You are on page 1of 30

IS 8329:1994

nmfkwFF

( $m $rftm)
Indian Standard
CENTRIFUGALLY CAST (SPUN) DUCTILE
IRON PRESSURE PIPES FOR WATER, GAS
AND SEWAGE SPECIFICATION
( Second Revision )
I
UDC 621.643.2-986 [669.131.7-142]: 628.245

BIS 1994

BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS


MANAK BHAVAN, 9 BAHADUR SHAH ZAFAR MARG
NEW DELHI 110002

October 1994 Price Grftup 9


Pig Iron and Cast Iron Sectional Committee, MTD 6

FOREWORD
This Indian Standard (Second Revision) 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 1977 and then revised in 1990. In the present revision following
modifications have been made:
a) Diameters up to 2000 mm have been included.
b) Flanged pipes with screwed/weldedflangeshave been extended up to DN2000.
c) Dimensions of spigot and socket pipes for mechanical joints have been included.
d) The details of the push-on joint and mechanical joint used in the country have been included in
this standard but this does not restrict the use of other types of joints or future development of
other joints as long as the overall dimensions are maintained for reasons of safety and inter
changeability.
Ductile iron, also called nodular iron or spheroidal graphite iron, is characterized by the presence of
graphite in nodular or spheroidal form in the resultant casting. It differs from grey iron by its greater
tensile strength and its significant breaking elongation. Ductile iron pipes can, therefore be made lighter,
can resist impact and withstand far greater internal pressure.
Since the development of ductile iron castings, all advanced countries have started manufacturing ductile
iron pipes and fittings in place of cast iron pipes and fittings for all ranges of non-pressure and high
pressure castings. Ductile iron offers:
a) high resistance against breakage due to impact,
b) high tensile strength nearly that of steel, and
c) traditional corrosion resistance of cast iron.
Suggested maximum hydrostatic site test pressure and maximum working pressure are given in Annex B.
While formulating this standard assistance has been derived from following overseas standards:
ISO 2531 : 1991 'Ductile iron pipes, fittings and accessories for pressure pipelines', issued by the
International Organization for Standardization.
ISO 7186:1983 'Ductile iron pipes and accessories for non-pressure pipelines', issued by the International
Organization for Standardization.
DIN 28600 'Ductile iron pressure pipes and fittings for gas and water pipelines; technical delivery
conditions', issued by the Deutsches Institut fur Normung.
DIN 28610 (Part 1) 'Ductile iron pressure pipes with socket with cement mortar lining for gas and water
pipelines; dimensions and mass', issued by the Deutsches Institut fur Normung.
DIN 28610 (Part 11) 'Ductile iron pressure pipes with socket for gas and water pipelines rated for pressure
over 4 bar up to and including 16 bar, dimensions and masses', issued by the Deutsches Institut for
Normung.
JIS G5526:1989 'Ductile iron pipes', issued by the Japanese Industrial Standards Committee.
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 : 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 8329:1994

Indian Standard
CENTRIFUGALLY CAST (SPUN) DUCTILE
IRON PRESSURE PIPES FOR WATER, GAS
AND SEWAGE SPECIFICATION
( Second Revision )
1 SCOPE 12820:1989 Dimensional requirementsofrubber
gaskets for mechanical joints and
1.1 This standard covers the requirements for push-on joints for use with cast iron
centrifugally cast (spun) ductile iron pipesforpres pipes andfittingsfor carrying water,
sure mainlines lor water, gas and sewage, manufac
tured in metal (lined or untined) or sand moulds. gas and sewage
NOTE By and it U to be understood, sand or mineral
13382:1992 Cast iron specials for mechanical
based nuterials med infoundiytrade irrespective of the type and push-onflexiblejoints for pres
of boodisg agents. sure pipe lines for water, gas and
1.2 Thissttndardisapplicabletoductileironpipes sewage
having socket/spigot ends (for push-on-fkadble or 13655:1993 Guidelines for heat treatment of
mechanical joints) orflangedends, as specified in cast iron
this standard.
3 CLASSIFICATION
13 This standard does not include the provisions
forfittingsused with the pipes conforming to this 3.1 Pipes have been classified as K7, K8, K9, KIO,
standard. A separate standard IS 9523:1980 'Duc K12 depending on service conditions and
tile ironfittingsforpressure pipes for water, gas and manufacturing process.
sewage' covers the specification on such fittings. 3.2 The class designation shall comprise of:
1.3.1 FitUngs conforming lo IS 13382:1992'Cast a) a prefix AT
iron specials for mechanical and push-on flexible b) a whole number, [this is the selected coeffi
joints for pressure pipe lines for water, gas and cient inserted into the equation (1) of 33
sewage' may also be used with ductile iron pipes, depending on the service conditions].
when the pressure requirements matches.
3.3 The wall thickness of pipe 'e' in mm shall be
2 REFERENCES calculated as a function of the nominal diameter by
The following Indian Standards are necessary the following equation with minimum of 5 mm K
adjuncts to this standard: 7;6mm forK * 8and 7 mm forK 12.
e m K(0J + 0.001 DN) (1)
IS No. We
where e = wall thickness in mm.
638:1979 Sheet rubber jointing and rubber DN = the nominal diameter.
insertion jointing (second revision)
K ~ (he whole number coefficient.
1387:1993 General requirements for supply of
metallurgical materials (second SA The value of AT will depend on the following
revision) service conditions:
K 7forLow Pressure mains for water
1500:1983 MethodsforBrinell hardness test for mains and sewers (Suggested
metallic materials (second revision) working pressure within 0.6
9523:1980 Ductile iron fittings- for pressure MPa).
pipesforwater, gas and sewage K 8 for water mains and sewers (W.
11606:1986 Methods of sampling of cast iron P. 1.2 MPa) and Low pressure gas
pipes and fittings pipelines (working pressure within
0.4 MPa).

1
IS 8329:1994

K ~ 9 for water/sewer mains (W.P. 1.8 flanged type or flanges may be welded on plain
MPa) and for gas mains (W.P. 1.0. ended ductile iron pipes.
MPa).
5.7 In case of ductile iron pipes with screwed on
K = 10 for water/sewer mains (W.P. 2.4 flanges or welded flanges, the flanges shall be at
MPa) and high pressure gas mains right angle to the axis of the pipe and machined on
(W.P. 1.6 MPa). face. The bolt holes shall be drilled.
K = 12 high pressure water/sewers
mains with restrained joints or 5.7.1 The bolt hole circle shall be concentric with
flanged pipes. the bore and holes of the two flanges of the pipe
shall be correctly aligned.
3.5 For gas mains classes K9, K10 and K12 are only
recommended. 5.7.2 The ductile iron pipes having screwed on
flanges shall be sealed at the threaded joint between
3.6 For screwed flange pipes classes K9 and K10 the pipe and the flange by a suitable sealing com
pipes are recommended". For pipes with welded pound. Unless otherwise specified, the sealing
flange classes K9, K10, K12 and K14 are recom compound applied to the threaded joint shall be
mended. suitable for use with 'raw* and potable water (up to
3.7 Where pipes of classes other than those given a temperature of 100C), gas and normal domestic
in Table 1 are manufactured and supplied, the wall sewage.
thickness shall be calculated as per 3 J and the pipes 5.7.2.1 Alternative types of sealing compound, for
shall be marked in accordance with 12. Such pipes pipes used for other duties, such as, carrying in
shall comply wtthall the requirements of this stand dustrial effluents, chemicals and town gas; shall be
ard with the exception of wall thickness 'e' and compatible and shall be the subject of agreement
mass. between the manufacturer and the purchaser.
4 SUPPLY OF MATERIAL 5.7.3 For screwed onflangedpipes, the method of
The general requirements relating to the supply of screwing and the exact form of thread are left to the
the material are laid down in IS 1387:1993. discretion of the manufacturer in view of the fact
thatflangesare never removed after screwing on
5 TYPE OF JOINTS the barrels of the pipes.
5.1 Push-on-joint 5.8 Ductile iron pipe having serewed on flanges
Aflexiblejoint in which an elasiomeric gasket is and welded on flanges shall conform to the require
located in the socket and the joint assembly is ment of Tables 4,5,6,7 and 13.
effected by entering the spigot through the gasket 6 MANUFACTURE
into the socket.
6.1 The metal used for the manufacture of pipes
5.2 Mechanical Joint shall be of good quality commensurate with the
A flexible joint in which an elasiomeric gasket is mechanical' requirements laid down in 9. It
located in the socket, sealing being obtained by shall be manufactured by any method at the dis
applying pressure to the gasket by means of a gland cretion of the manucaturer provided that the re
bolted to the socket. quirements defined in this standard are complied
with.
5 J In case of push-on flexible joints, the spigot
ends shall be suitably chamfered or rounded off for 6.2 Thepipesshal! be stripped with all precautions
smooth entry of pipe in the socket fitted with the to avoid warping or shrinkage defects, detrimental
rubber gasket. to their good quality. The pipes shall be sound and
free from surface or other defects. Pipes showing
5.4 For high pressure mains, over working pres small imperfections which result from the method
sure 2.4 MPa suitable flexible joint may be of manufacture, and which do not affect their
preferred where the joint is restrained against axial serviceability, shall not be rejected on that account
movement. alone. Minor defects arising out of manufacturing
5.5 Push-on-joints are normally not used for process may be rectified with the consent of the
diameters above DN 1 600 and so details of push- purchaser.
on-joints up lo DN 1600 have been included in this 63 Pipes ccntrifugally cast shall be heat treated in
standard. order to achieve the necessary mechanical proper
5.6 Flanged joints for working pressureratingsof ties and to relieve casting stresses in accordance
1.0, 1.6, 2.5 and 4.0 MPa would be of screwed with IS 13655:1993.

