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Details: Advanced Drainage Systems 1100100 Non NSF 100 PSI Polyethylene Pipe
ADS PolyFlex Potable Grade Water Service Pipe is a leader in today's water service and irrigation markets. Its flexibility and durability distinguish it from the competition and make it ideal for a variety of application.
ADS Potable Water Service Pipe is strong and resistant to many common causes of damage such as vibrations, surface loads and pressure surges.
Certified to meet NSF/ANSI 14/61 standard
Durable plastic material stands the test of time
Flexibility makes it ideal for a variety of projects
Strength withstands weather and the human element
Incremental footage markers printed every 2 (0.6 m) throughout each coil length
Light weight for easy handling
Well/pump water systems
Resistant to rot or corrosion
Fast and easy to install
Easy installation provides cost efficiency
Flexible lengths can be installed in uneven terrain
Available in a variety of lengths
Landscape & agricultural irrigation systems
Residential & commercial water service pipe
This specification describes ADS PolyFlex Potable Water Service Pipe (IPS) SIDR 19, SIDR 15, SIDR 11.5, SIDR 9, and SIDR 7 for use in potable water service applications.
ADS potable water service pipe shall meet the requirements of ASTM D2239, AWWA C901 and NSF/ANSI Standards 14 and 61. Pipe dimensions shall meet Iron Pipe Size (IPS) standards.
Pipe material shall be high-density polyethylene conforming to the minimum requirements of cell classification 445574C CC3 or 445574E CC3 as defined and described in ASTM D3350, except that carbon black content should not exceed 3.0%. The resin shall have a material designation code of PE4710 by the Plastic Pipe Institute.
The active chlorine content of disinfecting solutions shall not exceed 12%. All disinfecting solution must be flushed from all lines within the system. Industry accepted procedures, like ANSI/AWWA C651 Disinfecting Water Mains, should be followed for both new and repaired potable water lines.
Installation is similar to other flexible pipe products. Methods including direct bury, plowing or pulling are applicable per local, state or federal guidelines for the application.