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Contents01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 The Corporation Corporate Philosophy Jain PE Pipes Jain PE Pipes - Design Details & Technical Characteristics Jain PE Pipes Advantages Jain PE Pipes Applications Jain PE Pipes for Potable Water Supply Jain Insta Tracer Pipe - For precise location after underground burial Jain PE Pipes for House Service Connection Jain PE Pipes for Disposal Systems B-Sure PE Gas Pipes Jain PE Landfill Extraction Pipes Jain PE Pipe for Sprinkler & Farm Irrigation System Jain Silicoat PE OFC Ducts B-Sure Corrugated HDPE Pipes and Fittings Jain PE Fittings Turnkey Solutions and Project Execution Jain PE Jointing Methods Jain PE Installation Methods Jointing Dos and Donts Frequently Asked Questions List of Major Customers Application Photographs Chemical Resistance Chart Material Safety Data Sheet Specification, Standards & Product Performance Certifications Conversion Factors & Formulas 01 03 04 07 18 19 20 25 26 29 34 39 41 42 46 50 53 54 57 67 73 92 93 100 103 106 108

The Corporation...Jain Irrigation Systems Ltd. (JISL) derives its name from the pioneering work it did for the Micro Irrigation Industry in India. However, there is more to Jain Irrigation than Irrigation. Jain Piping Division is the largest producer of Thermoplastic piping systems for all conceivable applications with pipes ranging from 3 mm to 1600 mm in diameter and in pressure ratings ranging from 1.00 kgf/cm to 16 kgf/cm and above. JISL has a production capacity of over 2,00,000 M.T. per annum and the only manufacturer to own DSIR approved R&D setup with state of the art facilities. The pipes are manufactured confirming to IS, DIN, ISO, ASTM, TEC and other customised specifications. Micro-Irrigation Division manufactures full range of precision-irrigation products, provides services from soil survey, engineering design to agronomic support and nurtures a sprawling 2300 acre Hi-Tech Agri Institute. It undertakes turnkey projects for total agricultural development. Divisions pool of over 800 agri scientists, technologists and technicians are well equipped to render consultancy for complete or partial project planning and implementation e.g. Watershed or Wasteland and/or Crop Selection and Rotation. Tissue Culture Division fully makes Grand Nain Banana plantlets and has established vast primary and secondary hardening facilities and R&D labs. Agricultural and Fruit processing wastes are converted into Organic Manure. Neem-based pesticides are also formulated. Both are critical inputs for Organic Farming. Agro Processed Products Division processes tropical fruits into purees, concentrates, juices, while Dehydration facility dehydrates Onions & Vegetables. The Piping Division also includes PVC range of Pipes and Fittings catering to the urban and rural infrastructure needs of the country apart from irrigation needs of the farmers. Plastic sheet divisions globally marketed products help conserve forests by providing alternative to wood in home building markets. Solar Energy Heating and Lighting Equipments and Bio-Energy sources are new additions. In a nutshell, the Corporation is the only one-stop-shop encompassing manufacturing and marketing of hi-tech agricultural inputs and piping services as well as processing of agri produce. No wonder, it has distinguished itself as a leader in the domestic as well as global markets. The corporate product range improves productivity and adds value to the agri-sector. Conservation of scarce Natural resources, protection and improvement of environment emerge as wholesome blessings. Corporation has 16 manufacturing plants and numerous offices across the globe. The Corporation has pioneered and raised a new Micro Irrigation industry in India and thereby helped harbinger Second Green Revolution. The reward has been over millions of smiling farmers and scores of other customers in 107 countries.


Corporate Philosophy

Mission : Leave this world better than you found it. Vision : Establish leadership in whatever we do at home and abroad. Credo : Serve and strive through strain and stress; Do our noblest, thats success. Goal : Achieve continued growth through sustained innovation for total customer satisfaction and fair return to all other stakeholders. Meet this objective by producing quality products at optimum cost and marketing them at reasonable prices. Guiding Principle : Toil and sweat to manage our resources of men, material and money in an integrated, efficient and economic manner. Earn profit, keeping in view commitment to social responsibility and environmental concerns. Quality Perspective : Make quality a way of life. Work Culture : Experience : Work is life, life is work.

Guidelines : Customer and Market Commit to total customer satisfaction. Build and maintain market leadership. Quality Excellence Strive continually to reach and maintain quality in every aspect. Safety and Health Secure safety and health of associates and other assets. Environment and Society Protect, improve and develop environment Cherish the symbiosis and nurture creative partnership between society and environment. Development of Other Stakeholders Adopt transparency and fair practices for continuous sustainable growth.


