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Indian Standard CENTRIFUGALLY CAST ( SPUN) IRON PRESSURE PIPES FOR WATER, GAS AND SEWAGE SPECIFICATION ( Fourth Revision)
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res 23.040.10

c BIS2001
BUREAU
MANAK

OF

INDIAN
BAHADUR

STANDARDS
SHAH ZAFAR MARG

BHA VAN, 9

NEW DELHI 110002

July 2001

Prfee Group 8

Pig Iron and Cast Iron Sectional Committee, MTD 6

FOREWORD This Indian Standard was adopted by the Bureau-of Indian Standards, after the draft finalized by the Pig Iron and Cast Iron Sectional Committee, had been approved by the Metallurgical Engineering Division Council. This standard was first published in 1960 and subsequently revised in 1967, 1976 and 1989. While reviewing this standard, in view of the experience gained, the Committee has decided to revise it incorporating the following modifications: a) Amendments issued have been incorporated.

b) Definition of various terms have been incorporated. c) A clause on type of joints and inter-connection has been incorporated.

d) Tolerance on barrel diameter and socket dimensions ( push-on joints) have been modified. e) A general clause on Quality Assurance System has been incorporated.

In the preparation of this standard due consideration has been given to the manufacturing and trade practices followed in the country in this field and assistance has been derived from the following International Specifications: ISO 13 : 1978 Grey iron pipes, special castings and grey iron parts for pressure main lines; issued by the International Organization for Standardization ( ISO ). BS : 4622 Specification for grey iron pipes and fittings, issued by the British Standards Institution ( BSI ). The composition of the committee responsible for formulation of this standard is given in AnnexC. 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, shall be rounded off in accordance with IS 2 : 1960 'Rules for rounding off numerical values ( revised )'. The number of significant places retained in the rounded off value should be the same as that of the specified value in this standard. .

IS 1536: 2001

Indian Standard

CENTRIFUGALLY CAST ( SPUN) IRON PRESSURE PIPES FOR WATER, GAS AND SEWAGE~.
SPECIFICATION

( Fourth Revision)
I. SCOPE 1.1 This standard covers the requirements for centrifugally cast (spun) iron pipes for pressure main lines for water, gas and sewage, manufactured in metal ( lined or unlined) orsand lined moulds. By sand it is to be understood, sand or mineral based materials used in foundry trade irrespective of the type of bonding agents. 1.2 This standard is applicable to cast iron pipes having socket/spigot ( both lead caulked or push on flexible ) or flanges as specified in this stand8rd. Increasing use is being made of various fonns of Mechanical and or differently designed 'Push-on' flexible joints, it is not possible to include such joints in this standard. without. restricting their future development. This standard is also applicable to such mechanical and push-on joints, apart from what is specified in the Standard, whose the inner profile of socket end and spigot end of the pipe shall depend on the type of rubber gasket ensuring that the overall dimensions are maintained for reasons of safety and interchangeability.
NOTE -:- The word "push.on flexible joint" have ~ referrcd.8S "push-onjoint" hence forth in this stand8rd.

[SHo. S382: 1985

Title

Rubber sealing ring for gas mains, water mains and sewers (first revision) Method of sampling of cast iron pipes and fittings Dimensional requirements of rubber gaskets for mechanical joints and push-on joints for use with cast iron pipes and fittings for carrying water, gas and sewage - Specification Cast iron specials for mechanical and push-on flexible joints for pressure pipe lines for water, gas and sewage

11606: 1986 12820: 1989

13382: 1992

3DEFlNrnoNS

For the purpose of this standard, definitions shall apply. 3.1 Pipe

the following

Casting ofunifonn bore, straight in axis, having either socket, spigot or flanged ends, except for flangedsockets, ftanged-spigots and collars which are classified as 'fittings. 3.1 FiUiDI' Casting OCher than a pipe which allows pipeline deviation, .change of direction or bore. In addition flanged-sockets, flangcd~pigots and collars are also classified as fittings.
3.3

2 REFERENCES

2.1 The following Indian Standards contain provisio~ which through reference in this text, constitute provisions of this standard. At the time of publication, the editions indicated were valid. All standards are subject to revision and parties to agreements based on this standard are encouraged to investigate the possibility ofapplying the most recent editions of the standards lndlceted below: . . [SHo. 638: 1979 1387: 1993
Title

Accessory

Any item other than a pipe or fitting which is used in a pipeline, such ,as : glands and bolts for mechanical flexible joints

Sheet rubber jointing and rubber insertion jolntlng : General requirements for the supply of metallurgical materials (second revision) Mechanical testing of metals . Tensile testing ( second revision)

glands, bolts and locking rings or segments for restrained joints


. NOTE - Valves ad hydrants of all types are not covered by the term accessory.

3.4 FtaDlc

1608: 1995

Flat circular end of a pipe or fitting, extending perpendieuJar to its axis, with bolt holes equally spaced .on ,. circle.

IS 1536 : 2001
NOTE - A flange may be fixed ( for example integrally cast, threaded-on or adjustable; an adjustable flange comprises a ring, in one or several parts bolted together, which bears _ on an end joint hub and can be freely rotated around the pipe axis before jointing. .

have been taken as the basis for evolving the series ofplpes, Class A allows a 10 percent increase in thickness over class LA. Class B allows a 20 percentincrease in thickness over Class LA. 4.J.lForspecial uses, Classes C,D or E may be derived after allowing corresponding increases of thickness ono, 40 or 50 percent respectively. 4.2 Centrifugally Cast Pipes with screwed on Flanges to this standard shall be of Class 'B' only. For special use'sClass C, D or E may be made available under mutual agreement between manufacturer and customer. 5 SUPPLY OF MATERIAL 5.1 The general requirements relating to the supply of the material are laid down in IS 1387. 6 MANUFACfURE 6.1 The metal used for the manufacture for pipes shall be of good quality commensurate with the mechanical requirement laid down in 11. It shall be manufactured by any method at the discretion of the manufacturer provided that the requirements defined in this standard are complied with. 6.2 The pipes shall drilled or machined. be accepted provided unmachined surface be such that they could be cut, In case of dispute the pipes may hardness measured on the external does not exceed 230 HBS.

3.5 Collar; Coupling - Connecting piece used to join together the spigots of mating pipes or fittings. 3.6 Spigot Male end of a pipe.

3.7 Socket - Female end of a pipe to make the joint with the spigot of an adjacent component. 3.8 Gasket Sealing component of a joint.

3.9 Joint - Connection between the ends of pipes in which a gasket is used to effect a seal. 3.10 Flexible JoinfA connection between individual pipes that provide angular deflection or axial movement, or a combination of both, in service without impairing the efficiency of the connection. 3~n Push-in Flexible Joint-A flexiblejointin which an elastomeric gasket is located in the socket and the joint assembly is effected by entering the spigot through .the gasket into the socket. 3.12 Flanged Joint Joint between two flanged ends.