2
IS 8329:1994

6.3.1 If necessary, the pipes may be subejcted to accordance with the methods specified in Annex A
reheat treatment to ensure that Brinell hardness shall satisfy the following requirements:
does not exceed the specified value and the
specified mechanical properties are satisfied. Nominal Minimum Minimum Minimum Elongation
Diameter Tensile 2patent Proof After Fracture
7 RUBBER GASKETS (DN) Strength Stress Percent
mm MP* MPa
7.1 Rubber gaskets for use with push-on-joints or
mechanical joints shall conform to IS 12820:1989. 80-1000 420 300 10
1 100-2000 420 300 7
7.2 Rubber gaskets for push-on, mechanical and NOTES
flanged joints shall be compatible with the fluid to
be conveyed for materials, pressure and tempera 1 The proof stress shall only be measured when specially
agreed lo between the manufacturer and the purchaser.
ture.
2 ForductileironpipcsupioAVl OOOifthe tensile strength
7.3 Rubber gaskets for mechanical joint for con of specimen is found within limits, and micFcwtruct ure reveals 75
veyance of town gas may be suitably protected so percent ferrite with spheroidal graphite and percentage elonga
tion within 7 lo 10. it may he taken as passed.
that the elastomer does not come in direct contact
with the gas. 3 For pipes of size not less than DN 900,0.2 percent proof
stress values between 270 and 300 MPa are permitted if the
7.4 Rubber gasketsfor use withflangedjoints shall elongation after fracture is not less than 12 percent.
conform to IS 638:1979.
7.5 While conveying potable water the gaskets 9.1.2 All pipes from which bars have been cut
should not deteriorate the quality of water or shall be accepted by the purchaser as complete
should not impart any taste or odour. lengths.
8 SAMPUNC 9.2 Brinell Hardness Test
8.1 Sampling criteria for various tests, unless
specified in the standard, shall be as laid down in When tested in accordance with IS 1500:1983, the
IS 11606:1986. Brinell Hardness shall noi exceed 230 HB on the
external unmachined surface.
8.2 The mechanical acceptance tests shall be car-
ried out on ductile iron pipes grouped in batches as 9 3 Retest
follows.
If any test piece representing a batch (as per 8.2;
Bach batch shall be made up of pipes cast succes fails in the test in thefirstinstance, two additional
sively as follows: tests shall be made on test pieces selected from two
DN 80 to 250 : 200 pipes. other pipes from the same batch. If both the test
DN 300 to 600 : 100 pipes. results satisfy the specified requirements, the batch
shall be accepted. Should either of these additional
DN 700 to 1 000 60 pipes. test pieces fail in the test, the batch shall be deemed
DN 1 100 to 1 400 40 pipes. as not complying with this standard.
DN 1 600 to 2 000 30 pipes.
93.1 In the event of a batch not found conforming
&3 In order to check compliance with the require to this standard, the same may be tested after reheat
ments specified in 9, a simpleringor bar shall be treatment.
taken from the spigot end of pipe.
9 MECHANICAL TESTS 10 HYDROSTATIC TEST
9,1 Mechanical tests shall be carried out during 10.1 All pipes shall be tested hydrostatic*My at a
manufacture. Two tests shall be conduciedforevery pressure specified in Table 1. To perform the test,
batch of production. The numbers of pipesforeach pressure shall be applied internally and shall be
batch would be as per &2. The results obtained shall steadily maintained for a period of minimum 15
be taken to represent all the pipes of that batch. seconds during which the pipes may be struck
moderately with a 700 g hammer. The pipes shall
9.1.1 Tensile Test withstand the pressure test and shall not show any
Two test pieces obtained by cutting bars from spigot sign of leakage, sweating or other defects of any
end of two pipes selectedfortesting when tested in kind.

3
IS 8329:1994

Table 1 Hydrostatic Test Pressure at Works for and flanges followed in this standard is as
Ductile Iron Pipes follows:
(Clauses 3.7 and 10.1) 80,100,125,150,200,300,350,400.450,500,600,
Nominal Diameter, Hydrostatic Test Pressure al Works 700,750,800.900,1000.1100.1 200,1400.1600,
DN mm MPa 1800 and 2 000 mm.
K7 KB K9 KJO K12 NOTE Nominal diameter is a number used to classify
pipes and corresponds approximately to their internal
(2) (3) <<) (5) W diameter.
3.2 4.0 5.0 6.0 8.4
2.5 3.2 4.0 5.0 6.0 11.2 The value adopted for the density of ductile
UJ 2.5 3.2 4.0 5.0 iron is 7 050 kg/m3. This value provides a reasonably
\2 1.8 2.5 3.2 4.0 acceptable agreement between calculated mass and
actual mass.
10.1.1 It is recommended that the Hydrostatic test
pressure at works y be expressed in MPa as a 11.3 Dimensions for socket and spigot of fWpes for
function of the coefficient K (3.4) be calculated push-onflexiblejoints are given in Table 2.
using the following formulae:
for DN 80 to 300 p 0.05 (K + l) 2 11.4. Dimensions for mechanical joint pipes are
for DN 350 to 600 p = 0.0S(K)2 given in Table 3.
for DN 700 to 1000 p = 0.05 (AT-1)2
11.5. Dimensions and mass of flanged pipes
for DN 1 100 to 2 000 p 0.05 (K-2? centrifugallycast with screwed on flanges or welded
10.1.2 When pipes are required to be tested for flanges are given in Tables 4,5,6,7 and 13.
higher pressure, the test pressures are subject to
special agreement between the purchaser and the 11.6 Dimensions and mass of ductile iron pipes of
manufacture. class K7, K8, K9, AT/0 and AT/2 are given in Tables 8,
10.2 Test shall be carried out before the applica 9,10,11 and 12 respectively.
tion of surface coating and lining. 12 LENGTH
11 SIZES AND MASS The Standard working length of socket and spigot
pipes shall be 4 m, 5 m. 5.5 m and 6 m; and for
11.1 The range of nominal diameter DN, of pipes Flanged pipes shall be 4 m, 5 m, and 5.5 m.

4
IS 8329:1994

Table 2 Dimensions of Sockets and Spigots of Pipes for Push-on


(Clause 11.3)

Typl

OPTIONAL ALTERNATIVE

Type 2
All dimensions Jo millimetres.