Jain PE Pipes

Production of 1600 mm diameter PE pipe PN6

What is Polyethylene?When scientists first experimented with a reaction between ethylene and benzaldehyde using two thousand atmospheres of internal pressure, their experiment went askew when all the pressure escaped due to a leak in the testing container. On opening the tube they were stunned to find a white waxy substance that looked a lot like some form of plastic. After repeating the experiment, they discovered that the loss of pressure was not due to a leak at all, but was a result of the polymerization process. The residue polyethylene (PE) resin was a milky white, translucent substance derived from ethylene (CH2=CH2). Polyethylene was produced with low to high density. Low-density polyethylene (LDPE) has a density ranging from 910.0 to 930.0 kg/cm. The molecules of LDPE have a carbon backbone with side groups of four to six carbon atoms attached randomly along the main backbone. LDPE is the most widely used of all plastics, because it is inexpensive, flexible, extremely tough, and chemical-resistant. LDPE is molded into bottles, garment bags, frozen food packages, and plastic toys. High-density polyethylene (HDPE) has a density that ranges from 940.0 to 970.0 kg/cm. Its molecules have an extremely long carbon backbone with no side groups. As a result, these molecules align into more compact arrangements, accounting for the higher density. HDPE is stiffer, stronger, and less translucent than low-density polyethylene. HDPE is formed into car fuel tanks, packaging and of course piping. 3

Jain PE PipesPolyethylene PipePolyethylene was first developed in 1933 as a flexible, low density coating and insulating material for electrical cables. It played a key role during World War II - first as an underwater cable coating and then as a critical insulating material for such vital military applications as radar insulation. Because of its light weight, radar equipment was easier to carry on a plane, which allowed the out-numbered Allied aircraft to detect German bombers under difficult conditions such as nightfall and thunderstorms. High density polyethylene, however, is quite a bit different from the polyethylene used in the 1930s. LDPE was discovered in 1935 and it wasnt until sixteen years later in 1951 that high density polyethylene appeared on the scene. As a relatively newcomer in the piping industry, polyethylene is constantly making its way into applications normally reserved for the older piping technologies. It was not until after the World War, though, that the material became a preferred choice with consumers and from that point on, its rise in popularity has been almost unprecedented. Since the late 1950s and early 1960s, polyethylene has made its way into every corner of our lives launching a multi-billion dollar industry. It became the first plastic in the United States to be sold more than a billion pounds a year and it is currently the largest volume plastic in the world. This is partly due to the fact that there are

Normally metal pipe after 30 to 40 years will become like this

Normally PE Pipe after 50 years will remain same as a new one

certain characteristics (or combinations of characteristics) of high density polyethylene that make it an attractive alternative. Whether it is an issue of installing a new piping system or rehabilitating an existing system, there are certain requirements placed on the piping material: that it be simple to install, that it doesnt leak or cost a lot to maintain, and will last a very long time. Effectively, as long as polyethylene can satisfy these demands better than any other material, it will continue its gain in popularity.

PE FamilyIn the first generation of PE the curve at 60C and 80C always showed a knee before 10,000 h, making it possible to calculate the coordinates of the knee at 20C by extrapolation. They were generally stiff polymers of high density, but unsatisfactory environmental stress crack resistance (ESCR) at 50C. With the second (PE80 since 1980) and third (PE100 since 1990) generations of PE there is no knee anymore at 60C and even at 80C, with hardly any brittle failure ever before 10,000 h. With second generation (medium density PE80) the ESCR is improved by increasing the chain branching and lowering the density as much as possible. The creep resistance is decreased to its lowest possible value in order to optimize ESCR; the knee


Jain PE PipesJain Irrigation manufactures PE Pipe and Corrugated plastic pipe for Pipe line networks of Gas, Liquid, Solids & Other applications. What we refer to as PE pipe - also known as Poly Pipe, PE pipe or Polyethylene pipe - is manufactured by extrusion technology in sizes ranging from 3 mm to 1600 mm diameter.

Jointing of PE Pipeline of 280 mm size for Cairn Energy, Barmer

If you are looking for rugged dependability, light weight, long lasting service, trouble-free installation, flexibility, superior flow rates, high chemical resistant and extremely high corrosion resistance without compromising on efficiency Jain PE piping systems are the perfect solution. If you want to know about this piping system, please contact us and we will gladly answer any of your questions.

Applications of Jain PE pipesLiquid Water Supply Drainage & Sewers Industrial Liquids, Chemicals Marine Works, Sea Water Intake and Outfall Gas Gas Piping Land-fill Gas Extractions Ventilation Solid Dredging Mining Other Electrical Conduits Telecom Cable Ducts Manholes Culverts Geothermal Heating Perforated Pipes

For over twenty-five years we have manufactured plastic pipe for a wide range of industrial, commercial and residential applications. Some of the more popular applications of our PE pipe include Gas pipes, Water mains, Sewers, Drainage and Cable duct.

