CSA - B1800-02
Plastic Nonpressure Pipe Compendium
|Publication Date:||1 July 2002|
This the second edition of CSA Standard B1800, Plastic Nonpressure Pipe Compendium. It consists of the following Standards:
- the seventh edition of CSA Standard B181.1, ABS Drain, Waste, and Vent Pipe and Pipe Fittings, which supersedes editions published in 1 999, 1996, 1990, 1985, 1973, and 1967;
- the eighth edition of CSA Standard B181.2, PVC Drain, Waste, and Vent Pipe and Pipe Fittings, which supersedes editions published in 1999, 1996, 1990, 1987, 1985, 1973, and 1967;
- the fourth edition of CSA Standard B181.3, Polyolefin Laboratory Drainage Systems, which supersedes editions published in 1999, 1986, and 1971;
- the fourth edition of CSA Standard 61 81.5, Coextruded ABS/PVC Drain, Waste, and Vent Pipe, which supersedes editions published in 1999, 1995, and 1994;
- the eighth edition of CSA Standard B182.1, Plastic Drain and Sewer Pipe and Pipe fittings, which supersedes editions published in 1999, 1996, 1992, 1987, 1983, 1977, and 1967;
- the fifth edition of CSA Standard B182.2, PVC Sewer Pipe and fittings (PSM Type), which supersedes editions published in 1999, 1995, 1990, and 1983;
- the sixth edition of CSA Standard B182.4, Profile PVC Sewer Pipe and fittings, which supersedes editions published in 1999, 1997, 1992, 1990, and 1983;
- the third edition of CSA Standard B182.6, Profile Polyethylene Sewer Pipe and fittings for Leak-Proof Sewer Applications, which supersedes the previous editions published in 1999 and 1992 under the title Profile Polythylene Sewer Pipe and Fittings;
- the third edition of CSA Standard B182.7, Multilayer PVC Sewer Pipe (PSM Type) Having Reprocessed- Recycled Content, which supersedes the previous editions published in 1999 and 1997;
- the first edition of CSA Standard B182.8, Profile Polyethylene Storm Sewer and Drainage Pipe and fittings; and
- the fourth edition of CSA Standard B182.11, Recommended Practice for the Installation of Thermoplastic Drain, Storm, and Sewer Pipe and fittings, which supersedes editions published in 1999, 1995, and 1967.
The maior chanqes to the Standards in this edition are as follows:
B181 :1 - Claise 3.1.1, changes relating to cell classification; Clause 18.104.22.168, clarification for side inlets; Clause 4.1 1.1.1 ,c larification for use of horizontal expansion joints; Clause 6.3, additional marking requirements for expansion joints; Table 7, deletion of 6 and 8 in NPS; Appendix B, new figure for typical horizontal expansion joint installation;
B181.2 - Clause 1.2, fire stop fittings added to the scope; Clause 4.1 0.1.1, clarification for use of horizontal expansion joints; Clause 4.1 5.5, clarification of testing of fittings with a body and branch; deletion of old Clause 5.1 6, heat reversion QC test for fitting(s); Clause 6.3, additional marking requirements for expansion joints; Table 6, changed mean wall thickness to minimum wall thickness; Table 7, addition of 6, 8, 10, 12, and 14 NPS; Appendix C, new figure for typical horizontal expansion joint installation;
B182.1 - Clause 4.6, rewritten; old Clause 5.8 (PVC fittings - internal stress test) deleted;
B182.2 - Clause 7.1, rewritten; old Clause 10.5 deleted;
B182.4 - Clause 3.1, definitions for CP, DWC, and OP pipe table reference have been corrected; Clause 5.2.2, "bell" terminology added; Clause 5.6.1, table reference corrected; Clause 7.5, rewritten; old Clause 8.8, deleted; Tables 1, 2, and 3, corrected; Table 2, addition of 36, 42, and 48 NPS; Table 8, changed mean wall thickness to minimum wall thickness;
B182.6 - has been split into two standards, B182.6 and B182.8. B182.6 is for sanitary sewer pipe and B182.8 is for storm sewer pipe. B182.6 has had numerous revisions including, but not limited to, the following: Clause 1.1, added description of open and closed profile wall pipe; new Clauses 4.1.4 and 4.1.5, for injection moulded accessories and extruded and machine lathed accessories; Clause 5.1.2, revised; Clause 5.3.1, changed 180 kPa to 21 O kPa; Clauses 5.4.1 and 5.5, revised;
Clause 6, various revisions; Clause 8.7, additional requirements added for side wall; Table 1, additional NPS values added; new Table 4, for seals made from thermoplastic elastomers; Appendix B, Table B1 revised to change 180 kPa to 210 kPa.
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