Dn2
DESC: COAXIAL REDUCER - SPIGOT X SPIGOT
SRDW
L2
C:\Vault_Temp\Disegni\Corinna\Tabelle\Smartflex\POLLICI USA\Srdw
pollici\SM10209.dwg
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Dn1
Dn2
D1
D2
L1
L2
L
SRDW6350
2”
1” ½
2.95
2.48
3.54
3.31
12.36
SRDW9050
3”
1” ½
4.92
2.48
2.87
3.27
13.43
CODE
Dn1
Dn2
L1
L2
L3
L
H1
H
SETFC50
1” ½
2”
1.77
1.67
3.40
5.32
3.86
3.15
DRAWING No:
H
SM10209
L3
L1
CODE
TERMINATION FITTING ELECTROFUSION
H1
D1
2.48
2.95
4.92
4.92
4.92
Dn1
D2
ND2
1
1 1/2
1 1/2
2
2
L1
Dn2
L2
Dn1
1
2
COAXIAL REDUCER - SPIGOT X SPIGOT - DOUBLE WALL
SHEET OF
REV.
1 3
-1
L
All dimensions have to be considered in inches with 5% tolerance if not otherwise mentioned
ed in anyway, failure todo so will entitle nupigeco to legal action. Information on this document are subject to change without notice
L1
37
45
45
69
ITEM:
L3
L
H1
95
136
74
86,5 136
98
86,5 136 110
134 207,5 168
L2
48
42,5
42,5
65,5
SETFC
L1
L2
H
FITTING ELECTROFUSION DESC: TERMINATION
L3
DRAWING No:
SM10173
DOUBLE WALL
LRACCORDO TERMINALE
ELETTROSALDABILE - DOPPIA PARETE
C:\Vault_Temp\Disegni\Corinna\Tabelle\Smartflex\Setfc\SM10173.dwg
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H
55
80
92
156
Dn2
Dn2
40
63
75
125
Dn1
1
2
0
3
0
H1
TERMINATION FITTING WITH TEST PORT ELECTROFUSION
SHEET OF
REV.
1 1
-1
Dn1
Dn2
L1
L2
L3
L
H1
H
SETFCV50
1” ½
2”
1.77
1.67
3.40
5.32
3.86
3.80
All dimensions have to be considered in millimeters with 5% tolerance if not otherwise mentioned
n anyway, failure todo so will entitle nupigeco to legal action. Information on this document are subject to change without notice
ITEM:
L1
37
45
45
69
L3
L
H1
95
136
74
86,5 136
98
86,5 136 110
134 207,5 168
L2
48
42,5
42,5
65,5
PENETRATION FITTINGS FOR SW FIBERGLASS SUMPS - ALUMINIUM FLANGE
DESC: TERMINATION FITTING WITH TEST PORT
SETFCV
DRAWING No:
SM10174
ELECTROFUSION - DOUBLE WALL
RACCORDO TERMINALE ELETTROSALDABILE
DOPPIA PARETE CON VALVOLA DI PROVA PER TEST
IN PRESSIONE
C:\Vault_Temp\Disegni\Corinna\Tabelle\Smartflex\Setfcv\SM10174.dwg
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H
75
96,5
108
172,5
H
Dn2
40
63
75
125
ENTRY BOOT
Dn
n1
32
50
63
10
CODE
SHEET OF
REV.
1 1
-1
CODE
Dn
L1
L
H
SEBEFM63A
2”
4.42
5.27
5.90
All dimensions have to be considered in millimeters with 5% tolerance if not otherwise mentioned
n anyway, failure todo so will entitle nupigeco to legal action. Information on this document are subject to change without notice
L1
L
Dn
H
PENETRATION FITTINGS FOR DW FIBERGLASS SUMPS - ALUMINIUM FLANGE
L1
CODE
Dn
L1
L+x
H
SEBEF63A
2”
4.43
8.94+x
6.30
L+x
X
Dn
H
MECHANICAL ELECTROFUSION ENTRY BOOT
L1
L
L1
9.13
L
X
10.79 0.16 ÷ 0.63
EM:
H
8.27
DESC: PENETRATION FITTING - DUCT HDPE
SYSTEM
SEBEP110
ult_Temp\Disegni\Corinna\Tabelle\Smartflex\POLLICI USA\Sebep
\SM10229.dwg
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132
so will entitle nupigeco to legal action. Information on this document are subject to change without notice
DRAWING No:
SM10229
SHEET OF
REV.
1 1
-1
CODE
Dn
L1
L
X
H
SEBEP63
2”
4.49
6.82
0.16 ÷0.63
5.91
ADAPTERS DOUBLE WALL
Dn
S
F
CH
D
FEMALE ADAPTER FOR COAXIAL FITTINGS NICKEL PLATED
L2
L1
L
L
7.36
8.27
9.57
13.46
L1 L2 L3 min
3.11 2.48 0.68
3.54 2.76 0.70
2.87 1.02
6.50 3.74 1.09
CH
2.16
2.56
3.74
4.72
S
L2
L1
L
ND
F
D1
D
S
L
L1
L2
L3
FOR COAXIAL
50 ITEM:
1 1/2
EZ 2 2.48 3.54DESC:
0.18 FEMALE
6.77 3.11ADAPTER
2.48
0.51
- DOUBLE
63
2
EZ 2 2.95 3.54 0.23 FITTINGS
7.48 3.54 NICKEL
2.76 PLATED
0.51
90 C:\Vault_Temp\Disegni\Corinna\Tabelle\Smartflex\POLLICI
3
EZ 3 4.92USA\Sawfdnp
4.92 0.32 WALL
9.37 2.91
5.75
0.74
SHEET OF
REV.
1 1
0
Dn2
Dn1
F
D
All dimensions have to be considered in inches with 5% tolerance if not otherwise mentioned
lure todo so will entitle nupigeco to legal action. Information on this document are subject to change without notice
SAEWFNP
C:\Vault_Temp\Disegni\Corinna\Tabelle\Smartflex\POLLICI USA\Saewfnp
pollici\SM10208.dwg
m - [email protected]
S
L
L1
L2
CH
SAWFDNP50112NPT
1” ½
1” ½
2.95
0.18
7.36
3.11
0.68
2.16
CODE
Dn
F
D1
D
S
L
L1
L2
SAEWFNP50
1” ½
EZ 2”
2.48
3.54
0.18
6.77
3.11
0.51
RISER MALE
CODE
Dn1
Dn2
F
D
L
L1
L2
SADWM50112NPT
1” ½
2"
1” ½
2.83
25.20
20.28
0.72
L1
L
ITEM:
D
SM10206
npt pollici\SM10206.dwg
L2 min
F
DRAWING No:
SAWFDNP_NPT
m
Dn
ADAPTER EZ-FIT FOR COAXIAL FITTINGS NICKEL PLATED
Dn
S
0.18
0.23
0.32
0.39
D1
D
2.95
3.54
4.92
6.02
F
D1
2.48
2.95
4.92
4.92
D
ND
F
1 1/2 1 1/2 NPT
2
2 NPT
3
3 NPT
4
4 NPT
CODE
DRAWING No:
DESC: ADAPTER EZ-FIT FOR COAXIAL
FITTINGS NICKEL PLATED - DOUBLE
WALL
SM10208
SHEET OF
REV.
1 2
0
EZ FIT RISER
All dimensions have to be considered in inches with 5% tolerance if not otherwise mentioned
L2
Dn2
Dn1
F
D
nnot be reproduced in anyway, failure todo so will entitle nupigeco to legal action. Information on this document are subject to change without notice
CODE
Dn1
Dn2
F
D
L
L1
L2
SADWE50
1” ½
2"
EZ 2"
2.87
22.74
19.69
0.51
L1
L
L2
Dn2
Dn1
F
D
EZ FIT LONG RISER
L1
L
CODE
Dn1
Dn2
F
D
L
L1
L2
SADWEL50
1” ½
2"
EZ 2"
2.87
42.81
39.37
0.51
H
Dn1
L2
Dn2
F
D
EZ FIT RISER WITH TEST PORT
CODE
Dn1
Dn2
F
D
L
L1
L2
H
SADWETP50
1” ½
2"
EZ 2"
2.87
23.13
19.69
0.51
3.80
L1
L
H
Dn1
L2
Dn2
F
D
EZ FIT LONG RISER WITH TEST PORT
CODE
Dn1
Dn2
F
D
L
L1
L2
H
SADWELTP50
1” ½
2"
EZ 2"
2.87
42.81
39.37
0.51
3.80
L1
L
133
SETFCV63
SEBEFM75A
2” SECONDARY
CONTAINED PIPE IN SW
SAMNP632NPT
SGEDW63
SMEDW63
STEDW63
SRDW....
SCEDW63
COAXIAL COUPLING - ELECTROFUSION - DOUBLE WALL
L
L
L
L2
L1
L2
L
H1
H
SMEDW63
2"
2" ½
3.46
2.13
14.13
5.91
5.31
H1
L
L2
Dn
D1
L1
L2
L
H1
H
SGEDW63
2"
2" ½
3.46
2.13
7.05
9.72
5.63
CODE
Dn
D1
L1
L2
L
H1
H
SCEDW63
2"
2" ½
3.50
2.13
7.09
8.94
5.91
COAXIAL EQUAL TEE - ELECTROFUSION - DOUBLE WALL
H
H1
Dn
L1
CODE
COAXIAL 45° ELBOW - ELECTROFUSION - DOUBLE WALL
H
Dn
D1
D1
COAXIAL 90° ELBOW - ELECTROFUSION - DOUBLE WALL
L
L
L1
D1
Dn
L
L
134
CODE
CODE
Dn
D1
L1
L2
L
H1
H
STEDW63
2"
2" ½
3.46
2.13
7.05
9.72
5.63
SAFNP63...NPT
SRCPG632NPT
SAEFNP63
SALM63112NPT
SAMNP632NPT
SFLAKA63
SAEFNP63
SALM63112NPT
SALE63
SRCPG632NPT
SFLAKA63
SALE63
SAFNP62...NPT
SEBEP75
H1
Dn
L1
L2
H
L
L
H
H1
Dn
D1
L2
L
L2
D1
L1
L2
L
H1
H
SMEDWTP63
2"
2" ½
3.46
2.13
14.13
5.91
5.31
CODE
Dn
D1
L1
L2
L
H1
H
SGEDWTP63
2"
2" ½
3.46
2.13
7.05
9.72
5.63
CODE
Dn
D1
L1
L2
L
H1
H
SCEDWTP63
2"
2" ½
3.50
2.13
7.09
8.94
5.91
COAXIAL EQUAL TEE WITH TEST PORT- ELECTROFUSION - DOUBLE WALL
H
H1
D1
L1
Dn
COAXIAL 45° ELBOW WITH TEST PORT- ELECTROFUSION - DOUBLE WALL
L
L1
CODE
COAXIAL 90° ELBOW WITH TEST PORT- ELECTROFUSION - DOUBLE WALL
H
H1
D1
L2
Dn
L1
Dn
D1
COAXIAL COUPLING WITH TEST PORT- ELECTROFUSION - DOUBLE WALL
CODE
Dn
D1
L1
L2
L
H1
H
STEDWTP63
2"
2" ½
3.46
2.13
7.05
9.72
5.63
135
SETFCV63
SEBEFM75A
2” SECONDARY
CONTAINED PIPE IN DW
SAFNP63...NPT
SGEDW63
SMEDW63
STEDW63
SRDW....
