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iS:lOl24( Put 11).

1888
( Reaffirmed 1998 )

Indian Standard

SPECIFICATION FOR
FABRICATED PVC FITTINGS FOR
POTABLE WATER SUPPLIES
PART 11 SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS
(

FOR 30 BENDS

First Revision )

First Reprint DECEMBER 1993

UDC

621.643.4.062.3

[678.743.22]:636.117

0 Copyright 1989

BUREAU
MANAK

Gr2

OF
BHAVAN.

INDIAN
9

BAHADUR

NEW

DELHI

STANDARDS
SHAH

ZAFAR

MARG

110002

January 1989

IS : 10124 ( Part 11) - 1988

Indian Standard

SPECIFICATION FOR
FABRICATE'DPVC FITTINGS~FOR
POTABLE WATER SUPPLIES
PART11

SPECIFIC

REQUIREMENTS

FOR 30 BENDS

( First Revision )
0.

FOREWORD

0.1 This Indian Standard ( Part 11 ) ( First Revision ) was adopted


by the Bureau of Indian
Standards on 20 June 19S8, after the draft
finalized by the Sanitary Appliances and Wztcr
Fittings Sectional Committee had been approved
by the Civil Engineering Division Council.

0.2 The fabricated PVC fittings are to be used


forjointing to the PVC pipes covered by IS :
4985-1988*.

Specific
Specific
Specific
metallic

Part 7
adaptors

Specific

Part 8

requirements
requirements
requirements
flanges
requirements

for 60 bends
for 45 bends

Part 11 Specific requirements

for 30 bends

Part 12 Specific requirements

for 22g bends

Part 13 Specific requirements

for lly

bends

0.3.1 Part 1 of this series deals with the general


requirements applicable to all fabricated PVC
fittings. Specific requirements
of different types
of fittings are covered in separate parts of the
standard. This standard ( Part 11 ) deals with the
specific requirements
for 30 bends. This part
was first published in 1982. The present revision
has been taken up to extend the size of fittings to
630 mm in line with the sizes of pipes specified in
IS : 4985-1988.

0.3 The requirements


of the fabricated PVC
fittings are covered in the following thirteen parts
of the standard:
Part 1 General requirements
Part 2 Specific requirements for sockets
requirements
for straight
Part 3 Specific
reducers
Part 4
Part 5
Part 6
pieces with

Part 9 Specific requirements


Part 10 Specific requirements

0.4 For the purpose of deciding whether a particular requirement of this standard is complied
with, the final value, observed or calculated,
expressing the result of a test or analysi-s, shall be
rounded off in accordance with IS : 2-1960t.
The number of significant places retained in the
rounded off value should be same as that of the
specified value in this standard.

for caps
for equal tees
for flanged tail
for threaded

Specific i-equirements for 90 bends

*Specification for unplasticized PVC pipes for potable


water supplies ( second revision ).
TRules for rounding off numerical values ( revised ).

*Specification for unplasticized PVC pipes for potable


water supplies ( second revision ).

1. SCOPE

criteria for conformity


10124 (Part 1 )-1988*.

1.1 This standard ( Part 1 I ) lays down the requirements for manufactcre. dimensions and marking
for fabricated PVC 30bends for potable water
supplies.

shall

conform

to IS :

2.2 Manufacture
2.2.1 A typical
shown in Fig. 1.

illustration

of 30

bend

is

2. REQUIREMENTS
2.1 General material,

sizes,

*Specification

The

general requirements
methods
of test, sampling

for fabricatad
PVC fittings for potable
1 General
requirements
(first

water supplies: Part

for
and

revision ).

IS : 10124 ( Pm-i 11 ) - 1988

2.2.3

I Ilc Iwntls m;ly cillicf


be plain al both
cillw
;lt OIlC Clld Or ill hOtI ClldS
3s :l~rcctl lo lxAwccl1 ihc manui-Llcturcr :Illti the
purcll:lscr. Ill c:\sc ol- SWkCl, 111C;1s1I10mCI11s
sl1;1ll
COllll~ly with IS : 10121
( Iilrt I )-l!ItiS*.

