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PAM-SMU S

PAM-ENSIGN S

PAM-GLOBAL Plus
PAM-SMU Plus
YOUR LOCAL DISTRIBUTOR IS:
PAM-ENSIGN Plus

The information given in this catalogue is, to the best of


our knowledge, correct at the time of going to print.
However, PAM is constantly looking at ways of
improving its products and therefore reserve the right to
change, without prior notice, any of the data contained in Complete Cast Iron January 2003
this publication.
Gravity drainage systems
for buildings
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54076 NANCY CEDEX FRANCE
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PAM-GLOBAL S Soil and Drain Systems

For drainage systems PAM-GLOBAL S PAM-GLOBAL S stands for a new age


has become synonymous with socket- in socketless drainage systems.
less, cast-iron drainage systems that
PAM pipes, fittings and couplings are
have been manufactured for the past
manufactured and marketed exclusively
25 years by the PONT-A-MOUSSON
throughout the world by SAINT-GOBAIN
works (PAM) which is a member of
in the very highest quality standards.
the SAINT-GOBAIN Group.

New future prospects for cast-iron PAM-GLOBAL S Soil and Drain Systems.

SAINT-GOBAIN An internationally

ranks among
S protected trade
mark for socketless
the world's largest drainage pipes and
industrial companies fittings made of
cast iron.
www.saint-gobain.com

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PAM-GLOBAL S Index Cast iron, quality material

General information on Saint-Gobain CANALISATION building cast iron.


Syphonic Cast Iron
Rainwater Drainage System
Benefits of Cast iron, quality material 6-9
PAM-GLOBAL
10-21
Fittings
Fire Protection, Noise insulation, Safety

Product Identification/Ranges 22-23

Coating, Pipes, Marking 24-27


PAM-GLOBAL S
PAM-SMU S
Bends, Branches, Access Fittings, Traps 28-39
PAM-ENSIGN S PAM-GLOBAL Plus
Special Branches, Compensator of movement, Typical Assemblies 40-43 PAM-SMU Plus
PAM ENSIGN Plus
WC-Connectors 44-47

Special Fittings, Support Pipes, Traps 48-50

PAM-GLOBAL Plus Coating, Pipes 51-53

PAM-SMU Plus Bends, Branches, Access Pipes, Traps, Reducer 54-62


PAM-ENSIGN Plus
Couplings 63-73

Claws 74-75
PAM-GLOBAL S
Connectors 76-79 PAM-SMU S
PAM-ENSIGN S
Installation and mounting instructions 80-94

95-113
Technical specifications with index

Syphonic Cast Iron Rainwater Drainage System 114-121

Saint-Gobain CANALISATION does not guarantee have no contractual value and are given only as an
Couplings
the performances of its products when installed indication.
with pipes not manufactured by Saint-Gobain All reproduction, whether full or partial, made
CANALISATION. All the diagrams, drawings and without the prior written consent of Saint-Gobain
installation proposal of the present document Canalisation is illegal.

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PAM-GLOBAL S Cast iron, quality material Cast iron, quality material
PAM-SMU S
PAM-ENSIGN S
Cast iron for building drainage is produced - Cast iron pipes and fittings are made from 100 % recycled An efficient manufacturing process: In the De Lavaud process the molten metal is directly poured onto
from carefully selected recycled ferrous scrap metals. the De Lavaud process the bare steel mould (without any refractory barrier), and thus
- Iron is a totally recyclable material. undergoes a very fast cooling speed, which results into a very fine
products.
and specific structure.
- Iron is therefore more environmentally friendly than most
After spinning, the Saint-Gobain CANALISATION pipes are submit-
other materials and enables to save natural resources.
ted to a 2 step heat treatment (graphitization + ferritization) which
gives the pipes higher mechanical characteristics.

For pipes
Saint-Gobain Others EN 877
CANALISATION's Process Requirement

Tensile Strength on samples


in MPa (average value) 300 270 200 minimum

Ring Crush Strength in MPa


(average value, DN 100 pipes) 470 360 350 minimum

Surface Brinell Hardness in HB


degree (average value) 205 245 260 maximum

Definitions: Graphitization: is an annealing above


950 C allowing enough time to elimi-
nate/dissolve the carbides, and trans-
form them into graphite and iron. The
secondary graphite so produced is not
a lamellar type but a nodular type,
The quality of metal is strictly smaller in size, in rosette shape which
controlled from the fusion in the cupolas. ensures the cast iron a better mechani-
cal behaviour, in particular when crush
Analyses by spectrograph and me- loaded.
chanical tests are performed during
Ferritization: slower cooling at lower
the casting operations and confirm
temperature range (800-700 C), trans-
for iron the very high level of quality
forming the matrix into ferrite, which
before further transformation.
Liquid cast iron Chemical analyses leads to a higher impact resistance of
by spectrograph the cast iron.

Tensile strength and crushing strength:


Principal advantages of the De Lavaud load characteristics to determine
process: the ability of cast iron pipes to resist
After the pipes have been cast they are mechanical stress such as bending
Furnace for heat treatment
specifically heat treated to tempera- and crushing.
ture of 950 C and then allowed to cool
Surface hardness: the lower it is the
down slowly and uniformly. This heat
easier and quicker pipes can be cut
treatment results in a rosette-
using either of the methods described Metallurgical analyses and mechanical
shaped graphite formation which
on page 94. Ensure that the cut ends tests confirm that the manufacturing
substantially improves the mechanical
are square and any burrs removed and process of Saint-Gobain CANALISATION
properties of the cast iron, i.e. dimin-
also ensure that whatever cutting assures a very high quality level for
ished internal stress and higher tensile
method used, complies with all rele- pipes. For owners and project managers,
strength.
vant health and safety regulations and these properties constitute a guarantee
with guidelines from the cutting tool of performance and durability. They
SEM photo: SEM photo:
Rosette-shaped graphite formation of
manufacturer's operating manual. assure a fast and reliable implementa-
Customary graphite formation in grey-cast iron
PAM-GLOBAL pipes tion for the installers.

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PAM-GLOBAL S Cast iron, quality material Cast iron, quality material
PAM-SMU S
PAM-ENSIGN S
1987: The European standard EN 877 ,,Cast
Publication of standards of the ISO 9000 iron pipes and fittings, their joints and
Aims: accessories and their couplings used
Creating international models for These measures on quality assurance for the evacuation of water from build-
the quality assurance of companies. progressively substitute for the various ings" determines technical specifica-
Setting up a reference in contractual standards and provisions already in tions and clarifies test methods and
relations between customers and force in many countries. products control.
suppliers in the world markets. This standard is used as reference to PAM-GLOBAL S: above ground
the ranges: PAM-GLOBAL Plus: below ground

The NF label/mark delivered by the Assures that PAM-GLOBAL S and


Definitions The ISO certification is the recognition French Standardisation Association PAM-GLOBAL Plus ranges conforms
Products by a third party an accredited organisa- (AFNOR) to Saint-Gobain to standards.
tion that the quality systems of the
Certification: CANALISATION building products after Testifies to the efficiency of the
company fully complies recognised in the C.S.T.B. quality Organisation of the company.
more than 70 countries.

ISO 9001 and ISO 9002:


2 models for the quality assurance

ISO 9002:
a strict quality control of manu-
facturing process support after
the sale

ISO 9001:
ISO 9002 + know how of production
design

1988
Certification ISO 9002 for the quality
assurance system of the Saint-Gobain
PAM plants of Bayard and Liverdun. For
our cast iron ranges, this certification
facilitates recognition of the quality on
the export markets. International France Great-Britain Germany Australia

1993
Standards
Certification ISO 9001 for the quality Organisation
assurance system of the department in TESTING

charge of development and design Stamps and Marks


of quality
1994
From now on, Saint-Gobain Control
CANALISATION has a single quality assur- Organisation QAS
TESTING

ance system which covers all the activi-


ties of the company: as a result of ISO 9001 certified
quality control
meticulous audit carried out through the TESTING

whole establishments and activities of


the company: the B.V.Q.l. Bureau Veritas
Quality International certifies that the
quality of the Organisation
conforms to ISO 9001.

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PAM-GLOBAL S Fire protection Fire protection
PAM-SMU S
PAM-ENSIGN S
Cast Iron is fireproof and safe Standards in Germany
Cast Iron is non-inflammable and non-com- The requirements expected of fire protection when using PAM-GLOBAL Pipe Systems
Cast Iron = M0 = Non - combustible = A1
bustible whatever the time duration of a fire French classification European classification Pipes must only be conducted through
fire protection walls, walls according to
28 Section 1, Sentence 2 and Section
To guarantee fire safety, the principles 4, Sentence 2, staircase walls, rooms of
of construction aim at: walls in conformity with 32 Section 5,
isolating buildings from the adjoin- Sentence 2, and partition walls and
ing establishments ceilings that must be fire-resistant, if
creating within the considered transmission of fire and smoke need
building a partitioning of the not be feared or if corresponding pre-
premises to contain fire in a specific ventative measures have been taken.
area This does not apply to ceilings in flats.
leaving premises and exits free of In future pipelines must be planned
smoke and installed in conformity with the
Model Pipeline Installations Guideline
For that, it is necessary: MLAR 03/2000. Constructional details
install active protection through are given in the subsequent pages. This
detectors, alarms, sprinklers... was introduced as Building Law in all
from the building design: German Federal States in 2001 without
to choose materials, which will block any significant text amendments.
the feeding and the transmission of Reaction to fire Deviations can only be expected
the fire (passive protection) by their regarding the references to the
features (fire performance,
Cast Iron = M0 = Cast Iron = A1 = paragraphs of the respective Federal
fire resistance). Cast iron meets
non-comustible material = No constribution to the fire State Building Ordinances.
French classification European classification
this criteria.

PAM-GLOBAL Systems consisting of PAM-GLOBAL Pipes and Fittings consist


Fire resistance cast iron have the best flame protec- of cast iron with flake graphite accord-
tion and fire-retarding properties. ing to DIN EN 1561. This material con-
Fire stability: Preservation of This has been confirmed by studies forms with the Class A1 Building Mate-
mechanical features. conducted both at home and abroad rial according to DIN 4102 in Germany
Cast iron is mechanically fire resis- (C.T.I.C.M./IBMB). and is non-combustible. PAM-GLOBAL
tant for at least 4 hours (maximum Test Certificate No. P-3434/3249-MPA Pipe Systems are indispensable for
time of tests carried out up to now) BS. increased fire protection requirements
and in high-rise buildings.
lntegrity degree: No transfer of
flames and hot gases between Installation of PAM-GLOBAL pipes Limiting firewall penetrations Sheaths for heat, frost or sound insula-
adjoining rooms. entails: to a minimum. tion which lead through walls and
In the event of fire, toxic gases con- ceilings must conform with the corre-
stitute the main danger for the life Remaining openings must be closed sponding fire resistance duration
of occupants and rescue team. Cast with non-combustible building materi- requirements. Moreover, mineral wool
iron provides integrity up to 4 hours als, e.g. cement mortar, concrete or used for this purpose must fulfil MLAR
following conflagration. mineral wool. The latter must conform requirements.
with MLAR requirements.
Fire tests realized in the C.T.I.C.M Warning!
Fire barrier degree: No heat transfer
between adjoining rooms. Combustible pipe sheaths in walls and
Tests were carried out in the C.T.l.C.M, a nies. Their results are recorded in the ceilings would transform a non-
Cast iron is fire barrier up to 4 hours
laboratory approved by the Ministry of minutes of classification, which are at combustible pipe into a combustible
following configuration
the Interior (Direction of the Civil your disposal on request. pipe!
Security) and by the insurance compa-

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PAM-GLOBAL S Fire protection Fire protection
PAM-SMU S
PAM-ENSIGN S
Installation according to the Model Before the fire test Code of practice in Germany
Pipeline Installations Guideline
(MLAR 03/2000)
Planning and guidelines for fire-proofing installation of
The practice-proven principle of sealing
PAM-GLOBAL pipes in conformity with the Sample Pipeline
penetrated ceilings and walls in the Installation Guideline MLAR 03/2000)
thickness of the building part with
A distinction is made between
mineral wool (melting temperature
>1000 C, packing weight and relative
the following installations:
density 90 kg/m 3) is still upheld PAM-GLOBALS alongside non-com- context, that combustible pipes only is 60 mm, and pipes with combustible
according to the latest rules. The fit- bustible pipes where, normally, the up to a maximum outside diameter of insulation 160 mm (see Fig. 3, page 15).
tings with long shanks illustrated here spacing equals the outside diameter 32 mm can be installed without addi-
merely serve the purpose of simplify- of the PAM-GLOBALS pipe. tional fire-proofing measures. The extended length fittings shown
ing the installation work. No specific here are intended to simplify installa-
requirement exists for such fittings. PAM-GLOBALS alongside combustible PAM-GLOBALS alongside pipes with tion work. There is no statutory re-
According to MLAR the clear space pipes up to a maximum outside diame- the continuation of the insulation. In quirement for such fittings (see be-
measured between the insulating layer ter of 12 mm. this case a distinction is made between low).
surface within the penetration (dimen- In this particular instance spacings of combustible and non-combustible
sion a) with a continuation of the up to 160 mm will be necessary. insulations. The spacing alongside
non-combustible insulation is 50 mm; Moreover, it should be noted in this pipes with non-combustible insulation
with the continuation of combustible After the
insulation it is 160 mm (fig. 1). This also fire test
applies to laying horizontal pipes 1.) Section 4.2.1 of the MLAR (Sample 1.2. The clear spacing between a
through walls. Pipeline Installation Guideline) pipeline according to c) and a pipeline
Individual pipes without insulation according to a) or b) must at least
conducted through common break- equal the larger spacing dimension
PAM-GLOBAL S Pipe through holes for several pipes. resulting from the type and diameter
The individual pipelines are as follows: of the two pipelines.
Fig. 1
Pipelines without continued insulation
a) Simple pipelines
Fire Protection Set
Pipelines
b) Pipelines with an outside diameter according to a), b) or c) without insulation
of up to 160 mm made of non-com-
bustible materials except aluminium
and glass, also fittings consisting of
combustible materials up to 2 mm
thickness; this also includes PAM-
R90 Fire Protection Set
GLOBALS pipe.
Mineral wool, Melting
temperature 1000 C
with Conlit shell c) Pipelines for non-combustible fluids,
Rockwool
e.g. Conlit shell steam, gases and dusts, and electrical
Rockwool
pipes with an outside diameter of
Fig. 1 Fig. 2 < 32 mm consisting of combustible
PAM-GLOBAL S next to pipes with a PAM-GLOBAL with the R90 Fire Protection Set next to a materials, aluminium or glass can be
continuation of the insulation as an pipeline with fire-protection measures, e.g. Rockwool with conducted through common break-
example in conformity with MLAR. ABP or other fire protection systems, e.g. fire-protection through holes in walls and ceilings
collars with ABZ. under the following circumstances:
Pipe spacings of O mm (dimension a) The subsequent pages give further 1.1. The clear spacing between pipes for
to other tested pipe systems that are information relating to fire protection pipelines according to a) and b) must
likewise approved for O mm are also according to MLAR for PAM-GLOBAL equal the actual outside diameter, and
possible if the corresponding R 90 Fire Pipes. according to c) at least the five-fold of
Protection Sets from SAINT-GOBAIN the largest pipe diameter, e.g. between
HES are used for PAM-GLOBAL Pipes R 90 = Firebarrier 90 minutes in Germany one plastic pipe and the other plastic
(fig.2). pipe.