SCEDW63
COAXIAL COUPLING - ELECTROFUSION - DOUBLE WALL
L
L
L
L2
L1
L2
L
H1
H
SMEDW63
2"
2" ½
3.46
2.13
14.13
5.91
5.31
H1
L
L2
Dn
D1
L1
L2
L
H1
H
SGEDW63
2"
2" ½
3.46
2.13
7.05
9.72
5.63
CODE
Dn
D1
L1
L2
L
H1
H
SCEDW63
2"
2" ½
3.50
2.13
7.09
8.94
5.91
COAXIAL EQUAL TEE - ELECTROFUSION - DOUBLE WALL
H
H1
Dn
L1
CODE
COAXIAL 45° ELBOW - ELECTROFUSION - DOUBLE WALL
H
Dn
D1
D1
COAXIAL 90° ELBOW - ELECTROFUSION - DOUBLE WALL
L
L
L1
D1
Dn
L
L
136
CODE
CODE
Dn
D1
L1
L2
L
H1
H
STEDW63
2"
2" ½
3.46
2.13
7.05
9.72
5.63
SAMNP632NPT
SAWFDNP632NPT
SAEWFNP632
SADWM63112NPT
SADWE63
SADWEL63
SADWMLTP632NPT
SAEFNP63
SRCPG632NPT
SFLAKA63
SALM63112NPT
SALE63
SEBEP75
H1
Dn
L1
L2
H
L
L
H
H1
Dn
D1
L2
L
L2
D1
L1
L2
L
H1
H
SMEDWTP63
2"
2" ½
3.46
2.13
14.13
5.91
5.31
CODE
Dn
D1
L1
L2
L
H1
H
SGEDWTP63
2"
2" ½
3.46
2.13
7.05
9.72
5.63
CODE
Dn
D1
L1
L2
L
H1
H
SCEDWTP63
2"
2" ½
3.50
2.13
7.09
8.94
5.91
COAXIAL EQUAL TEE WITH TEST PORT - ELECTROFUSION - DOUBLE WALL
H
H1
D1
L1
Dn
COAXIAL 45° ELBOW WITH TEST PORT - ELECTROFUSION - DOUBLE WALL
L
L1
CODE
COAXIAL 90° ELBOW WITH TEST PORT - ELECTROFUSION - DOUBLE WALL
H
H1
D1
L2
Dn
L1
Dn
D1
COAXIAL COUPLING WITH TEST PORT - ELECTROFUSION - DOUBLE WALL
CODE
Dn
D1
L1
L2
L
H1
H
STEDWTP63
2"
2" ½
3.46
2.13
7.05
9.72
5.63
137
COAXIAL REDUCER - SPIGOT X SPIGOT - DOUBLE WALL
CODE
Dn1
Dn2
D1
D2
L1
L2
L
SRDW6350
2”
1” ½
2.95
2.48
3.54
3.31
12.36
SRDW9063
3”
2"
4.92
2.95
2.87
3.34
13.90
SRDW11063
4”
2”
4.92
2.95
3.35
3.34
17.13
L
ND2
1
1 1/2
1 1/2
2
2
D1
2.48
2.95
4.92
4.92
4.92
D2
1.57
2.48
2.48
2.95
2.95
sd1
0.18
0.22
0.32
0.32
0.39
sd2
0.12
0.18
0.18
0.22
0.22
SD1
0.22
0.18
0.29
0.29
0.29
SD2
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.20
0.20
L1
2.24
3.54
2.87
2.87
3.35
L2
7.52
3.31
3.27
3.34
3.34
L
15.47
12.36
13.43
13.90
17.13
Lc1
2.29
2.60
3.43
3.58
3.58
D1
Dn1
D2
D1
1/2
2
3
3
4
L1
Dn2
L2
Lc2
1.85
1.73
2.17
2.36
2.36
Dn2
Dn1
H1
REDUCER ELECTROFUSION - DOUBLE WALL
ITEM:
DRAWING No:
DESC: COAXIAL REDUCER - SPIGOT X SPIGOT
SRDW
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H mentioned
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CODE
Dn1
Dn2
L1
L2
L
H1
H
SRDWE9063
3”
2”
1.87
1.32
3.58
5.12
4.51
SM10209
SHEET OF
L
oduced in anyway, failure todo so will entitle nupigeco to legal action. Information on this document are subject to change without notice
Dn1
Dn2
H1
REDUCER ELECTROFUSION WITH TEST PORT - DOUBLE WALL
L1
L2
H
L
CODE
Dn1
Dn2
L1
L2
L
H1
H
SRDWETP9063
3”
2”
1.87
1.32
3.58
5.12
4.51
Dn2
Dn1
H1
TERMINATION FITTING ELECTROFUSION
L2
H
L3
L1
L
CODE
Dn1
Dn2
L1
L2
L3
L
H1
H
SETFC63
2”
2" ½
1.77
1.67
3.40
5.32
4.33
4.25
0
L1
37
45
45
69
ITEM:
L2
48
42,5
42,5
65,5
L3
L
H1
95
136
74
86,5 136
98
86,5 136 110
134 207,5 168
SETFC
L1
C:\Vault_Temp\Disegni\Corinna\Tabelle\Smartflex\Setfc\SM10173.dwg
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H
55
80
92
156
Dn2
Dn2
40
63
75
125
Dn1
1
H1
TERMINATION FITTING WITH TEST PORT ELECTROFUSION
L2
H
DESC: TERMINATION FITTING ELECTROFUSION L3 WALL
DOUBLE
L RACCORDO TERMINALE
ELETTROSALDABILE - DOPPIA PARETE
DRAWING No:
SM10173
SHEET OF
REV.
1 1
-1
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n1
2
0
3
10
Dn2
40
63
75
125
ITEM:
L1
37
45
45
69
L2
48
42,5
42,5
65,5
L3
L
H1
95
136
74
86,5 136
98
86,5 136 110
134 207,5 168
DESC: TERMINATION FITTING WITH TEST PORT
SETFCV
C:\Vault_Temp\Disegni\Corinna\Tabelle\Smartflex\Setfcv\SM10174.dwg
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H
75
96,5
108
172,5
ELECTROFUSION - DOUBLE WALL
RACCORDO TERMINALE ELETTROSALDABILE
DOPPIA PARETE CON VALVOLA DI PROVA PER TEST
IN PRESSIONE
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138
DRAWING No:
SM10174
SHEET OF
REV.
1 1
-1
CODE
Dn1
Dn2
L1
L2
L3
L
H1
H
SETFCV63
2"
2" ½
1.77
1.67
3.40
5.32
4.33
4.25
ADAPTERS DOUBLE WALL
Dn
S
F
D
CH
FEMALE ADAPTER FOR COAXIAL FITTINGS NICKEL PLATED
L2
L1
L
L1 L2 L3 min
3.11 2.48 0.68
3.54 2.76 0.70
2.87 1.02
6.50 3.74 1.09
CH
2.16
2.56
3.74
4.72
L2
L1
L
D1
2.48
D
S
L
L1
L2
L3
3.54DESC:
0.18 FEMALE
6.77 3.11
2.48
0.51
ADAPTER
FOR COAXIAL
0.23 7.48 3.54
2.76
0.51
FITTINGS NICKEL
PLATED
- DOUBLE
0.32 9.37 2.91
5.75
0.74
C:\Vault_Temp\Disegni\Corinna\Tabelle\Smartflex\POLLICI USA\Sawfdnp
npt pollici\SM10206.dwg
m
All dimensions have to be considered in inches with 5% tolerance if not otherwise mentioned
F
D
ITEM:
S
L
L1
L2
CH
SAWFDNP632NPT
2"
2” ½
3.54
0.23
8.27
3.54
0.70
2.56
CODE
Dn
F
D1
D
S
L
L1
L2
SAEWFNP63
2"
EZ 2”
2.95
3.54
0.23
7.48
3.54
0.51
SHEET OF
REV.
1 1
0
EZ FIT RISER
CODE
Dn1
Dn2
F
D
L
L1
L2
SADWE63
2”
2” ½
EZ 2"
3.50
23.13
19.69
0.51
L1
L
SAEWFNP
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D
SM10206
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L2
F
DRAWING No:
WALL
Dn2
F
EZ 2
EZ 2 2.95 3.54
SAWFDNP_NPT
EZ 3 4.92 4.92
Dn1
E
ND
P50 ITEM:
1 1/2
P63
2
P90
3
Dn
ADAPTER EZ-FIT FOR COAXIAL FITTINGS NICKEL PLATED
Dn
L
7.36
8.27
9.57
13.46
D1
S
0.18
0.23
0.32
0.39
S
D
2.95
3.54
4.92
6.02
F
D1
2.48
2.95
4.92
4.92
D
ND
F
1 1/2 1 1/2 NPT
2
2 NPT
3
3 NPT
4
4 NPT
CODE
DRAWING No:
DESC: ADAPTER EZ-FIT FOR COAXIAL
FITTINGS NICKEL PLATED - DOUBLE
WALL
SM10208
SHEET OF
REV.
1 2
0
All dimensions have to be considered in inches with 5% tolerance if not otherwise mentioned
EZ FIT LONG RISER
L2
Dn2
Dn1
F
D
g cannot be reproduced in anyway, failure todo so will entitle nupigeco to legal action. Information on this document are subject to change without notice
CODE
Dn1
Dn2
F
D
L
L1
L2
SADWEL63
2”
2” ½
EZ 2"
3.50
42.83
39.37
0.51
L1
L
H
Dn1
L2
Dn2
F
D
EZ FIT RISER WITH TEST PORT
CODE
Dn1
Dn2
F
D
L
L1
L2
H
SADWETP63
2”
2” ½
EZ 2"
3.50
23.13
19.69
0.51
4.43
L1
L
H
Dn1
L2
Dn2
F
D
EZ FIT LONG RISER WITH TEST PORT
CODE
Dn1
Dn2
F
D
L
L1
L2
H
SADWELTP63
2”
2” ½
EZ 2"
3.50
42.81
39.37
0.51
4.43
L1
L
139
ADAPTERS DOUBLE WALL
L2 min
CODE
Dn1
Dn2
F
D
L
L1
L2
SADWM63112NPT
2"
2” ½
1"½
3.54
25.59
20.28
0.75
SADWM632NPT
2"
2” ½
2"
3.54
25.59
20.28
0.75
Dn2
Dn1
F
D
RISER MALE
L1
L
H
Dn1
L2 min
Dn2
F
D
LONG RISER MALE WITH TEST PORT
CODE
Dn1
Dn2
F
D
L
L1
L2
H
SADWMLTP632NPT
2"
2” ½
2"
3.54
43.88
39.37
0.75
4.37
L1
L
ENTRY BOOT
Dn
H
PENETRATION FITTINGS FOR SW FIBERGLASS SUMPS - ALUMINIUM FLANGE
L1
CODE
Dn
L1
L
H
SEBEFM75A
2” ½
5.04
5.87
5.90
L
Dn
H
PENETRATION FITTINGS FOR DW FIBERGLASS SUMPS - ALUMINIUM FLANGE
L1
CODE
Dn
L1
L+x
H
SEBEF75A
2” ½
5.04
11.22+x
6.30
L+x
X
Dn
H
MECHANICAL ELECTROFUSION ENTRY BOOT
L1
L
L1
9.13
L
X
10.79 0.16 ÷ 0.63
EM:
H
8.27
DESC: PENETRATION FITTING - DUCT HDPE
SYSTEM
SEBEP110
ult_Temp\Disegni\Corinna\Tabelle\Smartflex\POLLICI USA\Sebep
\SM10229.dwg
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140
DRAWING No:
SM10229
SHEET OF
REV.