Colour Coding for PE pipesSr. No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Colour Black with blue stripes or Blue Black Gray Black with Red stripes Yellow, Orange or Black Application Water Supply Sewer/ Drainage/ Effluent Treated Effluent Fire Fighting Water Natural Gas Distribution References IS 4984 IS 14333 General Practice General Practice IS 14885 5

Jain PE PipesWhy Choose Jain PE Pipe?Choosing the right kind of piping material for your project is not easy when you require Strength, Durability as well as Light weight, Flexibility for easy handling and installation along with Earthquake resistance. As a total piping solution therefore, Jain PE Pipe is chosen above all others.

Installation of Cross Country PE Pipeline

Until plastic was invented, this was not even a consideration. Piping users were limited to one of two possibilities: either concrete or metal, both of which were strong with limited durability, but difficult to handle and to install due to their weight and stiffness. Prior to the invention of polyethylene in the 1950s, plastic pipe was easy enough to handle and to install, but limited in strength and durability. That all changed with polyethylene. Piping customer now had the best of both worlds, with one added bonus. Not only was PE pipe durable and easy to install, it could be homogeneously joined together by heat fusion making it completely leak free. Leak Statistics in Water Distribution Pipes Pipe Material Installed km % of network Number of Leaks % leaks Leaks / 1000 km Steel 16379 52.1 3337 70.0 203.7 Polyethylene 2240 7.1 58 1.2 25.9 PVC-U 5416 17.2 848 17.8 156.6 Asbestos cement 7395 23.5 522 11.0 70.6 To select the right piping solution for any project, we provide all kinds of technical specifications and support. In addition to the various dealers that we have, our team is ready to assist you with your technical and design questions. You can also contact by e-mail: [email protected] or postal address: Jain Plastic Park, N.H.No.6, Bambhori, P.O.Box 72, Jalgaon - 425 001, Maharashtra, Phone no. +91-257-225 8011. 6

Jain PE Pipes - Design Details & Technical Characteristicsbefore 50 years @ 20C disappeared, but the short-term resistance decreased due to the lower density. In third generation (high density PE80 and PE100) ESCR is improved by branching only the long chains, thereby not decreasing the density (maintaining stiffness / creep resistance). Short chain branches inserted on the longer molecules ensure an efficient increase of the resistance to stress cracking in the long term, while creep resistance is maintained through high density (no branches on short chains that crystallize easily). Property of HDPE Pipes Surface feel Usual colour Sound when dropped Combustibility Odour of smoke after flame is extinguished Nail test impression Floats on water Notch sensitivity Method of permanent joining Linear expansion in/in/ F0

Waxy Black Clatter Bright flame : Drops continue to burn while falling Like candles Impression possible Yes No Fusion 9x10-5 0.36 to 0.438 0.42 940.0 to 958.4 (Base Density)0

Thermal conductivity kcal/mh0C Specific heat kcal/mh C0

Density kg/m Tensile strength at 20 C MPa Modules of elasticity at 20 C MPa0

20-26 900

PE Classification ISO 4427 - 2007(E).Designation PE100 PE80 PE63 PE40

PE 100In the early 1990s, a new type of PE material was developed in Europe with higher hoop strength giving rise to the PE100 classification. These materials are sometimes termed bimodal or 3rd generation because of the two stage polymerization process used to produce them. PE100 materials produce stronger pipes which are used for higher pressure operation in gas and water distribution systems. A design engineer may wish to apply a greater safety factor depending on operating conditions and environmental considerations.


Jain PE Pipes Design Details & Technical CharacteristicsS.No. Features 1 Life Expectancy Design Value of Frictional coefficient Characteristics PE Pipe has a Life Expectancy of 50 - 100 years. Measurement Formula Typical Design Value Absolute Roughness Colebrooke 0.000005 ft. Friction Factor C Hazen Williams 150 - 155 Roughness Coefficient Manning Equation 0.009 Remains constant throughout its life span PE pipe is normally joined by butt fusion method which creates a joint that is as strong or stronger than the pipe itself, and is virtually leak free. Butt-fused joints create a homogenous, monolithic joint leading to leak proof system. Does not rust, rot, or corrode. Jain PE pipes are non-conducting and inert and hence immune to galvanic and electrochemical corrosion. Jain PE pipes do not rust or corrode, both inside and outside. PE pipes do not degrade due to biological effects. They are not digestible and do not contain ingredients that would attract animals like rodents. The exceptionally smooth and flexible surfaces of the Jain PE pipes do not offer any abrasion effects to rodents teeth like steel, CI and DI pipes. PE pipe has excellent chemical resistance. Black PE pipe containing 2 to 3.0% carbon black can be safely used outside in the sun without damage from UV exposure. Tough and good Impact Resistance. PE pipe is available in various sizes upto 1600 mm dia. and pressure ratings of PN-2.5, PN-4, PN-6, PN-8, PN-10, PN-12.5 & PN-16 ( PN = kgf/cm) It is lighter than Metal or Concrete pipe. It is easier to handle & install as compared to above materials. PE pipe can be bent to a minimum radius of 25 times the pipe diameter. This flexibility of PE pipe allows it to be curved under, over & around obstacles as well as directional changes. Good abrasion resistance as compared to other pipe. The performance ratio is 3:1 in favour of PEFibr e rein glass forc ed p ipe2.0 2.5 3.0