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PAM-GLOBAL S Fire protection Fire protection
PAM-SMU S
PAM-ENSIGN S
Table 1 German Example
Pipeline spacing (see Fig. 1, page 13) of PAM-GLOBAL S in relation of pipelines according to
a) and non-combustible lines according to b) (see Fig. 3+4, page 15) 3.) Section 4.2.2. of MLAR Fig. 3
Rule: distance of the largest pipelines diameter with continued
Individual pipelines with continued insulation
PAM-GLOBAL S Other lines acc. to a) or b) Outside diameter < in mm (example)
insulation into the break-through holes
or drilled openings (core drillings)
60 80 115 140 160 see fig. 3.
DN/AD pipelines spacings C
50/58 60 80 115 140 160 PAM-GLOBAL S without continued
70/78 78 80 115 140 160 insulation and individual pipelines
100/110 110 110** 115 140 160 according to b), and according to c)
125/135 135 135 135 140 160 with insulation, can be conducted
150/160 160 160 160 160 160 through joint or separate openings in
** Example: PAM-GLOBAL S DN 100 alongside a walls and ceilings if the clear spacing Mineral wool
Melting temperature
pipeline with an external diameter < 80 mm "a" measured between the insulation 1000 C
Spacing = 110 mm surfaces in the area of the break- Pipelines according to e.g. Conlit shell
External diameter PAM-GLOBALS DN 100 b) and c) with insulation Rockwool
through hole is as follows:

At least 50 mm with insulation consi- The spacing "a" is at least 160 mm The wall or ceiling is at least 80 mm
sting of non-combustible materials with insulation consisting of combu- thick.
or a steel-plate sheath; stible materials;

Ceiling break-through for PAM-GLOBAL L pipes, 1000 mm long


Conlit shells Rockwool laminated with
DN VE aluminium can be used for insulation
100 4 in the thickness of the ceiling or wall
125 4 (component thickness).
Table 2 150 3 Available in 1.0 m lengths.
Pipeline spacings (see Fig. 1, page 13) of PAM-GLOBAL S in 200 2
relation to pipelines made of combustible material acc. to c) with an outside
diameter of up to 32 mm

PAM-GLOBAL S Combustible lines acc. to c) max. outside diam. 32 mm


16 25 32 Fire protection set for
DN/AD Line spacings C PAM-GLOBAL pipes:
Example:
50/58 80 125 PAM-GLOBAL S alongside 4.) Tested R90 sealing-off systems Fig. 4
70/78 80 125 160 DN 32 plastic pipe PAM-GLOBAL S with
100/110 110 125 160** Spacing C = 5 x 32 = 160 mm is SAINT-GOBAIN offers for their fire-protection set
125/135 135 135 160 wider than the outside diameter PAM-GLOBAL pipe systems prefabri- alongside lines with
150/160 160 160 160 of PAM-GLOBAL S DN 100 cated R90 fire-protection sets. If these fire protection
fire-protection sets are used, then measures either from
PAM-GLOBAL pipe systems can be con- Rockwool or according Fire-protection set
2.) Fig. 4.2.2 of MLAR
ducted with 0 mm spacing (dimension to the General
Individual pipelines without insulation in their own break- a) alongside other tested sealing-off Building Test
through holes or drilled holes (core drilled holes) (see fig. 2). systems* (see fig. 4). Certificate (ABP)/
Applicable are the regulations according to Section 4.2.1 and the General Building
50 50 Approval (ABZ)
following dimensions for break-through holes and drilled cores.
* The spacings alongside other tested
a) Spacing of the outside edge of the pipeline in relation to hole sealing-off systems, e.g. fire-protec-
(core drillings) when sealed with mineral fibres (melting tempe- tion collars for plastic pipes, are stipu-
rature 1000 C), max. 50 mm. 15 lated in the respective approval certi- Conlit shell
When sealed with material that foams in the event of a fire: ficates. Where there is no such regu- Rockwool

Max. 15 mm gap Fig. 2 Execution of the break-through holes lation, then the spacing between the
insulations must be at least 50 mm.

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PAM-GLOBAL S Fire protection Noise insulations
PAM-SMU S
PAM-ENSIGN S
R90 Fire-protection set for Cast Iron: The silent solution
PAM-GLOBAL pipes:
The previously illustrated fire-protection sets make it Penetration set branches 88 Saint-Gobain CANALISATION offers technical
possible for PAM-GLOBALpipes to be conducted at O mm solutions, which conforms to the highest
spacing in relation to other pipelines.
Fire-protection mat 2 Butt joint 6 from branch European Requirements. The evacuation of waste, soil and rain
This pre-supposes that the neighbouring pipe has been
tested and approved for O mm spacing. Butt joint 5 These requirements are both structure-borne waters naturally generate structure-
Fire-protection mat 3 borne and airborne sounds between
and airborne sounds.
Fire-protection shell Fire-protection mat 1 adjacent rooms. The abatement
Fire-protection mat 1 Connecting line 8 of draining sounds is the result of
Butt joint 4 3 factors:
Butt joint 6
from branch From the building design with
judicious choices of:
Fire-protection mat 2 Fire-protection mat 3
Core drilling or downpipe localisation taking the
cast mortar sensitive rooms into account
Fire-protection shell efficient materials

R90 ceiling penetration set for PAM-GLOBAL S branches 88 WARNING: The minimum insert depth L2 of the fire-protection
shell from the ceiling underside > 80 mm!
DN VE At the products installation:
100 x 70 1 L* with skilful teams in order to
100 x 100 1 L* reach the intrinsic performances
Penetration set
of products

Fire-protection mat 1
R90 ceiling penetration set for PAM-GLOBALS pipes
Core drilling or
Butt joint cast mortar
DN VE
50 1
70 1
100 1
125 1
Fire-protection shell Structure-borne sounds:
150 1 All the PAM cast iron Airborne sounds:
systems have exceptional according to its specific gravity and its Saint-Gobain CANALISATION proposes
Downpipe
With ceiling for PAM-GLOBAL S pipes without connector the surface mass, cast iron has intrinsically couplings, EPDM elastomer gaskets,
sound deadening qualities
fire-protection shell is mounted flush with the ceiling underside an exceptional index of acoustic abate- fixing brackets and stack support
by means of the self-adhesive overlap on the gas pipe. ment, which enables conformity to the pipes. This makes it possible to adapt
new statutory requirements *. fixings and junctions at the required
WARNING: The minimum insert depth L2 of the fire-protection statutory level* while respecting the
shell from the ceiling underside > 80 mm! conditions of installation, even for
walls, whose the surface mass is only
Wall penetration set for PAM-GLOBAL S pipes Wall penetration set of 200 kg/m2.
DN VE
50 1
Suspension Suspension
These different points were confirmed
70 1 Butt joint 5 Butt joint 5
at the beginning of 2001 with the
100 1 C.S.T.B. (Centre Scientifique et Technique
125 1 du Btiment, France) by tests, which
150 1 take account of the New European Test
* New acoustic regulations
(Decree of October 28, 1994) but also Code on,,measures in Iaboratory of the
Butt joint 6 Fire-protection Butt joint 6 modifica-tion of acoustic index following work sound of the waste water evacuation
mat 1 of European standardisation eg. in France
installations." Results are at your dispo-
Fire-protection shell
sal on request.

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PAM-GLOBAL S Noise insulations Noise insulations
PAM-SMU S
PAM-ENSIGN S
Pipe clamp with
Rohrschelle
profile
mit
rubberM8
Profilgummi M8
German Example German Example
Sound measurement values for the installation of

PAM-GLOBAL S pipes in a shaft installation in dry Requirements as defined by DIN 4109

235
partitioning with sandwich-type plaster board cladding. and VDI (Verein Deutscher Ingenieure, Type of rooms requiring sound-proofing
Germany) Guideline 4100
Table 1: Noise source Living rooms and bedrooms Classrooms and workrooms
Sound pressure level LAF 10 (noise level corrected and relat-

3050
Drainage installations must be planned

2500
ed to Ao = 10 m2) in dB(A) caused by draining-water noise Characteristic sound pressure level dB(A)

1500
PAM-GLOBAL S Branch in accordance with DIN 4109. This stan-

560
(stationary introduction into the loft [DG]) at different volu-

80
100/100/88,5 dard defines the requirements expect-
me rates, measured in the measuring rooms of the installa- ed of sound control with the aim of Water installations

190
tion test stand behind the installation wall. protecting people in residential rooms (water supply and drain-
< 30 a, b < 35 a
PAM-GLOBAL RAPID Connector
from unreasonable nuisance caused by ing systems, total)
Section of the tested PAM-GLOBAL pipe installation DN 100
sound transmission. DIN 4109 specifies

PAM-GLOBAL S with shaft cladding Noise pressure level LAF 10 the requirements that are expected
Installation wall
Installationswand a) Individual brief peaks arising when fittings and devices are actuated (opening, closing,
in dry partitioning 2 x 12.5 mm GK in dB(A)
220 kg/qm
Mineral wool
Mineralwolle regarding the maximum noise level for change-over, interrupting, etc.) do not currently have to be taken into account.
ground floor Basement third-party rooms that require noise
Test room:
back back* b) Contractual preconditions for the fulfilment of the permissible installation sound pressure
proofing. They include living rooms,
level:
Test flow rate 2 l/s 4 l/s 2 l/s 4 l/s bedrooms, workrooms and classrooms. - The execution documents must take sound-proofing requirements into account, i.e. the
PAM-GLOBAL Downpipe Supports
Such requirements do not apply to necessary sound-proofing certificates for the given components must exist.
Waste-water noise 20 27 17 23 DN 100
PAM-GLOBAL S Bend 88.5 PAM-GLOBAL pipe
DN 100
rooms in the home. As a result of the - Furthermore, a responsible building site management must be appointed and consulted
Test results from Fraunhofer Institute for Buildings Physics with 250 mm
mit 250 mm prior to closing or cladding any installation.
calming section
Beruhigungsstrecke introduction by the building authori-
in Stuttgart/Germany
ties DIN 4109 has assumed significance Other details are regulated by ZVSHK Guidance Note (available from: Zentralverband
under public law. However, it only rep- Sanitr Heizung, Klima (ZVSHK), Rathausallee 6, D-53757 Sankt Augustin).
PAM-GLOBAL SE clamp for securing pipes <20 dB(A)
resents a minimum requirement. The
Stricter rules limiting the permissible an independent damper not influenced VDI Guidelines 4100 defines 3 sound-
sound level in water supply and drain- by the clamp torque. The SE pipe clamp proofing levels (SSt). With these 3 qual- urgently recommended that the 27 dB(A) and "Comfort Noise Control"
ing systems to max. 30 dB(A) requires features a hinge mechanism and has ity levels it is possible to cover all required noise-proofing level (SSt) is of 24 dB(A). In future these sound lev-
the achievement of lower sound levels. only one fixing screw. An M8/M10 sound-proofing requirements and to contractually stipulated. DIN 4109-10 els are to form the contractual basis for
The PAM-GLOBAL S System offers the threaded connection is used for stipulate them between all those (currently a draft standard) is being agreements concluded under private
suitable basis for reducing the sound mounting on walls and ceilings. involved in the building work and the revised to include, in addition to law.
level. With conventional two-part pipe If correctly installed PAM-GLOBAL home users on the basis of private law. "Standard Noise Control" of 30 dB(A),
clamps with rubber lining, the achieved pipelines with the new PAM-GLOBAL To avoid subsequent disputes it is also "Increased Noise Control" of
sound-proofing value depends primarily SE clamps can reduce the draining-
on the tightening torque of the screws. water induced noises to less than 20 Noise-technical studies
Differences of more than 10 dB(A) can dB(A) at 4 l/s flow rate. This provides Loft
RAPID-SE for low external On account of their high weight per The sound behaviour of PAM-GLOBAL
arise with conventional pipe clamps the necessary certainty that the speci- noise values <20 dB(A) unit area and material properties, Domestic Draining Systems was estab- front back
The tighter, the louder! fications of the standard can be prop- DN 100 PAM-GLOBAL cast-iron pipes absorb lished on the basis of model installa-
Consequently, the best solution utilizes erly observed. Ground floor
almost all air-borne sound waves. tions and comparative measurements
Moreover, the rubber profile of the orig- in the course of several studies (Fraun- Installation
Comparative measurements carried out by the Fraunhofer Institute for Building Physics Installation wall
inal PAM-GLOBAL coupling prevent hofer Institute for Building Physics). room
in Stuttgart with conventional Pipe Clamps and PAM-GLOBAL SE Clamps
direct contact of the pipe end surfaces,
Basement
The noise pressure level for PAM- S o u n d p r e s s u r e l e ve l L A F 1 0 [ d B ( A ) ] thereby preventing solid-borne sound Tests were conducted, among others,
GLOBAL S Pipes for different assem- transmission. In conjunction with wall- on wall-mounted installations with a Room requiring
blies in the test rooms of the test stand Test rooms Front Back protection
Ground floor Basement Ground floor Basement mounted installations (e.g. with sand- shaft installation in dry partitioning
ground floor front/back and basement wich- type plaster board cladding) with sandwich-type plaster board
front/back with stationary water intro- 1. Design: PAM-GLOBAL drainpipe systems achie- cladding. More recently comparative Cellar
duction in DG. Holes through Pipe clamps 54 51 25 29
5-E-128/8 ve sound values which are well below measurements were carried out with
ceilings are packed with mineral wool, the maximum sound level of 30 dB(A) sound-decoupled PAM-GLOBAL SE
while bends at the base of the stack are for third-party rooms (basement/back clamps.
designed as 88 calming bends. 2. Design:
[UG]).
Flow rate 4 l/s (see Fig.1, page 19). PAM-GLOBAL RAPID-SE 55 50 15 15 Fig. 1: Installation test stand of the IBP
Sound de-coupling clamp Fraunhofer Institute, Stuttgart, Germany

Test results from Fraunhofer Institute for Buildings Physics in Stuttgart/Germany


18 19
PAM-GLOBAL S Safety
PAM-SMU S
PAM-ENSIGN S
Benefits of PAM GLOBAL S Evolution of the conditions of use
New lining of the Best possible corro- Strictly coordinated The operating conditions of the building Saint-Gobain CANALISATION offers
pipe interior for sion protection of fitting systems in networks constantly change. This explains products with a much greater performance
optimised pro- fittings due to KTL the very highest
why: than those stipulated in EN 877
perties HPS 2000 cataphoresis coat- quality.
ing (inside and out-
The development of technologies The attacks have especially a chemical
side).
generates more and more constraints nature and can be caused by high
on the wastewater evacuation systems. temperatures, higher concentrations
From now on, the performances or the combination of the two.
required from these pipe systems must
High durability well High abrasion resi- Robust, dimensio- take account of many extremely severe
beyond the require- stance with a nally stable and and poorly controlled conditions of use. A series of tests were conducted in
ments specified in smooth surface for shock-proof. order to establish the resistance of
EN 877. excellent flow pro- cast iron systems product to waste
perties. water.
The resistance to temperature cycling
is measured by a test carried out at
95 C, on cycles.

Sound insulation, Preventative fire Insensitive to heat


progressive sound protection, PAM and cold, negligible
abatement acc. to GLOBAL pipes and thermal expansion
DIN 4109 (and VDI fittings are non- (0.0105 mm/m C),
4100). combustible in equalling approx.
keeping with that of concrete
DIN 4102. so that bedding in
concrete will not
give rise to any
problems.

Primer coated in 100% recyclable to Resources are not


the works, perma- eliminate all waste wasted as 95 % of
nent adhesion and disposal problems. the material used
attractive appea- to produce PAM
rance due to special GLOBAL S pipes
external finishing consists of scrap
coats by the works iron.
(e.g. with bridge
structures).

Cast iron for buildings is Its qualities perfectly conform Saint-Gobain CANALISATION products
standard to the European with the provisions of the European are completely in conformity with the
Directive" Products for Buildings" European standard ,,cast iron pipes
regulations
Directive n89/106/CEE- The European and fittings intended for the evacua-
Communities publication n0.L40 tion of water from buildings (EN 877).
February 11,1989.

