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  • Lead-free material ensures safe drinking water
  • Easy installation
  • Self- extinguishing.Does not support combustion
  • Self- extinguishing.Does not support combustion
  • High quality performance for low temperatures
Easyfit UPVC plumbing system is a ‘LEAD FREE’ solvent weld system designed for distribution of potable water that is technically superior and offers many advantages over conventional G.I. Piping system. This system is easy to install and offers a long service life. It is used mainly for cold water application in residential, Commercial and public complexes..

Pipes

Dimensions & Standard Packing

Fittings

UPVC Brass Insert Fittings

  • M.T.A

  • F.T.A

  • Male Threaded Elbow

  • Female Threaded Elbow

  • Male Threaded Tee

  • Female Threaded Tee

  • Female Threaded Bush

UPVC Fittings

  • Coupler

  • Elbow

  • Elbow 45°

  • Equal Tee

  • Union

  • End Cap

  • Four Way Tee

  • M.T.A

  • F.T.A

  • End Plug

  • Extended End Plug

  • Pipe Clip

  • Tank Connector

  • Tank Connector Moulded

  • Reducer

  • Reducing Bush

  • Reducing Elbow

  • Reducing Tee

  • Threaded Elbow

  • Threaded Tee

  • Red. Female Threaded Adaptor

  • Cross Over (Fabricated)

  • Bend

  • Ball Volves

Solvents

Solvent Cement

  • Tin

  • Tube

Specifications

Jointing Method

Process: Solvent Joint
DO'S
  • CUTTING

    It is imperative to mark the pipe from all sides so that pipe is cut with the help of a Hand Saw. It should be a right angle cut from all the sides. The cut piece should not be with burr on edges

  • CHAMFERING

    After cutting, the pipe needs to be chamfered from the outer sides. It is advisable to provide approximately 2mm wide, 150 chamfer on spigot end

  • DEBURRING AND RIDGE REMOVAL

    Remove all the burrs and ridges accumulated on the inner as well as the outer edges of the pipe with the help of a deburring knife, file or abrasive paper.

  • DRYFIT TEST

    Before applying solvent cement, insert the pipe end into the socket of the next pipe or fitting to check that interference occurs at about 1/3 to 2/3 of the socket depth.

  • CLEANING

    Thoroughly clean the pipe with dry cloth where the solvent cement is going to be applied to avoid dust, dirt, oil, moisture and other foreign material during the installation process.

  • APPLICATION OF SOLVENT CEMENT

    Mark the pipe length to be inserted for jointing. Apply a liberal coat of solvent cement with the help of the brush on the marked surface

  • JOINTING

    Push the pipe inside the fitting/pipe so that it goes inside equally from all the sides. Wipe off excess solvent cement that comes out of the edges. Hold the joint for one to two minutes so that the jointing is perfect.

  • FOR THREADED JOINTS

    • Clean the Male & Female threads.
    • Apply teflon tape in the direction of thread tightening.
    • Hand-tighten the threads firmly.
    • Tighten the joint more by using pipe wrench. Do not over tighten. Use rubber packing to avoid scratches on pipe.

DONT'S
  • CUTTING

    Do not cut slant/unevenly.

  • CHAMFERING

    Do not proceed with installation of pipe without chamfering.

  • DEBURRING AND RIDGE REMOVAL

    Do not proceed with installation of pipe without deburring.

  • DRYFIT TEST

    Do not apply solvent cement without dryfit test.

  • CLEANING

    Do not join the pipes without cleaning the pipe ends.

  • APPLICATION OF SOLVENT CEMENT

    Do not apply excess solvent cement on the pipe and do not use solvent cement by hand.

  • JOINTING

    • Do not apply excess solvent cement on the pipe.
    • Do not use a hammer or half push the pipes.

  • FOR THREADED JOINTS

    Don't over tighten with pipe wrench

    Array

Installation and Commissioning

  • • Pipe line should be installed in proper alignment & along with necessary   clamps.
    • Pressure testing to be done before concealing work.
    • Pressure testing may be carried out after a curing period of 24 hrs and   should not be done before that.

Jointing Method Video

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