3 4

Joint Leak Proof Corrosion Resistance & Biological Effects Chemical Resistance UV Protection Impact & Toughness Pressure Ratings & Dia. Lightweight Flexibility Abrasion Resistance


6 7 8 9 10 11 12

PE PVC Clay P ipe

600 000



200 000





Abrasion (mm)

13 8

Coiled Pipe

PE pipe is also available in coil form upto 140mm dia. with specific SDR.

Asbestos cement pipe

Load cycles N

400 000


Jain PE Pipes Design Details & Technical CharacteristicsS.No. Features 14 Earth quake / Soil settlement resistance Characteristics Found good in case of earth quake and soil settlement. Jain PE pipes have excellent resistance to Environmental Stress Cracking which is due to the combined actions of stress and the environment. The strain ability of Jain PE pipes under stress is higher than any conventional pipes, thereby the pipes never fail due to prism loads and soil settlement due to seasonal changes. The water hammer effect in the Jain PE pipes are the lowest when compared to conventional pipes for similar operating conditions, thereby reducing the number of safety appurtenances necessary in the system as well the cost of maintenance. 900 to 1200 Mpa.


Water Hammer Average E-Modulus (Mpa)


Temperature EffectJain PE pipes perform well over a wide range of temperatures ranging from -40C to 45C for pressure applications and upto 80C for non-pressure gravity-flow applications. However for higher temperature applications, suitable pressure de-ratings should be applied. Exposed to sunlight installations of Jain PE pipes will be subjected to temperature rise and fall during day and night which will cause pipe to change in length as it expands and contracts. Proper precautions should be taken for these linear expansions and contractions to avert damages to the pipe joints. System design should accommodate changes in the pipeline due to linear expansion or contraction. Expansion joints should not be used unless they are specially designed for PE pipe systems. In case of above-ground and over head installations exposed to direct sunlight consult JISL Engineer or authorized dealer for proper installation techniques to be adopted.

Temperature De-rating of PE Pipes (as per IS: 4984-1995 specifications)Service Temperature 20C 25C 30C 35C 40C 45C 50C 55C 60C 63C Multiplication factor for Pressure rating 1.12 1.00 0.88 0.76 0.64 0.52 0.40 0.28 0.18

1.40 1.20 Pressure Coefficient 1.00 0.80 0.60 0.40 0.20 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65


Temperature C


Jain PE Pipes Design Details & Technical CharacteristicsRegression Curves (Stress / Time curves) PE 80

PE 100

Minimum Required Strength (MRS) and Design StressThe MRS (Minimum Required Strength) classification of pipe is based on a 50 year life-cycle. This does not mean that the pipe will fail at 50 years, because the design stress is calculated using the 97.5% lower confidence limit of the predicted stress, coupled with a minimum safety factor of 1.25 (for water). Consequently when in service, the pipe is operating well below the stress that would cause a failure at 50 years and the actual failure time due to creep is likely to be only after hundreds of years.


Jain PE Pipes Design Details & Technical CharacteristicsAll plastic materials used for the manufacture of pipeline systems are classified in accordance with ISO.Classification is achieved by testing pipe samples at different temperatures and internal pressures and recording the time to failure. The data is then extrapolated in accordance with ISO TR 9080 in order to predict the stress over 50 years. This classification system is based on the predicted minimum required strength (MRS), which is the hydraulic stress that would cause failure after 50 years. The MRS value increases at lower temperatures and vice versa. When designing pipelines for use at temperatures above 23C the correct MRS value must be therefore be used for the given operating temperature. Since these regression curves are the root of the science of plastic piping, a somewhat detailed description is given below. At a fixed temperature the pipe is put under a fixed hoop stress s and the failure time t is measured. A whole range of hoop stresses is investigated (from 2 to 20MPa, depending on the polymer and the temperature), resulting in a whole range of failure times (from 1 to 10,000 hours). The regression curve is calculated as log s = f (log t) The long term hydrostatic strength sLTHS is the predicted mean strength at a given temperature, calculable over the whole range of time (from 1h to 50 years). It is extrapolated from the 20/40/60/80 degree C curves (failure times measured from 1 hour to 10,000 hours = 416 days). At 60C and / or 80C it may be possible to observe the knee before 10000 hours but at 20C the knee should not be observed before 10000 h - it can only be known through extrapolation. As the behaviour of a resin can not be known before starting its regression curve, the exact failure times can not be predicted. In practice the creation of a regression could take 18 months or more. The permissible design stress is obtained by applying a safety factor (1,25 - 2,5) to the projected burst strength at 50 years. The failure can be either ductile (which corresponds to creep rupture) or brittle (which corresponds to environmental stress cracking). Ductile failure occurs at high hoop stress and gives a short failure time. Brittle failure occurs at low hoop stress and gives a long failure time. The two kinds of failure give rise to a linear curve made of two branches of different slope : almost horizontal for ductile failure (short failure time), and then steep for brittle failure (long failure time). The transition point between the 2 modes of failure, which is represented by a change of slope on the regression curve, is called the knee of the regression curve. PVC as well as the latest grades of HDPE will not display a knee on the curves.

