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AS/NZS 4130:2009
Polyethylene (PE) pipes for pressure applications


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Document Type Standard
Status Current
Publisher:    Standards Australia
Committee PL-006
Supersedes:
AS/NZS 4130:2003
DR 07399



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Abstract

Specifies requirements for polyethylene pipes for the conveyance of fluids under pressure. Such fluids include, but are not restricted to, water, wastewater, slurries, compressed air, and fuel gas.

Scope

This Standard specifies requirements for polyethylene pipes for the conveyance of fluids under pressure. Such fluids include, but are not restricted to, water, wastewater, slurries, compressed air, and fuel gas. Fuel gas includes natural gas, liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) in the vapour phase and LPG/air mixtures. Gas pipes are not intended for service temperatures outside of the range (20°C to +35°C.
Pipes that do not contain carbon black, in compliance with this Standard, are not intended for extended exposure in direct sunlight.

Application

Means for demonstrating compliance with this Standard shall be in accordance with Appendix A.
Pipes intended for the transmission of fuel gas are hereinafter referred to as ‘gas pipes’ and shall be operated up to a MAOP of 1050 kPa gauge.
The test requirements specified in this Standard may be achieved by alternative test methods if such methods can be shown to provide equal or greater accuracy than those specified herein. In all cases of dispute, the methods specified in this Standard shall be considered the reference test methods.
NORMATIVE REFERENCES
The following documents are indispensable for the application of this Standard.
Documents referenced for informative purposes are listed in the Bibliography.
AS


1199
Sampling procedures for inspection by attributes

1199.1
Part 1:
Sampling schemes indexed by acceptance quality limit (AQL) for lot-by-lot inspection

1462
Methods of test for plastics pipes and fittings

1462.24
Part 24:
Determination of resistance to crack propagation-Test methods for slow crack growth in notched pipes (notch test)

AS/NZS


1462
Methods of test for plastics pipes and fittings

1462.1
Part 1:
Method for determining the dimensions of pipes and fittings

1462.4
Part 4:
Method of determining reversion UPVC pipes

1462.6
Part 6:
Thermoplastic pipes, fittings and assemblies for the transport of fluids under pressure-Resistance to internal pressure

1462.26
Part 26
Determination of weathering resistance of plastics pipes for external storage

1462.28
Part 28:
Method for the assessment of the degree of pigment or carbon black dispersion in polyolefin pipes, fittings and compounds

2566
Buried flexible pipes

2566.1
Part 1:
Structural design

AS/NZS


3500
Plumbing and Drainage

3500.0
Part 0:
Glossary of terms

4020
Testing of products for use in contact with drinking water

4131
Polyethylene (PE) compounds for pressure pipes and fittings

SA


HB18
Conformity assessment

HB18.28
Guidance on a third-party certification system for products

ISO


11357
Plastics-Differential scanning calorimetry (DSC)

11357-6
Part 6:
Determination of oxidation induction time (isothermal OIT) and oxidation induction temperature (dynamic OIT)

DEFINITIONS
For the purpose of this Standard, the definitions given in AS/NZS 3500.0, AS/NZS 4131, and those below apply.

History

First published in Australia in part as AS K119-1962.
Second edition 1969.
Revised and redesignated AS 1159-1973.
AS 1667.1 first published 1974.
AS 1667.2 first published 1974.
Second edition AS 1159-1979.
Second edition AS 1667.1-1984.
Second edition AS 1667.2-1984.
AS 2718.1 first published 1984.
AS 2718.2 first published 1984.
Third edition AS 1159-1988.
AS 1159-1988 revised and redesignated in part as AS 4130(Int)-1993.
First published in New Zealand in part as NZS 1189:1953 (endorsement of BS 1973:1953.).
Revised and redesignated NZSS 2034-1965.
Revised and redesignated NZSS 7602-1977.
NZS 7646 first published 1978.
NZS 7610 first published 1991.
AS 4130(Int)-1993, AS 1667.1-1984, AS 1667.2-1984, AS 2718.1-1984, AS 2718.2-1984 and part of NZS 7602-1977, NZS 7646-1978, NZS 7610-1991 jointly revised, amalgamated and redesignated AS/NZS 4130:1997.
Third edition 2001.
Fourth edition 2003.
Fifth edition 2009.

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