3.13 Nominal Size DN - Numerical designation of size which is common to all components ina piping system. It is a convenient round number for reference purposes and is only loosely related to manufacturing dimensions. 3.14 Nominal Pressure PN - A numerical designation expressed by a number which is used for reference purposes. All components of the same nominal size DN designated by the same PNnwnber have compatible mating dimensions. 3.15 Length - Effective length of a pipe, as shown on the drawings.
NOTE - For flanged pipes the effective length is equal to the overall length and is noted L. For socketed pipes the effective length is equal to the overall length minus the spigot insertion depth.

6.3 Pipes centrifugally cast shaH be heat treated in order to achieve the necessary mechanical properties and to relieve casting stresses. 6.3.1 Ifnecessary, the pipes may be subjected to reheat treatment to ensure that Brinell hardness does not exceed the specified value and the specified mechanical properties are satisfied. 7 SURFACE CONDITION AND REPAIRS

3.16 Ovality - Out of. roundness of a pipe section; . . A.-A2 It IS equal to 100 ( ) where AI' is the AI+~ . . maximum axis and A2 the minimwn axis of the pipe crosssection. 3.17 Deviation on Length - Amount by which the design length may differ from the standardized length ofapipe. 4 CLASSIFICATION 4.1 Pipes have been classified in this standard as LA, A and 8 according to their thickness. Class LA pipes

7~1 The pipes shall be stripped with all precautions to avoid warping or shrinkage defects, detrimental to their good quality. The pipes shall be sound and free from defects and surface imperfections which could impair their compliance with the requirements of this standard. Pipes showing small imperfections which result from the method of manufacture, and which do not affect their serviceability, shall not be rejected on that account alone. Minor defects arising out of manufacturing process may be rectified with the consent of the purchaser. 7.2 Repairing of defects by soldering or application of epoxy putty may be carried out to such minor defects provided that the repair pipes comply with all the requirements of7.3. 7.3 When necessary, pipes may be repaired to remove

IS 1536: 2001 surface imperfections and localized defects which do not affect the entire wall thickness, provided that the repaired pipes comply with all the requirement of 11 and 12 of this standard. 7.4 Only minor defects up to 100 mm2 area can be categorized as salvagible, Section thickness of such defects should be less than 15 percent of nominal wall thickness. 8 TYPE OF JOINTS AND INTER-CONNECfION 8.1 General Joint designs for socket and spigot pipe suitable for lead joint and push-onjoint which are generally followed in this country are given in this standard. Details of standard flanged joint is also given in this standard. 8.2 This standard does not restrict the use of other type of joints or future development of other joints as long as over all dimensions are maintained for reasons of safety and interchangeability. 8.3 Push-on Joint In case of push-on flexible joints, the spigot ends shall be suitably chamfered or rounded offfor smooth entry of pipe in the socket fitted with the rubber gasket. 8.4 Flexible Joints Pipes with flexible joints shall conform to 13.3 of this standard for their spigot external diameters DE and their tolerances. This offers the possibility of interconnection between components equipped with different types of flexible joints.
NOTE - For interconnection with existing pipelines which may have external diameters not in compliance with 13.3, the manufacturer's guidance will be followed as to the appropriate means of interconnection ( for example adapters ).

8.5.3 The cast iron pipes having screwed on flanges - shall be sealed at the threaded joint between the pipe and the flange by a suitable sealing compound. Unless otherwise specified, the sealing compound applied to the threaded joint shall be suitable for use with 'raw' and potable water ( up to a temperature of 100C ), gas and normal domestic sewage. 8.5.4 Alternative types of sealing compound, for pipes used for other duties, such as, carrying industrial effluents, chemicals and town gas; shall be compatible and shall be the subject of agreement between the manufacturer and the purchaser. 8.5.5 For screwed on flanged pipes, the method of screwing and the exact form of thread are left to the discretion of the manufacturer in view of the fact that flanges are never removed after screwing on the barrels of the pipes. 8.5.6 The range of Cast iron pipe having screwed on flanges shall be up to and including ON 600 and shall conform to the requirement of Tables 5 and 9. 8.6 Materials in Contact with Potable Water 8.6.1 When used under the conditions for which the> are to be subjected, in permanent or in temporary contact with water intended for human consumption, Cast iron pipes and their joints shall not deteriorate the quality of water or should not impart any taste or odour. 9 RUBBER GASKETS 9.1 Rubber gaskets for use with push-on-joints conform to IS 5382. shall

9.2 The dimension of rubber gaskets, for use with pushon joint as per this standard, shall conform to IS 12820. 9.3 Rubber gaskets for use with flanged joints shall conform to IS 638. 10 SAMPLING 10.1 Sampling criteria for various tests, unless specified in the standard, shall be as laid down in IS 11606. 10.2 The mechanical acceptance tests shall be carried out on cast iron pipes grouped in batches as follows. Each batch shall be made up ofpipes cast successively as follows:

8.4.1 For high pressure mains, over working pressure 1.6. MPa suitable flexible joint may be preferred where the joint is restrained against axial movement. 8.5 Flanged Joints The dimensions and tolerances of the screwed on flanges of pipes shall comply with details given in 13.4. This ensures interconnection between all flanged components ( pipes, fittings, valves ... ) of the same DN and PN and adequate joint performance. 8.5.1 In case of cast iron pipes with screwed on flanges the flanges shall be at right angle to the axis of the pipe machined on face. ";':,<; uuli iioles shall be cored or drilled. 8.5.2 The bolt hole circle shall be concentric with the bore and holes of the two flanges of the pipe shall be correctly aligned.

Size Range
(DN) 80-300 350-600 700-] 000 Above 1 050

Batch Size
200 pipes 100 pipes SO pipes 25 pipes

IS 1536 : 2001 11 MECHANICAL TESTS 11.1 General Mechanical tests shall be carried out, during manufacture. Tests for every four hours of production shall be conducted. :However, for pipes 700 DNand above manufactured by controlled cooled process, at least one tensile test for every 2S pipes or part thereof produced during the day shall be conducted: The result obtained shall be taken to represent all the pipes of all sizes made during that period. 11.2 Ring Test and Tensile Test The ring test shall be conducted for pipes for sizes up to and including 300mm as per the details given in Annex A J). For sizes beyond 300 mm bar tests are to be conducted. Test one test piece obtained by cutting rings or bars from the spigot end of one pipe selected for testing except for pipes manufactured under controlled cooled process described in II.1. For sizes beyond 300 mm, tensile test shall be conducted as per the details given in IS ]608. a) Ring test ( for pipes centrifugally cast in metals and moulds) Nominal Diameter Modulus of Rupture. Min MPa 390 two additional tests shall be made on test pieces - selected from two other pipes from the same lot. ]fboth the test results satisfy the specified requirements, the lot shall be accepted. Should either oftheso additional test pieces fail, the lot shall be deemed as not complying with this standard. U.4.1In the event oflot not found conforming tothis standard, the same may be re-offered for inspection after reheat treatment.
12 HYDROSTATIC

TEST

11.1 Pipes shall be tested hydrostatically at the pressure specified in Tables.] and 2, as appropriate. To perform the test, the pressure shall be applied internally and shall be steadilymaintained for a period of minimum lOs. The pipes shall withstand the pressure test and shall not show any sign ofleakage, sweating or other defects. As far as possible the hydrostatic test shall be conducted before coating the pipes. 12.1 Works Test Requirements':""- Socket and spigot . pipes shall withstand test pressures specified in Table I. Flanged pipes shall withstand hydrostatic test pressures specified in Table 2.