20 21
PAM-GLOBAL S Product Identification PAM-GLOBAL Plus Product Ranges
PAM-SMU S PAM-SMU Plus
PAM-ENSIGN S PAM-ENSIGN Plus
PAM-GLOBAL S, Product Name Above ground Pipe size date of manufacture Product Name Below ground Pipe size date of manufacture
PAM-GLOBAL Plus,
above ground above and below ground

Standard Conformity Standard Conformity


In conformity with DIN EN 877 In conformity with DIN EN 877
statement of agreement statement of agreement

PAM-SMU S, Product Name Above ground Pipe size date of manufacture PAM-SMU Plus, Product Name Below ground Pipe size date of manufacture
above ground above and below ground

In conformity with BS EN 877 In conformity with In conformity with BS EN 877 In conformity with
the BBA mark the BBA mark
In conformity with BS EN 877 In conformity with BS EN 877
In conformity with the NF standard In conformity with the NF standard

PAM-ENSIGN Plus,
PAM ENSIGN S, Product Name Above ground Pipe size date of manufacture Product Name Below ground Pipe size date of manufacture
below ground
above ground

Standard Conformity In conformity with Standard Conformity In conformity with


the BBA mark the BBA mark
Australian Standard Confirmity Australian Standard Confirmity
Licence Number Australian Market Licence Number Australian Market

PAM-GLOBAL S PAM-GLOBAL Plus


Resistance to variable temperature:
PAM-SMU S PAM-SMU Plus
Resistance to variable temperature:
PAM-ENSIGN S PAM-ENSIGN Plus Buried system for connection to the
for occasional use to 80 C with peaks
Areas of use: Areas of use: main sewer
at 95 C (as stipulated within EN 877).
above ground drainage for: Above and below ground drainage
soil, waste and rain water systems for soil, rain water, greasy Aggressive chemical and extreme
waste, industrial waste water, aggressive temperatures:
Range of diameters *: designed for the drainage of aggressive
effluents (i.e. large kitchens, hospitals,
PAM-GLOBAL S: waste and industrial uses (see attached
clinics, laboratories, industrial use...)
DN 40 to 600 mm areas of use) the PAM-GLOBAL Plus
System incorporated into concrete slabs, range will withstand temperatures of
and basement areas up to 80 C with peaks at 95 C (as
stipulated in EN 877)

Range of diameters*:
PAM-GLOBAL Plus
DN 40 to 600 mm

The PAM-GLOBAL S and PAM-GLOBAL Plus ranges of


* For cast iron, DN = Saint-Gobain CANALISATION are not only compatible
internal nominal diameter of draining. amongst themselves but also with the old ranges on
condition that using adaptation components in the case
of rehabilitation.

22 23
PAM-GLOBAL S Coating Pipes
PAM-SMU S
PAM-ENSIGN S
Socketless pipe (L= 3 m)

Range of diameters - DN 40 to 600 L= 3000 mm


DN DE* Product code Weight
40 48 MU 04 AKH 9.4

1 New epoxy-resin inner


coat with optimised
properties (130 m)
50
70
75
58
78
83
MU 05 AKH
MU 07 AKH
see PAM-SMU
13.0
17.7

100 110 MU 10AKH 25.2


125 135 MU 12 AKH 35.4
150 160 MU 15 AKH 42.2

2
200 210 MU 20 AKH 69.3
Cast iron Pipe marking (example for a pipe of DN 100) 250 274 MU 25 AKH 99.8
De Lavaud process 300 326 MU 30 AKH 129.7
* External Diameter

3 Outer coat
(acrylic primer 40 m)
Socketless pipe (L= 3 m)

L= 3000 mm
DN DE* SMU reference Weight
40 48 MU 04 AKF 8.90
50 58 MU 05 AKF 12.50
70 78 see PAM-GLOBAL S
75 83 MU 07 AKF 18.30
100 110 MU 10AKF 24.30
The interior surfaces of PAM-GLOBAL S ties and prevents the formation of The coating of PAM-GLOBAL S pipes 125 135 MU 12 AKF 34.30
pipes are optimally protected against incrustations and deposits. and fittings by far exceed the require- 150 160 MU 15 AKF 40.90
ments stipulated in EN 877. 200 210 MU 20 AKF 67.40
chemical and mechanical influences as The inner coating of the cast pipes and
250 274 MU 25 AKF 97.30
a result of a newly refined coating fittings has been co-ordinated in an Pipe marking (example for a pipe of DN 300) 300 326 MU 30 AKF 126.80
process on a modified epoxy-resin basis. ideal manner so that no differences can 400 429 MU 40 AKF 177.70
Moreover, the new extremely smooth arise in the durability values of PAM- 500 532 MU 50 AKF 244.90
surface has improved the flow proper- GLOBAL S drainpipes. 600 635 MU 60 AKF 321.90
* External Diameter
Socketless pipe (L= 3 m)

20 C < 60 C 80 C
pH 0 L= 3000 mm
except DN DE* Product code Weight
The most important resistance pH 1 organic acids 50 58 MU 05 AKS 13.0
properties of the inner lining of except
pH 2 70 78 MU 07 AKS 19.0
PAM-GLOBAL S pipes and fittings for organic acids
75 83 see PAM-SMU
domestic applications in intermittent Scale-release agents Agent without 100 110 MU 10AKS 25.5
use. PAM-GLOBAL S Plus is available Cleaning agents application 125 135 MU 12 AKS 35.5
for commercial applications and to 150 160 MU 15 AKS 43.0
Detergents
DIN EN 877

drain off particularly aggressive waste 200 210 MU 20 AKS 69.3


water (after referring to the Technical Disinfectants 250 274 MU 25 AKS 99.8
Consultant Service). Staining water 300 326 MU 30 AKS 129.7

Oxidants * External Diameter


Pipe marking (example for a pipe of DN 300)
Water, salts
Drain cleaners
Solvents Agent without application

pH 12
pH 13
pH 14 Weights are in kg

24 25
PAM-GLOBAL S Marking Coatings
PAM-SMU S
PAM-ENSIGN S
Identification marking Range of diameters - DN 40 to 600
PAM-GLOBAL S PAM-GLOBAL Plus Coating of PAM-SMU S Internal - external:
fittings Epoxy-film deposited by cataphoresis
EN 877 = EN 877 =
and thermo-reticulated, brown-red
In conformity with In conformity with
colour
Standards Standards Bath of
fitting Technology:
NF/BBA = NF/BBA =
Cataphoresis is a coating process which
In conformity with In conformity with
deposits a film of regular thickness on
labels labels
metallic objects made conductive (see
attached diagram).
PAM-SMU S PAM-SMU Plus This technique which is generalised
in the motor industry was for the first
EN 877 = EN 877 = time used for the castings by SAINT-
In conformity with In conformity with GOBAIN CANALISATION.
Standards Standards
Reliability
NF/BBA = NF/BBA = Castings are subjeted to a specific sur-
In conformity with In conformity with face preparation by extra-fine shot
labels labels blasting, an immersion in baths of
degreasing and a cooling. The coating
PAM-ENSIGN S is composed of a pigment and an
epoxy bonding in solution in water,
EN 877 = which uniformly settles on all surfaces
In conformity of the fittings. The adherence of the
with Standards deposited film is exceptional and its
impact resistance excellent.

Performance:
Resistance to exposure to salt spray
above 1.500 hours.
Preparation (see diagram page 24)
of primary
components
An environmental process
Cataphoresis is a non-polluting process based on a water
solution and a paint bonding pigment. Liquids that form
part of the treatment process are re-collected and recycled.

Shot blasting Hot phosphate Rinsing Superior Rinsing Oven drying Rinsing
process cataphoresis 180 C

1.
Shot blasting
2.
3.
1. Shot blasted fittings 2. Raw fitting 3. Cataphoresis coated fittings

26 27
PAM-GLOBAL S Bends Bends
PAM-SMU S

15 bends 45 bends

DN Product code b H h Weight DN Product code b H h Weight


50 ML 05 C1F 66 80 66 0.40 40 MU 04 C1DC 72 94 60 0.35
70 ML 07 C1F 88 98 78 0.60 50 MU 05 C1DC 84 106 65 0.55
100 ML 10 C1F 121 112 83 1.00 70 ML 07 C1D 108 129 74 0.90
125 ML 12 C1F 148 134 99 1.70 75 MU 07C1DC 112 132 73 0.85
150 ML 15 C1F 173 148 108 2.50 100 MU 10 C1DC 142 158 80 1.57
200 ML 20 C1F 227 184 129 4.60 125 MU 12 C1DC 171 184 89 2.12
150 MU 15 C1DC 199 210 97 3.19
200 MU 20 C1DC 256 262 113 5.25
250 MU 25 C1DC 324 319 125 10.00
300 MU 30 C1DC 387 380 149 18.82
400 MU 40 C1DC 540 573 270 34.34
500 MU 50 C1DC 678 730 350 64.00
600 MU 60 C1DC 788 821 370 93.00
DN 500 and 600: do not hesitate to contact us
22 bends

DN Product code b H h Weight


50 MU 05 C1GC 70 88 66 0.45
75 MU 07 C1GC 97 105 74 0.80
100 MU 10C1GC 126 125 84 1.30
68 bends
125 MU 12 C1GC 152 143 92 1.85
150 MU 15 C1GC 179 162 102 2.60
DN Product code b H h Weight
200 MU 20 C1GC 233 200 122 4.40
50 MU 05 C1CC 104 123 70 0.75
250 MU 25 C1GC 300 240 138 9.50
70 ML 07 C1C 123 139 67 1.10
300 MU 30 C1GC 356 279 157 15.30
75 MU 07 C1CC 131 149 72 1.05
100 MU 10C1CC 159 176 74 1.80
125 MU 12 C1CC 188 205 80 3.00
150 MU 15 C1CC 219 237 89 4.10
200 MU 20 C1CC 277 295 99 7.78
250 MU 25 C1CC 343 358 104 14.65
300 MU 30 C1CC 406 423 121 20.00

30 bends

DN Product code b H h Weight


50 ML 05 C1K 76 97 69 0.50
88 bends
70 ML 07 C1K 97 112 73 0.70
100 ML 10 C1K 132 136 81 1.30
125 ML 12 C1K 160 164 96 2.0 DN Product code b H h Weight
150 ML 15 C1K 189 188 108 3.0 40 MU 04 C1AC 90 91 43 0.50
200 ML 20 C1K 243 229 124 5.40 50 MU 05 C1AC 104 107 49 0.80
250 ML 20 C1K 309 270 133 9.70 70 ML 07 C1A 130 132 54 1.40
300 ML 30 C1K 367 322 159 15.50 75 MU 07 C1AC 138 140 57 1.20
100 MU 10 C1AC 166 169 59 2.22
125 MU 12 C1AC 194 197 62 2.85
150 MU 15 C1AC 227 230 70 4.34
200 MU 20 C1AC 267 291 81 8.10
250 MU 25 C1AC 360 363 89 13.50
300 MU 30 C1AC 427 431 105 27.67

All dimensions are in mm and nominal weights in kg All dimensions are in mm and nominal weights in kg

28 29
PAM-GLOBAL S Bends Bends
PAM-SMU S

88 large radius bends 88 double bend formed by two 44 bends

DN Product code L R Weight


100 MU 10 C7AC 324 230 4.95 DN Product code x1 x2 x3 Weight
150 MU 15 C7AC 349 210 8.00 50 ML 05 C2A 50 100 121 1.20
70 ML 07 C2A 60 120 145 1.80
The 100 DN large radius bend has references marks to be 100 ML 10 C2A 70 140 169 2.80
stamp out in 22 parts. 125 ML 12 C2A 80 160 193 4.37
150 ML 15 C2A 90 180 217 6.33

88 bend
Bend radius of a 88 bend is lower than 4 assembled 22 to use of large radius bends in order to optimise hydraulic
bends than the one of a lay radius one. Then, we advice you working and avoid deposit or blocking of the pipeworks. DN Product code x1 x2 x3 Weight
70 ML 07 C25A 60 301 273 3.2
S bends offset 65, 75, 130, 150, 200 mm 100 ML 10 C25A 70 312 291 4.8
125 ML 12 C25A 80 322 308 6.8
DN Product code L b E Weight 150 ML 15 C25A 90 334 326 9.6
MU 05 C1EC 185 133 75 1.09
50
MU 05 C4EC 210 208 150 1.51
ML 07 C0E 185 143 65 1.60
70
ML 07 C3E 250 208 130 2.10 88 double bend with a 250 mm calming section for transfer
MU 07 C1EC 200 158 75 1.51 from downpipes to offset pipes.
75
MU 07 C4EC 230 233 150 2.32
ML 10 COE 205 175 65 2.30
MU 10 C1EC 215 185 75 2.47 135 bend
100 MU 10 C3EC 270 240 130 3.65
MU 10 C4EC 250 260 150 3.32 DN Product code L b h k Weight
ML 10 C5E 340 310 200 4.15 100 ML 10 C135 314 272 236 100 4.50
MU 12 C1EC 236 210 75 3.67
125
MU 12 C4EC 270 285 150 4.80
MU 15 C1EC 255 235 75 5.05
150
MU 15 C41EC 300 310 150 6.66
MU 20 C1EC 295 285 75 8.30
200
MU 20 C4EC 350 360 150 10.77

45 and 88 bends long tail

DN Angle Product code L b h k Weight


70 45 ML 07 C7D 319 108 264 190 2.60
70 88 ML 07 C7A 292 130 214 160 2.80
ventilated 88 bend
100 45 ML 10 C7D 338 143 260 180 3.50
DN dn Product code L b h a Weight
100 88 ML 10 C7A 305 165 195 140 3.75
100 50 ZA 91 CVEN 169 338 59 95 2.15

All dimensions are in mm and nominal weights in kg k= maximum zone of possible cut All dimensions are in mm and nominal weights in kg k= maximum zone of possible cut