CllllS

01 SoChClCd

NIWIC I - I-or O-25 Mlo prcsaurc clxw. fabl-ica!cd


bends SIIOUIJ IW Ix ~naclcfrom 0.25 Ml% prcssurc class
pilws. li,r lhis. bcnda ni:idc frown 0.4 hll'a preasura
cl:Wi pipe should lx used.
NOTIC2 - The drawing ia only intcndcd to dcftne the
terms used in T:tblc I nnd is not inlcndcd lo illustratr
vpcci tic dcsiyn fcui urcs.

FIG. I

30

BENI)

*Specification kor fabricated PVC


wntcr supplies:
revision ).
l-AlIl,lZ 1 I~lMlSNSlONS

Part

General

titlings for
requirements

potable
( yjrsr

OP 30 IWNDS

( Ch~rrsrs 2.2.2. 2.2.3 and Fig. I )


All dimensions
I

S17,E

(1)
63
75
90
110
125
140
I60
I80

(2)

hllNl,llM

Rt

Alin

Min
( only for

plainbcnds

in milliniclrrs.
ran

r-----0.4 MPa
( Clrss 2 )

WA1 I. 1IllWNJWl
( t)
W~~lcnlNtr Ptllcsnl~,~E
A-_----_

0.6 MPa
( Class 3 )

1.0 MZ
(Class4)

99

(3)
63

(4)
IX9

(5)
1.4

(6)
2.0

118

75

225

17

2.4

3.8

142

90

270

l-9

2.8

4.s

173

I IO

3%)

2.3

34

5.5

197

I25

375

2.7

3.9

63

220

140

420

2.9

4,4

7.0

(7)
32

252

I60

4x0

3.4

4,9

8.0

2x3

IHO

540

3.x

55

9.0

314

200

6Oa

4.2

G.2

10.0

354

22s

675

4,7

69

11.2

393

250

750

52

7.1

125

440

280

840

58

8.6

13.9

495

31s

945

05

97

156

55x

355

I 065

7-3

IO.8

17.7

628

400

I 200

8.2

12.2

198

707

450

I 350

9.3

13.7

22.4

785

500

I 500

IO.3

15.3

24-t

X80

500

990

630

I 6HO
I HYO

I Ih
130

17.2
19.2

27-t
31.3

NIWR - Minimunl
w;~ll thickness is c;~lcul:~tcJ on the basis of 90 pcrccnt OF the minimum
cc,rrcspondlng size and the prcssurc cl:~ss of pipe rounded otT IO the next higher O-I mm.
30
* 1 is c;~lcul:clcd from
x 2x H.
300
tR, r;ldius of lllc kid.

is cqrl:ll lo 3 times the norni:ll t>lltsidc tli:lmclcr

( I) ).

wall thickness of the

IS : 10124 ( Part 11) - 1988

cl The degree of bend; and

The bend shall be marked in colour as


indicated below for different classes of
fittings:
Class of Fitting
Colour
Class 2~( 04 MPa )
Blue
Class 3 ( 06 MPa )
.Green
Class 4 ( 10 MPa )
Yellow

3.1.1 Each 30 bend fitting may also be marked


with the Standard Mark.

NOTE -The
use of the Standard Mark is governed
by the provision of the Bureau of Indian Standards
Act 1986 and the Rules and Regulations made thereunder. The Standard Mark on products covered by
an Indian Standard conveys the assurance that they
have been produced to comply with the requirements
of that standard under a well defined system of
inspection, testing and quality control which is devised
and supervised by BIS and operated by the producer.
Standard marked products are also continuously
checked by BIS for conformity to that standard as a
further safeguard. Details- of-conditions under which
alicence for the use of the Standard Mark may be
granted to manufacturers or producers may be obtained
from the Bureau of Indian Standards.

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