Nominal Band Socket Dimensions


Diameter

ZW DE X DI P Q / / K N O S T L M *
Mm Min
0) (2) (3) (5) () (7) (8) (10) (") (12) (13 (14) (15) (16)
80 97 10 101 90 52 121 117 102 12 5.5 5 4 3 10.8 4
100 117 10 121 90 52 141 137 122 12 5.5 S 4 3 113 4
12S 143 10 147 90 52 167 162 148 12 5.5 5 * 3 12.0 4
150 169 10 173 90 52 193 188 174 12 5.5 5 4 3 12.7 4
200 221 10 225 100 60 248 244 226 15 63 6 1 33 14.0 4
250 273 10 278 105 62 299 295 278 IS 63 6 ! 33 15.4 6
300 325 10 330 110 67 355 350 331 17 8.0 7 4 16.7 6
350 377 14 383 110 67 407 402 383 17 8.0 7 4 18.1 6
400 428 -14 434 110 74 461 457 435 19 9.0 8 i 43 19.4 6
450 479 14 485 110 74 512 507 485 19 9.0 8 5 43 20.9 7
500 531 14 537 115 81 568 562 538 21 10.0 9 S 5 22.1 7
600 635 14 640 125 86 673 663 642 21 10.0 10 S 5 24.8 7
700 737 15 745 140 88 780 775 745 21 I I .0 10 5 5 25.0 9
750 789 15 797 145 91 834 827 797 21 11.0 10 S 5 27.0 9
800 841 15 849 145 91 886 880 850 22 11.0 10 S 5 28.0 9
900 944 15 954 145 91 989 983 953 22 12.0 11 6 6 28.4 9
1000 1047 20 1057 145 91 1092 1086 1056 22 12.0 11 S 6 30.0 9
1100 1152 20 1162 150 95 1198 1198 1168 25 12.0 12 6 6 32.0 10
1200 1255 20 1263 155 95 1300 1292 1262 25 12.0 12 S 6 34.0 10
1400 1460 24 1467 160 100 1507 1497 1467 28 14.0 14 B 8 38.0 10
1600 1665 24 1673 160 100 1712 1702 1672 28 14.0 14 8 8 40.0 10

NOTEDfaaeatioBsJ; T and/tre lor gvtduKe only.

5
IS 6329:1994

Table 3 Dimensions of Sockets and Spigots of Pipes for Mechanical Joints


(Clause UA)

All dimensions in millimetres.

Nominal Barrel Socket Dimensions No. of


Diameter Diameter Bolt
' /
Holes
DN DE D C b m II' P X Y Z S E F N M

0) (2) (3) <<) (5) () (7) (8) (9) (10) () (12) 03) (") 05) (14) (17)
60 98 200 165 18 130 105 80 19 8 19 12.0 125 105 20 15 4
100 118 235 190 19 150 125 80 23 8 19 12.5 145 125 20 15 4
125 144 270 220 19 176 151 80 23 8 19 13.0 175 151 20 15 4
ISO 170 300 250 20 202 177 80 23 8 19 14.0 197 177 20 15 6
200 222 360 310 21 254 229 80 23 6 19 15.0 249 230 20 15 6
250 274 425 370 22 307 282 80 23 8 19 16.5 302 282 25 15 8
300 324 485 430 23 359 334 110 23 8 19 17.5 354 334 25 15 6
350 373 555 490 24 416 386 no 23 6 19 19.0 411 386 25 20 10
400 429 420 550 25 463 438 110 23 8 20 20.0 458 438 26 20 12
450 480 670 600 26 618 468 110 23 8 20 21.0 513 489 28 20 12
500 532 730 660 27 570 540 110 23 6 20 22JS 563 541 28 20 14
400 635 845 770 28 675 645 no 23 6 25 25.0 466 445 30 20 14
700 733 960 875 29 788 748 120 27 8 25 27.5 781 749 30 20 16
750 790 1020 940 29 843 800 120 27 8 25 29.0 833 800 30 20 16
800 842 1065 990 30 890 850 120 27 8 30 30.0 883 850 35 20 20
900 945 1185 1090 31 990 950 120 33 8 30 3Z5 983 955 35 20 20
1000 1048 1320 1210 32 1090 1050 130 33 8 30 35.0 1083 1060 35 20 20
1100 1162 1420 1310 34 1233 1 163 130 33 10 40 35.5 1218 1143 40 25 24
1200 1255 1530 1420 36 1327 1267 130 33 10 45 38.0 1322 1267 40 25 28
1400 1462 1755 1640 36 1532 1468 130 33 10 45 40.0 1527 1468 40 25 28
1400 1488 1975 1840 40 1738 1684 160 33 10 45 44.0 1733 1484 40 35 30
1800 1875 2195 2070 44 1950 1861 170 33 15 50 50.0 1945 1881 45 30 34
2000 2082 2425 2300 ' 46 2157 2094 160 33 15 50 54.0 2152 2094 45 30 36

NOIBFor weight and tolerance of Gland please refer to IS 13382:1992.

6
IS 8329:1994

Table 4 Dimensions or Standard Flange Drilling for Screwed


Flanges and Welded Flange, Class K9 (PN 10)
(Clauses 5.8 and 11.5)

A-HOLES EQUALLV SPACFD

-M-
All dimensions in millimetres.

Nominal Dimensions Moles Boll Max* of


Diameter Sljw Koch
^ KUnge
t
DN D E C b / a * Number DitHdt Metric *A"

0) (2) (3) <<) (5) () O) (8) <*> (10) (10 (12)


80 200 132 160 19 3 32 15 4 19 MIA 3
100 220 156 180 19 3 32 15 8 19 MIA 3.3
125 250 184 210 19 3 32 15 8 IV M16 4
ISO 285 211 240 19 3 32 15 8 23 M20 4.9
200 340 266 295 20 3 34 15 8 .23 m20 6.8
250 395 319 350 22 3 48 16 12 23 M20 9.6
300 445 370 400 24-5 4 52 17J 12 23 M20 118
350 505 429 460 24.5 4 52 193 16 23 M20 14.1
400 565 480 515 24.5 4 60 19.5 16 28 M24 16.3
450 615 527 565 25 4 63 20 20 28 M24 19.0
500 670 582 620 26.5 4 68 21 20 28 M24 21.8
600 780 682 725 30 5 75 24 20 31 M27 30.8
700 895 794 840 315 5 82 24 24 31 M27 40.5
750 960 857 900 34 5 87 24 24 31 M27 48
600 1015 901 950 35 5 90 24.5 24 34 M30 55
900 1115 1001 1050 37.5 5 98 26.5 28 34 M30 64
1000 1230 1112 1160 40 5 105 28 28 37 M33 81
1100 1340 1231 1270 43 5 114 30 28 37 M33 101
1200 1455 1328 1380 45 5 120 31.5 32 40 M36 121
14O0 1675 1530 1590 46 5 123 32 36 43 M39 148
1400 1915 1750 1820 49 5 132 34.5 40 49 M45 206
1800 2 US 1950 2020 52 5 141 36.5 44 49 M45 236
2000 2325 2150 2230 55 5 150 3B.5 48 49 M45 279

NOTES
1 Ttienietlicdorscrew(ngatidtteexa<xfcra
arc aeverraaovedafter screwtag on the bane* of Ike pipes.
t If sorequiredthe screwedflangesnun/ be spot welded oaitie back side after screwing.
3 Flange* are to be faced after they arefixedon the pipes (by saewitujc* by weMiag) and Ihcn drilled.
4 Shielded NicfceMroo electrodes at thcprcfemdaiiertalforBunuaJan:Ml<Ua(.

7
IS 8329:1994

Table 5 Dimensions of Standard Flange Drilling for Screwed Flanges


and Welded Flange, Class KIO (PN 16)
(Clauses S.S and 11.5)

A-HQLES EQUALLY SWCFD

Alt dimensions in millimetres.