30 31
PAM-GLOBAL S Branches Branches
PAM-SMU S

45 single branches 68 single branches


DN dn Product code L b H h a Weight DN dn Product code L b H h a Weight
40 40 MU 04 Y1DC 160 121 143 109 33 0.75 50 50 MU 05 Y1CC 145 118 117 65 37 1.10
40 MU 05 EODC 160 126 143 109 38 1.05 50 ML 07 EOC 145 133 115 62 36 1.30
50 70
50 MU 05 Y1DC 185 144 165 124 36 1.15 70 ML 07 Y1C 170 146 143 71 40 1.70
50 ML 07 EOD 190 124 166 125 35 1.60 50 MU 07 EOCC 155 140 122 69 42 1.40
70 75
70 ML 07 Y1D 215 179 195 140 35 2.30 75 MU 07 Y1CC 180 158 149 72 37 2.35
50 MU 07 EODC 180 156 161 120 43 1.80 50 MU 10 EOCC 155 168 123 69 43 1.80
75
75 MU 07 Y1DC 215 179 198 140 40 2.35 70 ML 10 E1C 180 180 150 79 43 2.40
50 MU 10 EODC 200 191 172 131 47 2.45 100
75 MU 10 E1CC 185 186 155 79 44 2.40
100 70 ML 10 E1D 235 213 208 153 48 3.50 100 MU 10 Y1CC 220 195 189 87 50 2.95
75 MU 10 E1DC 220 204 199 140 44 3.05 100 MU 12 E2CC 225 222 190 88 50 3.80
100 MU 10 Y1DC 275 238 253 175 45 3.95 125
125 MU 12 Y1CC 225 235 220 95 50 4.45
50 MU 12 EODC 205 218 170 130 44 3.24 100 MU 15 E2CC 235 243 194 92 55 4.90
70 ML 12 E1D 240 236 208 153 49 4.30 150 125 MU 15 E3CC 265 262 226 101 56 6.50
125 75 MU 12 E1DC 240 237 215 156 51 4.00 150 MU 15 Y1CC 295 276 256 108 55 6.65
100 MU 12 E2DC 280 261 254 177 47 5.15 150 MU 20 E4CC 310 329 263 114 62 10.20
200
125 MU 12 Y1DC 320 284 296 201 49 5.80 200 MU 20 Y1CC 365 352 321 126 63 13.20
70 ML 15 E1D 245 259 208 154 52 5.60 200 MU 25 E5CC 390 420 328 132 68 18.48
250
100 MU 15 E2DC 295 287 262 185 54 6.10 250 MU 25 Y1CC 460 452 408 154 77 20.10
150
125 MU 15 E3DC 325 307 298 202 52 7.30 300 300 MU 30 Y1CC 545 544 480 178 80 34.50
150 MU 15 Y1DC 355 323 333 219 53 8.70
70 ML 20 E1D 255 302 212 157 62 8.10
100 MU 20 E2DC 305 330 266 188 63 8.80 88 single branches
200 125 MU 20 E3DC 335 350 300 204 62 10.00
150 MU 20 E4DC 375 373 343 230 63 11.10 DN dn Product code L b H h a Weight
200 MU 20 Y1DC 455 418 428 280 68 15.80 50 50 MU 05 Y1AC 145 110 111 53 31 1.10
100 MU 25 E2DC 330 398 276 198 72 13.60 50 ML 07 EOA 160 132 117 59 43 1.40
70
125 MU 25 E3DC 370 420 318 223 75 15.65 70 ML 07 Y1A 180 135 139 61 38 1.70
250 150 MU 25 E4DC 405 440 358 245 75 17.25 50 MU 07 EOAC 160 132 117 59 42 1.50
75
200 MU 25 E5DC 480 486 440 291 75 24.30 75 MU 07 Y1AC 180 138 140 57 37 1.95
250 MU 25 Y1DC 580 537 530 335 70 32.80
50 MU 10 EOAC 170 161 127 69 45 2.25
100 MU 30 E2DC 350 445 287 208 88 19.30
100 70 ML 10 E1A 190 166 145 67 45 2.40
125 MU 30 E3DC 360 464 316 221 80 20.00
150 MU 30 E4DC 415 487 359 246 81 23.20 75 MU 10 E1AC 190 166 145 62 40 2.55
300
200 MU 30 E5DC 485 547 454 305 81 28.40 100 MU 10 Y1AC 220 172 174 64 41 2.90
250 MU 30 E6DC 580 588 540 347 80 37.20 50 MU 12 EOA 180 188 131 73 51 2.80
300 MU 30 Y1DC 660 634 661 431 115 50.60 125 70 ML 12 E1A 200 194 150 72 48 3.40
300 MU 40 E7DC 660 728 620 389 86 55.30 100 ML 12 E2A 235 199 184 74 48 4.00
400
400 MU 40 Y1DC 835 820 795 492 101 82.50
125 MU 12 Y1AC 260 205 209 74 48 4.50
500 300 MU 50 E7DC 720 861 680 448 114 86.00
300 MU 60 E7DC 225 965 683 452 115 100.00 50 MU 15 EOA 200 221 134 76 51 3.90
600
70 ML 15 E1A 215 221 159 81 53 4.80
150 75 MU 15 E1AC 220 221 161 78 55 4.95
100 MU 15 E2AC 245 227 190 80 52 4.90
125 ML 15 E3A 275 232 220 85 56 5.70
150 MU 15 Y1AC 300 237 243 83 55 6.50
100 ML 20E2A 270 282 206 96 64 9.80
200
200 MU 20 Y1AC 365 388 296 86 67 11.10
250 250 MU 25Y1AC 455 366 375 101 77 18.50
300 300 MU 30 Y1AC 530 433 437 111 87 34.00

All dimensions are in mm and nominal weights in kg All dimensions are in mm and nominal weights in kg

32 33
PAM-GLOBAL S Branches Branches
PAM-SMU S

45 double branches 45 corner branches

DN dn Product code L b H h a Weight DN dn Product code L b H h a Weight


100 100 MU 10 Y2DC 260 346 243 165 46 4.50 100 100 MU 10 Y3DC 260 227 242 166 46 5.20
125 125 MU 12 Y2DC 305 421 285 190 45 7.30
150 150 MU 15 Y2DC 355 488 334 277 55 11.70

68 double branches 68 corner branches

DN dn Product code L b H h a Weight DN dn Product code L b H h a Weight


50 50 MU 05 Y2CC 145 117 118 64 35 1.30 75 75 MU 07 Y3CC 180 158 149 72 36 2.30
75 50 MU 07 DOCC 155 140 122 69 42 1.60 100 100 MU 10 Y3CC 220 195 189 87 50 3.60
68 75 MU 07 Y2CC 180 158 149 72 36 2.20
75 MU 10 D1CC 185 186 155 79 44 3.00
100
100 MU 10 Y2CC 220 195 189 87 50 3.90
125 100 MU 12 D2CC 225 222 190 88 50 4.40
125 MU 12 Y2CC 255 235 220 95 51 5.95
150 125 MU 15 D3CC 265 262 226 101 56 5.80
150 MU 15 Y2CC 295 276 256 108 57 8.10
150 MU 20 D4CC 310 328 263 114 62 10.35
200
200 MU 20 Y2CC 365 352 321 126 65 14.00

88 double branches 88 corner branches

DN dn Product code L b H h a Weight DN dn Product code L b H h a Weight


50 ML 10 DOA 170 212 127 69 45 2.20 70 ML 10 Q 1A 190 166 145 67 44 2.70
100
100 70 ML 10 D1A 190 222 145 67 44 2.70 100 MU 10 Y3AC 230 177 179 69 44 3.40
100 MU 10 Y2AC 230 243 179 69 49 3.20 70 ML 12 Q 1A 200 194 150 72 49 5.00
125
125 100 ML 12 D2A 235 263 184 74 48 5.00 100 ML 12 Q 2A 235 199 184 74 48 5.00
150 100 ML 15 D2A 245 294 190 80 52 7.10 150 100 ML 15 Q 2A 245 227 190 80 52 7.10

All dimensions are in mm and nominal weights in kg Blindtext


All dimensions
Blindtext Blindtext
are in mm Blindtext
and nominal
Blindtext
weights Blindtext
in kg

34 35
PAM-GLOBAL S Branches Branches/Reducer
PAM-SMU S
88 corner branch long tail

DN dn Product code L b H h a k Weight


45 single branches long tail
100 100 MU 10 Y7EC 430 177 379 269 244 210 5.33
DN dn Product code L b H h a k Weight
100 100 MU 10 Y7DC 430 238 346 424 241 170 5.50
150 150 MU 15 Y7DC 705 323 571 486 403 350 18.48
200 200 MU 20 Y7DC 770 423 600 749 383 320 28.00

45 single branch/ For connecting downpipe

DN dn Product code L b h a Weight


100 100 MU 10 Y8DC 260 282 450 340 6.30

The 45 single branch for connecting downpipe is also used to go trough


vertical wall, dividing wall

68 single branch long tail

DN dn Product code L b H h a k Weight


Pipes tapered/Reducer
100 100 MU 10 Y7CC 460 195 328 430 290 250 5.20

DN dn Product code L h Weight


50 40 MU 04 VOAC 75 40 0.30
70 50 ML 05 V1A 75 42 0.50
75 50 MU 05 V1AC 80 47 0.70
50 MU 05 V2AC 80 45 1.00
100 70 ML 07 V2A 85 45 0.90
75 MU 07 V2AC 90 45 1.10
50 MU 05 V3AC 85 50 1.50
70 ML 07 V3A 90 50 1.50
125
75 MU 07 V3AC 95 52 1.30
100 MU 10 V3AC 95 50 1.60
50 MU 05 V4AC 95 55 1.90
70 ML 07 V4A 100 55 2.10
75 MU 07 V4AC 100 57 1.70
88 single branch long tail 150
100 MU 10 V4AC 105 60 2.30
DN dn Product code L b H h a k Weight 125 MU 12 V4AC 110 60 1.95
75 MU 07 V5AC 115 72 3.35
100 100 MU 10 Y7AC 430 177 379 269 244 210 4.80
100 MU 10 V5AC 115 70 3.65
200
125 MU 12 V5AC 120 70 3.45
150 MU 15 V5AC 125 65 3.85
75 MU 07 V6AC 125 82 5.95
100 MU 10 V6AC 125 82 5.70
250
150 MU 15 V6AC 135 82 5.90
200 MU 20 V6AC 145 80 6.10
75 MU 07 V7AC 140 97 9.90
100 MU 10 V7AC 140 95 9.10
300 150 MU 15 V7AC 150 97 9.70
200 MU 20 V7AC 160 95 9.70
250 MU 25 V7AC 170 95 10.10
400 300 MU 30 V8AC 200 100 19.70

All dimensions are in mm and nominal weights in kg k= maximum zone of possible cut All dimensions are in mm and nominal weights in kg k= maximum zone of possible cut

36 37
PAM-GLOBAL S Access-Fittings / Plugs Traps
PAM-SMU S
Short pipe with access door

DN Product code L b int ext Weight


Traps For Gravity Drainage System
50 MU 05 ROBC 160 102 75 108 1.90
70 ML 07 ROB 205 132 101 134 3.00 DN Product code L b h1 h2 a c e H Weight
75 MU 07 ROBC 205 132 101 134 3.00 50 MU 05 S1AC 240 190 143 39 33 112 60 201 2.90
100 MU 10 ROBC 250 157 128 160 4.50 70 MU 07 S1C 280 264 150 52 43 162 60 230 5.48
125 MU 12 ROBC 280 192 154 189 6.50 75 MU 07 S1AC 282 264 150 52 13 162 60 230 5.85
150 MU 15 ROBC 320 222 181 224 10.40 100 MU 10 S1AC 381 325 216 55 15 216 100 326 9.50
200 MU 20 ROBC 360 270 181 224 12.75 125 MU 12 S1AC 435 390 238 63 12 266 100 372 13.10
250 MU 25 ROBC 380 333 181 225 17.60 150 MU 15 S1AC 482 470 257 65 8 340 100 417 21.80
300 MU 30 ROBC 400 385 181 227 26.30
DN Product code L b h1 h2 c e H Weight

The PAM-GLOBAL S short pipe with 200 MU 20 S1AC 590 600 300 80 415 100 510 26.60
access door combines reliability with
simplicity and handling security:

Comfort and security:


Possible elimination of accidental
water pressure of the network before 1 2 3
opening =(1)
Respect of the current and elimination
of turbulance:
Internal contour of elastomer
couplings = (2-3) Syphon PAM-GLOBAL S: DN 50 to 150 Syphon PAM-GLOBAL S: DN 200
Convenience:
To install these components only on the drainage networks of rainwater.
Simplicity for opening and closing the 4 5 The arrow on this component shows the flow direction.
cast iron cover with standard tool and
a fontainier key = (4-5) Short pipe with access door is also available for the SMUPlus ranges Traps DN > 250: installation with 88 PAM-GLOBAL S bends
DN L b
Expansion plugs 250 900 725
300 1070 860
DN DE Product code L h Weight
50 64 MU 05 B1AC 48 15 0.25 Possibility of putting a short pipe with access door for the DN 250 and 300
70 85 MU 07 B2AC 63 11 0.50
75 90 MU 07 B1AC 63 11 0.55
100 118 MU 10 B1AC 81 26 1.00
125 143 MU 12 B1AC 82 29 1.50
150 168 MU 15 B1AC 88 35 2.25 Anti-Syphon Traps
200 218 MU 20 B1AC 100 37 4.20
250 284 MU 25 B1AC 93 40 6.20 DN DE Product code b L c h e H Weight
300 336 MU 30 B1AC 100 44 9.00 40 48 MU 04 S2AC 145 215 139 152 80 200 2.10
Expansion plugs with bleeding valve are available on request for the 100/150/200 and 300 DN 50 58 MU 05 S2AC 165 230 144 155 80 189 2.40
(for water tightness tests) 75 83 MU 07 S2AC 240 300 192 213 80 272 4.75
PAM-GLOBAL S Blank Ends
100 110 MU 10 S2AC 316 382 255 214 60 374 9.20
DN Product code L Weight 150 160 MU 15 S2AC 412 531 372 324 60 484 24.80
50 MU 05 B1SC 30 0.25
70 ML 07 BOA 35 0.4 Conditions of use
75 MU 07 B1SC 35 0.45 The Anti-Syphon Trap works by preventing the siphoning effect of a heavy discharge trough the
100 MU 10 B1SC 40 0.8 system. It does this trough the internal partition within the trap allowing the air to by-pass the
125 MU 12 B1SC 45 1.2 water, thus breaking the vacuum created by the discharging water.
150 MU 15 B1SC 50 1.7
e The Anti-Syphon device ensures the retention of a water seal within the body of the trap to prevent
odours travelling backwards trough the system.
200 MU 20 B1SC 60 3.2
To ensure proper operation of the anti-syphon trap, at least one appliance in the system above the
250 MU 25 B1SC 70 5.9 trap should not have any syphon device and there should be no other trap between the anti-syphon
300 MU 30 B1SC 80 9.4 trap and the downpipe.

All diminsions are in mm and nominal weights in kg All dimensions are in mm and nominal weights in kg

38 39
PAM-GLOBAL S Special Branch
PAM-SMU S

Parallel Branch
Conditions of use: Fittings intended to absorb the relative movement
DN dn Product code L b a h e k Weight between two componets of pipework; each one of its
100 70 ML 10 E1PA 400 215 55 275 31 125 5.43 Y ends is fixed at 2 different elements of structure.

L is the dimension of the compensator in neutral position.


The DN 70 branch can receive a DN 40 or 50 outlet by usingan EPDM plug
The maximum authorised movements following the three axis are noted:
(ref. MU 07 F4A pxy). When this branch is used like ventilation, it is possible to connect
a DN 75 SMU Rapid coupling (ref. MU 07 J4A pxy), which is provide with a stepping X axial movement
X
ring (ref. MU 07 J2 A pxy). 0 Y vertical radial movement
Z horizontal radial movement
Z
Every reference is composed of: Acceptable pressure for the DN 75 to 200:
one movement absorber negative pressures up to - 0.9 bar
two bi-directional stack support pipes positive pressures up to 3 bar (accidental and internal
hydrostatic pressure)
DN 75

Compensator of movement for small range of movement

DN DE Product code L b c A socket extension Weight


X Y Z
75 83 EP 07 M333 895 81 139 174 30 30 30 18.40
100 110 EP 10 M333 897 80 140 201 30 30 30 20.80
DN 70 125 135 EP 12 M333 897 80 140 227 30 30 30 26.00
150 160 EP 15 M333 909 78 142 254 30 30 30 29.30
200 210 EP 20 M333 932 78 142 306 30 30 30 40.40

Compensator of movement for big range of movement


DN DE Product code L b c A socket extension Weight
X Y Z
75 83 EP 07 M613 1794 81 139 174 60 130 130 25.60
100 110 EP 10 M613 1796 80 140 201 60 130 130 2 7. 50
125 135 EP 12 M613 1796 80 140 227 60 130 130 33.00
150 160 EP 15 M613 1802 78 142 254 60 130 130 39.80
200 210 EP 20 M613 1824 78 142 306 60 130 130 55.60

All dimensions are in mm and nominal weights in kg k=maximum zone of possible cut Blindtext Blindtext Blindtext Blindtext Blindtext Blindtext

40 41
PAM-GLOBAL S Typical Assemblies Typical Assemblies
PAM-SMU S

Connecting of 22/45/68 PAM-GLOBAL S bends Connecting of a 45 branch and a 45 bend long tail (with vertical outlet)

DN Angle L b E DN h a L b H k
50 156 84 26 maxi maxi mini maxi mini
75 182 113 30 100 285 40 467 340 435 307 275 180
100 212 144 34
125 239 171 36
22
150 268 200 40
200 325 258 48
250 382 328 58
300 439 388 62
50 173 131 73
75 206 170 87
100 243 213 103
125 276 251 116
45
150 310 290 130 Connecting of a 45 branch and a 45 bend long tail (with horizontal outlet)
200 378 368 158
250 446 460 186 DN h a L b H k
300 532 541 215 maxi maxi mini maxi mini
50 194 191 133 100 270 40 450 322 449 321 275 180
75 222 235 152
100 251 277 167
125 287 331 196
68
150 327 383 223
200 395 484 274
250 464 590 316
300 545 696 370

Connecting of a 45 branch and a 135 bend

DN h a L b H k
Connecting of 45 PAM-GLOBAL S bends long tail maxi maxi mini maxi mini
100 272 45 478 407 476 407 275 100
DN h L b k DN h L b k
maxi maxi mini maxi mini maxi maxi mini maxi mini
100 260 549 242 339 212 180 100 338 534 227 354 227 180

Connecting of a 88 branch and a 88 bend

DN h a L b H k
maxi mini maxi mini
100 165 40 237 232 479 259 220 140

All dimensions are in mm and nominal weights in kg k=maximum zone of possible cut All dimensions are in mm and nominal weights in kg k=maximum zone of possible cut