NOTE- Sugcsted maximum pressure(inclusiveofsurge) and maximumhydrostatictest pressure after iristal1ation for socket and spigot pipes and flanged pipes are given in Annex B for information.
11.1.1 When pipes are required for higher test pressures, test pressures are subject to special agreement between the purchaser and the manufacturer.

Up to and including 300 mm b)

Tensile test for pipes over 300 mm Type of Mould

Nominal Diameter Over 300 mm and up to and' including 600 mm Over600mm

Tensile Stre"gth Mi". MPa 200 ]80 180

i) For pipes centrifugally cast in metal moulds

ii) For pipes centrifugally cast in sand lined moulds

All diameters

NOTE- For pipes ofClass-C and above minimumtensile shouldbe 180 MPa. 11.2.1 All pipes from which rings or bars have been cut for quality checks shall be accepted by the purchaser as complete lengths. 11.3 Brinell Hardness Test Table 1 Hydrostatic Test Pressure for CentrifulaUy Cut Socket and Spigot Pipes (Clauses 12.1 and 12.2)
Cia Hydrostatic Tat Pressure for Works, A.

For checking the Brinell hardness specified in 6.2 the test shall be carried out .on the test ring or bars cut from the pipes used for tests under 11.2 in accordance "i.iaiS i500. 11.4 Retest If test piece representing a lot fails in the first instance
J)

Mr.

Up to ON 6001) (Including)
(2)

ON 700

and

Above

(I).

(3) I.S

LA
A B

3.S 3.S 3.S

2.0 2.S

For further detailsof Ring test and Tensiletestreferto Annc:K _11_O_N A. __ N_O_m_inal __ di Bme_ter._.
4

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Table 2 Hydrostatic Test Pressue for Centrifugally Cast Pipe. with Screwed on F1a.gea (Clauses 12.land 12.2) Class HydrostaticTe.tPres.ure lor Wo. Mra . A . . respectively.

. 13.6 Dimensions and mass of uncoated flanges and


barrel of flanged pipes ( Class B ) centrifugally with screwed flanges are given in Table 9. cast

(I) B
I)

(2)

(3)

. NOTE - Mass for sockets, pipe barrels aDd flanges as given in Tables 6 to 9 are calculated on the basis of the density of cast iron as 7.15 kgldm3

2.5
DN Nominal diameter.

1.6

14 TOLE,"NCE 14.1 Tolerance on Barrel Diameter Dimensions Suitable for (Lead Joint) and Socket

13 SIZES AND DIMENSIONS 13.1 The range of nominal diameter, ON, of pipes and
flanges followed in .this standard is as follows: 80, 100, 125,150,200,250,300,350,400,450,500, 600,700,750,800,900, lOO&and I050 Itlm. The range of nominal diameter ri~ for~creWed on flanges will be 80, 100, 125, 150;200;250; 300;350, 400, 450, 500 and 600 mm.

The tolerances shall be as follows: Dimensions


a) ~emal diameter of barrel (DE) b) Internal diameter of socket (OJ) c) Depth of socket(P)

Nominal DiameterDN
All diameters

Tolerances

om
:I: 1/2 f":I: (4.5 +0.0015 DN) :l:ll3f"':I:(3 +0.001 ON)

All diameters

13.2 Working lengths"L" of socket and spigot pipes and for flanged pipes followed in this standard are as follows:
a) b) Socket and spigot pipes: 3.0, 3.5, 3.66,4,4.5, 5,5.5 and 6 m; Flanged pipes: 2.75, 3, 4, 4.5,5,5.25 and 5.5 m.

Up to and including DN 600 Over DN 600 up :I:5 to an~ including 1 050 :I:10

13.3 Dimensions for socket and spigot of pipes for lead joint and for push-on joint irrespective of class are given in Tables 3 and 4 respectively.

NOTE - 'f' is the caulking space of the joint in mm and is equal to ( 9 + 0.003 DN ).

13.4 Dimensions of screwed flanges of pipes and standard flange drilling of flanged pipes are given in TableS. 13.5 Dimensions and mass of uncoated socket and barrel of both the lead joint and push-on Joint pipes are given in Tables 6, 7 and 8 for Class LA, A andB Nominal Diameters
t

14.1.1 The maximum or minimum jointing space resulting from these tolerances' is such that the jointing of the pipes and fittings is not adversely affected.

1".2 ToleraDces on Barrel Diameter Di~ensions (Push-on Joints)

and Socket

Tolerances on barrel diameter and socket dimensions (push-on joints) shall be as follows:

Tolerances on Socket, mm
A

ON
(1) 80-200 250-300 350-450
5()().6()()

DJ (2) :I:1.50 :I:1.50 :I:1.50 :I:1.75 :1:2.5 :1:3.0 (3) +2.0 -1.0 +2.0 - 1.25 +2.0 - 1.5 +2.0 -1.75 +3.0 -2.0 +4.0 -3.0

J (4) +1.5 -0.5

K (5) :1:2.0 :1:2.5 :1:3.0 :1:3.5 :1:4.0 :1:5.0

P (6) +5.0 -15.0 +5.0 -10.0 :1:10.0 :I:10.0 :I:10.0 :I:10.0

Q
(7)

0 (8) :1:0.5 :1:0.5 :1:0.5 :1:0.5 :1:0.5 :1:0.5

N
(9) :I:1.0 1.0 :I:1.0 :I:1.0 :I:1.6 :I:1.0

[E

(10) :1:2.0 :1:2.25 :1:2.25 :1:2.25 :1:2.75 :1:325

:1:3.0 :1:3.0 :1:4.0 :1:4.0 5.0 :1:6.0

+ 1.5 - 1.0
+2.0 - 1.0 +2.0 - 1.0 +2.5 -1.5 +2.5 -2.0

700-800 900-1600

IS 1536 : 2001 Table 3 Dimensions orSoekets a"d Spigots or Pipes ( Lead Joint) (Clause

n.3 )
a ";3 +.0.001 g=- 20 +'0.03 h =- 8 + (t025 f=- 9 + 0.003 DN DN DN

DN

All dimensions in millimctrcs. Nomi 1 Diameter DNmm (1) 80 100 125 150 200 250 300 350 400
450