1 1
-1
CODE
Dn
L1
L
X
H
SEBEP75
2” ½
5.12
6.91
0.16 ÷0.63
5.91
SETFCV90
SEBEFM125A
SAFNP903NPT
3” SECONDARY
CONTAINED PIPE
SGEDW90
SMEDW90
STEDW90
SRDW....
SCEDW90
H1
Dn
D1
COAXIAL COUPLING - ELECTROFUSION - DOUBLE WALL
L2
L1
L
L2
D1
L1
L2
L
H1
H
SMEDW90
3"
5"
3.58
2.76
17.32
6.77
6.26
COAXIAL 90° ELBOW - ELECTROFUSION - DOUBLE WALL
H
CODE
Dn
D1
L1
L2
L
H1
H
SGEDW90
3"
5"
3.58
2.76
8.66
9.02
6.77
H1
Dn
D1
Dn
H
L
L1
CODE
L
L2
COAXIAL 45° ELBOW - ELECTROFUSION - DOUBLE WALL
H
H1
Dn
D1
L1
L
Dn
D1
L1
L2
L
H1
H
SCEDW90
3"
5"
3.58
2.76
7.32
10.35
6.77
COAXIAL EQUAL TEE - ELECTROFUSION - DOUBLE WALL
H
CODE
Dn
D1
L1
L2
L
H1
H
STEDW90
3"
5"
3.58
2.76
8.66
11.77
6.93
H1
D1
L2
Dn
L1
CODE
142
SAMNP903NPT
SAEFNP90
SRCPG903NPT
SFLAKA90
SAEWFNP90
SAWFDNP903NPT
H1
Dn
D1
COAXIAL COUPLING WITH TEST PORT - ELECTROFUSION - DOUBLE WALL
L2
L1
H
L
L
L2
D1
L1
L2
L
H1
H
SMEDWTP90
3"
5"
3.58
2.76
17.32
6.77
6.26
CODE
Dn
D1
L1
L2
L
H1
H
SGEDWTP90
3"
5"
3.58
2.76
8.66
9.02
6.77
H1
D1
Dn
COAXIAL 90° ELBOW WITH TEST PORT - ELECTROFUSION - DOUBLE WALL
H
Dn
L1
CODE
COAXIAL 45° ELBOW WITH TEST PORT - ELECTROFUSION - DOUBLE WALL
L
H
CODE
Dn
D1
L1
L2
L
H1
H
SCEDWTP90
3"
5"
3.58
2.76
7.32
10.35
6.77
H1
D1
L2
Dn
L1
L
COAXIAL EQUAL TEE WITH TEST PORT - ELECTROFUSION - DOUBLE WALL
H
CODE
Dn
D1
L1
L2
L
H1
H
STEDWTP90
3"
5"
3.58
2.76
8.66
11.77
6.93
H1
D1
L2
Dn
L1
143
COAXIAL REDUCER - SPIGOT X SPIGOT - DOUBLE WALL
L
D2
1.57
2.48
2.48
2.95
2.95
ITEM:
sd1
0.18
0.22
0.32
0.32
0.39
sd2
0.12
0.18
0.18
0.22
0.22
SD1
0.22
0.18
0.29
0.29
0.29
L2
SD2
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.20
0.20
L1
2.24
3.54
2.87
2.87
3.35
L2
7.52
3.31
3.27
3.34
3.34
L
15.47
12.36
13.43
13.90
L
17.13
Lc1
2.29
2.60
3.43
3.58
3.58
Lc2
1.85
1.73
2.17
2.36
2.36
D1
Dn1
D2
L1
CODE
Dn1
Dn2
D1
D2
L1
L2
L
SRDW9050
3”
1” ½
4.92
2.48
2.87
3.27
13.43
SRDW9063
3”
2"
4.92
2.95
2.87
3.34
13.90
SRDW11090
4”
3”
4.92
4.92
2.97
2.87
18.11
Dn1
D1
2.48
2.95
4.92
4.92
4.92
Dn2
ND2
1
1 1/2
1 1/2
2
2
D1 - D2
ND1
1/2
2
3
3
4
L1
Dn2
L2
DRAWING No:
DESC: COAXIAL REDUCER - SPIGOT X SPIGOT
SRDW
SM10209
SHEET OF
REV.
1 3
-1
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ND1 ND2 D1 D2 sd1 sd2 SD1 SD2 L1 L2
L
Lc1 Lc2
4
3 4.92 4.92 0.39 0.32 0.24 0.24 2.97 2.87 18.11 9.84 9.84
H1
Dn2
Dn1
ITEM:
TERMINATION FITTING ELECTROFUSION
SRDW
- SPIGOT X SPIGOT H
DESC: COAXIAL REDUCER
L2
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Dn1
Dn2
L1
L2
L3
L
H1
H
SETFC90
3”
5”
2.30
3.46
6.67
9.05
5.20
6.10
DRAWING No:
SM10209
L3
L1
C:\Vault_Temp\Disegni\Corinna\Tabelle\Smartflex\POLLICI USA\Srdw
pollici\SM10209.dwg
CODE
SHEET OF
REV.
1 2
-1
L
All dimensions have to be considered in inches with 5% tolerance if not otherwise mentioned
ot be reproduced in anyway, failure todo so will entitle nupigeco to legal action. Information on this document are subject to change without notice
Dn2
Dn1
H1
TERMINATION FITTING WITH TEST PORT ELECTROFUSION
L2
L
Dn2
L1
L2
L3
L
H1
H
SETFCV90
3”
5”
2.30
3.46
6.67
9.05
5.20
6.10
ADAPTERS DOUBLE WALL
Dn
S
CH
F
D
FEMALE ADAPTER FOR COAXIAL FITTINGS NICKEL PLATED
L2
L1
L
Dn
S
L2
L1
L
L
9.37
P_NPT
flex\POLLICI USA\Sawfdnp
L1
L2
L3
2.91
0.74
DESC: FEMALE ADAPTER FOR COAXIAL
FITTINGS NICKEL PLATED - DOUBLE
WALL
All dimensions have to be considered in inches with 5% tolerance if not otherwise mentioned
ion. Information on this document are subject to change without notice
144
CODE
Dn
F
D1
D
S
L
L1
CH
SAWFDNP903NPT
3"
3”
4.92
4.92
0.32
9.57
2.87
3.74
ADAPTER EZ-FIT FOR COAXIAL FITTINGS NICKEL PLATED
L2 L3 min CH
1.02 3.74
F
D
D1
D
S
L
L1
4.92 4.92 0.32 9.57 2.87
S
32
Dn1
H
L3
L1
CODE
DRAWING No:
SM10206
SHEET OF
REV.
1 2
0
CODE
Dn
F
D
S
L
L1
L2
SAEWFNP90
3"
EZ 3”
4.92
0.32
9.37
2.91
0.74
ENTRY BOOT
Dn
H
PENETRATION FITTINGS FOR SW FIBERGLASS SUMPS - ALUMINIUM FLANGE
L1
CODE
Dn
L1
L
H
SEBEFM125A
5"
7.79
8.76
8.66
L
Dn
H
PENETRATION FITTINGS FOR DW FIBERGLASS SUMPS - ALUMINIUM FLANGE
L1
CODE
Dn
L1
L+x
H
SEBEF125A
5”
7.79
15.67+x
7.87
L+x
X
Dn
H
MECHANICAL ELECTROFUSION ENTRY BOOT
L1
CODE
Dn
L1
L
X
H
SEBEP125
5”
9.25
10.91
0.16 ÷0.63
8.27
L
Dn
4"
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L1
9.13
L
X
10.79 0.16 ÷ 0.63
ITEM:
H
8.27
DESC: PENETRATION FITTING - DUCT HDPE
SYSTEM
SEBEP110
C:\Vault_Temp\Disegni\Corinna\Tabelle\Smartflex\POLLICI USA\Sebep
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DRAWING No:
SM10229
SHEET OF
REV.
1 1
-1
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ced in anyway, failure todo so will entitle nupigeco to legal action. Information on this document are subject to change without notice
145
SEBEFM125A
4” SECONDARY
CONTAINED PIPE
SMEDWR110
SETFCV110
SAMNP1104NPT
SGEDW110
STEDWR110
SRDW....