42 43
PAM-GLOBAL S WC Connectors WC Connectors
PAM-SMU S

WC connectors for a ceramic DN 100 WC connectors for a ceramic DN 100


DN Product code L a P Weight
100 MU 10 M4A 90 53 maxi 41.5 0.34 90 double bend WC connector*

N.B.: This product does not require stainless steel collar DN Product code L c b e socket extension Weight
100 ML 10 W2AC 361 231 280 78 133 5.s00

*: Product delivered with his rubber

WC outlet 100 cast DN 100

WC connectors (White elastomer)*

DN Product code L a socket extension Weight


100 ML 10 W1A 217 139 133 2.85

*: Product delivered with his rubber

Simple and horizontal WC connectors*

DN Entre Product code L H b a h socket extension Weight


100 D ML 10 WHD 320 227 252 130 204 133 4.80
100 G ML 10 WHG 320 337 252 130 204 133 4.80
*: Product delivered with his rubber

90 single WC connectors*

DN Product code L b h socket extension Weight


100 ML 10 W2A 292 250 50 133 5.00

*: Product delivered with his rubber

Left inlet - L Right inlet - R

All dimensions are in mm and nominal weights in kg All dimensions are in mm and nominal weights in kg

44 45
PAM-GLOBAL S WC Connectors WC Connectors
PAM-SMU S

Installation examples Installation instructions for General: To connect WC connecting lines the height difference between the water
WC connections to downpipes we recommend the PAM- level of the WC trap and the base of the
PAM-GLOBAL WC Branch for the With this WC branch it is possible to lay around 180 mm from the middle of GLOBAL Branch 88 with 45 inflow connecting pipe is at least 100 mm at the
renovation of old buildings the collecting connection pipe on the the WC outflow pipe to the top edge angle as this offers the best outflow con- point of entry into the downpipe. This
This special branch for the connection existing floor. The upper covering must (OK) of the finished floor. A normal ditions. rule must also be observed for wall WC
of a floor WC bowl with a subsequently be recessed in the area of the branch commercial plastic WC connecting WC connecting lines must be conducted bowls with a horizontal outflow pipe.
laid PAM-GLOBAL Pipe on a finished (downpipe) and the WC branch. The piece of 110 mm external diameter is into the downpipe in such a manner that See DIN 1986, Part 1, Section 6.2.7.2 to 6.2.8
floor (e.g. for the modernisation of old connecting height of a floor WC bowl required to link the WC junction to the
buildings). with horizontal outflow pipe is usually PAM-GLOBAL connecting socket. Nowadays, state-of-the-art floor WC For socket-free pipes with the KONFIX
bowls are only supplied with a vertical or connector DN 100.
horizontal outflow pipe. A plastic WC For GA sockets with the Rollfix
connection piece, 110 mm diam., and fea- connector.
turing lip seals or compression joints, is
Example 1 Wash basin Example 1: For cast-iron WC connections with a
used to link the WC connection to a cast-
Installing the branch in a collecting special socket over an inserted sealing
iron pipe. (Bends 22, 45 and 90 as well
connection line to link a floor WC bowl ring.
as straight connection sections). The pla-
to a horizontal outflow pipe.
WC stic connecting pipe is connected to the
cast-iron pipe
Bath/Shower
Plastic WC connecting sections, 110 mm diam.,
are supplied among others by Abu-Plast,
Finished floor Geberit, Ideal-Standard, Schwab and Franz
Viegener II.

Concentric connectors Cast iron/Cast iron

d Product code int L DC p a e Weight


Warning!
Recess in the area of the branch (downpipe) 62 MU 06 V0CC 87 160 102 40 106 35 0.95
or WC outflow pipe. 58 MU 07 V0CC 102 205 118 60 135 70 1.60
75 MU 08 V0CC 101 160 116 40 105 35 1.80
84 MU 10 V1CC 125 160 140 40 105 35 1.60
103 MU 10 V2CC 128 160 143 40 105 35 1.85
Example 2 Example 2:
111 MU 12 V2CC 155 180 171 40 125 35 2.55
Installing a branch in a downpipe to link 135 MU 15 V3CC 182 180 198 40 125 35 3.40
a floor WC bowl to a horizontal outflow 118 MU 16 V2CC 182 180 180 40 125 35 3.60
Wash basin pipe. 173 MU 18 V4CC 210 260 230 50 190 40 6.50
Only surface-mounted or bowl-supported 146 MU 21 V3CC 236 260 256 50 195 40 6.60
WC flushing cisterns or flushing valves can be 200 MU 21 V5CC 236 260 256 50 195 40 7.30
used.
Bath/Shower
Finished floor KONFIX connection
Traditional joint connectors

DN Product code L DC int p Weight


100 MU 10 L1MC 155 176 160 80 2.65
PAM-GLOBAL
double bends 125 MU 12 L1MC 155 205 187 80 3.80
consisting of 2 x 44 150 MU 15 L1MC 155 232 214 80 4.80
200 MU 20 L1MC 145 284 258 70 5.80
300 MU 30 L1MC 145 394 366 70 11.40
* Laying Guidelines for Waste-Water which are not longer than 10 m, and
Downpipes acc. to DIN 1986, Part 1; 6.2.3. which leads into horizontal lines."
"Floor bends of 87 to 90 are permis- For sound-technical reasons, however,
sible for downpipes which do not pass we recommend the use of a double bend
through more than three floors, or consisting of 2 x 44.

All dimensions are in mm and nominal weights in kg

46 47
PAM-GLOBAL S Special Fittings Support Pipes
PAM-SMU S

Branches with single downpipe (1 to 3 inlets) Stack support pipes

DN Product code Lateral adjustments H h b Weight DN Product code L a b c d e ext Weight


MU 10 U5AC 3 DN 100 consecutive at 90 11.00 50 MU 05 RACC 220 150 195 30 17 8 108 2.10
100 MU 10 U3AC 2 DN 100 at 90 292 182 140 11.00 70 ML 07 RAC 200 170 215 30 19 8 128 2.80
MU 10 U2AC 2 DN 100 at 180 10.00 75 MU 07 RACC 220 175 218 30 19 8 133 3.00
100 MU 10 RACC 220 214 259 32 205 8 162 4.50
125 MU 12 RACC 220 228 275 32 20 8 187 5.50
150 MU 15 RACC 220 255 300 32 22 8 222 7.20
200 MU 20 RACC 220 310 362 36 22 8 278 10.00
250 MU 25 RACC 300 394 444 40 25 8 354 18.50
300 MU 30 RACC 300 448 498 40 30 8 406 30.75

depth of
the socket joint

MU 10 U5AC MU 10 U3AC MU 10 U2AC

Method of assembly
Support: mounting of the stack support pipe on bracket

It is executed with the mounting T


1. The wastewater drops down the soil pipe. It gen- 2. This "piston" reaches the height of the 3. The "piston" is channelled and small in of the pipework on line
erates a liquid "piston" which pushes back the air single soil pipe chute. diameter. This causes air to rise up along
over the front portion of the soil pipe, creating a the piston.
pressure drop in the air on the upstream side. 1) To put the support bracket (A) on
the flange pipe (T). The elastomer
side in the contact with the sur-
face of the flange
2) To fix the bracket to the wall (C)
3) To fix the support bracket (A)
to the bracket

4. The air then enters the patented device of the single soil 5. The water "piston" strikes the rubber 6. A new flush takes place and the cycle
pipe chute. This system prevents desiphoning of the instal- deflector and breaks up. starts again.
lations in the facilities on higher levels and does not inter-
fere with those on the same floor.

A
The branch with single downpipe (CEBTP licence) is installed without secondary
ventilation and serves simultaneously 2 WC by storey and all the other sanitary
appliances of 2 flats. Look out!
lt is particularly adapted to: Compared to the direction of the pressure (F), the flange pipe (T) must be located upstream the support bracket (A).
the cramped Service shafts
hotel rooms, student flats, old people's homes and all other buildings The stack support pipe is only used when pipes are not sealed in the slab. In this case, we find it every 15 meters.
comprising semi-detached sanitary blocks.

All dimensions are in mm and nominal weights in kg All dimensions are in mm and nominal weights in kg

48 49
PAM-ENSIGN S Special Fittings/Traps PAM-GLOBAL Plus
PAM-SMU Plus
PAM-ENSIGN Plus
Bends Short & Long Radius Door Back
DN Product code Weight
88 Bend Short Radius Door Back EF005
70 MU 07 C1AV 1.8
100 MU 10 C1AV 3.3
150 MU 15 C1AV 6.1 Areas Above and below ground drainage
of use: systems:
DN Product code B Weight
for soil, rain water, greasy waste,
88 Bend Long Radius Door Back EF05L industrial waste water, aggressive
100 MU 10 C7AV 180 1.8 effluents (i.e. large kitchens, hospitals,
Branches Single equal & Unequal clinics, laboratories, industrial use...)
DN Product code B C Weight System incorporated into concrete
88 Single Branch Radius Curve EF06R slabs and basement areas
70x70 MU 07 EC1A 80 130 2.2 Buried system tor connection to the
100x50 MU 10 ECOA 90 120 2.4 main sewer
100x70 MU 10 EC1A 90 142 2.7 SMU Plus for laboratories
100x100 MU 10 Y1AS 102 150 3.5
150x100 MU 15 EC2A 117 202 7.6
150x150 MU 15 Y1AS 140 260 12.5 Aggressive chemical and designed for the drainage of aggressive
See BS EN 12056-2: 200x150 MU 20 E4AC 157 283 13.0 waste and industrial uses (see attached
2000 for applications. extreme temperatures:
200x200 MU 20 Y1AS 182 293 21.0 areas of use) the SMU Plus range will
Branches Single equal & Unequal withstand temperatures of up to 80 C
with speaks at 95 C as stipulated in
DN Product code B C Weight EN 877).
88 Branch with Access Radius Curve EF07R
70x70 MU 07 Y1AS 80 130 2.5
100x70 MU 10 E1AV 90 142 3.5
100x100 MU 10 Y1AV 102 150 4.3
See BS EN 12056-2:
2000 for applications.
150x100 MU 15 E2AV 117 202 10.4
150x150 MU 15 Y1AV 140 260 13.9
Branches Double
PAM-GLOBAL Plus network
DN Product code B C Weight Louis Pasteur Hospital
88 Double Branch Radius Curve EF010R
See BS EN 12056-2: 100x100 MU 07 Y2CA 102 150 4.2
2000 for applications.
150x100 MU 15 D2CA 115 200 10.9

Multi Manifold
DN Product code B C D E Weight
Manifold Connector EF094
100 MU 10 FMM 125 200 142 62 3.2
150 MU 15 FMM 165 290 184 81 6.1

Traps
DN Product code B Weight
Traps Plain EF034
100 MU 10 S0P 160 1.8

DN Product code B Weight


Traps Plain with Access Bottom EF037 PAM-GLOBAL Plus
50 MU 05 S0PV 115 2.0 for concrete slabs

70 MU 07 S0PV 138 2.7


100 MU 10 S0PV 175 5.2
150 MU 15 S0PV 240 12.1
50 51
PAM-GLOBAL Plus Coating Pipes
PAM-SMU Plus
PAM-ENSIGN Plus
Range of diameters DN 40 to 600 Socketless pipe (L= 3m)
Pipe Coating L = 3000 mm
DN DE* Product code Weight
50 58 MH 05 AKH 13.30
70 78 MH 07 AKH 18.00

1
Internal coating:
2 layers of two-part ochre 100 110 MH 10 AKH 25.50
colour epoxy, giving a total 125 135 MH 12 AKH 35.80
PAM-GLOBAL Plus, 150 160 MH 15 AKH 42.70
average dry thickness of 250
above and below ground 200 210 MH 20 AKH 69.80
microns.
250 274 MH 25 AKH 99.80
300 326 MH 30 AKH 129.70

2
* : External diameter
Cast Iron De Lavaud Process

External coating:

3 Initial flame applied anti-


corrosive zinc coating at
130 gr/m2, then painted using
DN DE*
L = 3000 mm
Product code Weight

4
40 48 MH 04 AKF 9.00
anthracite grey acrylic primer,
50 58 MH 05 AKF 12.70
with an average dry coat- PAM-SMU Plus, 75 83 MH 07 AKF 18.50
ing thickness of 40 microns above and below ground 100 110 MH 10AKF 24.70
125 135 MH 12 AKF 34.80
150 160 MH 15 AKF 41.50
200 210 MH 20 AKF 68.20
PAM-GLOBAL Plus lnternally and externally coated in giving excellent adhesion and uniform 250 274 MH 25 AKF 98.30
fluidised bed with a polymerised epoxy thickness. The non-porosity of the 300 326 MH 30 AKF 128.10
fittings 400 429 MH 40 AKF 176.40
powder, with an average dry fitting coating may be verified by means of
500 532 MH 50 AKF 247.00
thickness of 300 microns. The epoxy an electric brush.
600 635 MH 60 AKF 324.40
layer produces a non-porous coating
* : External diameter

L = 3000 mm
DN DE* Product code Weight
100 110 MH 10 AKS 25.50
150 160 MH 15 AKS 42.70
PAM-ENSIGN Plus, 200 210 MH 20 AKS 69.30
250 274 MH 25 AKS 99.80
below ground
300 326 MH 30 AKS 129.70
* : External diameter
Epoxy powder coating
of the fittings

Oven epoxy coating Protection of the pipe After any cutting of pipes, it is made of 2 125 gr tubes a resin and
polymerisation
cut ends imperative to protect the sections by hardener-based, dark grey colour.
applying a layer from ENDOKOTE- Number of the DN 100 pipe cut ends
Protection kit, reference MH 99 J1S: that enable to cover with a kit: 100.