Barrel

Socket

Dlme-lionl

Joint Thickness

DE
(2) 98 118 144 170 222 274 326 378 429 480 532 635 738 790 842 945 I 048 1 124

DJ
(3) 116 137 163 189 241 294 346 398 449 501 553 657 760 813 865 968 1072 I 143

P (4) 84 88 91 94 100 103 105 107 110 112 115 120 122 123 125 128 128 128

g Min
I

h
Min . (6) 10.0 10.5 11.0 12.0 13.0 14.5 15.5 17.0 18.0 19.0 '20.5 23.0 25.5 27.0 28.0 30.5 33.0 36.0

a
(optional) (7) 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.5 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 5.0

K
(8) 8.5 8.5 8.5 8.5 8.5 8.5 8.5 8.5 8.5 8.5 8.5 8.5 8.5 8.5 8.5 8.5 8.5 8.5

L (9) 9 9 9 11 12 14 14 14 15 18 20 22 24 25 25 27 28 28

M (10) 1414 14 16 17 18 18 19 20 22 24 25 26 28 28 30 32 32

N (11) 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

/
(12) 9.0 9.5 9.5 9.5
9.5

(5) 22.$ 23.0 24.0 24.~ 26.0 27.5 29.0 30.5 32.0 33.5 35.0 38.0 41.0 42.5 44.0 47.0 50.0 52.0

10.0 10.0 10.0 10.0 10.5 10.5 11.0 11.0 11.5 11.5 11.5 12.0 12.0

3
3 3 3

500 600 700 750 800 900 I 000 I OSO NOTES

.3
3 3 3 3

I Dimensions K, L, M and N are for gu.idance only. 2 Dimensions figures 'g' and 'K' do not effect in~bangeability, 3 For alternate design L - M. they only indicate minimum permissible thickness.

IS 1536: 2001 Table 2 Hydrostatic Test Pressu.re for Centrifugally Cast Pipes with Screwed on Fla.ges (Clauses 12Jand 12.2)
Clul Hydrostatie TeltPreslure for Worb, MPa A . r~spectively. . 13.6 Dimensions and mass of uncoated flanges and barrel of flanged pipes ( Class 8 ) centrifugally cast with screwed flanges are given in Table 9.
o

(I) B
I)

(2) 2.S

(3) 1.6

NOTE - Mus for sockets, pipe barrels aDd flanges as Biven inl:ablcs 6 to 9 are calculated on the basis of the density of cast iron as 7.1 SkgldmJ

DN -

Nominal diameter.

13 SIZES AND DIMENSIONS 13.1 The range of nominal diameter, ON, of pipes and flanges followed in .this standard is as follows: 80, 100, 125,150,200,250,300,350,400,.450, 500t 600,700,750,800, 900, iOOOan~ I OS~mm. The range of nominal diameter ON forscrewed on flanges will be 80, 100, 125, 150; 200;250, 300,350, 400, 450, 500 and 600 mm. 13.2 Working lengths"L" of socket and spigot pipes and for flanged pipes followed in this standard are as follows: a) b) Socket and spigot pipes: 3.0,3.5,3.66,4,4.5, 5,5.5 and 6 m; Flanged pipes: 2.75, 3,4,4.5,5,5.25 and 5.5 m.

14 TOLE,"NCE 14.1 Tolerance on Barrel Diameter and Socket Dimensions Suitable tor ,(Lead Joint) Fhe tolerances shall be as follows: Dimensions
a) ~xternal diameter of barrel (DE) b) Internal diameter of socket (OJ) c) Depth of socket{P)

Nominal DiameterDN
All diameters

Tolerances '
nm 1/2 f=-( 4.5 +0.001 SON) 1/3 f""(3 +0.001 ON)

All diameters

13.3 Dimensions for socket and spigot of pipes for lead joint and for push-on joint irrespective of class are given in Tables 3 and 4 respectively. 13.4 Dimensions of screwed flanges of pipes and standard flange drilling of flanged pipes are given in Table 5. 13.5 Dimensions and mass of uncoated socket and barrel of both the lead joint and push-on Joint pipes are given in Tables 6, 7 and 8 for Class LA, A and B

Up to and including ON 60'0 Over ON 600 up 5 to and including I 050 10 NOTE -'f' is the caulking space of the joint in mm and is equal to ( 9 + 0.003 ON ).

14.1.1 The maximum or minimum jointing space resulting from these tolerances is such that the jointing of the pipes and fittings is not adversely affected. 14.2 Tolera.en on Barrel Diameter and Socket Di. en.ion. (Pu.1t-on Joints) Tolerances on barrel diameter and socket dimensions (push-on joints) shall be as follows:

Nominal Diameters
f

Tolerances on SocUI, mm
A

ON
(1) 80-200 250-300 350-450 500-600 700-800 900-1600

DJ
(2)

I (3)

J (4) + 1.5 -0.5 + 1.5 -1.0 +2.0 -1.0 +2.0 -1.0 +2.5 -1.5 +2.5 -2.0

K
(5) ::i:2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0 5.0 5

P (6) +5.0 -15.0 +5.0 -10.0 10.0


:I:

Q
(1) 3.0 3.0 4.0 :1:4.0 5.0 6.0

0
(8) 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5

N (9) 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.6 1.0

IE
(10) 2.0 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.75 325

1.50 . +2.0 -1.0 1.50 1.50 1.75 2.5 :1:3.0 +2.0 -1.25 +2.0 -1.5 +2.0 -1.75 +3.0 -2.0 +4.0 -3.0

10.0

1O.0 10.0

IS 1536 : 2001 Table 3 Dimensions orSoekets d Spigots or Pipes ( Lead Joint) (Clause
13.3)
Q ";'3 +.0.001 ON g = 20 +'0.03 ON h = 8 + Q.02S ON f= 9 + 0.003 DN

All dimeQions in millimetrcs Nominal Diameter DNmm (1) 80 100 125 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 600 700 750 800 900 I 000 I 050 Barrel Socket DJ (3) 116 137 163 189 241 294 346 398 449 Dimn.ion.
Q

Joint Th.ickness

DE
(2) 98 118 144 170 222 274 326 378 429 480

P
(4)' 84 88 91 94 100 103 105 107 110 112 115 120 122 123 12.5 128 128 1~8

g Min

h
Min . (6) 10.0 10.S 11.0 12.0 13.0 14.5

K
(8)