Ductile FailureDuctile failure is a creep induced failure, or plastic deformation - the pipe stretches and deform itself under pressure. Ductile failure resistance can be enhanced by increasing the crystallinity and therefore the density of the polymer. The material is then stiffer. In failure induced by creep, the failure time depends on the applied pressure. This means that a small change in pressure implies a large change in failure time.

Brittle FailureBrittle failure is the result of (ageing induced) environmental stress cracking (slow crack growth) through the disentanglement of the polymeric chains. It can be prevented by increasing the entanglement (higher molecular weight, chain branching) time. On the contrary, environmental stress cracking / slow crack growth corresponds to an ageing induced degradation of the polymer. When the polymer becomes older, the polymeric chains disentangle themselves; micro cracks build and grow, so that the polymer loses its stress resistance. 11

Jain PE Pipes Design Details & Technical CharacteristicsOperating PressureHoop Stress, Internal Pressure & Wall Thickness

Classification of Pipe MaterialSr. No. Material Grade MRS (Minimum Required Strength) of Material in MPA, at 20C, 50 Years (3) 6.3 8.0 10.0 Maximum Allowable Hydrostatic Design Stress (r), MPa Water At 20C (4) 5.0 6.3 8.0 Water At 30C (5) 4.0 5.0 6.3 For sewage and Industrial Efficient (6) 3.0 4.0 5.0

(1) i) ii) iii)

(2) PE 63 PE 80 PE 100

Pressure RatingPipes shall be classified by pressure rating (PN) corresponding to the maximum permissible working pressure at 30C, as follows:Pressure Rating of Pipe (PN) Maximum Permissible Working Pressure (MPa) 2.5 0.25 4 0.40 6 0.60 8 0.80 10 1.00 12.5 1.25 16 1.60

Wall ThicknessMinimum wall thicknesses in mm of the pipe has been calculated as follows and rounded off to the next higher 0.1 mm S=Pxd 2 + P where P= d= = maximum permissible working pressure in MPa at 30C for 50 years of life; nominal outside diameter in mm; specified maximum allowable hydrostatic design stress, in MPa at 30C for 50 years of life.

The wall thickness of pipes are based on the maximum allowable hydrostatic design stress () of 4.0, 5.0 and 6.3 MPa at 30C water temperature for 50 years of life, for the three grades of materials. In case of variation in water temperature, the working pressure needs to be modified. However, occasional rise in temperature as in summer season with concurrent corresponding reduction in temperature during night has no deleterious efffects on the life and working pressure of the pipes. Maximum wall thickness has been calculated as follows: a) For pipes with an outside diameter less than or equal to 355 mm, maximum wall thickness = (1.1 x minimum wall thickness + 0.2 mm). b) For pipes with outside diameter equal to or greater than 400 mm, maximum wall thickness = (1.15 x minimum wall thickness + 0.2 mm). rounded off to the next higher 0.1 mm.


Jain PE Pipes Design Details & Technical CharacteristicsSurge & FatigueIt should be noted that thermoplastics such as modern HDPE and PVC-U respond to high rates of loading, i.e. as occurs with pressure transients, by exhibiting greater strength and stiffness. This is because the materials molecular chain structure reacts to resist the deformation. Hence, at high pressurisation rates pipes are better able to resist the higher stress levels associated with surge. The strength of the material will increase with high rates of loading. Surge and fatigue are often combined as a collective term. However, although both phenomena arise from the same events (valves closing quickly, pump shut down etc.)

Typical values of EMaterial HDPE PP PVC-U GRP E (MPa) 800 - 1200 800 - 900 3000 - 3500 10000 - 20000

Typical Physical PropertiesPhysical Properties Density (Base Density) Melt Flow Index (190C/2.16kg) Melt Flow Index (190C/5kg) Vicat Softening Point Crystalline Melting Range Viscosity Number Mechanical Properties Shore D, Hardness Tensile @ Yield Ultimate Tensile Ultimate Elongation at brack Elastic Modulus Flexural Stress (3.5% Deflection) Notched Impact (Charpy) AcN 23C Notched Impact (Charpy) AcN 30C Thermal Stability 210C Carbon Black content Values 940.0 to 958.40 < 0.3 0.2 to 1.1 120 - 130 130-133 390 Values 58 - 65 20 - 26 30 >600 900 13.8 - 20.3 20 6 >20 >2 Unit kg/m g/10 min. g/10 min.

