BS ISO 17885:2015 - Plastics piping systems. Mechanical fittings for pressure piping systems. Specifications

BS ISO 17885:2015

Plastics piping systems. Mechanical fittings for pressure piping systems. Specifications

Status : Withdrawn   Published : September 2015

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This International Standard specifies the requirements and test methods for mechanical fittings intended to join plastic pressure piping systems including transition fittings to metal pipes for the following:

  • supply of gaseous fuels (GAS);

  • supply of water for human consumption (W), including raw water prior to treatment and for the supply of water for general purpose, as well as underground drainage and sewerage under pressure (P);

  • supply of water for irrigation (I);

  • industrial applications (IS).

This International Standard is applicable only to mechanical fittings with operating-temperature and pressure limits as indicated in the relevant systems standards.

NOTE

A list of International Standard for plastic pipes for which mechanical fittings can be used can be found in Annex A.

Flanges are not covered by this International Standard.

Mechanical fittings for hot and cold water systems inside buildings, as well as for district heating applications, are not covered by this International Standard.




Standard NumberBS ISO 17885:2015
TitlePlastics piping systems. Mechanical fittings for pressure piping systems. Specifications
StatusWithdrawn
Publication Date30 September 2015
Withdrawn Date31 March 2016
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ISO 10147, ISO 19899, ISO 12162, ISO 1167-1, ISO 2507-1, EN 10224, EN 12165, ISO 17778, ISO 4437-1:2014, ISO 13951, ISO 6957, ISO 9080, EN 10216-5, EN 10208-1, ISO 17467-1:2012, ISO 1167-2, ISO 1133-1, ISO 1043-1, ISO 1167-4, ISO 13783, EN 10216-1, ISO 228-1, ISO 3501, ISO 3459:1976, ISO 472, ISO 3451-4:1998, ISO 307, ISO 7-1, ISO 4633, ISO 3458, ISO 3503, ISO 6509:1981, ISO 306, EN 681-1, EN 10217-3, EN 681-2, ISO 6993-3, ISO 16486-1:2012, EN 10216-3, CEN/TS 13388, ISO 75-2, ISO 580:2005, ISO 7686, EN 12449, EN 12164, EN 1982, EN 10296-2, ISO 6993-1, ISO 13845, ISO 16010, ISO 13844, ISO 2507-2, ISO 23711, ISO 6993-2, ISO 1167-3, EN 10217-1, ISO 17456:2006, EN 682
Informative References(Provided for Information)ISO 5922:2005, ISO 1083, ISO 21004, EN 377, ISO 1452-2, ISO 4427-2:1996, ISO 15494, ISO/TR 10358, ISO 15493, ISO 4427-2, ISO 16422, ISO 18225, ISO/TR 7620, ISO 8779, ISO 10931, ISO 4437-2, ISO 497, ISO 16486-2, ISO 3, ISO 14531-1, CEN/TR 15438
ReplacesBS ISO 10838-3:2001, BS ISO 10838-2:2000, BS ISO 10838-1:2000
International RelationshipsISO 17885:2015
Draft Superseded By12/30255878 DC
DescriptorsFlanged fittings, Plastics, Gaseous fuels, Compression fittings, Pipe fittings, Mechanical components, Screwed fittings, Polyethylene, Welded fittings, Materials specification, Pipework systems, Metals, Gas-pipe fittings, Plastic pipes, Pipe connections
ICS23.040.45
75.200
Title in FrenchSystèmes de canalisations en plastiques. Raccords mécaniques pour les canalisations sous pression. Spécifications
CommitteePRI/88/2
ISBN978 0 580 77248 1
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
Pages52
File Size1.438 MB
NotesThis standard has been withdrawn as it cuts across normal accepted custom and practice in the Water Industry and could, possibly, promote the use of fittings that are not adequately Type Tested for use on PE water mains this will open the door for lower quality plastics fittings to be used on water supply in the UK
Price£254.00


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