L (9) 9 9 9

M
(10) 14' 14 14 16 17 18 18 19 20 22 24

N (11) 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

(optional) (7) 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0

f
(12) 9.0

(S) 22.S
23.0 24.0

8.S 8.S 8.S 8.S 8.S 8.S


8.5

9.5 9.S 9.S


9.5 10.0 10.0 10.0 10.0 10.5 10.S 11.0 11.0 11.5 11..5 11.5 12.0 12.0

24.S
26.0

II
12 14 14 14

27.S
29.0

3.S
3.5 3.5

IS.S
17.0 18.0 19.0

30.S
32.0 33.5

8.S

3.S
3.5 3.5

s.s
8.5

IS
18 20 22 24

SOl
553 657
760 813 86.5 968 1072 I 143

3
3 3 3

532
635 738 790 842 94.5 I 048

3S.0
38.0 41.0

20.S
23.0

3.S 3.5
4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 5.0

s.s s.s
8.5

25
26 28 28 30 32 32

25.5
27.0 28.0 30.5 33.0 36.0

42.S
44.0 47.0 .50.0 52.0

s.s
8.5 8.5 8.5 8.5

2S 2S

i
3 3 3 3

27
28

NOT~S I Dimensions K. L. M and N are for gu.idance only. 1 Dimensions ligures 'g' and 'X' do not effect interchangeability, they only indicate minimum permissible thickness. 3 For alternate design L M.

I 124

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IS 1536: 2001

Table 4 Dimensions ofSoc:ketsand Spigots of Pipes for Push-on Joints


(Clau,fe.13.3 )

}<-.

01

All dimensions in millimetres. NomlDaI Diameler DN DE Burel Socket

X
Min

DJ

r
(5) 89 92 94 94 102 106 110 110 112 112 117 125 138 143 !43 143 143 143

Q
(6) 52 52 52 52 6(\ 62 67 67 74 74 81 86 88 91 91 91 91 91

J (8)

K (9) 102 122 148 174 226 278 331 383 435 485 538 642 745 797 850 953 I 056

N Min

M
Min

(I) 80 100 125 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 600 700 750 800 900 1000 I 050
NOTES

(2) 95 115 141 167 219 271 323 375 426 477 529 632 735 787 839 942 I 045 I 118

(3) 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 14 14 14 14 14 15 15 15 15 19 19

(4) 99 119 145 171 223 275.5 328 380.5 431.5 482.5 535 638 742.5 795 846.5 949.5 I 052 I 125

(7) 121 141 167 193 248 299 3S5 407 461 Sf2 567 673 7~0 834 886 989 I 092

(10) 12 12 12 12 IS 15 17 17 19 19 21 21 21 21 22 22 22 23

(11) 5.5
5.5

(12) (13) (14) 5 5 5 5 6 6 7 7 8 8 9 10 10 10 10 II II


II

(15) 10.8
11.3

J,16 136 162 188 242 296 351 403 454 508 563 669 774 827 879 985 I 088

4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 6
6 6

3
3

5.5 5.5 6.5 6.5 8.0 8.0 9.0 9.0 10.0 10.0 11.0 11.0 11.0 12.0 12.0 12.0

3 3 3.5 3.5 4 4 4.5 4.5 5 5 5 5 5


6 6

12.0 12.7 14.0 15A 16.7 18.1 19.4 20.8 22.1 20.8 25.0 27.0 28.0 28.0
30.0

I 165 I 161

I I 134 I

I 32.0

I Dimensions S, T and L are for guidance only. 2 For nominal di~ DN 600 and above the sockets rna)' be without centering ring as in the alternative sketch given above.

IS 1536 : 2001

Table 5 Dimensions of Screwed Flanges of Pi~ and Standard Flange Drilling of Flanged Pipes (Clause-l3.4 )

~---t--. I. ..... -r
o

.. ...
o

O._-'t-""""t"-

All dimensions in millimetres. Nomin1 Diameter DNmm


(I)

Dimension

Boles

c (2) 160 180 210 240 295 350 400 460 515 565 620 725

E (4) 132 156 184 211 266 319 370 429 480 527 582 682

r
(7) 6 6 6 6 6 6,. 8 8 8 8 8 8

I
(8) 3

s (9) 17 18 19 20 22 24 26 28' 30 32 34 38

Number

Diameter
( II)

Diameter of Bolts

(3) 200 220 250 285 340 395 445 505 565 615 670 780

(5) 21.0 22.0 22.5 23.0 24.5 26.0 27.5 29.0 30.0 31.S 33.0 36.0

(6)

(10) 4 8 8 8 8 12 12 16 16 20 20 20

(12)
16 16

80 100 125 ISO 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 600

42 44 45 46 49 52 55 58 61 64 67 70

19 19 19 23 23 23 23 23 28 28 28 31

3
3 3 3 3 4 .4 4 4 4 5

16 20 20 20 20 20 24 24 24 27

IS 1536: 2001 Table 6 Socket.-ad Spiaot Pipes - Class LA

( Clause J 3.5 )
e

= 10/12 ( 7 + 0.02 DN )

N i 1

Barrcl DE Lead
Joint

Total Ma for Onc WorkiJle Lueth in kg e mm ,Mass


for One Metre Socket

Diallletcr DN mm DE
Push-on Joint

3.66 m

4m

4.5 m

5m

5.5 m

6m

Mass kg

mm
(I)

mm (3) 95 115 Ilil 167 219 271 323 375 426 477 529 632 73S 717 839 942 I04S I 118 (4) 7.2 7.5 7.9 8.3 9.2 10.0 10.8 11.7 12.5 13.3 14.2 15. 17.5 18.3 19.2 20.8 22.S 23.6

kg (2) 98 111 144 170 222 274 326 378 429 480 532 63S 738 790 842 945 1048 I 124 (5) 14.7 11.6 24.2 30.1 44.0 . . 59.3 76.5 96.3 116.9 141.0 165.2 219.8' 283.2 317.2 354.9 431. S18.3 583.4 (6) 5.5 7.1 9.2 11.5 16.5 22.9 29.8 37.5 46.3 56.0 66.0 . i9.3 116.8 131.1 147.8 1.2.6 222.3 309.6 (7) 59 75 98 122 178 240 310 390 474 572 671 894 llS3 1 293 1447 1763 ~119 2443 .9
(8)

(9)

(10) 79 100 130 162 237 319 412 519 631 761 892 I. 188 I 538 1 118 1922 2342 2814 3227

(11)

( 12)

80 100 125
ISO

64 82 106 132 193 260 336 423 514 620 727 968 12S0 1400 I S67 I 910 2 2~S 2643

91 U8 147 215 290 374 471 572 690


809

109 142 177 259 349 450 567 690 832 974 I 298 I 675 I 876 2 100 25,S8 3073 3518

119 154 192 281 379 489 til5 748 902 . I 057
J 408

200 250 300 350 400 450 500 600 700 750 800 ~O 1000 10SO

1078 I 391 I 559 I 745 2126 2,S5S 2935

I 816 .2035 2277 2773 3392 3810

IS 1536: 2001 Table 7 Socket and Spigot P.ipes -.,..Class A

( Clause 13.5 )

e = 1I/12 (7+

0.02 ON)

<POE

,~I

Nominal Diameter DN

Barrel'