C C cm/gUnit MPa MPa % MPa MPa KJ/m KJ/m min. %

Benefits of PE 100Operating Pressure Water 10 bar Gas 100 h Failure time > 165 h Failure time > 1000 h Failure time > 100 h Failure time > 165 h Failure time > 1000 h > 930 > 20

Test Parameters -PE-100- 12.4 MPa-20C PE-100- 5.5 MPa-80C PE-100- 5.0 MPa-80C PE-80- 9.0 MPa-20C PE-80- 4.6 MPa-80C PE-80- 4.0 MPa-80C 23C 200C 190C-5 Kg 23C 23C

Test Method ISO-3126 ISO-1167 ISO-1183, ISO-1872/1 ISO/TR10837 ISO-4440/1 IS: 14885 IS: 14885

g/10 Min 0.2 to 1.1 MPa 15 Min % 350 Min

B-Sure PE Gas PipesGas Pipe DimensionsOuter Dia. mm 16.0 20.0 25.0 32.0 40.0 50.0 63.0 75.0 90.0 110.0 125.0 140.0 160.0 180.0 200.0 225.0 250.0 280.0 315.0 355.0 400.0 450.0 500.0 560.0 630.0 SDR 17.6 MIN 2.3 2.3 2.3 2.3 2.3 2.9 3.6 4.3 5.2 6.3 7.1 8.0 9.1 10.3 11.4 12.8 14.2 16.0 17.9 20.2 22.8 25.6 28.5 31.9 35.8 MAX 2.7 2.7 2.7 2.7 2.7 3.3 4.1 4.9 5.9 7.1 8.0 8.9 10.2 11.5 12.7 14.2 15.8 17.7 19.8 22.4 25.2 28.3 31.5 35.2 39.5 MIN 2.3 2.3 2.3 2.3 3.0 3.7 4.7 5.5 6.6 8.1 9.2 10.3 11.8 13.3 14.7 16.6 18.4 20.6 23.2 26.1 29.4 33.1 36.8 41.2 46.3 SDR 13.6 MAX MIN Wall Thickness mm 2.7 3.0 2.7 3.0 2.7 3.0 2.7 3.0 3.4 3.7 4.2 4.6 5.3 5.8 6.2 6.8 7.4 8.2 9.1 10.0 10.3 11.4 11.5 12.7 13.1 14.6 14.8 16.4 16.3 18.2 18.4 20.5 20.4 22.7 22.8 25.4 25.7 28.6 28.9 32.3 32.5 36.4 36.6 41.0 40.6 45.5 45.5 51.0 51.1 57.3 SDR 11 MAX 3.4 3.4 3.4 3.4 4.2 5.2 6.5 7.6 9.2 11.1 12.7 14.1 16.2 18.2 20.2 22.7 25.1 28.1 31.6 35.7 40.2 45.2 50.2 56.2 63.2 MIN 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.6 4.5 5.6 7.1 8.4 10.1 12.3 14.0 15.7 17.9 20.1 22.4 25.1 27.9 31.3 35.2 39.7 44.7 50.3 55.8 SDR 9 MAX 3.4 3.4 3.4 4.1 5.1 6.3 8.0 9.4 11.3 13.7 15.5 17.4 19.8 22.3 24.8 27.8 30.8 34.6 38.7 43.8 49.3 55.5 61.5 -

Application: Jain Polyethylene Gas pipe are suitable for Gas distribution network both for domestic & industrial consumption. PE-100 SDR 7 & 9 are suitable for use in cross country gas conveyance pipeline systems.

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Jain PE Landfill Gas Extraction PipesPE Landfill Gas PipeLandfill conditions present unique challenges for any piping system. In a landfill, a piping system will have to withstand external loads, be highly resistance to corrosive chemicals and harsh environmental conditions. The flexibility and light weight features of polyethylene pipe make it easy to assemble and install especially where conditions are far from perfect. One of the biggest advantages of using our pipe is its promise of leak free operation. Because our landfill gas pipe can be joined by heat fusion, landfill gas can be transferred to the processing plant without any fear of leakage and harm to the surrounding environment. As with many sanitary landfill projects, corrugated high density polyethylene pipe is used for leachate collection. The inert properties of PE pipe allow it to handle strong leachate solutions ranging in pH from 1.5 to 14. The leak free pipe ensures that the landfill doesnt violate any regulations by contaminating the groundwater. Features : Jain PE pipes for landfill gas extraction are most suitable for the specific requirements demanded by the waste disposal environment due to their capacity to withstand temperatures beyond 40C with high resistance to leachate chemical attack. They are flexible enough to withstand the unstable soil structure in the waste dump and have long life with low maintenance. All the above reasons make them most ideal for the application of landfill gas extraction at economical cost.