All dimensions are in mm and nominal weights in kg

52 53
PAM-GLOBAL Plus Bends Bends
PAM-SMU Plus

15 bends 68 bends

DN Product code b H h Weight DN Product code b H h Weight


50 MH 05 C1F 66 89 66 0.4 50 MH 05 C1C 104 123 70 0.77
70 MH 07 C1F 88 98 78 0.6 70 MG 07 C1C 123 139 67 1.1
100 MH 10 C1F 121 112 83 1.0 75 MH 07 C1C 131 149 72 1.08
125 MH 12 C1F 148 134 99 1.7 100 MH 10 C1C 159 176 74 1.85
150 MH 15 C1F 227 148 108 2.5 125 MH 12 C1C 188 205 80 3.08
150 MH 15 C1C 219 237 89 4.22
200 MH 20 C1C 277 295 99 8.01
250 MH 25 C1C 343 358 104 15.08
300 MH 30 C1C 406 423 121 20.59

22 bends
88 bends
DN Product code b H h Weight
50 MH 05 C1G 70 88 66 0.46 DN Product code b H h Weight
75 MH 07 C1G 97 105 74 0.82 50 MH 05 C1A 104 107 49 0.82
100 MH 10 C1G 126 125 84 1.33 70 MG 07 C1A 130 132 54 1.20
125 MH 12 C1G 152 143 92 1.90 75 MH 07 C1A 138 140 57 1.44
150 MH 15 C1G 179 162 102 2.67 100 MH 10 C1A 166 169 59 2.28
200 MH 20 C1G 233 200 122 4.53 125 MH 12 C1A 194 197 62 2.93
250 MH 25 C1G 300 240 138 9.78 150 MH 15 C1A 227 230 70 4.43
300 MH 30 C1G 356 279 159 15.75 200 MH 20 C1A 267 291 81 8.34
250 MH 25 C1A 360 363 89 13.90
300 MH 30 C1A 427 431 105 28.49

30 bends

DN Product code b H h Weight


50 MH 05 C1K 76 97 69 0.5 45 and 88 bends long tail
70 MH 07 C1K 97 112 73 0.7 DN angle Product code b L h Weight
100 MH 10 C1K 132 136 81 1.3
100 45 MH 10 C7D 143 338 260 3.60
125 MH 12 C1K 160 164 96 2.0
100 88 MH 10 C7A 165 305 195 3.84
150 MH 15 C1K 189 188 108 3.0

45 bends

DN Product code b H h Weight


50 MH 05 C1D 84 106 65 0.36
70 MG 07 C1D 108 129 74 0.90
75 MH 07 C1D 112 132 73 0.56
100 MH 10 C1D 142 158 80 0.87
125 MH 12 C1D 171 184 89 1.61
150 MH 15 C1D 199 210 97 2.18
200 MH 20 C1D 256 262 113 3.28
250 MH 25 C1DZ 324 319 125 5.40
300 MH 30 C1D 387 380 149 10.29
400 MH 40 C1D 540 573 270 18.82

All dimensions are in mm and nominal weights in kg All dimensions are in mm and nominal weights in kg

54 55
PAM-GLOBAL Plus Bends Branches
PAM-SMU Plus

88 Double bend 45 single branches

DN dn Product code L b H h a Weight


DN Product code x1 x2 x3 Weight
100 MH 10 C2A 70 140 169 2.80 50 50 MH 05 Y1D 185 144 165 124 36 1.18
50 MG 07 EOD 190 124 166 125 35 1.60
70
70 MG 07 Y1D 215 179 195 140 35 2.30
50 MH 07 E1D 180 156 161 120 43 1.85
75
75 MH 07 Y1D 215 179 198 140 40 2.42
50 MH 10 E1D 200 191 172 131 47 2.52
100 70 MG 10 E1D 235 213 208 159 48 3.30
75 MH 10 E3D 220 204 199 140 44 3.14
100 MH 10 Y1D 275 238 253 175 45 4.06
50 MH 12 E0D 205 218 170 130 44 3.33
70 MG 12 E1D 240 236 208 153 49 4.30
125 100 MH 12 E5D 280 261 254 177 47 5.30
125 MH 12 Y1D 320 284 296 201 49 5.97
70 MG 15 E1D 245 259 208 154 52 5.60
150 100 MH 15 E5D 295 287 262 185 54 6.28
135 bend 125 MH 15 E6D 325 307 298 202 52 7.510
150 MH 15 Y1D 355 323 333 219 53 8.95
DN Product code b H h Weight 70 MH 20 E1D 255 302 212 157 62 8.10
100 MH 10C135 272 314 236 4.63 100 MH 20 E5D 305 330 266 188 63 9.06
200 125 MH 20 E6D 335 350 300 204 62 10.29
150 MH 20 E7D 375 373 343 230 63 11.43
200 MH 20 Y1D 455 418 428 280 68 16.26
200 MH 25 E1DZ 480 486 440 291 75 25.02
250
250 MH 25 Y1D 580 537 530 335 70 33.77
250 MH 30 E9D 580 588 540 347 80 38.30
300
300 MH 30 Y1D 660 634 661 431 115 52.10
400 300 MH 40 E1DA 660 728 620 389 86 56.94

S bend offset 150 mm

DN Product code L b E Weight


100 MH 10C4E 250 260 150 3.42

56 57
PAM-GLOBAL Plus Branches Branches
PAM-SMU Plus

68 single branches 68 double branches

DN dn Product code L b H h a Weight DN dn Product code L b H h a Weight


50 50 MH 05 Y1C 145 188 118 65 37 1.13 68 50 50 MH 05 Y2C 145 117 118 64 35 1.33
50 MH 07 E1C 155 140 122 69 42 1.44 50 MH 07 D1C 155 140 122 69 42 1.64
75 75
75 MH 07 Y1C 180 158 149 72 37 2.42 75 MH 07 Y2C 180 158 149 72 36 2.26
50 MH 10 E1C 155 168 123 69 43 1.85 75 MH 10 D3C 185 186 155 79 44 3.08
100
70 MG 10 E1C 180 180 150 79 43 2.85 100 MH 10 Y2C 220 195 189 87 50 4.01
100
75 MH 10 E3C 185 186 155 79 44 2.47 100 MH 10 D5C 225 222 190 88 50 4.53
125
100 MH 10 Y1C 220 195 189 87 50 3.03 125 MH 12 Y2C 255 235 220 95 51 6.12
100 MH 12 E5C 225 222 190 88 50 3.91 125 MH 15 D6C 265 262 226 101 56 5.97
125 150
125 MH 12 Y1C 255 235 220 95 50 4.58 150 MH 15 Y2C 295 276 256 108 55 8.34
100 MH 15 E5C 235 243 194 92 55 5.04 150 MH 20 D7C 310 329 263 114 62 10.65
150 125 MH 15 E6C 265 262 226 101 56 6.69 200 200 MH 20 Y2C 365 352 321 126 63 14.41
150 MH 15 Y1C 295 276 256 108 55 6.84
200 150 MH 20 E7C 310 329 263 114 62 10.50
200 MH 20 Y1C 365 352 321 126 63 13.59
250 250 MH 25 Y1C 460 452 408 154 77 20.69
300 300 MH 30 Y1C 545 544 480 178 80 35.52

88 single branches 88 double branches

DN dn Product code L b H h a Weight DN dn Product code L b H h a Weight


50 50 MH 05 Y1A 145 110 111 53 31 1.13 100 100 MH 10 Y2A 230 243 179 69 49 3.29
50 MG 07 EOA 160 132 117 59 43 1.40
70 70 MG 07 Y1A 180 135 139 61 38 1.70
50 MH 07 E1A 160 132 117 59 42 1.54
75
75 MH 07 Y1A 180 138 140 57 37 2.00
50 MH 10 E1A 170 161 127 69 45 2.31
100 70 MG 10 E1A 190 110 141 63 42 2.40
100 MH 10 Y1A 220 172 174 64 41 3.03
125 125 MH 12 Y1A 260 205 209 74 48 4.58
150 150 MH 15 Y1A 300 237 243 83 55 6.84
200 200 MH 20 Y1A 365 288 296 86 67 7.41
250 250 MH 25 Y1A 455 366 375 101 77 10.50
300 300 MH 30 Y1A 530 433 437 111 87 13.59

45 right angle double branches


45 double branches
DN dn Product code L b H h a Weight
DN dn Product code L b H h a Weight 100 100 MH 10 Y3D 260 227 242 166 46 5.35
100 100 MH 10 Y2D 260 346 243 165 46 4.63
125 125 MH 12 Y2D 305 421 285 190 45 7.51
150 150 MH 15Y2D 355 488 334 277 55 12.04

All dimensions are in mm and nominal weights in kg All dimensions are in mm and nominal weights in kg

58 59
PAM-GLOBAL Plus Branches/Plugs Traps/Access Pipes
PAM-SMU Plus

68 right angle double branches Traps for aggressive effluents


DN dn Product code L b H h a Weight DN Product code L b h1 h2 a c e H Access(*) Weight
75 75 MH 07 Y3C 180 158 149 72 36 2.37 50 MH 05 S1A 240 190 143 39 33 112 60 201 b.e. 50 2.99
100 100 MH 10 Y3C 220 195 189 87 50 3.71 70 MH 07 S1C 293 264 150 52 13 162 60 230 p.h. 50 5.00
75 MH 07 S1A 282 264 110 52 13 162 60 230 p.h. 50 6.02
100 MH 10 S1A 381 325 216 55 15 216 100 326 p.h. 50 9.78
125 MH 12 S1A 435 390 238 63 12 266 100 372 p.h. 75 13.49
150 MH 15 S1A 482 470 257 65 8 340 100 417 p.h. 125 22.40

(*) Bottom access of cleaning: BE by expansion plug


PH by tight sheet

Syphon SMU Plus: DN 50 to 150

45 single branches long tail


DN dn Product code L b H h a Weight
100 100 MH 10 Y1DL 430 238 346 424 241 5.71
150 150 MH 15 Y1DL 705 323 571 684 403 19.03
200 200 MH 20Y1DL 770 423 600 749 383 28.83

DN Product code L b h1 h2 c e H Weight


200 MH 20 S1A 590 600 300 80 415 100 510 28.30

Syphon SMU Plus: DN 200


68 single branches long tail
DN dn Product code L b H h a Weight
100 100 MH 10 Y1CL 460 195 328 430 290 5.35
To install these components only on the drainage networks of rainwater.
The arrow on this component shows the flow direction.

Short pipe with access door

DN Product code L b int ext Weight


50 MH 05 ROB 160 102 75 108 2.01
Universal plugs 75 MH 07 ROB 205 132 101 134 3.09
100 MH 10 ROB 250 157 128 160 4.63
DN DE Product code L h Weight 125 MH 12 ROB 280 192 154 189 6.69
50 64 MH 05 B1AC 48 15 0.26 150 MH 15 ROB 320 222 181 224 10.71
75 90 MH 07 B1AC 63 20 0.57 200 MH 20 ROB 360 270 181 224 13.13
100 118 MH 10 B1AC 81 30 1.03 250 MH 25 ROB 380 333 181 225 18.12
125 143 MH 12 B1AC 82 30 1.54 300 MH 30 ROB 400 385 181 227 27.08
150 168 MH 15 B1AC 88 30 2.32
200 218 MH 20 B1AC 100 40 4.32
250 284 MH 25 B1AC 100 40 6.38
300 336 MH 30 B1AC 100 40 9.27

Expansion plugs with bleeding valve are available on request for the 100/150/200 and 300 DN (for water tightness test)

60 61
PAM-GLOBAL Plus Reducer Couplings
PAM-SMU Plus

Pipes tapered
PAM-GLOBAL
DN dn Product code L h Weight PAM-SMU
70 50 MG 05 V1A 75 42 0.50
75 50 MH 05 V3B 80 47 0.72 PAM-ENSIGN
50 MH 05 V5B 80 45 1.03
100 70 MG 07 V2A 85 45 0.90
75 MH 07 V5B 90 45 1.13 The precisely matched couplings not only
50 MH 05 V3A 85 50 1.54 guarantee absolute tightness, but also
70 MG 12 V1A 90 50 1.50
125 facilitate assembly and optimal assembly time.
75 MH 07 V6B 95 52 1.33
100 MH 10 V6B 95 50 1.64
50 MH 05 V4A 95 55 1.95
70 MG 07 V4A 100 55 2.10
150 75 MH 07 V7B 100 57 1.75
100 MH 10 V7B 105 60 2.36
125 MH 12 V7B 110 60 2.00
75 MH 07 V8B 115 72 3.45
200 100 MH 10 V9A 115 70 3.75
125 MH 12 V9A 120 70 3.55
150 MH 15 V9B 125 65 3.96
75 MH 07 V9B 125 82 6.12
100 MH 10 V1A 125 82 5.86
250 150 MH 15 V1A 135 82 6.07
200 MH 20 V2A 145 80 6.28
100 MH 10 V2A 140 97 9.37
150 MH 15 V2A 150 95 9.98
300 200 MH 20 V2A 160 95 9.98
250 MH 25 V2A 170 95 10.40
400 300 MH 30 V1A 200 100 20.28

DN 500 and 600: do not hesitate to contact us

NOTE: SMU couplings must be fitted without any lubricant.

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PAM-GLOBAL S Couplings Couplings
PAM-SMU
PAM-ENSIGN S
Which coupling for which purpose?

PAM-GLOBAL PAM-GLOBAL PAM-GLOBAL PAM-GLOBAL HES CE PAM-GLOBAL PAM-GLOBAL PAM-GLOBAL PAM-GLOBAL PAM-GLOBAL PAM-GLOBAL PAM-GLOBAL Stainless steel Stainless steel SMU RAPID PAM-GLOBAL PAM-GLOBAL
RAPID-S RAPID-INOX REKORD claw CV coupling with coupling with CV claw GRIP FLEX KONFIX KONFIX-MULTI MULTIQUICK SMU RAPID SMU RAPID collar GRIP COLLAR ENSIGN ENSIGN
Application coupling with coupling with EPDM seal collar EPDM seal collar connection INOX ISO 6594
EPDM seal collar EPDM seal collar transition (couplings)
Range to other
materials


Domestic waste water


and rain water within
buildings
PAM-GLOBAL S Pipes 1) 1) 5)
PAM-SMU S Pipes
PAM-GLOBAL ENSIGN S
Waste water containing


petrol and oil within
buildings
PAM-GLOBAL S Pipes
PAM-SMU S Pipes 6) 6) 6) 6) 6)
PAM-GLOBAL ENSIGN S


PAM-GLOBAL S Pipes
PAM-SMU S Pipes
PAM-GLOBAL ENSIGN S
embedded in concrete
2) 2)
Pressure lines of


lifting gear up to
DN 100
PAM-GLOBAL S Pipes
PAM-SMU S Pipes 3) 3) 3)
PAM-GLOBAL ENSIGN S


Within buildings
PAM-GLOBAL Plus Pipes
PAM-GLOBAL ENSIGN Plus Pipes
PAM-SMU Plus
5)

Below ground
PAM-GLOBAL Plus Pipes
PAM-GLOBAL ENSIGN Plus Pipes
PAM-SMU Plus Pipes

Embedded in concrete
PAM-GLOBAL Plus Pipes
PAM-GLOBAL ENSIGN Plus Pipes
PAM-SMU Plus Pipes


EPAMS HDE-System


PAM-GLOBAL S Pipes
PAM-SMU S Pipes
PAM-GLOBAL ENSIGN S 4) 4) 4)

1) See Installation Guideline for Connections, pages 80-81 3) See Installation Guideline for Connections, pages 80-81 5) Observe Laying Guideline in the EPAMS HDE Brochure
2) With complicated structures consisting of several fittings 4) Not for burying in the ground or embedding in 6) With NBR seal collar
concrete

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PAM-GLOBAL S PAM-GLOBAL Couplings Couplings
PAM-SMU S

PAM-GLOBAL RAPID-S Coupling for PAM-GLOBAL S Pipes Approval No. Z - 42.5 - 5(298) All Stainless steel PAM-SMU RAPID couplings

DN Product code D H L Tightening DN Product code* L Drawn Weight


Largest dimension torque Diameter
Inox after installation [Nm] 50 MU 05 J4AT (H) 51 104 0.19
40 ZA 91 J04R ZA 91 J04W 53 64 41 75 MU 07 J4AT (H) 51 126 0.22
50 ZA 91 J05R ZA 91 J05W 70 80 40 100 MU 10 J4AT (H) 58 160 0.30

of the circumcircle
70 ML 07 J2R ML 07 J2W 90 100 40 125 MU 12 J4AT (H) 58 182 0.32

block clamp
75 ZA 91 J08R ZA 91 J08W 90 100 40 150 MU 15 J4AT (H) 58 206 0.36
100 ZA 91 J10R ZA 91 J10W 125 135 46 200 MU 20 J4AT (H) 83 272 0.85
125 ZA 91 J12R ZA 91 J12W 147 162 55 250 MU 25 J4AT (H) 83 332 1.00
150 ZA 91 J15R ZA 91 J15W 172 187 55
300 MU 30 J4AT (H) 83 380 1.20
200 ZA 91 J20R ZA 91 J20W 223 240 70
250 ZA 91 J25W 288 306 115 *gasket: EPDM = MU- - J4AT or nitril = MU - - J4AH
300 ZA 91 J30W 336 351 115 For the other DN, do not hesitate to contact
SAINT-GOBAIN Canalisation

Profile clamp made of stabilized nut, yellow chromatised. Complete


chrome steel, Material No. 1.4510/11 as with inserted EPDM sealing collar
PAM-SMU RAPID couplings
defined in DIN 17 440/41. Closure part that is resistant to ageing and boiling
with only one screw. Clamping heads water. Also available with NBR sealing
DN Product code L Drawn Weight
made of Material No. 1.4301. collar for waste water contaminated
Diameter
Galvanized screw, washer and square with oil and petrol. 40 MU 04 J4A 51 96 0.15
50 MU 05 J4A 51 104 0.19

of the circumcircle
75 MU 07 J4A 51 126 0.22
100 MU 10 J4A 58 160 0.30
125 MU 12 J4A 58 182 0.32
150 MU 15 J4A 58 206 0.36
200 MU 20 J4A 83 272 0.85
SPECIAL DESIGN: Profile clamp and closure parts made Identifying feature: 250 MU 25 J4A 83 332 1.00
PAM-GLOBAL RAPID-INOX of austenitic chrome-nickel steel, W5 identification on the profile clamp. 300 MU 30 J4A 83 382 1.20
DN 50-200 Material No. 1.4571 A4 as defined in The contour of this component is different after the
Approval No. Z - 42.5 - 298 DIN EN 10088. 200 DN
For pipelines that are exposed to the
PAM-GLOBAL RAPID-INOX
Made of special steel weather, e.g. for bridge building or
Material Group W5 = Material 1.4571 open multi-storey car parks, in con-
DN 50-200; closure part with one screw junction with PAM-GLOBAL B System.
DN 250-300; closure part with two Likewise, without additional corrosion
screws protection, ideal for burying in the
ground. Friction-locked longitudinal
adhesion is maintained up to 0.5 bar
with up to DN 200.