H1
Dn1
Dn2
COAXIAL COUPLING - ELECTROFUSION - DOUBLE WALL
L2
L1
H
L
L
L
L1
L2
L
H1
H
SMEDWR110125
4"
5"
3.31
2.91
14.21
7.91
7.36
CODE
Dn
D1
L1
L2
L
H1
H
SGEDW110
4"
5"
5.83
3.27
11.42
15.12
6.26
CODE
Dn
D1
L1
L2
L
H1
H
SCEDW110
4"
5"
5.83
3.27
11.42
13.78
7.87
H1
D1
D1
COAXIAL 45° ELBOW - ELECTROFUSION - DOUBLE WALL
H
Dn
L2
Dn
COAXIAL 90° ELBOW - ELECTROFUSION - DOUBLE WALL
L
L
L1
CODE
L
L1
COAXIAL EQUAL TEE - ELECTROFUSION - DOUBLE WALL
H
CODE
Dn
D1
L1
L2
L
H1
H
STEDWR110125
4"
5"
3.27
12.17
17.83
25.02
8.86
H1
Dn1
Dn2
L2
146
SFLAKA110
SCEDW110
SAWFDNP903NPT
L
COAXIAL 90° ELBOW WITH TEST PORT - ELECTROFUSION - DOUBLE WALL
H
CODE
Dn
D1
L1
L2
L
H1
H
SGEDWTP110
4"
5"
5.83
3.27
11.42
15.12
6.26
H1
D1
L2
Dn
L1
L
COAXIAL 45° ELBOW WITH TEST PORT - ELECTROFUSION - DOUBLE WALL
H
CODE
Dn
D1
L1
L2
L
H1
H
SCEDWTP110
4"
5"
5.83
3.27
11.42
13.78
7.87
H1
D1
L2
Dn
L1
Dn2
Dn1
H1
TERMINATION FITTING ELECTROFUSION
L2
H
L3
L1
CODE
Dn1
Dn2
L1
L2
L3
L
H1
H
SETFC110
4"
5"
2.71
2.58
5.27
8.17
6.61
6.14
L
Dn2
40
63
75
125
L1
37
45
45
69
ITEM:
L2
48
42,5
42,5
65,5
SETFC
L3
L
H1
95
136
74
86,5 136
98
86,5 136 110
134 207,5 168
L1
C:\Vault_Temp\Disegni\Corinna\Tabelle\Smartflex\Setfc\SM10173.dwg
m - [email protected]
H
55
80
92
156
Dn2
Dn1
32
50
63
110
H1
TERMINATION FITTING WITH TEST PORT ELECTROFUSION
Dn1
E
32
50
63
110
SAFNP110.NPT
L2
H
DESC: TERMINATION FITTING ELECTROFUSION DOUBLE
L3 WALL
RACCORDO TERMINALE
LELETTROSALDABILE - DOPPIA PARETE
DRAWING No:
SM10173
SHEET OF
REV.
1 1
-1
CODE
Dn1
Dn2
L1
L2
L3
L
H1
H
SETFCV110
4"
5"
2.71
2.58
5.27
8.17
6.61
6.14
All dimensions have to be considered in millimeters with 5% tolerance if not otherwise mentioned
annot be reproduced in anyway, failure todo so will entitle nupigeco to legal action. Information on this document are subject to change without notice
E
V32
V50
V63
V110
Dn1
32
50
63
110
Dn2
40
63
75
125
L1
37
45
45
69
L2
48
42,5
42,5
65,5
L3
L
H1
95
136
74
86,5 136
98
86,5 136 110
134 207,5 168
H
75
96,5
108
172,5
147
COAXIAL REDUCER - SPIGOT X SPIGOT - DOUBLE WALL
L
ITEM:
sd1
0.18
0.22
0.32
0.32
0.39
sd2
0.12
0.18
0.18
0.22
0.22
SD1
0.22
0.18
0.29
0.29
0.29
L2
SD2
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.20
0.20
L1
2.24
3.54
2.87
2.87
3.35
L2
7.52
3.31
3.27
3.34
3.34
L
15.47
12.36
13.43
13.90
L
17.13
Lc1
2.29
2.60
3.43
3.58
3.58
Lc2
1.85
1.73
2.17
2.36
2.36
D1
L1
CODE
Dn1
Dn2
D1
D2
L1
L2
L
SRDW11063
4”
2"
4.92
2.95
3.35
3.34
17.13
SRDW11090
4”
3”
4.92
4.92
2.97
2.87
18.11
Dn1
D2
1.57
2.48
2.48
2.95
2.95
Dn1
D2
D1
2.48
2.95
4.92
4.92
4.92
Dn2
ND2
1
1 1/2
1 1/2
2
2
D1 - D2
ND1
1/2
2
3
3
4
L1
Dn2
L2
DRAWING No:
DESC: COAXIAL REDUCER - SPIGOT X SPIGOT
SRDW
SM10209
C:\Vault_Temp\Disegni\Corinna\Tabelle\Smartflex\POLLICI USA\Srdw
pollici\SM10209.dwg
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SHEET OF
REV.
1 3
-1
All dimensions have to be considered in inches with 5% tolerance if not otherwise mentioned
eproduced in anyway, failure todo so will entitle nupigeco to legal action. Information on this document are subject to change without notice
ND1 ND2 D1 D2 sd1 sd2 SD1 SD2 L1 L2
L
Lc1 Lc2
4
3 4.92 4.92 0.39 0.32 0.24 0.24 2.97 2.87 18.11 9.84 9.84
ADAPTERS DOUBLE WALL
Dn
DRAWING No:
DESC: COAXIAL REDUCER - SPIGOT X SPIGOT
SRDW
SM10209
F
D
ITEM:
CH
FEMALE ADAPTER FOR COAXIAL FITTINGS NICKEL PLATED
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SHEET OF
REV.
1 2
-1
S
C:\Vault_Temp\Disegni\Corinna\Tabelle\Smartflex\POLLICI USA\Srdw
pollici\SM10209.dwg
All dimensions have to be considered in inches with 5% tolerance if not otherwise mentioned
CODE
Dn
F
D1
D
S
L
L1
CH
SAWFDNP1104NPT
4"
4”
4.92
6.02
0.39
13.46
6.50
4.72
ot be reproduced in anyway, failure todo so will entitle nupigeco to legal action. Information on this document are subject to change without notice
L2
L1
L
ND
4
D1
D
S
L
L1 L2 L3 min CH
4.92 6.02 0.39 13.46 6.50 3.74 1.09 4.72
F
4 NPT
ENTRY BOOT
Dn
H
PENETRATION FITTINGS FOR SW FIBERGLASS SUMPS - ALUMINIUM FLANGE
ITEM:
SAWFDNP_NPT
C:\Vault_Temp\Disegni\Corinna\Tabelle\Smartflex\POLLICI USA\Sawfdnp
npt pollici\SM10206.dwg
m
DRAWING No:
DESC: FEMALE ADAPTER FOR COAXIAL
FITTINGS NICKEL PLATED - DOUBLE
WALL
SM10206
All dimensions have to be considered in inches with 5% tolerance if not otherwise mentioned
L1
lure todo so will entitle nupigeco to legal action. Information on this document are subject to change without notice
SHEET OF
REV.
1 1
0
CODE
Dn
L1
L
H
SEBEFM125A
5"
7.79
8.76
8.66
L
Dn
H
PENETRATION FITTINGS FOR DW FIBERGLASS SUMPS - ALUMINIUM FLANGE
L1
CODE
Dn
L1
L+x
H
SEBEF125A
5”
7.79
15.67+x
7.87
L+x
X
Dn
H
MECHANICAL ELECTROFUSION ENTRY BOOT
L1
L
L1
9.13
L
X
10.79 0.16 ÷ 0.63
EM:
H
8.27
148
DESC: PENETRATION FITTING - DUCT HDPE
SYSTEM
SEBEP110
ult_Temp\Disegni\Corinna\Tabelle\Smartflex\POLLICI USA\Sebep
\SM10229.dwg
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so will entitle nupigeco to legal action. Information on this document are subject to change without notice
DRAWING No:
SM10229
SHEET OF
REV.
1 1
-1
CODE
Dn
L1
L
X
H
SEBEP125
5”
9.25
10.91
0.16 ÷0.63
8.27
SYSTEMS
12
HDPE TANK & DISPENSER SUMPS
151
P
L1
L2
DISPENSER SUMP HD - HDPE
H1
H
L
CODE
P
DDS2312HD
11.75
DDS2815HD
15.00
DDS2911HD
11.00
DDS3016HD
CODE
DDS2312HD
DDS3016HD
DDS3617HD
DDS4211HD
DDS4215HD
L
P
11.75
16.00
17.44
11.00
14.50
L
22.76
30.00
36.00
41.00
41.00
L1
L1
28.75
36.00
41.75
46.50
46.50
L2
26.00
26.00
26.00
26.00
26.00
L2
H
31.75
31.75
31.75
31.75
31.75
* DRILLED FRAME NOT INCLUDED
22.76
28.00
28.75
ITEM:
33.75
26.00
DDS_HD
26.00
H1
14.00
14.00
14.00
14.00
14.00
H
H1
31.75
14.00
31.75
14.00
2" HDPE dispenser sump 23" x 12"
typical Bennett
& Legacy
SM10252
2" HDPE dispenser
sump
28" x 15"
1 2 -1
typical Wayne Select
2" HDPE dispenser sump 29" x 11"
typical New Wayne DEF
2" HDPE dispenser sump 30" x 16"
typical Global Century
2" HDPE dispenser sump 36" x 17"
typical Encore
2" HDPE dispenser sump 42" x 11"
typical Vista
2" HDPE dispenser sump 42" x 15"
typical Bennett & Ovation
DRAWING No:
DESC: DISPENSER SUMP HD (HDPE)
UL 971 LISTED
C:\Vault_Temp\Disegni\Corinna\Tabelle\Smartflex\POLLICI USA\pozzetti
pollici\Dds2312-3016-3617-4211-4212-4215-5417 HD pollici\SM10252.dwg
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NOTES
SHEET OF
REV.
All dimensions have to be considered in inches with 5% tolerance if not otherwise mentioned
28.50
33.00
26.00
31.75
14.00
16.00
30.00
36.00
26.00
31.75
14.00
DDS3617HD
17.44
36.00
41.75
26.00
31.75
14.00
DDS4211HD
11.00
41.00
46.50
26.00
31.75
14.00
DDS4215HD
14.50
41.00
46.50
26.00
31.75
14.00
All right reserved - Drawing cannot be reproduced in anyway, failure todo so will entitle nupigeco to legal action. Information on this document are subject to change without notice
(*) drilled frame not included
DISPENSER SUMP HD - HDPE
LB
P
H1
H
LA
L1
CODE
P
LA
CODE
DSS4212HD
DDS5417HD
LB P
L2
L1
12.00
23.00
11.00
47.00
* DRILLED FRAME NOT INCLUDED
DDS5417HD
17.24
36.00
12.25
H
26.00
32.00
14.00
SHEET OF
C:\Vault_Temp\Disegni\Corinna\Tabelle\Smartflex\POLLICI USA\pozzetti
pollici\Dds2312-3016-3617-4211-4212-4215-5417 HD pollici\SM10252.dwg
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NOTES
DRAWING No:
All dimensions have to be considered in inches with 5% tolerance if not otherwise mentioned
All right reserved - Drawing cannot be reproduced in anyway, failure todo so will entitle nupigeco to legal action. Information on this document are subject to change without notice
152
H1
2" HDPE dispenser sump 42" x 12"
typical DEF
ITEM:
DESC: DISPENSER SUMP HD (HDPE)2" HDPE dispenser sump 54" x 17"
SM10252
52.25
26.00
32.00
DDS_HD
UL 971 LISTED14.00
typical
DEF
2 2 -1
DDS4212HD
(*) drilled frame not included
L2
LA
LB
L1
L2
H
H1
12.00 23.00 11.00 47.00 26.00 32.00 14.00
17.24 36.00 12.25 57.25 26.00 32.00 14.00
REV.