Total Mass for One Working

Length 5.5 m

in kg 6m

.,

DE
Lead Joint

DE
Push-on Joint

e
mm

mm

mm
(I) 80 100 125 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 600 700 750 800 900 1000 10SO (2) 98 118 144 170 222 274 326 378 429 480 532 635 738 790 842 945 I 048 I 124

mm
(3) 95. 115 141 167 219 271 323 375 426 477 529 632 735 787 839 942 I 045 I 118 (4) 7.9 8.3 8.7 9.2 10.1 11.0 11.9 12.8 13.8 14.7 15.6 17.4 19.3 20.2 21.. 1 22.9 24.8 26.0
. i

Mass for One Metre kg (5) 16.0 20.S 26.4 33.2 48.1 65.0 84.0 105.0 128.7 156.0 181.0 241.4 311.6 348.9 389.1 474.3 570.0 641.2'

Socket Mass kg

3.66 m

4m

4.5 m

5m

(6) 5.5 7.1 9.2 11.5 16.5 22.9 29.8 37.5 46.3 56.0 66.0 89.3 116.8 131.7 14~.8 182.6 222.3 309.6

(7) 64. 82 106 133 193 261 337' 422 517 627 728 973 1 257 1 409 I 572 I 918 2308 2656

(8) 70 89 115 144 209 283 366 458 561 680 790 1 055 I 363 I 527 1 704 2080 2502 2874

(9) 78 99 128 161 233 315 408 510 . 625 758 880 1 176 1 519 1702 I 899 2317 2787 3 195

( 10) 86 109 141 178 257 348 450 563 690 836 971 I 296 I 675 I 876 2093 2554 3072 3516

(11 )

( 12)
-

120 155 194 281 380 492 615 754 914 1 061 1 417 1 830 2051 2288 2791 3357 3836

130 168 211 305 413 534 668 819 992 I 152 I 544 I 986 2225 2482 3028 3642 4 157
j

10

IS 1536: 2001 Table 8 Socket and Spigot Pipes - Class B (Clause 13.5) ,

e= 7+ 0.02 ON

Nominal Diameter ON mm

Barrel

Total Mass for One Working e mm Mass for . One Metre kg (05) 17.3 22.0 28.7 305.9 052.1 70.6 91.4 114 ..5 139 ..5 169.0 196.7 262.9 338.2 380.6
..l.,)

Length 05.05 m

in kg 6m

DE
Lead Joint mm (2) 98 118 144 170 222 274 326 378 429 480 0532 6305 738 790 842 9405 I 048 1 124

DE
Push-on Joint mm (3) 905 liS 141 167 219 271 323 3705 426 477 0529 632 7305 787 839 942 I 0405 I 118

Socket Mass kg

3.66 m

4m

4.05 m

Sm

(I) 80 100 12.5 ISO 200 2050 300 3.50 400 4.50 0500 600 700 7050 800 900 I 000 I 0.50

(4) 8.6 9.0 9.05 10.0 11.0 12.0 13.0 14.0 15.0 16.0 17.0 19.0 21.0 22.0 23.(, 205.0 27.0 29.0

(6) 05.05 7.1 9.2 1 I.~ 16.8 22.9


/

(7) 69 88 114 143 207 281 364 4057 05057 67.5 786 I 0052 I 305.5 1 05205
I

(8) 74 9.5 124 ISS 2205 3005 .3905 4905 604 732 8.53 I 141 1 470 1 644 I 840 2249 2699 3 163

(9) 83 106 138 173 2051 341 441 05053 674 816 9.51 I 272 I 639 1844 10052 2 S07 3009 30519

(10) 92 117 1053 191 278 376 487 610 744 901 I 049 I 404 I 808 2029 2263 2766 3318 3876

(II)

(12)

128 167 209 304 411 0533 667 814 986 I 148 1 .5305 1 977 222.5 24705 3024. 3621 4233

139 181 227 329 447 .578 7205 883 I 070 I 246 1 667 2 146 24105 2686 3282 3938 40589

29.8 37 ..5 46.3 056.0 66.0 89.3 116.8 131.7


14/.lS

696

0516.6 619.2 713.3

182.6 222.3 309.6

2073 2489 ~ 920

IS 1536 : 2001 Table 9 Flanged Pipe CeDtrirugallyCastwith Serewed Flaage ..,...Class B

( Clause 13:6) . e,:"


7 + O.()2 DN

..

~----,---e Mall Man for One for Oee Metre FI ,e


kg kg (S) 2.7S m

DN

DE

Total Man for OM Workla, Lee'"

L ia kl

mm (1) 80 100 125 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 600 700 750 800 900 1000 1 050

mm (2) 98 118 144 170 222 274 326 378 429 480
S32

mm (3) 8.6 9.0 9.5 10.0 11.0 12.0 13.0 14.0 15.0 16.0 17.0 19.0 21.0 22.0 23.0 25.0 27.0 29.0

.3m (7) 60 76 99 124 179 241 311 386 473 572 666 893.5 1 IS8 1311 1 463 1 777 2480

4m (8) 78 98 128 160 231 312 403


SOO

4.S m

Sm

S.2S m

S.S m

(4) 17.3 22.0 28.7 35.9 52.1 70.6 91.4


114.S

(6)
56

(9) . 86 109 142 17&


2S7

(10)
9S

. (11) 99 126 164 205 296


40S

(12) 104 131 171 214 309 418 540 672 822 983 I 1S8 I SSI 2004 2262 2521 3068 3674 4263

4.3
S.O

70 92 115 166 224 289 357 438 530 617 82& I 074 I 216 1 357 I 645 I 971 2301

120 157 196 283 382 484 613 752 910 1 060 I 419
183S

6;6 8.2 11.4 14.7 18.6 21.2 27.3 32.6 l8.1


S2.4

347 448
S58

517 644 787 952 I 109 I 48S I 919 2 167 2415 2939 3519 4 085

i39.5 169.0 196.7 262.9 338.2 380.6 423.1 516.6 619.2 713.3

613 741 863 1 IS6 I 497 1691 I 886 2293

. 682 "826 961 I 288 1666 I 882 2098 2552 3054


3 SSO

635 738 790 842 945 1 048 I 124

71.9 84.4 96.9 113.5 134.0 169.9

2072
2309

2110 3364 3906

2 126 "2745 3 193

--~.-

12

IS 1536: 2001 14.2.1 Tolerance on Ovality (Push.:.on Joint) In case of oval spigot ends (~E) the minor axis is pennitted to be less thaDthe,minimum a1lo\Vllble diameter by value given below provided the mean ~iame~r DE . measured by circumferential tape comes within the minimum allowable dimeDsicms of DE ( Table 4 )after applying tolerance:
:~. ,.~ ~ v . :' . ~

to be supplied in each diaineter, the manufacturer may supply up to 10 percent in lengths shorter than the specified length as-follows: Specified Length Up tc sm Over4m
",. '- - ...-.
",...,
'.