Nominal Dimensions Holes Boll Mass of


Diameter Size Each
A Fiance
s
/ Dio(d) Metric
DN D E C b / a kg
Number
0) (2) (3) (4) (5) OS) Cl (8) (9) (10) (") (12)
80 200 132 160 19 3 32 15 8 19 M16 3
100 220 156 180 19 3 32 15 8 19 M16 3.3
123 250 184 210 19 3 32 15 8 19 M16 4
150 285 211 240 19 3 32 15 8 23 M20 4.9
200 340 266 295 20 3 34 16 12 23 M20 7.6
250 400 319 355 22 3 43 17.5 12 28 M24 10.2
300 455 370 410 24.5 4 52 19.5 12 28 M24 - 14.4
350 520 429 470 26.5 4 63 21 16 28 M24 17.2
400 580 480 525 28 4 T*1 22.5 16 3! M27 21.9
450 640 548 585 30 4 "8 24 20 31 M27 26.7
500 715 609 650 31.5 4 82 25 20 34 M30 37
600 840 720 770 36 5 93 29 20 37 M33 57
700 910 794 840 39.5 5 103 27.5 24 37 M33 57
750 970 857 900 41 5 1S 28 24 37 M33 65
800 1025 901 950 43 5 114 30 24 40 M36 74
900 1125 1001 1050 46 5 124 32.5 28 40 M36 88
1000 1255 1112 1170 50 5 135 35 28 43 M39 123
1100 1355 1218 1270 53.5 5 144 37.5 32 43 M39 141
1200 1485 1328 1390 57 5 156 40 32 49 M45 185
1400 1685 1530 1590 60 5 1*5 42 36 49 M45 216
1600 1930 1750 1620 65 5 190 45.5 40 56 M52 308
1800 2130 1950 2020 70 5 195 49 44 56 M52 362
2000 2345 2150 2230 75 5 210 52.5 48 62 M56 432

NOTES
1 The method of screwinf and iheenct form oflhre^shHhekfMothedbcmk>nofllKDMnurscturertbenanti
are oever removed after screwing on the barrels of the pipes.
2 Ifsoi^uiredtlKscrcwcdfbafesinaybcspolwelded
3 Hsn|wtobetocedaftCTtbeyarcfbcrfonibepn?

8
IS 8329:1994

Table 6 Dimensions oTStandard Flange Drilling for


Welded Flange, Class K12 (PN 25)
(Clauses 5.8 and 11,5)

AJt dimensions in millimetres.

Nominal Dimensions Holes Boll Mass of


Diameter Slse Each
Fiance
r''"' "' ,r^
ON D C b / 0 s Number Diofd) Metric **
0) (2) (3) W (5) () (?) () (9) (10) (") (12)

80 200 132 160 19 3 30 15 8 19 M16 3


100 235 156 190 19 3 33 15 8 23 M20 3.8
125 270 184 220 19 3 37 15 8 28 M24 53
150 300 211 250 20 3 40 16 8 28 M24 5.9
200 360 274 310 22 3 44 173 12 28 M24 8.7
250 425 330 370 243 3 49 193 12 31 M27 13.1
300 485 389 430 273 56 22 16 31 M27 18
350 555 448 490 30 57 24 16 34 M30 253
400 620 503 550' 32 64 253 16 37 M33 33.2
450 670 548 600 343 69 273 20 37 N33 42.2
500 730 609 660 363 73 29 20 37 M33 48.7
600 84S 720 770 42 83 333 20 40 M36 713
700 960 820 875 463 84 333 24 43 M39 90
750 1020 883 940 50 100 34 24 43 M39 107
800 1085 928 990 51 102 353 24 49 M45 123
900 1185 1028 1090 553 112 39 28 49 M45 149
1000 1320 1140 1210 60 118 42 28 56 MS2 201
1100 1420 1240 1310 653 120 45 32 56 M52 224
1200 1530 1350 1420 69 138 483 32 56 M52 285
1400 1755 1560 1640 74 148 52 36 62 M56 368
1600 1975 1730 1860 81 162 563 40 62 M56 485
1800 2195 1980 2070 88 176. 613 44 70 M64 602
2000 2425 2210 2300 95 190 663 48 70 M64 785

NOTES
1 Fbaaes we lobe faced after lacy are Bnd on the pipes.
2 FtafeiaTCtotefecedaftcrdNyiueltodoate
IS 8329:1994

Table 7 Dimensions of Standard Flange Drilling Tor


Welded Flange, Class K14 (PN 40)
(Clauses 5.8 and 11.5)

All dimensions in millimetres.

Nominal Dimensions Holes Boll Mass of


Diameter Slxe Each
*, Flange
DN D E C b / a s Number Diaid) Metric *y
0) (2) (3) (4) (5) () (7) (8) (9) (10) () (12)
80 200 132 160 19 3 43 15 8 19 m!6 3
100 235 156 190 19 3 48 15 8 23 M20 3.8
125 270 184 220 23.5 3 51 16.5 8 28 M24 5.9
150 300 211 250 26 3 52 18 8 28 M24 8
200 375 284 320 30 3 62 21 12 31 M27 14
250 450 345 365 34.5 3 67 24 12 34 M30 23.2
300 515 409 450 39.5 73 27.5 16 34 M30 33.5
350 580 465 510 44 76 31 16 37 M33 46.7
400 660 535 585 48 83 33.5 16 40 M36 66.9
450 685 560 610 50 89 35 20 40 M36 75.5
500 755 615 670 52 95 36.5 20 43 M39 823
600 890 735 795 58 5 106 40-5 20 49 M45 124.1

NOTE Flan|es are to be faced after they are fixed on Ihe pipes (by screwing or by welding) and then drilled.

10
IS 8329:1994

Table 8 Sockets and Spigot of Pipes, Class K7


(Clause 11.6)
e = 3.5 + 0.007 DN
wilh minimum value of e - 5mm.

Push-on-Joini Mechanical Joint

All dimensions in millimetres.

Nominal Barrel Socket Total MassforOIK Working Length Maximum Works Tesl
Diameter Mast Pressure
*

DN Mfmhn 4m 5m -15 m 6m

mm mm kg kg kg kg kg kg MPa

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) CO 0) (8) (9)


80 5 103 3.4 45 55 60 65 3.2
100 5 12.5 43 54 67 73 79 3.2
125 5 15.4 5.7 67 83 90 98 3.2
150 5 183 7.1 80 99 108 117 3.2
200 5 24.0 103 106 130 142 154 3.2
250 53 313 14.2 * 140 172 187 203 3.2
300 5.6 39.7 18.6 177 217 237 257 3.2
350 6.0 49.4 23.7 221 271 295 320 2.5
400 63 59.0 293 265 324 354 383 2.5
450 6.6 69.2 36.0 313 382 417 451 23
500 7.0 81.4 42.8 368 450 490 531 23
600 7.7 107.0 593 487 594 648 701 2.5
700 8.4 135.7 79.1 622 758 825 893 IJt
750 8.7 1503 90.8 693 843 918 994 1.8
800 9.1 167.9 1016 774 942 1026 1110 1.8
900 9.8 203.0 129.9 942 1145 1246 1348 13
1000 103 2413 1613 1126 1368 1488 1609 1.8
1100 11.2 289.4 200.0 1358 1647 1792 1936 1.2
1200 11.9 327.6 237.7 1548 1876 2039 2203 1.2
1400 133 426.7 2793 1986 2413 2626 2839 1.2
1600 14.7 5383 375.4 2529 3067 3336 3605 13
1800 16.1 662.9 490.6 3142 ' 3805 4137 4468 1.2
2000 17.5 800.2 626.4 3827 4627 5027 5428 13

NOTE-We%hiofthe^ ^ . . o c ^ M ^ ^ ^ ^ , ^ ^ ^ ^ ^

11
IS 8 3 2 9 : 1 9 9 4

Tble9 Sockets and Spigots of Pipes, C l a s s * *


(Clause 11.6)

e - 4 + o.OOSZW
wilh minimum value of * - 6 mm.

Push-on-Joim
Mechanical Joini

All dimensions in millimcires.