D
H1
H
TANK SUMP HD - HDPE
L
CODE
19STS4230
19STS4539
CODE
D
D
755
978
L
1067
1143
L
H
1022
1022
H
ITEM:
H1
387
387
DESC:
H1
STS4230
STS4539
TANK SUMP (HDPE) - MULTISIDED UL 971 LISTED
POZZETTO PER PASSO D'UOMO (PEAD) - BASE
POLIGONALE - IN ACCORDO CON UL 971
NOTESSM10217
DRAWING No:
SHEET OF
REV.
1 1
-1
14.00
HDPE tank sump - Shallow
31.75
14.00
HDPE tank sump - Deep
-
-
-
Accessories replacement lid for STS4230
-
-
-
-
Accessories replacement lid for STS4539
-
-
-
-
Accessories replacement STS4539 sump gasket
STS4230HD
11.75
STS4539HD
C:\Vault_Temp\Disegni\Corinna\Tabelle\Smartflex\Pozzetti\Sts4130 4539\SM10217.dwg
22.76
31.75
16.00
30.00
STS4230LIDHD
-
STS4539LIDHD
STS4539GASHD
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TANK SUMP HD - HDPE
H1
H
D
L
CODE
STTS4130HD
D
L
30.00
50.00
L2
CODE
39.76
STTS4130HD
L2
H
D
30.00
H1
L
38.86
50.00
ITEM:
L2
39.76
NOTES
H
13.39
38.86
H1
13.39
HDPE tank sump - Rectangular base
DESC: TANK SUMP HD (HDPE)
STTS_HD
C:\Vault_Temp\Disegni\Corinna\Tabelle\Smartflex\POLLICI USA\pozzetti
pollici\Stts pollici\SM10281.dwg
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DRAWING No:
SM10281
SHEET OF
REV.
1 1
0
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153
MARINA DISPENSER SUMP HD - HDPE
P
H
L
CODE
P
L
DDS2312HD
11.75
DDS2815HD
15.00
CODE
DDS2311MAR
DDS3617MAR
22.76
L1
P
12.00
17.00
L2
L
23.00
36.00
28.75
* DRILLED FRAME NOT INCLUDED
28.00
33.75
(*) drilled frame not included
ITEM:
H
H
11.50
11.50
26.00
26.00
DDS_MAR
NOTES
2" HDPE dispenser sump 23" x 12"
typical Bennett & Legacy
2"
HDPE
dispenser sump 28" x 15"
31.75
14.00
typical
Wayne Select
DESC: MARINA DISPENSER SUMP HD (HDPE)
SM10282
31.75
14.00
C:\Vault_Temp\Disegni\Corinna\Tabelle\Smartflex\POLLICI USA\pozzetti
pollici\Dds2311-3617mar\SM10282.dwg
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All right reserved - Drawing cannot be reproduced in anyway, failure todo so will entitle nupigeco to legal action. Information on this document are subject to change without notice
154
H1
DRAWING No:
SHEET OF
REV.
1 1
0
155
SYSTEMS
13
WELDING UNITS & ACCESSORIES
157
AUTOMATIC MULTIFUNCTION WELDING UNIT
WITH BARCODE SCANNER
CODE
SSEL8404/110
NOTES
110V
- Ambient temperature sensor
- Welding voltage regulation 5-42 V
- Download by means of USB technology
- Power Max:1200 VA
- Size: 19x11x7 in.
- Weight: 41 lb
- Index Protection: IP54
AUTOMATIC MULTIFUNCTION WELDING UNIT
WITH BARCODE SCANNER
LIGHT VERSION
CODE
SSEL8404L/110 *•
* welds up to DW Ø 4" piping
• welding kit available
- Ambient temperature sensor
- Welding voltage regulation 5 - 42 V
- Download by means of USB technology
- Power Max: 1000 VA
- Size: 12x8x6 in.
- Weight: 29 lb
- Index Protection: IP54
158
NOTES
110V
NEW
MULTIFUNCTION WELDING UNIT
INCORPORATED IN SUITCASE
WITH BARCODE SCANNER
CODE
SSEL8404LP/110
NOTES
110V
- Ambient temperature sensor
- Welding voltage regulation 5-42 V
- Download by means of USB technology
- Power Max:1500 VA
- Size: 20x16x8 in.
- Weight: 35 lb
- Index Protection: IP54
BARCODE SCANNER
CODE
BCSCAN8404
OPTICAL PEN
CODE
BPEN8404
159
LONGITUDINAL PIPE SCRAPER
CODE
NOTES
CAM2
1"¼ thru 2"½ longtiudinal pipe scraper
CAM4
3” thru 4” longtiudinal pipe scraper
MANUAL SCRAPER
CODE
NOTES
RAM1
small
RAM2
large
SCRAPER FOR SUPERSMARTFLEX
Ø
NOTES
RATUL50
1" ½
1"½ UL971 primary pipe scraper
RATUL63
2"
2” UL971 primary pipe scraper
CODE
POWER DRILL DRIVE KIT
Ø
NOTES
RATUL50KD
1" ½
power drill drive kit use w/RATUL50
RATUL63KD
2"
power drill drive kit use w/RATUL63
CODE
160
REVOLVING SCRAPER
CODE
Ø
NOTES
2" - 5"
RAT1A
RATKITRIC
spare blade
REVOLVING SCRAPER
CODE
RATOR25125
Ø
1" ½ - 5"
CIRCULAR PIPE CUTTER
CODE
Ø
NOTES
2" - 5"
SCUT
SLRCUT
spare blade
PLIERS FOR DOUBLE WALL PIPE
CODE
SPLIDW
Ø
NOTES
1" ½ - 5"
161
WRENCH
CODE
NOTES
for code: SEBEP50
Ø 1" ½
CHIAVE063
for codes: SEBEP63,
SEBEP75
Ø 2" and 2" ½
for codes: SEBEP90,
SEBEP110,
SEBEP125
Ø 3", 4" and 5"
CHIAVE090
CHIAVE110
HOLE SAW AND MANDREL
STAZ
CODE
Ø
STAZ312
3" 1/2
STAZ438
4" 3/8
STAZ6
SMAN
162
6"
SMAN
NOTES
for codes: SEBEFM50A, SEBEF50A,
SEBEFM63A, SEBEF63A,
SEBEFM75A, SEBEF75A
Ø 1"½, 2" and 2"½
for codes: SEBEP50,
SEBEP63,
SEBEP75
Ø 1"½, 2" and 2"½
for codes: SEBEFM90A, SEBEF90A,
SEBEFM110A, SEBEF110A,
SEBEFM125A, SEBEF125A,
SEBEP90,
SEBEP110,
SEBEP125
Ø 3", 4" and 5"
mandrel
HDPE TANK ADAPTOR
CODE
STA412
Ø
NOTES
4"
tank sump adapter kit w/12" long HDPE coated riser
(1)
F
Dn
HDPE COATED STEEL PIPE
LF
L
F
Dn
(2)
LF
L1
L
CODE
Dn
F
LF
L
L1
NOTES
SASP63112NPT (2)
2"
1" ½
1.06
26.10
12.01
SASP63112NPT (2)
2" ½
2"
1.06
26.10
12.01
SASP63112NPT (1)
4"
3"
1.65
27.28
-
SASP63112NPT (1)
5"
4"
1.38
23.62
-
2" HDPE pipe on 1"½, steel pipe NPT
use w/SEBEP63 or SEBEFM63A
2"½ HDPE pipe on 2", steel pipe NPT
use w/SEBEP75 or SEBEFM75A
4" HDPE pipe on 3", steel pipe NPT
use w/SEBEP110 or SEBEFM110A
5" HDPE pipe on 4", steel pipe NPT,
use w/SEBEP125 and SEBEFM125A
163
EPOXY FOR FIBERGLASS PENETRATION FITTINGS
CODE
NOTES
SACB019
7 FL OZ
SACB020
13 FL OZ
SACB022
20 FL OZ
PETROSEAL MANUAL DIPSENSING GUN
CODE
NOTES
SACB021
use w/items SACB
HDPE DETERGENT
CODE
NOTES
LID1
13 FL OZ
PLUGS SECONDARY CONTAINMENT
CODE
STVP6
164
Ø
NOTES
¼"
¼" test port plug
MISCELLANEOUS
PRIMARY PIPE PROTECTIVE SLEEVES
CODE
Ø
STP
1" ½ - 2"
STP90
3"
STP110
4"
TEST PORT ADAPTERS
CODE
SPTM14
NOTES
test port adapter ¼" port
EJECTOR PUMP
CODE
SVE
REPLACEMENT PUSH-IN TEST PORT
CODE
SVT6
NOTES
¼" BSP thread x 0.24 in. tubing
165
PIPE ALIGNER
CODE
Ø
1" ½ - 5"
ALL225/4
CONSUMABLE KIT
CODE
NOTES
SCK
Kit only
SCKD
w/HDPE detergent
The kit includes:
166
Manual scraper small (RAM1)
Primary pipe protective sleeves (STP)
Disposable gloves (50 pieces)
Rags (2 LBS)
Professional sprayer (32 oz)
Black marker (2 pieces)
White marker (2 pieces)
LID 1 only for SCKD
PRESSURE VACUUM TESTING
CODE
NOTES
SVTU
vacuum test unit
SENS010
pressure test unit
TEST TUBING
CODE
STT15100
NOTES
/ ” test tube, 328 ft coil
5 8
STT1525
5 8
STT605
¼” test tube, 16 ft coil
STT6100
¼” test tube, 328 ft coil
STT625
¼” test tube, 82 ft coil
/ ” test tube, 82 ft coil
167
14
SPECIAL PRODUCTS
169
SINGLE WALL ADBLUE/DEF/UREA PRODUCT PIPE LISTED PRODUCT PIPE
S min
Dn
CODE
TSMAUREA50R75
TSMAUREA50B10
S1 min
COILS, STRAIGHT LENGTHS/STICKS
CODE
TSMAUREA32
TSMAUREA50
Dn
1"
1" 1/2
Package
(ft)
Dn
1" ½
1" ½
S min
0.09
0.15
S1 min
0.04
0.04
S min
246
35
0.15
0.15
Weight (lbs/ft)
0.22
0.47
S1 min
Weight
lbs./ft
NOTES
0.04
0.04
0.47
0.47
coils
straight lengths (sticks)
DOUBLE WALL ADBLUE/DEF/UREA PRODUCT PIPE LISTED PRODUCT PIPE
COILS, STRAIGHT LENGTHS/STICKS
ITEM:
TSMAUREA
C:\Vault_Temp\Disegni\Corinna\Tabelle\Smartflex\POLLICI USA\Tsmaurea
pollici\SM10165.dwg
CODE
TSMADUREA50R75
TSMADUREA50B10
SM10165
SHEET OF
REV.