Decrease in Length ' 0,5, 1m 0.5, I, J.S,2 m

Nominal Diameter 'DN

Allowable Difference BelWee".MinorAxis,: . and'DE"Min


:' .DID:

14.5 Permissible Deviation from a Straight Line


r

.~

1.0
...

1~7S"

The pipes shaJl be straight. When rolled along two gantries-separated, by approximately two-thirds the length of the pipe to be checked, the maximum deviation froma.straigbtline in,aunshallnot be greater than J.25 tirriesthe le,nJth .~L' metres of the pipe, thus in

2.00 '

f.. < 1.2SL


1~:6, "'Ianl~ , ,_ Tolerances for the vari9us dil1}ensions oftlanges shall be as given in Tables 10,11, 12 and 13.
J4.7 Tolerance'o.Mus'

24 3.5
14.3 Tolerance on Thickness The tolerance on the pipe wall thickness "crihall be as follows: ;, , Dimensions Wall thickness Flange thickness where
e = thickness of the pipe wall in mm, and b = thickness of the flange in mm.
I)

..

Tolerance mn
-( I +0.05e)l) , (2+0.0Sb)

J4.7.1 The'Pc'rmissible tolerances on stuidard mass of pipe shall be 5 percent. 14.7.2 The pipes of the heavier mass than the maximum shall be accepted provided, they comply in every other respect with the requirements of this standard. 15 COATING 15.1 Each pipe shall be coated in accordance with 15.1.1 to 15.1.5. ' 15.1.1 Coating sball not be' appliectto any pipe unless its surfaces are clean; dry and free from rust. 15.1.2 Unless otherwise agreed between the purchaser and the manufacturer all pipes Shall be coated externally and'internally with the same material by dipping in a tar or' suitable base bath. The pipes' may' be either preheated before dipping or the bath maybe uniformly heated. Alternatively, ifinutuaUy itlreedbetween the purchiser and the manufacturer', thepipes may be coated by 'spraying or brush painting.

No limit for the plus toleran~~ speeifi~ .

14.4 Toleranee oa Length The tolerance on length ofpi~s Type of Casting a) Socket and spigot and plain ended pipes b) Flangedpipes shall be asfollows: Tolerance
DIn

JOO
;I:

10

14.4.1 On the total number of socket and spigot pipes

15.1.3 The coating material shall set rapidly with good adherence and shall not scale off.

Table 10 ToleiuetS'on' tile External Diameter 'D' ( Clause 14.6 )


DN
8(\

100

12' 1'0 200 2'0

300

3'0

400

4.50 500

600

700

7'0

800

900

1 000
and

10.50
Toler.nte on D
:I:

4.'

-s.s, -2.'

+6.'. -3.'

+7.', -4.0

IS 1536: 2001 Table II Tolerances on Raised Face Heigbt (J) (Clause 14.6)
Height of Raised Faee' (f) 3 4
S

Toleraaee +1..5,-2.0 +2, -3.0 +2.5, -4.0

15.2 Pipes with or without sockets and flanges which are imperfectly coated or where the coating does not set or conformto the required quality,specified in 15.1.1 to 15.loS the coating shall be removed and the pipes! flanges recoated. 16 QUALITY ASSURANCE' 16.1 General

Table 12 Tolerances on Tbicknesson Flange (Clause 14.6)


Type of FlaDge
Screwed on flanges

The manufacturer shall demonstrate the conformity of his products with this standard by controlling the manufacturing process and carrying out the various tests. 16.2 Quality Assurance System The manufacturer shall control the quality of his productsduringtheir manufactureby a systemof process control in order to comply with the technical requirements of this standard. Wherever possible, statistical sampling techniques should be used. 16.3 If the purchllSCrdesires to inspect pipes at the manufacturers plant, the purchaser shall so specify on the purchase order. J7 MARKING 17.1 Each pipe shall have cast, stamped or indelibly painted on it the following appropriate marks: a) Manufacturer's name, initials or identification mart;

Tolerance
:t(2 + 0.05 b)

Table 13 Tolerances on Flange Drilling (Clause 14.6 )


DimensioD Bolt Hole Diameter Dia 19 to Dla 31 Tolera.ce

.-

Bolt hole diameter, d

+2

-0
Pitch circle diametee..C Centre to centre of adjacent bolt holes
:t:2

;1:2

b) The nominal diameter; 15.1.4 Coating test shall be conducted on a sample piece cut from the pipe having a sample area not less than 10 sq em. .
15.1.5 Where the coating material has a bitumen'or '

c) Class reference; , d) . Mass of pipe; and e)' The lasttwo digits of the year of manufacture. l7.1.1 Marking inay be done: a) on the sOcketfaces of pipe centrifugally cast in metal mould, and b) on the outside of the socket or on the barrel of pipe centrifugally cast in sand mould. 17.2 Any other marks required by the purchaser may be painted on.

similar base, it shall be smooth and tenacious and hard enough not to flow when exposed to a temperature of 65C for five minutes but not so brittle It a temperature ofO"Cas to chip ofTwhenscribed Iighdy witha penknife. 15.1.6 When the pipes are to be used for conveying potable water the inside coating shall not contain any constituent soluble in such water or any inaredient which could impart any taste or whatsoever -to the potable water after sterilization and suitable washing of the mains.

14

IS 1536: 2001

ANNEXA

( Clause 11.2 )
MECHANICAL TFSI'S A-I RlNGTESTFORPJPSC'ENTRIFVGA1LYCASl' IN METAL MOULDS A-l.l On pipes of up to and including 300 mm nominal diameter, rings of approximately 25 mm width shan.be tested on a suitable machine. The rings shall be supported on two knif~edges diametrically opposed and the load applied from the inside at these points ( see Fig. I ). A-l.1 The modulus of rupture of the ring shall be calculated from the breaking load. by the following formula: A-1 TENSILE TESTS ON BARS FOR PIPES CENTRIFUGALLY CAST IN METAL OR RESIN SAND MOULDS A-1.1 The tensile test bars cut from the pipes are about

90 mmlong, and have diameter of about 6 mm which may vary with the thickness of the pipe. The ends are prepared so as to fit the testing machine ( see Fig. 2 ).
NOTE - If agreed to between the purchaser and the manufacturer the dimensions of the test bars shall be as follows : Thickntss of Pipes mm Up to 13 Over 13 and up to 17 Over 17 Diameter of Test Bar mm Radius of Curvature (Min) mm

R=
where

3P(D-e)
7Cbe2

R = modulus of rupture of the ring inMPa,


P = breaking load in newtons, D = external dia of the ring in mm, e wall thickness of the ring in mm, and

9
10 14

32
32 32

b = breadth of the rin mm.

