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IS:10124(Part2)-1988

( Reaffirmed 1998 )

Indian Standard

SPECIFICATIONFOR
FABRICATED PVC FITTINGS FOR
POTABLE WATER SUPPLIES
PART 2

SPECIFIC
f

REQUIREMENTS

FOR SOCKETS

First Revision )

First Reprint SEPTEMBER 1993

621.643.413

UDC

[678.743.22]:696.117

@ Copyright 1989

-BUREAU
MANAK

Gr 1

OF

BHAVAN,

INDIAN

STANDARDS

9 BAHADUR
SHAH
NEW DELHI 110002

ZAIAR

MARG

Apt-ii 1989

IS : 10124( Part 2 ) - 1988

Indian Standard

SPECIFICATIONFOR
FABRICATED PVC FITTINGS FOR
POTAB~LEWATER SUPPLIES
PART 2

SPECIFIC

REQUIREMENTS

FOR SOCKETS

First Revision )

0. FOREWORD
0.1 This Indian
Standard
( Part 2 ) ( First
Revision ) was adopted by the Bureau of Indian
Standards on 20 June 1988, after the draft finalized by the Sanitary Appliances and Water Fittings
Sectional Committee had been approved by the
Civil Engineering Division Council.
0.2 The fabricated PVC fittings are to be used
for jointing to the PVC pipes covered by IS :
4985-1988*.
0.3 The requirements of fabricated PVC fittings
are covered in thirteen parts. This part ( Part 2 )
deals with specific requirements for sockets.
Other parts are as follows:
Part 1 General requirements
for
straight
Part 3 Specific requirements
reducers
Part 4 Specific requirements
Part 5 Specific
Part 6 Specific

requirements

for caps
for

equal

Part 7 Specific

requirements

for

tail

threaded

adaptors

Part 8 Specific

requirements

Part 9 Specific requirements

for 45 bends

Part 11 Specific requirements

for 30 bends

Part 12 Specific requirements

for 22g bends

Part 13 Specific requirements

for lip

bends

0.3.1 Part 1 of this series deals with the general .requirements applicable to all fabricated PVC
fittings, and specific requirements
of different
types of fittings ari: covered in separate parts of
This part ( Part 2 ) deals with the
the standatd.
specific requirements for sockets.
This part was
first published in 1982. The present revision has
been taken up to extend the size of fittingsto
630 mm in line with the sizes of pipes specified
in IS : 49851988.
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 analysis, shall
be rounded off in accordance with IS : 2-196Ot.
The number of significant places retained in the

tees

requirements
for fianged
pieces with metallic flanges

Part 10 Specific requirements

rounded off value should be the same as that


the specified value in this standard.

for 90 bends

of

for 60 bends

*Specification for unplastioized PVC pipes for potable


water supplies ( second revisiotz ).

*Specification for unplasticized PVC pipes for potable


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

criteria for conformity shall conform to IS : 10124

1. SCOPE

( Part

1.1 This

standard
( Part 2 ) lays down the
requirements for manufacture, dimensions and
marking for fabricated PVC sockets for potable
water supplies.

1 )-1988*.

2.2 Manufacture
2.2.1 A typical
in Fig. 1.

illustration

of-socket is given

2. REQUIREMENTS
2.1 General - The general requirements
for
materials, sizes, methods of test, sampling and
1

*Specification
fabricated PVC fittings for potable
water
supplies.. for
Part 1 General requirements (firsr
revision ).

IS : 10124( Part 2 )-1988


TABLE 1

DIMENSIONS

OF SOCKET

( Clauses 2.2.2, and Fig. 1 )


All

NOTE - This drawing is only intended to define the


terms used in Table 1 and is not intended to illustrate
specific design features.
FIG.

2.2.2

D=

L=
t?

mean socket internal diameter of midpoint of socket length in accordance


with IS : 10124 ( Part 1 )-1988*,

500
560
630

or

(3)
1.2
;:;
1.8

::

(4)

(5 )

(6)

1.9
2.7
2.3

2.8
;:;

4.5
6.3
55

2.9

4.4

70_

33:; 54;

l.0

z:
65

7.3
;:;

9.7
10.8
13.7
12.2

100
112
125
13.9
15.6
17.7
22.4
19.8

2:
75
75

103
116
130

15.3
172
192

248
27.8
31.3

tz
55
55

Class of Fitting

3. MARKING
3.1 Each socket fitting shall be marked with the,
following information:

::
45

MINIMUM WALL THICKNESS(1) FOR


WORKINQ PRESSURE
Y--h----,
025
.
06
*
IvE
MPa
MPa
hEa
Class 1 Class 2 Class 3 Class 4

2:;

2.9

$3

;:6

c) The socket shall be marked in colour as


indicated below for different classes of
fittings:

-wall thickness of sockets are


calculated on the basis of 90 percent of
the minimum wall thickness of the corresponding size and pressure class of
pipe rounded off to the next higher
0.1 mm.
minimum

NOTE - This drawing is only intended to define the


terms used in Table 1 and is not intended to illustrate
specific design features.

COlOU?-

Class 1 ( 0.25 MPa )

Red

Class 2 ( 0.4 MPa )

Blue

Class 3 ( 0.6 MPa )

Green

Class 4 ( 1.O MPa )

Yellow

3.1.1 Each socket fitting may also be marked


with the Standard Mark.

identification

NOTE - The use of the Standard Mark is governed


by the provisions 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 ro comply with the requirements
of that
standard
under a well-defined system of inspection,
testing and quality control which is devised and superStandard
vised by BB and operated by the producer.
marked products
are also continuously
checked by
BlS for conformity to that standard as a further
safeguard.
Details of conditions
under which a licence
for the use of theStandard
Mark may be granted to
manufacturers
or producers may be obtained from the
Bureau of Indian Standards.

mark,

b)

(2)
20
20
35

:!:

minimum socket length as specified in


IS : 10124 ( Part l)-1988*,-and

name

(1)
63
75
90
110
125
140
*,,-.
IO
200
225
250
280
315
355

a) Manufacturers

B
Min

180

The dimensions of sockets


with those given in Table 1 read

Dimensions

shall
comply
with Fig,
1.

1 SOCKCT

SIZE

dimensions in millimetres.

Size of the socket and the appropriate


class ( working pressure ) of IS : 4985
19SSt to which the pressure rating of the
fitting corresponds, and

*Specification for fabricated PVC fittings for potable


water
supplies:
Part
1 General
requirements
(first
revision ).
ispecification
for unplasticized
PVC pipes for potable
water supplies ( second revision ).

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