WARNING! Ensure that the installation instructions on page 80 are observed.

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PAM-ENSIGN S Couplings Couplings

Ductile Iron Coupling with Built-In Electrical Continuity Ensign Push Fit Joint (PFJ)

DN Product code A B C Weight DN Product code A B Weight


Two-piece Ductile Iron Coupling Joint Plain no ears
50 MU 05 J0FD 113 79 58 0.6 50 MU 05 MPF 99 73 0.9
70 MU 07 J0FD 129 103 58 0.6 70 MU 07 MPF 120 73 1.2
100 MU 10 J0FD 170 137 58 0.8 100 MU 10 MPF 152 73 1.8
125 MU 12 J0FD 188 158 58 0.9 150 MU 15 MPF 205 95 2.8
150* MU 15 J0FD 217 183 80 1.7
200* MU 20 J0FD 278 243 82 3.5
250* MU 25 J0FD 343 308 82 4.4
300* MU 30 J0FD 395 360 82 5.4 A
*150-300mm incorporates 4 socket bolts.
B

Patent No. 2 305 481


NBR gaskets will be
Registered Design
considered on request,
No. 2 083 167
on a quotational basis.
DN Product code A B C D E Weight
Joint with fixing ears
50 MU 05 J1FD 146 114 73 62 20 1.4
70 MU 07 J1FD 178 146 73 71 20 1.9
100 MU 10 J1FD 213 181 73 90 20 2.6
150 MU 15 J1FD 273 235 95 115 20 3.6

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PAM-GLOBAL S Couplings Couplings
PAM-SMU S
Below ground
PAM-GLOBAL CV Standard coupling Approval No. Z - 42.5 - 235(298) PAM-GLOBAL FLEX-INOX As defined in DIN 1986 128, Part 1 and 2 DN 100 to 600

DN Product Product A B D L Md DN Product code a b c d e M


code code Tightening torque 100 MU 10 JSE 98 40 25 137 154 8
CV CE [Nm] 125 MU 12 JSE 113 50 35 166 194 10
50 ZA 91 J05V ZA 91 J05A 14 22.5 56 48 4-6 150 MU 15 JSE 112 50 35 186 210 10
70 ML 07 J0A ML 07 J2E 14 22.5 85 48 4-6 200 MU 20 JSE 138 74 35 238 266 12
75 ZA 91 J08V ZA 91 J07A 14 22.5 85 48 4-6 250 MU 25 JSE 138 74 35 299 327 12
100 ZA 91 J10V ZA 91 J10A 18 25.5 115 54 10-12 300 MU 30 JSE 138 74 35 355 382 12
125 ZA 91 J12V ZA 91 J12A 18 31 140 65 10-12 400 MU 40 JSE 139 74 35 458 485 12
150 ZA 91 J15V ZA 91 J15A 18 31 170 65 10-12 500 MU 50 JSE 140 74 35 555 570 12
200 ZA 91 J20V ZA 91 J20A 18 37 220 78 15-20 600 MU 60 JSE 140 74 35 666 690 12
CV coupling 250 ZA 91 J25V ZA 91 J25A 18 37 286 78 15-20
300 ZA 91 J30V ZA 91 J30A 18 37 338 78 15-20
M ......
............
.... Case: 1.4571
.... ...
...
e Closure bolts: 1.4401

...
...
....................

....
PAM-GLOBAL couplings from DN 50 sealing collar upon request or as a

.....................
Screw: 1.4404
to 300. Clamping sleeve made of special design for up to DN 300 with
c
stabilized chrome steel. Material No. NBR sealing collar for waste water

. . ..
Two-lip EPDM sealing system

.
...

.. .
...
1.4510/11 acc. to DIN 17 440/41; closure contaminated with oil and petrol. ....
....... ..........
.......
...

parts and screws galvanized. EPDM b


a d

Stainless steel collar ISO 6594


Special version:
CE connector
CE coupling (special version) DN Product code* L Drawn Weight
Diameter
Clamping sleeve and closure parts material no. 1.4301 acc. to
100 MB 10 MoA 92 150 0.31
made of chrome-nickel steel; DIN 17 440/41. Identifier: W4
125 MB 12 MoA 108 175 0.47
150 MB 15 MoA 108 195 0.54

of the circumcircle
1 Clamping sleeve 200 MB 20 MoA 139 270 1.23
250 MB 25 MoA 139 330 1.65
2 For CV: slotted hexagon screws
300 MB 30 MoA 139 381 1.87
DN 50 and 70: M6, SW10
DN 100 to 300: M8, SW10 Use: installation PAM-SMU Plus pipes under the
ground
For CE: Hexagon screws
DN 50 and 70; M6, SW10
DN 100 to 300; M8, SW13
From DN 200 onwards in
two parts 3 Guide plate
4 Threaded plate
5 Sealing collar

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PAM-GLOBAL Plus PAM-GLOBAL Plus Couplings PAM-ENSIGN Plus
PAM-SMU Plus

PAM-GLOBAL CV Standard coupling Approval No. Z - 42.5 - 235(298) above ground Two-piece Ductile Iron Coupling Grey ED002

DN Product Product A B D L Md DN Product code A B C Weight


code code Tightening torque 100 MH 10 J0FD 170 137 58 0.8
CV CE [Nm] 150* MH 15 J0FD 217 183 80 1.7
50 ZA 91 J05V ZA 91 J05A 14 22.5 56 48 4-6 200* MH 20 J0FD 278 243 82 3.5
70 ML 07 J0A ML 07 J2E 14 22.5 85 48 4-6 250* MH 25 J0FD 343 308 82 4.4
75 ZA 91 J08V ZA 91 J07A 14 22.5 85 48 4-6 300* MH 30 J0FD 395 360 82 5.4
100 ZA 91 J10V ZA 91 J10A 18 25.5 115 54 10-12
*150-300 mm incorporates 4 socket bolts.
125 ZA 91 J12V ZA 91 J12A 18 31 140 65 10-12
150 ZA 91 J15V ZA 91 J15A 18 31 170 65 10-12
200 ZA 91 J20V ZA 91 J20A 18 37 220 78 15-20
CV coupling 250 ZA 91 J25V ZA 91 J25A 18 37 286 78 15-20 NBR gaskets will be
300 ZA 91 J30V ZA 91 J30A 18 37 338 78 15-20 considered on request,
on a quotational basis.

PAM-GLOBAL couplings from DN 50 to sealing collar upon request or as a


300. Clamping sleeve made of special design for up to DN 300 with
stabilized chrome steel. Material No. NBR sealing collar for waste water
1.4510/11 acc. to DIN 17 440/41; closure contaminated with oil and petrol.
parts and screws galvanized. EPDM

Special version:
CE connector
CE coupling Clamping sleeve and closure parts material no. 1.4301 acc. to Push Fit Socket ED004
made of chrome-nickel steel; DIN 17 440/41. Identifier: W4

1 Clamping sleeve DN Product code A B Weight


100 MH 10 MPF 140 90 1.2
2 For CV: slotted hexagon screws 3 Guide plate 150 MH 15 MPF 195 95 2.2
DN 50 and 70: M6, SW10
4 Threaded plate
DN 100 to 300: M8, SW10
For CE: Hexagon screws 5 Sealing collar
From DN 200 onwards in DN 50 and 70; M6, SW10
two parts DN 100 to 300; M8, SW13

All Stainless steel collar ISO 6594 below ground

DN Product code L Drawn Weight


Diameter
100 MB 10 MoA 92 150 0.31
125 MB 12 MoA 108 175 0.47 Ductile Iron Bracket ED048
150 MB 15 MoA 108 195 0.54
of the circumcircle

200 MB 20 MoA 139 270 1.23


DN Product code A B C Weight
250 MB 25 MoA 139 330 1.65
100 MH 10 K0FD 27 90 166 0.6
300 MB 30 MoA 139 380 1.87
150 MH 15 K0FD 30 115 214 0.8
Use: installation PAM-SMU Plus pipes under the 200 MH 20 K0FD 35 150 266 1.6
ground

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PAM-GLOBAL S PAM-GLOBAL Claws
PAM-SMU S
PAM-GLOBAL REKORD Claw DN 40-200 Approval No. Z-42.5-235(298) Grip collars for PAM-SMU RAPID couplings*
DN Product code A D L*) Md Pressure Hexagon
Largest dimension Tightening torque socket DN Product code L Drawn Weight VIS(1) Md
[mm] [mm] [mm] [Nm] [bar] screw Diameter Tightening torque
40 ML 04 KHR 21 65 62 12-15 to 10 M8 [Nm]
50 ML 05 KHR 21 75 69 12-15 to 10 M8 40 MU 04 J4G 73 130 0.29 13 10
70 ML 05 KHR 21 95 69 12-15 to 10 M8 50 MU 05 J4G 73 120 0.32 13 10
100 ML 10 KHR 25 135 87 25-30 to 10 M10 75 MU 07 J4G 73 146 0.39 13 10
125 ML 12 KHR 25 160 95 30-35 to 5 M10 100 MU 10 J4AG 87 185 1.00 17 20
150 ML 15 KHR 25 185 95 30-35 to 5 M10 125 MU 12 J4AG 98 210 1.11 17 20
200 ML 20 KHR 30 235 111 60-65 to 3 M12 150 MU 15 J4AG 98 230 1.23 17 30
200 MU 20 J4AG 122 310 2.25 17 30
A Securing ring with friction-locked lon- with hardened claw inserts, 2 hexagon of the
D circumcircle 250 MU 25 J4AG 122 360 3.80 19 30
gitudinal adhesion for PAM-GLOBAL socket screws with fine thread and
300 MU 30 J4AG 122 420 3.90 19 30
pipelines with PAM-GLOBAL RAPID fixed guiding and threaded plates. Pipe marking: stainless steel
couplings at internal pressure loads Application: Pump pressure lines of PAM-SMU RAPID ISO 6594 *Product to be used in case of accidental water pressure of the network
L of up to 10 bar (DN 40-100); lifting installations; rain-water and
(1) Dimension of internal hexagonal hole or size of allen key required
Material: electrogalvanized steel. dirty-water pipelines in areas subject
(2) Tightening torque to apply in Nm
PAM-GLOBAL REKORD securing to backpressure.
clamps consisting of 2 clamp halves

PAM-GLOBAL GRIP-INOX PAM-GLOBAL GRIP-S As defined in DIN 86 128, Parts 1 and 2 DN 50 to 600 Grip collars for universal plugs*
GRIP-INOX GRIP-S DN Product code L Drawn Weight VIS(1) Md
DN Product code Pressure Product code Pressure a b c d e M Diameter Tightening torque
50 MU 05 JSAE 10 MU 05 JSA 10 77 29 17 79 109 8 [Nm]
70 MU 07 JSAE 10 MU 07 JSA 10 98 40 25 100 125 10 50 MU 05 J4GB 73 120 0.26 13 20
100 MU 10 JSAE 10 MU 10 JSA 10 98 40 25 133 154 10 75 MU 07 J4GB 73 146 0.39 13 20
125 MU 12 JSAE 10 MU 12 JSA 10 115 50 35 166 197 12 100 MU 10 J4GB 87 185 0.42 17 20
150 MU 15 JSAE 10 MU 15 JSA 10 115 50 35 186 211 12 125 MU 12 J4GB 98 210 0.70 17 20
of the
200 MU 20 JSAE 10 MU 20 JSA 10 140 74 35 240 270 16 150 MU 15 J4GB 98 230 0.90 17 20
circumcircle
250 MU 25 JSAE 10 MU 25 JSA 10 140 74 35 299 330 16 200 MU 20 J4GB 122 310 1.00 17 20
300 MU 30 JSAE 10 MU 30 JSA 10 140 74 35 455 470 16 250 MU 25 J4GB 122 360 1.80 19 30
400 MU 40 JSAE 10 MU 40 JSA 10 142 74 35 480 520 16 300 MU 30 J4GB 122 420 2.10 19 30
500 MU 50 JSAE 6 MU 50 JSA 6 142 74 35 560 576 16
600 MU 60 JSA 4 MU 60 JSA 4 142 74 35 665 635 16 *Product to be used in case of accidental water pressure of the network
(3) Dimension of internal hexagonal hole or size of allen key required
GRIP-INOX GRIP-S (4) Tightening torque to apply in Nm
Case: 1.4571 Case: 1.4301
Closure bolts: 1.4401 Closure bolts: 1.0737,
Screws: 1.4404 galvanized
Claw ring: 1.4310 Screws: 1.7220,
galvanized Grip collar: Method of assembly
Two-lip sealing system Two-lip sealing system
made of EPDM or NBR. made of EPDM or NBR. Grip Gollar is placed on the SMU RAPID
couplings or the expansion plug
PAM-GLOBAL CV Claw DN 50-300 Approval No. Z - 42.5 - 235(298)
to cover the PAM-SMU RAPID
DN Product A D L Md couplings or the expansion plug
code Tightening torque with the grip collar
[Nm]
50 ML 05 J0G 23 74 71 10-12
to position the last segment and
70 ML 07 J0G 23 94 71 10-12
100 ML 10 J0G 23 124 87 18-20 insert hexagon bolt
125 ML 12 J0G 23 149 98 18-20
150 ML 15 J0G 23 174 98 18-20 to grip gradually while clamping
200 ML 20 J0G 23 224 110 25-30
250 ML 25 J0G 27 294 138 55-60
300 ML 30 J0G 27 346 138 55-60 Mounting on the SMU RAPID
couplings
The inexpensive securing clamps for Securing clamp with friction-locked DN 50 to 300, at internal pressure loads
all CV and CE securings above 0.5 bar longitudinal adhesion for PAM-GLOBAL of up to 3 bar.
internal pressure. pipelines with CV or CE couplings, Material: steel 37/2, electrogalvanized.
74 75
PAM-GLOBAL S Connectors
PAM-SMU S
PAM-GLOBAL KONFIX For transition connections, Approval No. Z-42.5-240 Stepping rings for jointing to other pipe material
Use with a PAM-SMU RAPID DN Product code id* Weight
DN Product D1 D Da L1 L Insert depth
code Connecting pipe 50 MU 05J2A 50 0.02
mm mm 75 MU 07J3A 63 0.06
50 ML 05 F4A 57 72 40-56 20 58 35 75 MU 07J2A 77 0.03
70 ML 07 F4A 77 92 56-75 22 66.5 40 100 MU 09J3A 91 0.10
100 ML 10 F4A 108 126 102-110 27.5 89.5 57 100 MU 10J2A 100 0.05
125 ML 12 F4A 132 151 125 35.5 108.5 65 125 MU 12J2A 125 0.06
200 MU 20J2A 200 0.15
250 MU 25J2A 250 0.45
The new PAM-GLOBAL KONFIX transi- er and more secure. KONFIX connec- *external diameter of the other materials
tion connectors DN 50-125. Transitions tions only have one cut-out Flexible coupling
from connecting pipelines or drain con- in the lid, now on the inside, and with
DN Product code D D L Weight
nections made of foreign materials an additional connecting lip. Material:
mini* maxi*
be they steel or plastic to EPDM. Spiral-thread clamp made of
75 CY 07 MOLD 75 90 100 0.40
PAM-GLOBAL pipelines are made easi- chrome steel. Material No. 1.4016. 100 CY 10 MOLE 100 115 100 0.70
100 CY 10 MOAH 110 121 120 0.70
125 CY 12 MOCF 130 150 120 1.00
150 CY 15 MOEG 150 175 120 1.00
PAM-GLOBAL KONFIX-MULTI For transition connections 200 CY 20 MOGY 200 225 150 1.50
DN Product D1 D Da L1 L Insert depth *mini/maxi external diameters of pipes to be connected
code Connecting pipe Flexible coupling and stepping ring
mm mm
100 ML 10 F5A 108 134 32-56 35.5 90.5 40 DN Product code D D d d L Weight
mini* maxi* mini* maxi*
200 CY 20 MOBG 200 225 192 201 150 1.90
KONFIX-MULTI connector for the con- PAM-GLOBAL pipes, DM 100, material: *mini/maxi external diameters of pipes to be connected
nection of up to 3 individual connect- EPDM. Spiral-thread clamp made of
ing pipes, 32-56 mm diameter, made of chrome steel. Material No. 1.4016.
foreign materials to

