gasketed joint

gasketed joint

A joint utilizing a gasket under compression to join cast-iron soil pipe and ductile-iron sewer and pressure pipe. The end of each pipe must be of a type suitable for the individual joint.
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The Pipe Shall Be Joined With An Integral Bell, Bell-and-spigot Type Rubber Gasketed Joint.
In underground applications, ductile iron pipe features the "push-on" joint, an extremely capable gasketed joint that is very easy to install.
3 miles of 6" - 1 1/2" ASTM D2241 gasketed joint pipe; 3 EA of services; road crossings; 1 EA of service removal and relocation, connections to existing pipelines and other related appurtenances.
Further claims are that the easily installed PVC integral bell gasketed joint, when installed properly, will easily meet a 50 gallons/inch diameter/mile/day infiltration/exfiltration parameter and other performance standards such as specific situations based on low pressure air testing.
208 miles of 10" through 1 1/2" ASTM D2241 PVC gasketed joint pipe, 329 services, one (1) below grade prefabricated PRV vault, road crossings; connections to existing pipelines and other related appurtenances.
Introduced in 1995, the product adds strength and structural stability to the gasketed joint, Armstrong said.
Pipe supplied with a gasketed joint shall meet the requirements of ASTM D-3139, and the joint gasket shall conform to the requirements of ASTM F-477.
PVC accommodates expansion and contraction every 20 feet at the gasketed joint.
diameter), structural integrity, and ease of joining with a bell and spigot gasketed joint.
The gasketed joint may be either integral bell design (formed as a continuous, homogeneous entity with the pipe) or may consist of a separate sleeve-type coupling.
With push-on joints, a compression ring, gasketed joint is installed by inserting a dual hardness gasket into a recess cast into the bell of the pipe.
The unique gasketed joint system provides a tight seal that meets the requirements of ASTM D-3212.