FIG.

RING

TEsT

FOR PIPES CENTRIFUGALLY CAST IN METAL MOULDS

. IS

IS 1536 : 2001

90

,,'

. All dimensions in millimetres,

FIG.

TENSILE TESTS ON BARS1'OR PiPES CENTRiFUGAU-Y CAST IN METAL'ON RESIN SAND MOULD

,.
"

16

IS IS36:

2001

ANNEXO

[ Clause 12:2 (No~e) ]


HYDROSTATIC TEST PRESSURE AND HYDRAULIC WORKING PRESSURE

Nominal Diameter DN
(1)

Description

Suggested Maximum Hydrostatic Site Test Pressure in MPa (3) 1.6 2.0 2.5 1.5 20 2.5 2.5 20

Suggested Maximum .Hydraulic Working Pressure (Inclusive of Surge) in MPa


(4)

(2)

so-sec sc-soo so-soc


700-1050 700-1050 700-1050 80-300 350-600

Spigot and socket spun pipes Class LA, Spigot and socket spun pipes Class A ~pigot and socket spun pipes ClassB Spigot and socket spun pipes. Class LA Spigot and socket spun pipes Class A Spigot and socket spun pipes ClassB Flanged pipes. Class B Flanged pipes. Class B

1.0 1.25 1.6 1.0 12 1.5 1.6 1.6

17

IS 1536 : 2001

ANNEXC

( Foreword)
COMMITIEECOMPOSITION

Pig Iron and Casflron Sectional Committee. MTD 6


Chairman
DR P. N. BHAGWATI

Representing Bhagwati Spherocast Ltd, Ahmedabad

Members
SHill B. D. GHOSH SHill R. N. GUIN SHRI

Development Commissioner for Iron and Steels, Kolkata (Alternate) Directorate General of Supplies and Disposals, New Delhi Alternate) Electrosteel Castings Ltd, Kolkata Alternate) Ennore Foundries Ltd, Chennai (Alternate) Institute of Indian Foundrymen Kesoram Spun Pipes and Foundries, Kolkata Alternate) Ministry of Defence (OFB), Jabalpur (Alternate) Ministry of Railways, Ajmer National Institute of Foundry and Forge Technology, Ranchi Alternate) National Metallurgical Lab, Jamshedpur Alternate) Orient Trading Co, Kolkata SAIL, Rourkela Steel Plant, Rourkela Alternate) Tata Engineering and LOcomotive Co Ltd, Pune
(

V.

PRAKASH

SHill N. K. KAUSHAL ( SHill S. B. SENGUPTA SHill SHill K.

V.

M. RALLI (

V.

RAMAKRISHNAN M. P. PUNNUSWAMY

SHill

SHill UOAYAN SEN SHill R.

L.

DUBEY

SHill SHill

L.

P. BAFNA (

L. B.

SINGH

SHill S. K. DooRA SHill RADHEY SHYAM Dil P. K. PANDA

DR P. T. PUSHP ( DR S. PRAKASH Dil S. D. SINGH ( SHill A. CHATTERJEE

SHIlIR.C.SOOD SHill R. P. BHALOTIA ( SHill D. PIlASAD SHRJ P. K. BASUTKAR SHill

Alternate) The Indian Iron and Steel Co Ltd, Bumpur

H.

P. JETWARI!

SHill P. DHAR ( SHill

Alternate) The Indian Iron and Steel Co, Jamshedpur (Alternate) The Tata Iron and Steel Co Ltd, Jamshedpur Alternate) Vi:lhakhapatnam Steel Plant, Vishakhapatnam Alternate) Jayaswal Neco Ltd, Nagpur Alternate) Jainsons Industries, Jabalpur High Tech Industries, Jalandhar Director General, BIS ( Ex-officio Member) Secretary
SHRl SUNJAY KUMAR

Z.

AHMED

SHill

U. J.

GUPTA

SHill N. P. SHRlVASTAV SHill N. K. DUTTA ( SHill K. A. NAIDU SHill G. TIWARI ( SHlli A. B. PANDEY SHill B. K. BHAGAT ( SHRI IUxESH

CHANDER JAIN

SHRI MANDEEP SINGH SHRI N. MITRA

Director ( Met Engg )

Joint Direetor (Met Engg),

BIS

( Continued on page 19 )

18

IS ]536: 2001
t Cominued from page

18 )

Subcommittee on Pipes and Fittings, MTD 6:8


Convener
SHRI A. CHATfERJEE

Representing Orient Trading Company, Kolkata

Members
I _

SHRI A.

N.

PALCHOWDHURY

SHRI SUBRATA PALCHOWDHURY( SHRIS.B.SENGUPTA SHRI

Alternate)

A N. Palchowdhury

and Co, Kolkata

Electrosteel Castings Ltd, Kolkata Alternate) Indian Foundry Association, Kolkata Alternate) Indu Engineerlng and Textiles Ltd, New Delhi (Alternate) Kesoram Spun Pipes and Foundries, Kolkata Jayaswals Neeo ltd, Nagpur Alternate) Central Public Works Department, Delhi Alternate) The Indian Iron and Steel Co Ltd, Kulti Alternate)

V.

M. RALLI (

SHRI R. K. KEJRIWAL SHRI G. D. AGARWAL ( SHRI D. K. HADA SHRI C. P. RATHI SHRI R. L. DUBEY SHRI A. B. PANDEY SHRI B. K. BHAGAT ( SHRI ASHOK AGARWAL SHRI RAJENDER PRASAD ( SHRI

T.

B. PAUL

SHRI

V.

KUMAR (

SHRI B. L.GOYAL SHRI RAKESH GOYAL ( SHRI S.

Raman Iron Foundry and Steel Rolling Mills, Mathura


Alternate) Spun Pipe Plant, Barbil

P.

MOHANTI

19

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AMENDMENT NO. 2 DECEMBER 2003 TO IS 1536: 2001 CENTRIFUGALLY CAST (SPUN) IRON PRESSURE PIPES FOR WATER, GAS AND SEWAGE - SPECIFICATION
( Fourth Revision) [ Page 4, clause 11.2(a) ]'a)

Substitute the following for the existing:

Ring test (for pipes centrifugally cast in metal moulds)'

f Page 4, clause 11.2(b) ] -Substitute


'b) Tensile test for pipes'

the following for the existing:

( Page 5, Table under clause 14.2, colI) '900-1600'.


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( Page 5, table under clause 14.2, col 9) col '9'. the following

( Page 7, table 4 ) -Substitute figure:


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