1 1
0
All dimensions have to be considered in inches with 5% tolerance if not otherwise mentioned
S min
S1 min
I
CODE
TSMADUREA32
TSMADUREA50
Dn
D1
1" ½
1" ½
DRAWING No:
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Dn
Se min
D1
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DESC: ADBLUE/DEF/UREA SINGLE WALL
PRODUCT PIPE - COILS, STRAIGH
LENGTHS/STICKS
2”
2”
Dn
D1
I
1"
1" 1/2 0.07
Package
0.16
1" 1/2
2"
I
(ft)
246
35
S min S1 min Se min Weight (lbs/ft)
0.09
0.04
0.09
0.42
Weight
0.15
S min 0.04
S1 min0.10Se min0.82
0.16
0.16
lbs./ft
0.15
0.15
0.04
0.04
0.10
0.10
0.82
0.82
NOTES
coils
straight lengths (sticks)
FLAME RETARDANT PIPE
S2 max
S min
S1 max
Se min
I
Dn
D1
STRAIGHT LENGTHS/STICKS
ITEM:
TSMADUREA
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PRODUCT PIPE - COILS, STRAIGHT
LENGTHS/STICKS
DRAWING No:
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CODE
TSMAXFRPD63B12
TSMAXFRPD90B12
TSMAXFRPD110B12
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CODE
Dn
D1
TSMAXFRPD32
1"
2"
TSMAXFRPD50
1" 1/2
2"
Package
2"
2" 1/2
DnTSMAXFRPD63
D1
I
TSMAXFRPD90
3"
5"
(ft)
TSMAXFRPD110
4"
5"
2"
3"
4”
2” ½
5”
5”
39
39
39
0.09
0.47
0.09
I
0.48
0.12
0.09
0.47
0.09
S min S1 max S2 max S1 min Weight (Kg/m)
0.15
0.02
0.02
0.10
0.77
0.15
0.02
0.02
0.10
0.99
Weight
0.11
1.41
S0.19
min 0.02
Se min0.02
NOTES
0.26
0.02
0.02 lbs./ft
0.19
3.00
0.32
0.02
0.02
0.19
3.65
0.19
0.26
0.32
0.11
0.19
0.19
1.41
3.00
3.65
straight lengths (sticks)
straight lengths (sticks)
straight lengths (sticks)
SINGLE WALL IP LISTED PRODUCT PIPE
CODE
TSMA50R75
TSMA50B6
TSMA63R75
TSMA63B6
TSMA90B6
TSMA110B6
S min
S1 min
Dn
COILS, STRAIGHT LENGTHS/STICKS
Package
(ft)
Dn
CODE
1" ½
TSMA32
TSMA40
1" ½
TSMA50
2"
TSMA63
TSMA90
2"
TSMA110
3"
TSMA160
Dn
246
1"
1" 1/4
19
1" 1/2
246
2"
3"19
4"
6"19
4”
19
S min
S min S1 min
0.15
0.09
0.04
0.12
0.04
0.15
0.15
0.04
0.19
0.19
0.04
0.26
0.04
0.19
0.32
0.04
0.26
0.46
0.04
0.32
ITEM:
S1 min
Weight (lbs/ft)
0.23 0.04
0.33 0.04
0.48
0.73 0.04
1.39 0.04
2.01
4.17 0.04
0.04
TSMA
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NOTES
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99
3.65
coils
straight lengths (sticks)
coils
straight lengths (sticks)
straight lengths (sticks)
straight lengths (sticks)
DESC: SINGLE
WALL IPWALL
LISTED
DOUBLE
IP PRODUCT
LISTED PIPE
PIPE - COILS,
STRAIGHT
COILS, STRAIGHT
LENGTHS/STICKS
LENGTHS/STICKS
All dimensions have to be considered in inches with 5% tolerance if not otherwise mentioned
CODE
TSMAD50R75
TSMAD50B6
TSMAD50B8
TSMAD50B12
TSMAD63R75
TSMAD63B6
TSMAD63B8
TSMAD63B10
TSMAD90B6
TSMAD110125B6
CODE
TSMAD50
TSMAD63
TSMAD90D1
Dn
TSMAD110125
S1 min
S min
I
Dn
Se min
D1
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Dn
D1
1" 1/2
2"
2"
2" 1/2
Package
3"
5"
5"
4"(ft)
1" ½
2”
246
1" ½
2”
19
1" ½
2"
27
1" ½
2"
39
2”
2" ½
246
2”
2" ½
19
2”
2" ½
27
2”
2" ½
29
3”
5”
19
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5”
19
ITEM:
I
I
0.16
0.13
0.50
0.13
S
S min
0.15
0.19
0.26
min
0.32
S1 min
0.04
0.04
0.04
S10.04
min
Se min Weight (lbs/ft)
0.10
0.83
0.11
1.20
Weight
0.19
2.65
Se
min
0.19
3.27
lbs./ft
NOTES
0.16
0.15
0.04
0.10
0.83
coils
0.16
0.15
0.04
0.10
0.83
straight lengths (sticks)
0.16
0.15
0.04
0.10
0.83
straight lengths (sticks)
0.16
0.15
0.04
0.10
0.83
straight lengths (sticks)
0.13
0.19
0.04
0.11
1.20
coils
0.13
0.19
0.04
0.11
1.20
straight lengths (sticks)
0.13
0.19
0.04
0.11
1.20
straight lengths (sticks)
DRAWING No:
DESC: DOUBLE WALL IP LISTED PRODUCT
SM10156
TSMAD0.19
0.13
0.04 PIPE - 0.11
1.20
straight lengths (sticks)
COILS, STRAIGHT
LENGTHS/STICKS
1 1 0
0.50
0.26
0.04
0.19
2.65
straight lengths (sticks)
All dimensions have to be considered in inches with 5% tolerance if not otherwise mentioned
0.13
0.32
0.04
0.19
3.27
straight lengths (sticks)
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REV.
SINGLE WALL IP LISTED VAPOR/VENT/FILL PIPE
CODE
TSMAU63R50
TSMAU63R75
TSMAU63B6
TSMAU90R30
TSMAU90R50
TSMAU90B6
TSMAU110B6
CODE
TSMAU32
Dn
TSMAU40
TSMAU50
2"
TSMAU63
2"
TSMAU90
TSMAU110
2"
TSMAU160
3"
3"
3”
4”
S1 min
S min
Dn
COILS, STRAIGHT LENGTHS/STICKS
Dn
min
PackageS0.09
1"
1" 1/4(ft) 0.12
0.15
1" 1/2
164 0.19
2"
3" 246 0.26
4" 19
0.32
6"
0.46
98
164
19
19
ITEM:
S1 min
0.02
S min
0.02
0.02
0.190.02
0.190.02
0.190.02
0.02
0.26
0.26
0.26
0.32
Weight (lbs/ft)
S10.20
min
0.29
0.42
0.02
0.67
0.02
1.29
1.89
0.02
3.99
0.02
0.02
0.02
0.02
NOTES
0.67
0.67
0.67
1.29
1.29
1.29
1.89
coils
coils
straight lengths (sticks)
coils
coils
straight lengths (sticks)
straight lengths (sticks)
DESC: SINGLE WALL IP LISTED VAPOR / VENT /
TSMAU
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lbs./ft
FILL PIPE - COILS, STRAIGHT
LENGTHS/STICKS
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MORE NON-UL SMARTFLEX PRODUCTS ARE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST
FROM Ø 1" TO 6" ALSO WITH BSP THREAD
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INDEX
1 · SMARTCONDUIT SYSTEM - TECHNICAL DATA ............................................................... 179
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
WHAT IS THE SMARTCONDUIT SYSTEM ......................................................................... 180
PIPES & FITTINGS.......................................................................................................... 181
TOOLS & ACCESSORIES ................................................................................................ 182
APPROVALS .................................................................................................................. 183
2 · SMARTCONDUIT SYSTEM - PIPE & FITTINGS - PRODUCT RANGE ................................ 185
3 · SMARTCONDUIT SYSTEM - WELDING UNITS & ACCESSORIES .................................... 191
GENERAL SALES CONDITIONS....................................................................................................... 199
SYSTEMS
1
TECHNICAL DATA
179
1 · PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
1.1
WHAT IS THE SMARTCONDUIT SYSTEM
SMARTCONDUIT UL is designed for the conveyance and protection of power, earth bonding and
data cables used in the underground wiring system of service stations and associated facilities.
Its heavy duty design allows it to withstand harsh conditions, making it ideally suited for long term
service in a direct buried environment where corrosive or contaminated soils are encountered.
SMARTCONDUIT UL is installed using SMARTFLEX technology which is based on the electrofusion
process, one of the most widely used in the polyethylene industry.
warning
This document contains recommendations and information
regarding NUPI Americas, Inc. products and their installation.
It is based on currently available data and is believed to be
This joining method ensures that the fittings are permanently fused to the conduit for maximum
adhesion and pull out strength. SMARTCONDUIT UL has a 30 year warranty.
Throughout this manual specific instructions will be given to achieve a reliable installation of the
SMARTCONDUIT UL system.
representative of the product under specific conditions.
However, such factors as environment, applications or
installation, changes in operating procedure or extrapolation
It is the responsibility of the trained installer to respect to all manufacturer recommended practices
and local regulations in order to avoid personal injury.
of data may cause different results.
The operator must undergo a SMARTCONDUIT Certified Installer training course, with the
SMARTCONDUIT competency prior to obtaining his/her Certified Installer credentials. Certified
Installer training is valid for a period of three years.
NUPI AMERICAS Inc. MAKES NO REPRESENTATION OF WARRANTY, OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR
IMPLIED, AS TO THE ACCURACY, ADEQUACY, OR COMPLETENESS OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS
OR INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN.
NUPI AMERICAS Inc. neither assumes nor authorises any representative or other person to
assume for it any obligation or liability other than such as is expressly set forth. Attention is
drawn to any relevant local and/or national regulations. Information in this document is subject
to change without notice.
PRODUCT BENEFITS:
- HIGH RESISTANCE TO HYDROCARBON PERMEATION
- EXTREMELY SMOOTH INTERNAL WALL
- LOW FRICTION COEFFICIENT
- HIGH IMPACT RESISTANCE
- HIGH COMPRESSION AND COLLAPSE RESISTANCE
- EXCLUSIVE COLOR CODING FOR EASY IDENTIFICATION
- A FULL RANGE OF ELECTROFUSION OR MECHANICAL FITTINGS COMPLETES
THE SMARTCONDUIT SYSTEM INCLUDING SECURE SEALED END FITTINGS AND
ENTRY BOOTS THAT CAN BE WELDED THROUGH BARCODE TECHNOLOGY.