Nomiiml Barrel
Diameter Sscfcel
Mass Total Man for One WorUnc Len*1h
Maximum Works Tcsl
DN Pressure
Maafm
4m $m S.$m
mm mm
6m
kg kg kg kg kg
0) (2) (3)
kg MPa
(4) (5) (6)
80 6 12.2 (7) (8)
3.4 52 (9)
100 6 64 71 77
14.9 43 4.0
125 6 64 79 86
183 94 4.0
5.7 79 97
150 6 21.8 106 116
7.1 94 4.0
200 6 116 127 138
28.7 10.3 4.0
250 6 125 154 166
35.6 183
14.2 157 192 4.0
300 6.4 45.3 210 228
18.6 200 245 4.0
350 6.8 55.9 268 290
23.7 247 303 4.0
400 72 67.3 331 359
293 299 366 3.2
450 7.6 794 399 433
36.0 354 434 3.2
500 8.0 92.9 473 513
42* 414 507 3.2
600 8.8 122.1 554 600
593 548 670 3.2
700 96 154.9 731 792
79.1 699 854 3.2
750 10.0 172.8 931 1009
90.8 782 955 23
800 10.4 191.6 1041 1128
102.6 869 1061 23
900 11.2 231.1 1156 12S2
129.9 1054 1285 23
1000 12.0 275.4 1401 1517
1613 1263 1538 23
1100 118 322.9 1676 1814
200.0 1492 1815 2.5
1200 13.6 374.1 1976 2137
237.7 1734 2106 1.8
1400 15.2 487.2 2295 2482
279.3 2228 2 715 1.8
1600 16.6 614.6 2959 3203
375.4 2834 3448 1.8
1800 18.4 756.9 3756 4063
490.6 3518 4 275 1.8
2000 20.0 91X7 4653 5031
626.4 4 281 5195 1.8
5652 6108
1.8
NOTE Wcjglrt of the FwlMMjotei socket
m*Mcck*nkMlJ<faocka(wAtboMtunim.rtfrntyh*K
been takes;

12
IS 8329:1994

Table 10 Sockets and Spigots of Pipes, Class K9


{Clause 11.6)

forZWSQmm ioDN2Q0mme - 5.6 + 0.003 DN


for DN 250 mm to DN 2000 mm e - 4.5 + 0.009 DN.

,
r
HPH
fT 1 _
?f)
r;it
i
i

\
J NOMINAL LAVlwr. , r ^ T [ [
" - .JWMINAL LAVING LENGTH

Push-on-Joinl Mechanical Joint

All dimensions in millimetre.

Nominal Barrel Tol.1 M s for o Wortcln, U n t f h MmKlmum Worfc$ T M ,


Diameter ,1- * Pressure
DN Massfm 4m 5m 5.5 m 6m

mm mm kfi "* H kg H tfi MPa

(0 (2) (3) > (5) (6) (?) (8) (9)


80 6 12.2 34 52 65 71 76 5.0
100 6.1 15.1 <-3 65 80 88 5.0
125 62 18.9 5-7 82 100 110 " 5.0
150 63 218 7.1 W 121 133 J44 5.0
200 6.4 30.6 ">3 m 163 179 I* 5.0
250 6.8 402 M-2 175 215 235 255 5.o
300 7.2 50.8 18.6 222 273 298 323 5.0
350 7.7 63.2 23.7 277 340 371 3 ,,.0
400 8.1 754 293 331 407 445 482 4.0
450 8.5 89.8 36.0 395 485 530 575 4.0
500 9.0 1043 42.8 460 564 616 9 4.0
600 9.9 1373 593 608 745 813 82 4.0
700 10.8 173.9 79-1 775 949 1036 1.123 X2
750 113 194.9 90.8 870 1065 1 163 1260 3.2
800 11.7 215.2 102.6 963 1 179 1286 1394 3.2
900 12.6 260.2 129.9 i,7i 1431 1561 1691 32
1000 13.5 3093 161.3 1399 1708 1862 2017 32
1100 14.4 362 200.0 165J 2014 2195 2377 23
1200 15.3 420.1 237.7 1918 2338 2548 2758 23
1400 17.1 547.2 2793 2468 3015 3289 3563 23
1400 18.9 6903 375.4 -3137 3827 4172 4 517 23
1800 20.7 850.1 490.6 3891 4 741 5166 5591 2j
2000 223 10263 626.4 ' 4732 5 758 6271 6784 w

^ ^ ^ ^

13
IS 8329:1994

Table 11 Sockets and Spigots of Pipes, Class K10


{Clause 11.6)

t - 5 + 0.01 DN
with minimum value of* - S mm.

Mechanical Joint

All dimensions in millimetres.

Nominal Barret Socket Total M a w for One Working Length M a x i m u m Works Test
Diameter Mass Pressure
-A.
DN t Massbn* Urn 5m S.Sm 6 m

mm mm kg kg kg kg kg kg MPa

0) (2) (3) (4) (5) (*) (7) (8) (9)


80 6 12.2 3.4 52 64 71 77 6.0
100 6.1 15.1 43 65 60 87 95 6.0
125 6.3 19.2 5.7 44 97 111 121 6.0
150 6.5 23.5 7.1 101 125 136 148 6.0
200 7.0 333 103 144 177 193 210 6.0
250 7.5 443 14.2 191 236 258 280 6.0
300 8.0 563 18.6 244 300 328 356 6.0
350 8.5 69.6 23.7 302 372 407 441 5.0
400 9.0 83.7 293 364 448 490 532 5.0
450 9.5 99.0 36.0 432 531 581 630 5.0
500 10.0 115.6 42-8 505 621 679 736 5.0
600 11.0 152.0 593 667 819 895 971 5.0
700 12.0 192.9 79.1 851 1044 ' 1140 1237 4.0
750 12.5 215.2 90.8 952 1167 1274 1382 4.0
800 13.0 238.7 102.6 1057 1296 1415 1535 4.0
900 14.0 288.7- 129.9 1285 1573 1718 1862 4.0
1000 15.0 343.2 1613 1534 1877 2049 2 221 4.0
1100 16.0 402.6 200.0 1810 2213 2 414 2 616 3.2
1200 17.0 466.1 237.7 2102 2568 2801 3034 3.2
1400 19.0 607.2 2793 2708 3315 3619 3923 3.2
1600 21.0 766.0 375.4 3439 4205 4588 4 971 3.2
1800 23.0 943.4 490.6 4264 5208 5679 6151 X2
2000 25.0 1139.0 626.4 5182 6321 6891 7460 3.2

N O T E Weight of the ftiinM joint socket and Mechanical Joints

14
IS 8329:1994

Table 12 Socket* and Spigots of Pipes, Class KI2


(Clause 11.6)

e 6 + 0.012W
with minimum value of e 7 mm.

P .NOMINAL LAYING LENGTH


*4* , .

Push-on-Jojnt Mechanical Joint

All dimensions in millimetres.

Nominal Barrel Socket Total MassferOne Working Length Maximum Works Test
Diameter Mass Pressure

ON e Mass/in 4m 5m S.Sm 6m

mm mm kg "6 fcc ** H kg MPfl

0) (2) (3) (<> (S) () (7) C) CO


80 7.0 14.1 3.4 60 74 61 88 8.4
100 7.2 17.7 4.3 75 93 102 111 6.4
125 7.5 22.7 5.7 97 119 131 142 6.4
150 7.8 28.0 7.1 120 147 161 175 8.4
200 8.4 39.7 103 169 209 258 249 8.4
250 9.0 52* 14.2 225 278 305 331 8.4
300 9.6 673 18.6 288 355 389 422 8.4
350 10.2 63.1 23.7 356 439 481 522 6.0
400 10.6 100.0 293 429 529 579 629 6J0
450 11.4 1183 36X1 509 627 637 746 6.0
500 1Z0 138.2 424 596 734 803 872 60
600 13J 181.8 593 786 968 1059 1 150 6.0
700 14.4 230.8 79.1 1002 1233 1348 1464 5.0
750 15.0 257.5 908 1121 1378 1507 1636 5.0
800 15.6 285.5 1016 1245 1530 1673 1616 5.0
900 16.8 345.4 129.9 1512 1857 2030 2202 5.0
1000 18.0 410.6 1613 1804 2214 2 420 2625 5.0
1100 19.2 481.7 200.0 2127 2609 2849 3090 4.0
1200 20.4 557.6 237.7 2468 3027 3306 3585 4.0
1400 22* 679.7 2793 2998 3679 4 018 4358 4.0
1600 25.2 916.9 375.4 4043 4959 5 418 5877 4.0
1800 27.6 11293 490.6 5008 6137 6702 7266 4.0
2000 30.0 2462.4 626.4 10476 12938 14(70 15 401 4.0

NOTE Wetfhtofthe Push-oa joint socket and Mechanical Join! socket (withoutfollowerfbnd) have beun taken as came,

15
IS 8329:1994

Table 13 Dimensions and Weights of Pipes Centrifugall? Cast


with Screwed on Flanges or Welded Flanges
{Clauses 5.8 and U. 5)

ZZEZZZZZ

'/lift Itt.

