Indoor Sewerage Information

Pipelines and fittings for the indoor sewerage

Nowadays the plastic pipes used for sewerage are applied habitually not occasionally. Their advantages result in better cost, as well as performance parameters versus the cast-iron pipes. Plastic sewer pipes meet all requirements of the modern indoor and outdoor sewerage.

The plastic sewer pipes are the most cost-effective solution for any real estate item. The assembling of such pipes requires no optional equipment; the transportation is costless due to the material lightweight. Reliability and long service life are the key advantages of the plastic pipes, which are resistant to a corrosive medium impact; sustain heavy mechanical loads. Besides the plastic pipes are completely leaktight and possess a high capacity.

The polypropylene pipes are considered the most perfect among all plastic sewer pipes. The polypropylene pipes are corrosion-resistant (unlike polyvinylchloride and polyethylene) and sustain high-temperatures (more 90°С) of effluents very well.

The polypropylene pipelines serve longer. Considering the minimum costs for maintenance their service life achieves at least 50 years. The undeniable benefits of the polypropylene pipes specify their choice during utilities systems arrangement.

The basic mechanical and thermal behavior at 20°С
Property Method UOM Value
Density The National Standard GOST 15139-69 g/sm³ >0,91
Linear expansion factor The National Standard GOST 15173-70 1,5×10´
Tensile yield limit The National Standard GOST 11262-80 MPa 25-28
Rupture strength The National Standard GOST 15173-80 MPa 28-35
Elongation at failure The National Standard GOST /1262-80 % >100
Conductivity The National Standard GOST 23630-79 W/m °С 0,26
Chemical resistance of polypropylene sewage pipes
Chemical Concentration, % 20°С 60°С 100°С
Acetone 100 r cr
Aniline 100 r cr
Butane, bottled 100 r
Butane, gas 100 r r
Calcium chloride Standard r r r
Calcium nitrate Standard r r
Liquid  chlorine 100 n
Gaseous chlorine, crude 10 cr
Chloroform 100 cr
Chromium trioxide Standard r n
Glycerine 100 r r
Glycol alcohol 100 r r
Hexene 100 r cr

r – resistant, cr – conditionally resistant, n – non-resistant