Jain PE Screen

Type of Screen: The screens are available in horizontal slots configuration as well as perforated (round hole) configuration. Slot sizes of 1.5 mm width or 5 mm diameter round holes onwards are available. Pattern of Screen: The pattern of slotting is available according to site/customer requirement either covering 2/3rd of the pipe or total circumference of the pipe. Size and Range: Jain PE screen is available in all sizes from 50 mm OD through 315 mm OD and higher. Two ranges of pipes are available as per table. Any special requirement will be made available on request. Type of Joints Jain Casing and Screens are available with butt-fusion welding joint for lateral application and with threaded flush joints for well assembly. The joints are also totally corrosion resistant and are free of maintenance. Self-restrained Sure-Loc joints are also available on request. Length of Pipe: Jain screens are available from 1 to 6 metres and casing of 5, 6 and 12 metres lengths as per customer/site requirement. PE Specials: Jain Landfill Gas extraction and waste disposal PE pipes are available with complete range of fittings like Bends (30/45/60/90), Equal Tees, Reducer Tees, Stub Ends, Reducers, End-caps and Blind Flanges. Any other special fittings required for site needs are provided on request and drawing. Specification: Jain PE Landfill Gas extraction pipes are manufactured from PE pipes conforming to IS:4984, DIN: 8074/75 and DIN 19537. Application: Jain PE Landfill Gas extraction pipes are used in municipal waste dumps as tube-well casing and screens for the extraction of methane gas which is used for power generation. 39

Jain PE Landfill Gas Extraction PipesDimension (mm) and Pressure Class IS: 4984/95 Wall Thickness (mm) PE - 80 Outer Diameter (mm) (6 Bar) (10 Bar) 50 2.9 4.6 63 3.6 5.8 75 4.3 6.9 90 5.1 8.2 110 6.3 10.0 125 7.1 11.4 140 8.0 12.8 160 9.1 14.6 180 10.2 16.4 200 11.4 18.2 225 12.8 20.5 250 14.2 22.8 280 15.9 25.5 315 17.9 28.7 Dredge PipeJain Irrigation manufactures leak free PE pipe which can be used for marine and hydraulic dredging industries. PE dredge pipe is well suited for salt water environments with high levels of chlorine. Polyethylene is inert to salt water and is highly resistant to the chlorine that is frequently added to water intake lines. Its flexibility and light weight make it easy to handle and install in water environments. For the development of waterways, pond dredging, land reclamation, sludge dewatering, trout ponds and the restoration of lakes, ponds, rivers, marsh or swamp environments, PE pipe could be the answer.

Dimension (mm) and Pressure Class IS: 4984/95 Wall Thickness (mm) PE - 63 Outer Diameter (mm) (6 Bar) (10 Bar) 50 3.5 5.6 63 4.4 7.0 75 5.3 8.4 90 6.3 10.0 110 7.7 12.3 125 8.8 13.9 140 9.8 15.6 160 11.2 17.8 180 12.6 20.0 200 14.0 22.3 225 15.7 25.0 250 17.5 27.8 280 19.6 31.2 315 22.0 35.0

Drainage Pipe ApplicationsThe main reason for installing drainage pipe is fourfold: to make land more accessible, to conserve land for future use, increasing crop yields and crop diversification. But in addition to its agricultural uses as a drainage tile, drainage pipe can also be used to drain residential lawns and golf courses. PE drainage pipe applications include: Subsurface Drainage Ground Water Collection Building or Foundation Drainage Landscaping Drainage Golf Course Drainage Field Drainage Tile


Jain PE Pipe for Sprinkler & Farm Irrigation SystemJain Irrigation Systems Ltd manufactures PE pipes for Sprinkler & Farm Irrigation System and Drainage applications. Dimensions of PE Sprinkler Pipes of material grades PE 63, 80 & 100 as per IS:14151 (Part-1)-1999 Nominal Outside Dia Dia 40 50 63 75 90 110 125 140 160 180 200 40.0 50.0 63.0 75.0 90.0 110.0 125.0 140.0 160.0 180.0 200.0 Nominal Tolerance on Outside Dia +0.4 +0.5 +0.6 +0.7 +0.8 +1.0 +1.2 +1.3 +1.5 +1.7 +1.8 Ovality mm 1.4 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.8 2.2 2.5 2.8 3.2 3.6 4.0 Class 1 (0.25 Mpa) Min 2.0 2.2 2.7 3.1 3.5 3.9 4.4 4.9 Max 2.4 2.6 3.2 3.6 4.1 4.5 5.0 5.6 Class 2 (0.32 Mpa) Min 2.0 2.5 2.9 3.4 3.8 4.3 4.9 5.5 6.1 Max 2.4 2.9 3.4 3.9 4.5 5.0 5.6 6.3 7.0 Class 3 (0.4 Mpa) Min 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.2 4.8 5.4 6.2 6.9 7.7 Max 2.4 2.9 3.4 4.1 4.8 5.5 6.1 7.0 7.8 8.7 Class 4 (0.6 Mpa) Min 2.3 2.9 3.8 4.5 5.3 6.5 7.4 8.3 9.4 10.6 11.8 Max 2.8 3.4 4.4 5.2 6.1 7.4 8.3 9.3 10.6 11.9 13.2