Nominal Barrel Wall Thickness Flanges Mass, (each) Barrel Mass/metre


Diameter (Approx)
DN (PN10)(PN16)(PN25)(PN40)
X A
t '" \
K9 K10 K12 K14 K9 KW K12 KN K9 KIO K12 KM
mm mm mm mm mm kg
0) (2) (3) (5) (7) (8) (9) (10) 00 (12) (U)

80 6.0 6.0 7.0 8.1 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 12.2 12.2 14.1 16.1
100 6.1 6.1 7.2 S.4 3.3 3.3 33 3.8 15.1 15.1 17.7 20.4
125 6.2 6.3 IS 8.7 4.0 4.0 5.3 5.9 18.9 19.2 22.7 26.1
150 6.3 6.5 7.8 9.1 4.9 4.9 5.9 8.0 223 23.5 28.0 32.4
200 6.4 7.0 8.4 9.8 6.6 7.6 8.7 14.0 30.6 33.3 39.7 46.1
250 6.8 IS 9.0 10.5 9.6 10.2 13.1 23.2 40.2 44.3 52.8 63.3
300 7.2 8.0 9.6 11.2 12.8 14.4 18.0 33.5 503 56.3 67.3 78.1
350 7.7 8.5 10.2 11.9 14.1 17.2 25.5 46.7 63.2 69.6 83.1 96.5
400 8.1 9.0 10.8 12.6 16.3 21.9 33.2 66.9 75.5 83.7 100.0 1163
450 8^ 9.5 11.4 133 19.0 26.7 42.2 75.5 893 99.0 118.3 1463
500 9.0 10.0 12-0 14.0 21.8 37.0 48.7 823 1043 115.6 136.2 160.7
600 9.9 11.0 13.2 15.4 303 57.0 71S 124.1 1373 152.0 1813 206.7
700 10.8 12.0 14.4 40.5 59.0 90.0 173.9 192.9 2303
750 113 its 15.0 48.0 65.0 107.0 194.9 215.2 257.5
600 11.7 13.0 15.6 55.0 74.0 123X1 215.2 238.7 285.5
900 12.6 14.0 163 64.0 88.0 149.0 260.2 288.7 345.4
1000 1&5 15.0 18.0 81.0 123.0 201.0 3093 343.2 410.6
1100 14.4 16.0 19.2 101.0 141.0 224.0 362.8 402.6 481.7
1200 153 17.0 20.4 121.0 185.0 2SS.0 420.1 466.1 5573
1400 17.1 19.0 223 148.0 216.0 368.0 547.2 607.2 679.7
1600 18.9 21.0 25.2 206.0 306.0 486.0 6903 766.0 916.9
1800 20.7 23.0 27.6 236.0 362.0 602.0 850.1 943.4 11293
2000 225 25.0 30.0 279.0 4320 785.0 10263 11J0 2462.4
NOTES
t Tliestaadanllenfilisc*cefltrifiifalh/c^
1 The method of acrea^ and UK exact t b ^
removed after acrewing on the barrels of the pipes.
3 If ao requited the flatty nay be spcrtwekledctttte
4 Fiances sbouM preferably be of ductile iron.
5 Flanies are to be laced after they are feed c tbeDi{)a(cysarwuicorbyweldiii|)aDdtbeocUilkd.
6 SJiacldcdNidtd-lnMdecOTdcsbllsep^

16
IS 8329:1994

13 TOLERANCES 13.2 For efficient working of any particular type of


13.! Intolerance of external diameter of Barrel ' nd^ I T , ' ' 1 ? * " " " " f , h e f S P | g 0 , e " d <DE)
for all type of pipes unless specified, shall be as f * " * * " " of the socket are
fiiniu- important for the area of intended joints. The
follows:
tolerances of the external diameter of the spigot
Dimensions Nominal Diamacr Tolerances ends of the pipes for a length of 1 metre from the
DN mm
end and some critical diemensions of socket of
External diameter Aiidiameten (4.5+o.ooi 5 DN) Push-on joints are given in Table 14 and of
of barrel (>) Mechanical Joints are given in Table 15.

Table 14 Tolerances on Socket Dimensions and Barrel,


for Push-on-joint In mm
(Clause 13.2)
Nominal Diameter
DN DI / J,K t> 0 O N DE
mm
0) (2) (3) <) (5) (6) 0) (8) (9)
80-200 1.5 +2.0 2.0 5.0 3.0 0.5 1.0 2.0
-1.0
250-300 1.5 +2.0 2.5 5.0 3.0 0.5 1.0 2.25
-1.25
350-450 1.5 +2.0 3.0 5.0 4.0 0.5 1.0 2.25
-1.5
500-600 1.75 +2.0 3.5 10.0 4.0 0.5 1.0 2.25
-1.75
700-800 23 +3.0 4.0 10.0 5.0 0.5 1.0 2.75
-2.0
900-1000 3.0 +4.0 5.0 10.0 6.0 0.5 1.0 3.25
-3.0
1100-1 200 3.5 +4.0 6.0 10.0 8.0 1.0 2.0 3.50
-3.0
1400-1600 35 +4.0 6.0 10.0 8.0 1.0 2.0 3.50

Table 15 Tolerance on Dimensions of Barrel aiid SockH for Mechanical Joints


(Clause 13.2)

All dimensions in millimetres.

Dimeaafam NacatnalDIn TaJerancc


DN
External diameter of AR diameters (4 3 + 0.001 DN)
barrel, DC
Internal diameter of AS diameters (3 + 0.001 DN)
socket,/)/
Internal diameter of All diameters (3 + 0.001 DN)
ccnteitaf rio&lf'
Outside diameter of Aiidiameten (2+0.001 DN)
fjand collar,
Depth of socket,/> Aiidiameten 10

1A3 UpU>ti2e/W300thebarrelofpipessnpplied 13J.1 Abovesize/W300sobjecttotheagreeinent


shall be within the tolerance specified starting some of the pipes may be ordered In accordance
1 metre from the end of the Ace of the socket so with 13J. These pipes may be especially marked by
that the pipe can be cat and the short length used, a continuous longitudinal line. Such pipes s o

17
IS8329UW4

specially supplied may be cut and used as short />w,x


length pipes. U = " / ? """ x 100
DE

13.4 Tolerance on Ovality where


13.4.1 Pipes shall be as far as possible circular DE = The external diameter of the pipe.
internally and externally. The tolerance for out of V = Percent difference between the major
roundness of the socket and spigot ends in the and minor axis of the oval end.
jointing zone for Push-on joint are given in Table
16 and for Mechanical Joini are given in Table 17. 13.5 Tolerance on Thickness