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1.2
PIPES & FITTINGS
A wide range of SMARTCONDUIT UL fittings are available and are listed in the table below:
CODE
OD
DESCRIPTION
TCONI01R100
1” IPS
conduit pipe - coil 328 ft
CMEI01
1” IPS
Electrofusion coupling
CAMI341NPT
1” IPS x 3/4” NPT
Male threaded transition
CAMI101NPT
1” IPS x 1” NPT
Male threaded transition
CAFI341NPT
1” IPS x 3/4” NPT
Female threaded transition
CAFI0101NPT
1” IPS x 1” NPT
Female threaded transition
CEB32
1”
Entry boot - rubber
All SMARTCONDUIT UL electrofusion fittings are welded at
CEBE32
1”
Electrofusion penetration fitting
safety observant minimum voltages in compliance with acci-
SEBEFM32A
1”
Entry boot - SW fiberglass sumps
SEBEF32A
1”
Entry boot - DW fiberglass sumps
SASP3234NPT
1” x 3/4” NPT
Rigid conduit - HDPE coated
CLRSP134NPT
1” IPS x 3/4" NPT
Long riser steel pipe threaded NPT
note
dent prevention standards. Electrofusion fittings are provided
with an affixed barcode label, which allows for the acquisition
of welding parameters via an optical pen or a digital scanner.
ELECTROFUSION FITTINGS
The electrofusion fitting range includes couplings (model CMEI) in 1” IPS size. They provide a
secure and fast connection for conduit joins and fitting attachment.
SPIGOT FITTINGS
The spigot fitting range includes male and female brass NPT threaded adapters (model CAMI and
CAFI). They are available in 1” IPS size and allow an easy and fast connection to metal threaded
components.
ENTRY BOOTS
The mechanical entry boots (model CEB) assure a positive seal in all single wall sumps. They are
available in 1” size.
The electrofusion entry boots for HDPE sumps (model CEBE) assure a fast and reliable connection
utilising the electrofusion process. They are available in 1” size.
The electrofusion entry boots for fiberglass sumps (model SEBEFM_A and SEBEF_A) assure a
reliable connection through a mechanical and epoxy bonding process suitable for both single wall
and double wall sumps. They are available in 1” size.
PIPE RISERS
The pipe risers (model SASP and CLRSP) are a galvanised steel pipe covered by an external HDPE
jacket. They have threaded ends to allow connection of metal parts to the HDPE components
through either threads or electrofusion.
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1.3
TOOLS & ACCESSORIES
MULTIFUNCTION WELDING UNIT
The SMARTFLEX multifunction welding unit (model SSEL) is suitable for SMARTCONDUIT UL
installation. It has proprietary software designed to make the installer’s task as easy and safe
as possible. A user-friendly menu guides the user through the two possible operating modes:
• Welding Mode
• Pressure Test Mode
The unit can be used to install the SMARTCONDUIT UL electrofusion fittings.
TOOLS
The SMARTCONDUIT UL system includes a wide range of tools and equipment such as:
• SCUT3 – Pipe cutter
• RAM1 – Manual scraper
• MARK – White marker
• CHIAVE063 - Wrench
PRODUCT FEATURES
Material and Dimensional specifications
SMARTCONDUIT UL pipe is manufactured from a high performance HDPE that meets and
exceeds the strict requirements of UL651A, for non metallic continuous length HDPE Conduit.
The dimensions are typical of Schedule 40 conduit, as set forth in the following table:
Pipe Size
(in.)
1
Average Outside
Average Inside
Schedule 40
Diameter (OD)
Diameter (ID)
(in.)
(in.)
Max Wall (in.) Min Wall (in.)
1.315
0.153
0.133
1.029
Minimum Bending Radius
The minimum bending radius is 18 times the OD of the pipe, or in this case 24 in.
Pipe Packaging
SMARTCONDUIT UL pipe is provided in coils of 328 ft. They are protected against accidental
damage with a plastic covering.
Features and Benefits:
• Ease of installation through the electrofusion process, no need for adhesives
• Long-term strength for extended life and performance
• Strength to withstand external loads
• Lightweight and flexible, allowing various installation methods to be used
• Low coefficient of friction, allowing longer and faster cable installations
• Resistance to corrosive chemicals and contaminated soils
• Moisture proof and watertight when fusion welded
• Extended outdoor storage life
• Resistance to rodent and white ant attack
• Available in long coil lengths thus requiring fewer joints and lower installation costs
• Traceability of installation via barcode technology
182
1.4APPROVALS
SMARTCONDUIT UL is UL651A listed and is manufactured using high performance HDPE in
accordance with the UL Schedule 40 conduit dimensions.
183
SYSTEMS
2
PIPE & FITTINGS - PRODUCT RANGE
185
1" PIPE SYSTEM
CEBE32
PIPE
Dn
S min
MONOLAYER PIPE
CODE
19TCONI01
ND
1 IPS
S min
0.13
CODE
Dn
F
Weight
TCONI01R100
1”
0.14
0.23
ELECTROFUSION FITTINGS
Weight (lbs/ft)
0.23
H
COUPLING - ELECTROFUSION
D
DRAWING No:
DESC: CONDUIT PIPE
TCONI
SC10043
Dn
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CODE
Dn
D1
L1
L
H
CMEI01
1”
1.79
1.41
2.91
2.40
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L1
L
L
.91
D
1.79
H
2.40
DESC: ELECTROFUSION COUPLER
CMEI
Corinna\Tabelle\Smart Conduit\POLLICI USA\Cmei
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CMEI01
CAF1101NPT
ADAPTERS
F
Dn
LONG RISER STEEL PIPE - HDPE COATED
L2 min
L1
CODE
Dn
F
L1
L2
L
CLRSP1346NPT
1”
3/4"
5.91
3.11
79.21
CLRSP13410NPT
1”
3/4"
5.91
3.11
120.00
L
Dn
1 IPS
1 IPS
1 1/4 IPS
1 1/4 IPS
F
3/4 NPT
3/4 NPT
1 NPT
1 NPT
L1
5.91
5.91
5.91
5.91
L2 min
3.11
3.11
3.07
3.07
L
79.21
120.00
79.21
120.00
RIGID CONDUIT - HDPE COATED
F
Dn
CODE
CLRSP1346NPT
CLRSP13410NPT
CLRSP11416NPT
CLRSP114110NPT
ITEM:
CLRSP_NPT
DESC: LONG RISER STEEL PIPE
DRAWING No:
REV.
1 1
-1
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LF
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L
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CODE
SASP3234NPT
SASP401NPT
ND
1
1 1/4
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F
3/4" NPT
1" NPT
LF
0.98
0.98
ITEM:
SASP_NPT
CODE
Dn
F
LF
L
SASP3234NPT
1”
3/4”
0.98
11.81
SC10053
SHEET OF
L
11.81
11.81
DESC: PIPE RISER
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FEMALE THREADED TRANSITION
Dn
F
S
D
L
L1
L3
CH
CAFI341NPT
1”
3/4”
0.13
1.77
7.57
5.21
0.53
1.18
CAFI101NPT
1”
1”
0.13
2.13
7.77
5.21
0.66
1.50
Dn
CODE
S
F
D
CH
TYPE A
L1
L2
L
Dn
S
F
D
CH
FTYPE B S
D
L
L1
L2 L3 CH
3/4" NPT 0.13 1.77 7.57 5.21 0.43 0.53 1.18
Dn
" IPS
ITEM:
L2
CAFI_NPT
DESC: FEMALE THREADED TRANSITION
L1
L
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Dn
(B) 1" IPS
F
3/4" NPT
S
D
L
L1
L2 L3 CH
0.13 2.13 7.77 5.21 0.43 0.66 1.50
MALE THREADED TRANSITION
CODE
Dn
F
D1
D
S
L
L1
L2
CAMI341NPT
1”
3/4”
0.13
1.77
8.24
5.21
0.54
1.06
CAFI101NPT
1”
1”
0.13
2.13
8.52
5.21
0.37
1.34
Dn
F
ITEM:
DESC: FEMALE THREADED TRANSITION
CAFI_NPT
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if not otherwise mentioned
DRAWING No:
S
D
CH
TYPE A
SC10046
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-1
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L
Dn
S
F
D
CH
Dn
F
S
D
L
L1
L2 L3 CH
1" IPS 3/4" NPT 0.13 1.77 8.24 5.21 0.43 0.54 1.06
TYPE B
ITEM:
DESC: MALE THREADED TRANSITION
L1
L2
CAMI_NPT
L
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(A)
Dn
1" IPS
F
S
D
L
L1
L2 L3 CH
3/4" NPT 0.13 2.13 8.52 5.21 0.37 0.68 1.34
ITEM:
DESC: MALE THREADED TRANSITION
CAMI_NPT
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SC10045
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-1
ENTRY BOOT
Dn
H
PENETRATION FITTING - RUBBER
CODE
Dn
L
H
CEB32
1”
2.20
3.03
L
FUSION PENETRATION FITTING
EM:
H
3.03
CEB
t_Temp\Disegni\Corinna\Tabelle\Smart Conduit\POLLICI USA\Ceb
C10047.dwg
H
Dn
L
2.20
DRAWING No:
DESC: ENTRY BOOT
L1
L
SC10047
SHEET OF
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0
Int. A
CODE
Dn
L1
L
H
Int. A
CEBE32
1”
1.69
4.33
3.86
3.21
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ND
1 IPS
L1
1.69
ITEM:
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4.33
H
3.85
H
Dn
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32
PENETRATION FITTINGS FOR SW FIBERGLASS SUMPS - ALUMINIUM FLANGE
Int. A
3.21
L1
DESC: ELECTROFUSION ENTRY BOOT
L
CEBE
DRAWING No:
SC10048
C:\Vault_Temp\Disegni\Corinna\Tabelle\Smart Conduit\POLLICI USA\Cebe
pollici\SC10048.dwg
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Dn
H
annot be reproduced in anyway, failure todo so will entitle nupigeco to legal action. Information on this document are subject to change without notice
L1
SHEET OF
REV.
1 1
0
CODE
Dn
L1
L
H
SEBEFM32A
1”
5.55
6.38
4.72
PENETRATION FITTINGS FOR DW FIBERGLASS SUMPS - ALUMINIUM FLANGE
CODE
Dn
L1
L
H
SEBEF32A
1”
5.55
11.22 + x
4.72
L+x
X
Dn
H
MECHANICAL ELECTROFUSION ENTRY BOOT
L1
L
Dn
4"
pigeco.com
L1
9.13
L
X
10.79 0.16 ÷ 0.63
ITEM:
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L1
L
X
H
SEBEP32
1”
4.80
6.02
0.20 ÷0.63
4.13
H
8.27
DESC: PENETRATION FITTING - DUCT HDPE
SYSTEM
SEBEP110
CODE
C:\Vault_Temp\Disegni\Corinna\Tabelle\Smartflex\POLLICI USA\Sebep
pollici\SM10229.dwg
DRAWING No:
SM10229
SHEET OF
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SYSTEMS
3
WELDING UNITS & ACCESSORIES
191
AUTOMATIC MULTIFUNCTION WELDING UNIT
WITH BARCODE SCANNER
CODE
SSEL8404/110
NOTES
110V
- Ambient temperature sensor
- Welding voltage regulation 5-42 V
- Download by means of USB technology
- Power Max:1200 VA
- Size: 19x11x7 in.