Jain Silicoat PE OFC DuctJain Silicoat PE OFC DuctRange Standards Length Applications Micro Duct - 3/1.5, 5/3.5, 7/5.5, 8/4.4, 10/5.5, 10/7.6, 10/8, 12/8, 12/10, 14/10 & 16/10 mm OFC Duct - 29/23, 32/26, 32/27, 32/28, 40/33, 40/34.2, 50/42, 50/43 mm OD/ID BSNL (TEC) Specification, inhouse Available in straight lengths 6/12 meters in all sizes and in coils upto 140mm OD PE-80 in different colours Electric Cable Ducting Optical Fiber Cable (OFC) Ducting for Telecom / Data Networks

Material Grade PE-63

Co-Extrusion process was developed in-house by JAINS in their R&D facility during 1993. Jain PE Ducts (Permanently Lubricated) is the result of innovative development in co-extrusion by JAINS. It is the versatile and unique solution for High Speed Air Blowing (HSAB) of Optical Fibre Cable (OFC). Jain Cable Ducts are manufactured with state-of-the-art machinery using latest processing technology and fulfill the performance requirement of National & International specifications. Approved by BSNL under TEC specification GR/CDS-08/02 November 2004. Common sizes are 40/33, 40/34.2, 50/42 & 32/26 Approved vendor and supplier to PGCIL, IOCL, GSPL, BSNL, MTNL Tata Tele, Airtel, Aircel, Vodafone, Hutch in India and also many customers in other countries as well like Alcatel, France. Capable of manufacturing tailor-made as per specifications to suit customers requirements. Supplied in coils of various lengths up to diameter 110mm. Supplied with pre-inserted PP rope on request.

Jain Silicoat PE OFC DuctJain Silicoat PE OFC Duct is extruded from selected high quality virgin PE material and co-extruded with special lubricant that is distributed uniformly along the entire inner surface of the duct providing a low friction smooth surface for easy cable drawing or blowing. The outer PE make the pipe more tough and durable and enables the duct to withstand the pressure during HSAB of cable as well as retains the roundness under soil pressure and traffic load.

Jain Self Lubricated PE DuctThe above ducts are also available with homogenous construction to give a smooth finish and low co-efficient of friction. Jain SLB PE Ducts have the same constructional stability and strength as that of Jain Silicoat PE Duct.

Jain Ribbed Walled DuctJain ducts can also be supplied with inner lubricated area in ribbed form. Ribbed Wall is ideal for pulling or jetting cable, thus reducing surface contact with cable during installation. It is available in various sizes and colours.

Jain PLB Spiro Zoom OFC DuctIs a duct specially designed for rapid and safe blowing of OFC over long distances. 42

Jain Silicoat PE OFC DuctSpirally ribbed construction design has been validated using wind tunnel experiments and the ideal design has been identified. Friction is a critical limiting factor in determining the type and length of cable installation. Longitudinal ribbing results in a reduction of the contact surface between the cable and the conduit wall from an area to a line of contact. Decreasing the area of contact under the same sidewall load results in a higher localized normal force. Within a limited range of sidewall loads, the COF is found to go down at least until the loading causes localized damage to the jacket sheath. Spiral ribbing further reduces the contact area from a line to a series of points. In addition, because the advancing cable is alternately on and off the ribbing, there is an Opportunity for cooling and re-lubrication. Constantly changing the direction of the spiral eliminates the tendency to accumulate spiral-induced torque in the cable. Further the forward spiral blow of air created by the spiral ribs keep the OFC moving and away from the duct walls. The combined effect of above facilitates safe and rapid blowing of above 2100 meters OFC at a time. At the time of replacement the existing cable can be de blown just as easily. The other vital advantage is the stress-free nature of the installation.

Technical Specification for Jain PLB HDPE DuctS.N 1 2 3 Test Tensile Strength Elongation Reversion Standard Value >20 >500 Not change more than 3% in the longitudinal direction 96 hours Sample should not crack during test period Kg The duct shall not crack or split (at 10 kg load) %