13.4.2 In case of oval spigot ends for push-on The tolerance on the wall thickness (<r) and the
joints (DE), the minor axis is permitted to be less flange thickness (/>) of the pipes shall be as
than the minimum allowable diameter by the value follows:
given below provided the mean diameter DE Dimensions Tolerance in mm
measured by circumferential tape, comes within the
Wall thickness (e) - ( 1 . 3 + 0.001 DN)'
minimum allowable dimensions of DE (Table 3)
after applying the tolerance: Flange thickness (b) ( 2 + 0.05 b)
* No limit for the plus tolerance is specified.
Table 16 Allowable Ovality for Push-on
Joint Pipes 13.6 Tolerance on Length
(Clause 13.4.1)
Nominal Diameter Allowable Difference
The tolerance on length of pipes shall be as follows:
DN Between Minor Axis Type ofCasting Tolerance
madDEmin mm
mm mm
Socket and spigot and 25
80 to 300 10 plain ended pipes
350 IO 600 1.75 Flanged pipes 10
700 2.0
750 io 800 2.4 13.6.1 Of the total number of socket and spigot
900 to 1000 3.5 pipes to be supplied in each diameter, the manufac
I 100 io 1 200 4.0 turer may supply up to 10 percent in length shorter
1400 to 1600 4.5 than the specified length as follows:
Specified Length Decrease in Lcnpk
13.4J Mechanical joint will accept some degree of
spigot ovality but the measured difference between Uplo4m 0.5. l o i
the maximum and minimum axis of individual Over 4 m 0.5,1.1.5,2 m
spigots shall not exceed the values given in Table
17. 13.7 Permissible Deviation from a Straight Line
Table 17 Allowable Ovality for Mechanical Jhc pipes s n a n u S O T i g h t . when rolled along
Joint Pipe gantries separated by approximately two-thirds the
{Clauses 13.4.1 and 13,43) lenjili of the pipe to be checked, the maximum
Nominal Diameters Mndmnmonitty^spicotor deviation from a straight line in mm shall not be
DN External Plunders Z> greater than 1.25 times the length L, in metres of
mm mm the pipe, thus:
80 to 150 5 fm < 1.25 L
200 io 350 10 where
400 to 500 20 fnx * maximum deviation from straight line, and
600 to 800 30
900 lo 1000 40 L length of the pipe.
1100 lo 1400 50
1600 lo 2000 60 13JB Flanges

l$AA The general lokraiiceforout of roundness 1&&1 Tolerances for the various dimensions of
for pipes of other type* of joins shall be: flanges shall be as given in Table 18.

18
IS 8329:1994
Table 18 Tolerance on Dimensions of Flanges any constituent soluble in such water, or any in*
(Clause 13.8.1) gredieni which could impart any taste or what
Description Size Tolerance
soever to the potable water after sterilization and
mm mm suitable washing of the mains.
P (as east) Up lo 250 mm +3.0 14.2 Pipes with or without sockets and flanges
-1.0 which are imperfectly, coated or where the coating
D (as cast) Above 250 mm + S.0 does not set or conform to the required quality,
-1.5 specified in 14.1.1 to 14.1.5, the coating shall be
C Up IO 250 mm 1.0 removed and the pipes/flanges recoated.
C Above 250 mm 1.5 15 MARKING
d Up io 300 mm + 2.0
-0.0 15.1 Each pipe shall have cast, stamped or legibly
Above 300 mm + 3.0 and indelibly painted on it the following ap
-0.0 propriate marks:
a) Indicating the source of manufacturing;
13.9 Tolerance on Mass
b) The nominal diameter;
13.9.1 The permissible tolerances on standard c) Class reference;
mass of pipe shall be 8 percent for sizes up to and
including 200 DN and 5 percent for sizes above d) The last two digits of the year of manufac
200 DN.
ture;
e) The non-standard length of the pipe special
1X92 The pipes of the heavier mass than the ly ordered;
maximum shall be accepted provided they comply f) Where applicable, an indication of length
in every other respect with the requirements of this over which the pipe is suitable for cutting on
standard. siie(r 133 and 13.3.1); and
14 COATING g) A short while line at the spigot end of each
pipe with Push-on joint in sizes DN 700 and
14.1 Each pipe shall be coated in accordance with above, to indicate the major axis of the
14.1.1 to 14.1.5.
spigot (see 13.4.2).
14.1.1 Coating shall not be applied to any pipe NOTE Manufacturer* may recommend that spigot end
unless its surface is dean, dry andfreefromrust. of such pipes be Jointed with the major axis in the vertical
position.
14.1.2 Unless otherwise agreed to between the
purchaser and the manufacturer all pipes shall be 15.1.1 Marking may be done:
coated externally and internally with the same a) on the socket faces of pipe centrifugalry cast
material by dipping in a tar or suitable base bath. in metal mould, and
The pipes may be either preheated before dipping b) on the outside of the socket or on the barret
or the bath may be uniformly heated. Alternatively, of pipe centrifugally cast in sand mould.
if mutually agreed to between the purchaser and the
manufacturer, the pipes may be coated by spraying 15.2 Any other marks required by the purchaser
or brush painting. may be painted on the pipes.

14.1.3 The coating material shall set rapidly with 153 Standard Marking
good adherence and shall not scale off.
The pipes may also be marked with the Standard
14.1.4 Where the coating material has a tar or Mark.
similar base, it shall be smooth and tenacious and
hard enough not to flow when exposed to a 153.1 The use ofStandard Mark is governed by the
provisions of Bureau of Indian Standards Act 1986
temperature of 65*C but not so brittle at a tempera
ture of *C as to chip off when scraped lightly withand the Rules Regulations made thereunder. The
penknife, details of conditions under which licence for the use
ofStandard Mark may be granted to the manufac
14.1.5 When the pipes are to be used for conveying turers or producers may be obtained from the
potable water the inside coating shall not contain Bureau of Indian Standards.

19
IS 8329: 1994

ANNEX A
(Clause 9.1.1)
TENSILE TESTS ON BARS FOR PIPES CENTRIFUGALLY
CAST IN METAL OR SAND MOULDS

A-l The tensile test bars for tensile test shall be between the marks, shall equal 5 times its diameter.
taken from spigot end of the pipe at approximately The tensile test specimen as shown in Fig. 1. The
mid-thickness of the wall and its axis should be latter shall be machined as follows according to the
parallel to the axis of the pipes. The test bar shall thickness of the pipe:
include the cylindrical part, the length of which,

Thickness of the Pipe Diameter of the


(mm) Test Bar (mm)
Less than 5 2.0
5 and above but below 6 2.5
6 and above but below 7 3.0
7 and above but below 8 3.5
8 and above but below 10 4.0
10 and above but below 12 5.0
12 and above 6.0

FtC. 1

However tensile test for smaller and medium preparation of the test pieces is very simple and not
diameter pipes having thicknessfrom4.6 to 18 mm time consuming. In that case, the test piece dimen
can alternatively by tested by a miniature testing sions shall be as follows:
machine, for example, Hounsfield tensometer. The

Thickness of Gauge Radius Parallel


ill

the Pipe Dia Length


mm mm mm mm
4.60 to 6.40 3.175 12.7 2^ 15
0.127 0.i27
Above 6.40 to 8.90 4.445 17.78 2.5 20
0.127 0.127
Above 8.90 to 12.70 635 25.4 5.0 32
0.127 0.127
Above 12.70 to 18.0 8.89 35.56 6.0 45
0.178 0.127

20
IS 8329:1994

ANNEX B
( Foreword)
HYDROSTATIC SITE TEST PRESSURES AND HYDRAULIC WORKING PRESSURE

B-1 Suggested maximum hydrostatic site test pressure and maximum hydraulic working pressure
(inclusive of surge) may befollowedas under:

Oats 7 Class K8 Class K9 Oa%sK10 Class*/.' Class KM


MPa MPa MPa MPa MPa MPa

Working pressure:
Water and sewage 0.6 U IS 2.4 4.0 6
Gas 0.4 1.0 1.6

Nominal DIM (DN) WTP STP WIT STP WTP STP WTP STP WTP STP WTP STP
mm MPa MPa MPa MPa MPa MPa MPa MPa MPa MPa MPa MPa

80-300 3.2 2.4 4.0 3.2 5-0 3.7 6.0 4.0 8.4 6.0 10 7.5

350-600 2J \S 3.2 2.4 4.0 3.2 5.0 3.7 6.0 4.0 9.8 7.2

700-1000 1* 1.2 25 1.8 3.2 2.4 4.0 32 5.0 3.7 -

1100-2000 1.2 0.8 IS 1.2 2.5 IS. 3.2 2.4 4.0 3.2 -

where
WTP : Maximum works test pressure.
STP : Maximum site test pressure.