- Weight: 41 lb
- Index Protection: IP54
AUTOMATIC MULTIFUNCTION WELDING
UNIT WITH BARCODE SCANNER
LIGHT VERSION
CODE
SSEL8404L/110 *•
* welds up to DW Ø 4" piping
• welding kit available
- Ambient temperature sensor
- Welding voltage regulation 5 - 42 V
- Download by means of USB technology
- Power Max: 1000 VA
- Size: 12x8x6 in.
- Weight: 29 lb
- Index Protection: IP54
192
NOTES
110V
NEW
MULTIFUNCTION WELDING UNIT
INCORPORATED IN SUITCASE
WITH BARCODE SCANNER
CODE
SSEL8404LP/110
NOTES
110V
- Ambient temperature sensor
- Welding voltage regulation 5-42 V
- Download by means of USB technology
- Power Max:1500 VA
- Size: 20x16x8 in.
- Weight: 35 lb
- Index Protection: IP54
BARCODE SCANNER
CODE
BCSCAN8404
OPTICAL PEN
CODE
BPEN8404
193
MANUAL SCRAPER
CODE
NOTES
RAM1
small
RAM2
large
PIPE CUTTER
Ø
CODE
NOTES
1"
SCUT3
SLRCUT
spare blade
HOLE SAW AND MANDREL
SMAN
STAZ
CODE
NOTES
for codes: CEB32, CEBE32,
SEBEFM32A, SEBEF32A
Ø 1"
for code: SEBEP32
Ø 1"
mandrel
STAZ214
STAZ318
SMAN
MARKER
CODE
MARK
194
NOTES
white marker
WRENCH
CODE
CHIAVE063
NOTES
for code: SEBEP32
Ø 1"
EPOXY FOR FIBERGLASS PENETRATION FITTINGS
CODE
NOTES
SACB019
7 FL OZ
SACB020
13 FL OZ
SACB022
20 FL OZ
PETROSEAL MANUAL DIPSENSING GUN
CODE
SACB021
NOTES
use w/items SACB
HDPE DETERGENT
CODE
LID1
NOTES
13 FL OZ
195
GENERAL SALES CONDITIONS
1 PROVISIONS OF THE CONTRACT
9 PRODUCT INSTALLATION AND LIABILITY
The purchase and sale of the goods and services relating to the SMARTFLEX System,
The performance and the cost for product installation is the responsibility of the purchaser.
(collectively “Products”) by NUPI Americas, Inc. is governed by, and subject to, the following
Accordingly, the purchaser assumes all responsibility for compliance with (and liability for
terms, covenants and conditions.
failure to comply with) any and all applicable statutes, laws, rules and regulations relating
2 TERMS AND MEANS OF PAYMENT
to the suitability, compliance and safety of the products and the installation, the use of the
The purchase price shown on the invoice issued by NUPI Americas, Inc. in connection
products, the site at which the products will be installed and used, and the ultimate user
with the purchase and sale of the products described therein is due and payable by the
of the products. Installation of the products must be performed by qualified installers who
purchaser on or before the date, and in the manner, provided for under such invoice.
have been trained and certified by NUPI Americas, Inc. and whose work complies in all
Interest shall accrue on all past due balances at the annual rate equal to the lesser of (i)
respects with the specifications and installation standards promulgated by NUPI Americas,
eighteen per cent (18%); or (ii) the highest rate allowed by the laws of the State of Texas,
Inc. Accordingly, the purchaser further assumes all liability resulting from the purchaser’s
until such invoice amounts, and accrued previously unpaid interest, have been paid in full.
failure to provide copies of such specifications and installation standards and the brochures
All prices on any document or correspondence issued by NUPI Americas, Inc. shall be
and other written materials covering the same to such installation personnel. Purchaser
understood to be in United States dollars. Any and all sums due and payable hereunder,
shall defend, indemnify and hold NUPI Americas, Inc. harmless from and against any and
or under any invoice, shall be due and payable at the offices of NUPI Americas, Inc. in
all claim, actions, damages, costs (including costs of litigation and settlement) arising,
Houston, Texas.
or alleged to have arisen in connection with any and all damages caused by, or resulting
3 TERMS OF DELIVERY
from any improper installation, lack of maint enance or improper use of the products.
The products covered by the terms of an order accepted and confirmed in accordance with
10 WARRANTY
the provisions of Paragraph 5 hereof, shall be shipped to the purchaser on the terms and
NUPI Americas, Inc. warrants that products sold by it which are incorporated in its
conditions set forth and established on the order confirmation issued by NUPI Americas,
SMARTFLEX Piping System shall be of good materials and workmanship and free from
Inc. While NUPI Americas, Inc. will undertake reasonable efforts to comply with purchaser’s
functional defects for a period of thirty (30) years from the date of sale, excepting valves,
requested shipping dates, no provision of these terms of sale, the order confirmation, or any
flex connectors, entry, terminating and test rubber boots, gaskets and o-rings, and products
other agreement between purchaser and NUPI Americas, Inc. be interpreted to (i) constitute
containing electrical components, which shall be of good materials and workmanship and
NUPI Americas, Inc.’s guarantee of specific shipping dates; or (ii) impose any liability for
free from functional defects for a period of one (1) year from the date of sale; provided that
damages, including without limitation any consequential and/or exemplary damages, on the
such products are properly installed in accordance with NUPI Americas, Inc.’s specifications
part of NUPI Americas, Inc. in the event of NUPI Americas, Inc.’s delayed performance under
and published instructions by qualified installers who have been trained and certified by
this agreement or in connection with the delayed shipment, or delivery, of the products.
NUPI Americas, Inc. These respective warranties shall become immediately null and void
4 RESERVATION OF SECURITY INTEREST
if the products to which they apply: (i) are employed in above-ground applications; (ii) are
NUPI Americas, Inc. hereby reserves a purchase money security interest in the products
installed by anyone other than an installer trained by NUPI Americas, Inc.; or (iii) are installed
provided hereunder, or any other agreement between purchaser and NUPI Americas, Inc.,
in a manner which fails to comply with NUPI Americas, Inc.’s written installation instructions.
to secure the payment and performance of purchaser’s payment obligations hereunder.
AS THE SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY FOR ANY BREACH OF THE LIMITED WARRANTIES
Any provision of there terms of sale, the order confirmation or any other agreement between
SET FORTH ABOVE, NUPI Americas, Inc. WILL REPLACE NONCONFORMING GOODS
purchaser and NUPI Americas, Inc. to the contrary notwithstanding, any and all risks of
OR REFUND THE PURCHASE PRICE. THESE LIMITED WARRANTIES ARE IN LIEU OF ALL
loss of the products, and any and all other risks associated with the products, are, and
OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, THOSE
shall be, transferred to, and assumed by, the purchaser on the date of shipping of such
CONCERNING MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THESE
products by NUPI Americas, Inc.
LIMITED WARRANTIES ARE ALSO IN LIEU OF ANY OTHER POSSIBLE LIABILITIES OF NUPI
In the event of purchaser’s payment default, NUPI Americas, Inc. may, in addition to any
Americas, Inc., WHETHER ALLEGED TO HAVE ARISEN BY AGREEMENT OR BY OPERATION
other remedies at law or otherwise, reclaim the products and /or retain any and all sums
OF LAW, RESPECTING THE SALE, INSTALLATION, USE OR FUNCTION OF NUPI Americas,
previously paid by, or on behalf of, purchaser for such products.
Inc.’S PRODUCTS, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, CLAIMS OF NEGLIGENCE, GROSS
Any default by purchaser under the terms hereof shall, at NUPI Americas, Inc.’s option,
NEGLIGENCE, STRICT LIABILITY OR ANY OTHER TORT. IN NO EVENT SHALL NUPI Americas,
constitute an event of default under any other agreement to which purchaser and NUPI
Inc. BE LIABLE FOR PERSONAL INJURY OR DAMAGE TO REAL OR PERSONAL PROPERTY
Americas, Inc. are parties.
ATTRIBUTED TO ITS PRODUCTS, NOR FOR ANY EXCAVATION, REMOVAL, DOWNTIME,
5 ORDER ACCEPTANCE
CLEANUP, REMEDIATION, LOSS OF USE, LOSS OF OPPORTUNITY, LOSS OF MARKET VALUE,
No order from a purchaser shall become binding upon NUPI Americas, Inc. unless expressly
LOSS OF RENTAL VALUE, LOSS OF PROFITS, LOSS OF PRODUCTION, OR OTHER SPECIAL,
accepted, and confirmed, in writing by NUPI Americas, Inc., within five (5) days after receipt
INCIDENTAL, RESULTING, CONSEQUENTIAL OR EXEMPLARY DAMAGES.
of order. Orders and/or modifications of orders which have been made orally or by telephone
No person is authorised by NUPI Americas, Inc. to accept for it any other liability of any
must be confirmed in writing by the purchaser and the same shall not become binding
kind in connection with the sale or use of products sold and/or marketed by it.
upon NUPI Americas, Inc. unless approved and confirmed, in writing, by NUPI Americas, Inc.
11 RETURN MATERIALS POLICY
6 HANDLING FEE
Any provision of these terms of sale to the contrary notwithstanding, no purchaser shall
A handling fee of Fifty Dollars ($50.00) will be charged to any purchase order of less than
be authorised to return any products to NUPI Americas, Inc. unless:
One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00).
* NUPI Americas, Inc. authorises the return of the products in writing;
7 PRODUCT ACCEPTANCE
* The products are returned to such address specified by NUPI Americas, Inc. prepaid
Any claim or objection concerning one or more product acquired pursuant to these terms
freight in original packaging and accompanied by copy of the return authorization and
of sale, the order confirmation or any other agreement between the purchaser and NUPI
* The return of the products will result in the issuance by NUPI Americas, Inc. of a credit
Americas, Inc. must be in writing, and received by NUPI Americas, Inc. within ten days
which may be used by the purchaser for future purchases of products, from which
after delivery of such products to purchaser, otherwise the products shall be deemed to
credit shall be deducted a restocking charge in an amount equal to twenty per cent
have been accepted.
(20%) of the purchase price of the returned products.
8 PRODUCT COMPLIANCE AND WARRANTY
12 GOVERNING LAW
Subject to the provisions of paragraphs 9 and 10 hereof, NUPI Americas, Inc. guarantees that
These terms of sale shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the
the products comply with the technical specifications stipulated in the order confirmation,
State of Texas and the applicable laws of the United States of America. Courts within the
and the technical specifications published by NUPI Americas, Inc. covering the products
State of Texas shall have jurisdiction over any and all disputes arising under or pertaining
in effect on the shipping date of such products.
to these terms of sale, any order confirmation issued hereunder, and any modification of,
or amendment to, the same, and venue for any such dispute shall be in Texas.
Nupi Americas, Inc.
1511 Superior Way,
Houston - TX 77039 - U.S.A.
ph. +1 281 590 4471
fax +1 281 590 5268
[email protected]
www.nupiamericas.com

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