21
>
y

i
Bureau of Indian Standards

BIS is a statutory institution established under the Bureau, of Indian Standards Act, 1986 to promote
harmonious development of the activities of standardization, marking and quality certification of goods
and attending to connected matters in the country.
Copyright

BIS has the copyright of all its publications. No part of these publications may be reproduced in any form
without the prior permission in writing of BIS. This docs not preclude the free use, in the course of
implementing the standard, of necessary details, such as symbols and sizes, type or grade designations.
Enquiries relating to copyright be addressed to the Director (Publications), BIS.
Review of Indian Standards

Amendments are issued to standards as the need arises on the basis of comments. Standards are also
reviewed periodically; a standard along with amendments is reaffirmed when such review indicates that
no changes are needed; if the review indicates that changes are needed, it is taken up for revision. Users
of Indian Standards should ascertain that they are in possession of the latest amendments or edition by
referring to the latest issue of 'BIS Handbook' and 'Standards Monthly Additions'.

This Indian Standard has been developed from Doc No. MID 6 (4014)

Amendments Issued Since Publication

Amend No. Date of Issue Text Affected

BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS


Headquarters:

Manak Bhavan, 9 Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg, New Delhi 110002 Telegrams: Manaksanstha
Telephones: 3310131,33113 75 (Common to all offices)
Regional Offices: Telephone

Central : Manak Bhavan, 9 Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg f 3310131


NEW DELHI 110002 {
1 33113 75
Eastern : 1/14 C IT. Scheme VIIM, V. I. P. Road. Maniktola / 37 84 99,37 85 61
CALCUTTA 700054 \ 37 86 26,37 86 62
Northern: SCO 335-336, Sector 34-A, CHANDIGARH 160022 f 60 38 43
{ 602025
Southern: C1. T. Campus, IV Cross Road, MADRAS 600113 / 235 02 16,235 04 42
\ 235 15 19,235 23 15
Western : Manakalaya, E9 MIDC, Marol, Andhcri (East) f 632 92 95,632 78 58
BOMBAY 400093 \ 632 78 91,632 78 92
Branches: AHMADABAD. BANGALORE BHOPAL. BHUBANESHWAR.
COIMBATORE FARLDABAD. GHAZIABAD. CUWAHATI. HYDERABAD.
JAIPUR. KANPUR. LUCKNOW. PATNA. THIRUVANANTHAPURAM.
Printed at Simoo Mating Prim. Delhi
y

Bureau of Indian Standards

BIS is a statutory institution established under ihe Bureau of Indian Standards Act, 1986 to promote
harmonious development of the activities of standardization, marking and quality certification of goods
and attending to connected matters in the country.
Cop)right

BIS has the copyright of all its publications. No part of these publications may be reproduced in any form
without the prior permission in writing of BIS. This does not preclude the free use, in the course of
implementing the standard, of necessary details, such as symbols and sizes, type or grade designations.
Enquiries relating to copyright be addressed to the Director (Publications), BIS.
Review of Indian Standards

Amendments arc issued to standards as the need arises on the basis of comments. Standards are also
reviewed periodically; a standard along with amendments is reaffirmed when such review indicates that
no changes are needed; if the review indicates that changes arc needed, it is taken up for revision. Users
of Indian Standards should ascertain that they arc in possession of the latest amendments or edition by
referring to the latest issue of 'BIS Handbook' and 'Standards Monthly Additions*.

This Indian Standard has been developed from Doc No. MTD 6 (4014)

Amendments Issued Since Publication

Amend No. Date of Issue Text Affected

BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS


Headquarters:
Manak Bhavan, 9 Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg, New Delhi 110002 Telegrams: Manaksanslha
Telephones: 3310131,33113 75 (Common to all offices)
Regional Offices: Telephone
Central : Manak Bhavan, 9 Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg 33101 31
NEW DELHI 110002 { 331 13 75
Eastern : 1/14 C I.T. Scheme VIIM, V. I. P. Road, Maniktola 84 99,37 85 61
CALCUTTA 700054 {2 8626,37 8662
603843
Northern: SCO 335-336, Sector 34-A, CH/VNDIGARH 160022
{ 602025
/ 235 02 16,235 04 42
Southern: C I. T. Campus, IV Cross Road, MADRAS 600113 12351519,235 2315
Western : Manakalava, E9 MIDC, Marol, Andheri (East) / 632 92 95,632 78 58
BOMBAY 400093 1.6327891,6327892
Branches: AHMADABAD. BANGALORE BHOPAL. BHUBANESHWAR.
COIMBATORE FAR IDABAD. GHAZIABAD. GUWAHATI. HYDERABAD.
JAIPUR. KANPUR. LUCKNOW. PATOA. TH1RUVANANTHAPURAM.
Primed M Simoo Prirtfk* Pre*. Delhi
AMENDMENT NO. 1 SEPTEMBER 2001
TO
IS 8329: 2000 CENTRIFUGALLY CAST (SPUN)
DUCTILE IKON PRESSURE PIPES FOR WATER, CAS
AND SEWAGE SPECIFICATION
(Third Revision)

( Page 3, clause 4.4 ) Delete.


( Page 3, clause f.1.2 ) Substitute the following for ibe existing clause:
'6.U. For high pressure mains wberc working pressure is substantial, depending
on site condition, suitable flexible joint may be preferred wbcre ibe joint is
restrained against axial movement.*
( Page 4, clause 7.2, Una H and IS ) Substitute the following for ibe
existing:
all the requirements of clauses 10 and 11.*
( Page 5, clause 10.1.6, Note 2)Substitute ibe following (or tbc existing:
*> F*f 4ttfia*i(MflflpMDNICO0.irOM*kM(rctwnRvub7ipri*frifiiwwlik
ffttftidtl tttfAfl* M 4 stiMMip 4 M C I M tlckd * &** * 't b *B ht u t i i u
*lUf (W wiwdwul af itii ttaaStfJ 4w A* lusilt unt* af lU snacters b wfehU
dMifemW*MMV

( A i g * 6, cluiutf 11.1.1, /use t ) Insert 'minimum* before 'Hydrostatic


lest'.
( Page 6, cfaue 11.2)Substitute ibc following for toe existing clause:
*ll& Test shall be anted out before Ibe spoliation of surface coating and
lining except tine coating, wblcb may be applied before the hydrostatic lest.*
(Page 6, clause 12.2 )Substitute the following for ibe existing clause:
'1L2 I b e critical external diameter of epigot of pipes for push-on flexible joint
and mechanical joint for all classes arc given In Table 2 for reasons of safety and
IniefchaageablUty.*

1
Amend No, 1 to IS 8329 ; 2000

{Pages 8,9,10 and\\, Tobies 3,4,5 and6) Delete the existing column
V . Title *b* of the column may be read is V.Tbe Idler V in the sketch miy be
omitted.
(Page 12, chase 15.4) Substitute the following for the existing:
The tolerance on wall thickness (e)and flange thickness (b) of the pipes shall be
as follows:

St Oimemipn
It*. mm

n Wall ikkbit u M to 4 nm -U
m Walt iKtcbtcu ( 0 above mm -03*0x01 DM 1
Wl fUite rttk-ttMstO) *fiaostt
*1U Hktino c'*** airtjaei to aaiaimvm uklicaa agalMl all dmata fhnts la 44. H* Hmh
fot ffattofccaitctla aftc^M.' _______^^______

( Arge 12, clause 15.4 )Insert a new clause after 15.4:


15.4.1 Pipe wall thickness compliance shall lie demonstrated by tbc
manufacturer, be may use combination of various means such as:
. Direct wall thickness measuring or ganging by suitable requirements sues as
mechanical or ultrasonic equipment.
The frequency of testing is related lo the system of production and quality
control used by manufacturer. '
( P*ge 13, chute M.1) Substitute the following for tbc existing:
'M.l Unless otherwise agreed between the manufacturer and the purchaser, all
pipes skill be delivered with an external bituminous coating In accordance with
provisions of Annex C
(Page 13, ctatuc U.2, line 8 ) Delete the sentence 'Ditumlnoua paint: as
included In Annex C \
( Page 17, Table 15, cot A ) Substitute Ibe following for toe existing
values:
*0.{t, 1.0,1.2 snd l.S' respectively.