Short pipe with access door

DN Product code D D d d L Weight


mini* maxi* mini* maxi*
150 CY 15 MOLG 155 170 130 145 120 0.80
200 CY 20 MOLJ 170 193 210 235 150 1.50
*mini/maxi external diameters of pipes to be connected
PAM-GLOBAL MULTIQUICK For transition connections, Approval No: Z-42.5-240

DN Product D1 D2 D3 D4 d1 d2 d3 d4 H
100 x 70 ML 10 F1A 117 111 101 81 108 104 94 74 107
EPDM plugs: possible pipe traps

The MULTIQUICK connector DN 100 x a maximum outside diameter of Universal plugs 1 or 2 inlets DN Product code 1st aperture 2nd aperture 3rd aperture
in mm in mm in mm
70 to connect foreign materials with an 115 mm. Material: EPDM. Spiral-thread
with stainless steel collar
outside diameter of 72-110 mm to clamp made of chrome steel.
50 MU 05 F4A 32 or 40
PAM-GLOBAL DN 100 GA or LNA with Material No. 1.4016.
DN 50 MU 05 F4A DN 75 MU 07 F4A DN 100 MU 07 F4A 75 MU 07 F4A 32 or 40
weight: 0.10 weight: 0.18 weight: 0.29 or 42 or 50
Universal plug 3 inlets 100 MU 10 F4A 32 or 40 32

without stainless steel collar


100 MU 10 F5A 32 or 40 32 or 40 32 or 40 or 42
or 42 or 40 or 50 or 50 or 54
DN 100 MU 05 F4A
weight: 0.10

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PAM-ENSIGN S

Multi Manifold Typical Manifold Application


DN Product code A B C D E Weight
Manifold Connector EF094
There is no end to the options availa-
100 MU 10 FMM 43 125 200 142 62 3.2
ble when using the Multi Manifold.
150 MU 15 FMM 70 165 290 184 81 6.1
They can save space and materials by
combinig, for example, the wastewater
drainage systems from the kitchen
3 Rubber Plugs to accommodate 150 mm diameter to be introduced
and toilet another wash basin.
38/32 mm dia. waste. later in 2001. (Contact Marketing
Suitable for push-fit connection Department for availability)
to plastic/copper waste.

Replacement Plugs can


be supplied on request

The Multi-waste manifold simplifies Fixing instructions


waste plumbing by grouping all asso-
ciated pipework from various sources 1. Remove grommets, piece the appro-
such as sinks, basins, bidets, urinals priate groove for 32 mm or 38 mm
and showers to one internal point waste connections and tear out centre
above the finished floor level. disc where required.
2. Apply an appropriate silicon grease
The manifold will permit the connec- (not provided) to the outside of the
tion of three 32/38 mm copper/plastic grommet and re-fit into manifold
waste inlets to any new or existing ensuring that the retaining grooves
100 mm diameter ENSIGN pipe stack. of the grommet is located correctly in
the casing.
The manifold main body is connected 3. Lubricate pipe ends and insert into
to the stack using standard coupling grommets with a rotational move-
EC002. To achieve a 32 mm waste Minimum space required to fit manifold ment. Pipe ends may be chamfered
connection, remove the inner rubber into a hole precaste in concrete slab for ease of insertion.
ring, 38 mm utilising the outer ring
(for waste pipe maximum lengths
see BS EN 12056-2). Pipe
Silicone
Grease Pipe or Fitting
Pipework connecting discharge appli-
ances to SVP manifold, should be Grommet Coupling EC002
designed not to cause self siphonage.
Manifold EF094

Coupling EC002
150 mm diameter to be introduced
Pipe
later in 2001. (Contact Marketing
Department for availability).

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PAM-GLOBAL S Installation instructions Installation instructions
PAM-SMU S
PAM-GLOBAL RAPID coupling PAM-GLOBAL CV and CE The connector consists of two parts: resistant to ageing and boiling water
Connectors the clamping sleeve made of stainless Installing is simple, fast and safe.
steel and an elastic sealing collar made Tools: Screwdriver, socket spanner,
of EPDM a grade of rubber that is ratchet or electric impact screwdriver

1. Push the supplied complete connec- 2. Turn over the open half of the 3. Install the next pipe or formed part
tor on to the pipe end right up to the sealing collar flush with the spacing ring and fold
middle spacing ring of the seal back the turned over half of the collar
1. Push the supplied complete 2. Push the next pipe end from the 3. Firmly tighten the hexagon socket
connector on to the pipe end right other end into the connector screw with a socket spanner, hand
up to the middle spacing ring of the ratchet or impact screwdriver, if
seal possible to the point where the two
clamping jaws come together

PAM-GLOBAL REKORD
The two clamp halves must encircle the formed parts) are perfectly clean 4. Place the clamping sleeve around 5. Alternatively tighten the two clamp-
the collar ing screws uniformly and hand tight.
pipe ends uniformly. Consequently, first (remove paint runs). The guiding and threaded plates of the
screw the two clamp halves loosely clamp must come together parallel to 2
avoid any deformations
together. Ensure that the claw tips of Warning! PAM-GLOBAL CV Claw
the securing clamp are not seated on Ensure that the tightening torques
The claw segments must encircle the pipe ends uniformly. Conse- 1
the plate sheath of the sealing clamp. (see table) are observed with all four
quently, first screw the two clamp segments loosely together. Ensure
Tighten the screws crosswise alterna- screws, even if the closing parts are
that the claw tips of the securing clamp are not seated on the plate
tively so that the closing parts are already in contact with each other at a
sheath of the sealing clamp. Tighten the screws crosswise alternatively
pulled together in parallel, if possible low tightening torque. Use a dynomet- 3
so that the closing parts are pulled together in parallel, if possible
with the same spacing. Ensure that the ric key for final tightening.
with the same spacing. The tightening torque is 25-30 Nm. Ensure that 4
sealing areas (pointed ends, pipes and
the supplied washers are placed under the clamping heads and nuts.

DN MD (Nm) Pressure Outer sheath made of DN 50-70 DN 100-200 DN 250-300


Tightening torque in bar 1 St 3K40 with Segments: Segments: Segments:
hardened claw inserts 2 x 180 3 x 120 3 x 120
40 12-15 to 10
50 12-15 to 10 2 Hexagon screws 4 pcs M8 6 pcs M10 6 pcs M12
70 12-15 to 10 3 Hexagon nuts 4 pcs M8 6 pcs M10 6 pcs M12
100 25-30 to 10
4 Washers 8 pcs 12 pcs 12 pcs
125 30-35 to 5
150 30-35 to 5 Screw tightening 10-12 Nm DN 100-150 18-20 Nm 55-60 Nm
200 60-65 to 3 torque Md DN 200 25-30 Nm
All parts are electrogalvanized

PAM GLOBAL SE PAM GLOBAL SE Highest sound-proofing values


Pipe Clamp DN 100 with Sound decoupling system independent of the torque
novel hinged clamp
Contrary to conventional pipe clamps rubber-metal element that has been
Installation is the same as with a where sound is dampened by a rubber specifically adapted to the cast materi-
conventional pipe clamp by way of a insert, the PAM-GLOBAL SE Clamp al. The effectiveness of sound decou-
M8 or M10 threaded nipple. The clamp features a vibration system to decouple pling is independent of how firm the
is folded open, the pipe inserted, the the sound. This is achieved with a locking screw has been tightened.
locking screw hooked in and finally
tightened on the block.
PAM GLOBAL SE
Clamp, s.p. 18

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PAM-GLOBAL S Installation instructions Installation instructions
PAM-SMU S
PAM-ENSIGN S
Jointing Method
PAM-GLOBAL MULTIQUICK Connector
Couplings are supplied pre-assembled. 1. Slacken bolts on coupling to fullest 4. Loosely assemble the coupling around
In certain applications, it can be benefi- extent, removing the bolt(s) from one side around the gasket.
to ease asembly and remove rubber gasket. Connecting possibilities: PAM-GLOBAL pipes with an outside
cial to apply a small amount of lubri- 5. Check alignment of assembly before
PAM-GLOBAL pipes with an outside diameter of 109-112 mm to LNA and GA
cant (i.e. ENSIGN EC Lube or similar) on 2. Place the rubber gasket over the end of tightening the bolts. Coupling bolts on all
the pipe or fitting, ensuring the central reg- sizes are M8 and require special allen socket diameter of 109-112 mm (tolerance pipes with an outside diameter of up
the lip of the rubber gasket to ease its
ister is abutted against the spigot edge. adaptor EF 100. range PAM-GLOBAL pipes DN 100) to maximum 115 mm. The connection
positioning.
3. Push the second pipe or fitting into the with shape-stable foreign materials is established with two spiral-thread
gasket again ensuring that the spigot is with an outside diameter of clamps that are both suitable for larg-
abbutted against the central register. 110-72 mm. er diameter tolerances

Note: Bolts should be tightened until a suitable resistance is achieved (min 20 Nm)

Tools A ENSIGN EC Lube (1 litre bottle)


The open end of the Then use a knife to cut open the closed side Push the connecting pipe into the MULTI-
PAM- B Square-drive MULTIQUICK connection and shorten the connection to the correspond- QUICK connection and tighten the spiral-
ENSIGN S Ratched Spanner (use with C and E) is pushed over the pipe ing outside diameter of the connecting pipe. thread clamp in the envisaged position.
For use with nuts on fixing brackets and on acess door end and the spiral-thread The connection is shortened to the required Ensure that the sealing zone (pointed ends
fittings and also with new two-piece coupling. clamp is positioned in the diameter in front of the stepping. of the pipes and shaped parts) is in a per-
C 13 mm A/F Square-drive envisaged recess where it Then push the second spiral-thread clamp over fectly clean state. Remove paint runs and
Deep Socket (use with ratchet B) is then tightened. the connecting pipe. cement residues. The spiral-thread clamps
For use with nuts on fixing brackets and on acess door should only be tightened manually with a
fittings screwdriver in order to avoid damage to the
D 13 mm A/F T Box Spanner MULTIQUICK connection.
For use with nuts on fixing brackets and on acess door
fittings
E Allen Socket Adaptor (use with racket B)
For use with nuts on fixing brackets and on acess door fittings

PAM-GLOBAL KONFIX and KONFIX-MULTI


KONFIX connectors are used to connect
pipes or drain connections made of
foreign material (steel or plastic) to
PAM-GLOBAL pipes. The DN 100 and
DN 125 connectors are also used for
the connection of plastic roof gutter
down-pipes.

1. Push the KONFIX collar with a loose 2. Cut the prescored head side of the 3. Mark the insert depth on the 4.The steel pipe adaptor illustrated
clamping tape onto the PAM-GLOBAL KONFIX with a knife and remove the connecting pipe. Apply a lubricant here only serves as an example. The
pipe until the stop point is reached. lid. and push in. Finished! KONFIX connector can be used to
Then secure to the pipe with the WARNING: Do not cut too deep so connect all drain pipes made of all
clamping tape. as not to damage the sealing lip! materials to the PAM-GLOBAL pipe.

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PAM-GLOBAL S

Quality System For Buildings, Industry and Bridges Mounting Instructions


COMPLETE BRACKETING SYSTEM PROGRAMME
Galvanised Zinc and Stainless Steel
PAM-GLOBAL has gained a sound repu-
Fastening devices with base plate Wall fastening devices
tation in the field of pipelines with its
with console
adjustable, corrosion-protected fasten-
Ceiling, wall and floor fas-
ing elements in the very highest stan-
tening devices with the
dard of quality and that are free of all
base plate
welding. Used not only for buildings
but also in industry (laying pipelines)
and transport (bridge draining).

The range of standardised, type-coded base plate


components covers all forms of
pipeline installation on floors, walls or
ceilings.
Fastening screws with
approved anchor

Load-bearing threaded rods

Mounting the BR 7 pipe clip on a


slotted rail

threaded plate slotted rail


GWP 50/16

washer When direct instal-


U 16 lation with dowels
is inappropriate
hexagon nut
SM 16

threaded nut
GS 16 pipe clip
BR 7
hexagon nut
The PAM-GLOBAL professional range consists of a SM 16
complete safety system to mount cast-iron, steel,
copper and plastic pipes in homes, industry and
Prefabricated pipe bridges produced according to drawings for immediate
bridge building and consists of installation on the building site.
Thread Spading Awall/slotted rail up to middle of pipe in mm Maximum flexure: fmax = 3 mm
all types of pipe clips, 50 100 150 200 250 300 Permissible steel tension: 160 N/mm2
slotted rails, Expensive, work-intensive individual Recommended permissible load (N) (thread nipple/threaded rod)
finished consoles, solutions can be eliminated and costly M 8 100 50 33 25 13 -
combination holders and drilling of innumerable holes is drasti- M 10 200 100 66 50 32 19
other accessory parts cally reduced by collective installation M 12 350 175 116 87 68 40
made of galvanized or special steel. with pipe bridges. M 16 888 444 296 222 177 137

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PAM-GLOBAL S

Series survey Mounting Instructions

Mounting frame for full room height


Series 5 DN 10 to 150 for PAM-GLOBAL drainpipes
Hexagon sleeve
M 8/10 + M 12
Flat steel Clip size 23-42 49-77 89-180
Captive
washer Flat steel St W 23, galvanized 25 x 2 25 x 2,5 25 x 3
c Special steel A4, Material No. 1.4571 25 x 2 25 x 2,5 25 x 3
Hexagon sleeve (special steel only M 12) M 8/10 M 12 M 8/10 M 12 M 8/10 M 12
2 hexagon screws with slot M 6 x 20 *M 6 x 20 M 6 x 25
a Bracing dimension a 5 5 10
Strap width b 16 16 16
Hexagon Edge spacing of hole c 7 7 7
screw
Profile rubber insert 8 mm Sound insulating value: 17 dB (A), tested
b temperature resistance by the Institute for Building Physics,
f0r -40 C to +110 C Mlheim Test Certificate No. 7605/C/E/82
F
Permissible load: M 8/10=2.000 N
Stepped Volume resistance 1.5 x 1012 W cm (Ohm cm) * As of Size 77=M 6 x 25
nut
M 12=2.500 N M 8/10 Surface resistance Roa 4 x 1012 W (Ohm)
S=2-fold against breakage

Series 6 DN 40 to 250
Hexagon sleeve
M 16 Clip size 63-194 203-245 254-283
Flat steel Flat steel St 37-2, galvanized 40 x 6 50 x 6 50 x 6
Special steel A4, Material No. 1.4571 40 x 6 50 x 6
c Hexagon sleeve M 16 x 25 M 16 x 25 M 16 x 25
2 hexagon screws with nuts M 12 x 40 M 16 x 45 M 16 x 45
Bracing dimension a 12 12 12
a Strap width b 31 45 45
Accessory parts for the pipe fasting system
Hexagon Edge spacing of hole c 17 22 22
screw Profile rubber insert 8 mm Sound insulating value: 14 dB (A), tested 1 Sliding set 2 Threaded rods and nipples 3 Insert screws 4 Hexagon nuts 5 Washers 6 Hexagon screws
with nut
temperature resistance by the Institute for Building Physics,
b
f0r -40 C to +110 C Mlheim Test Certificate No. 7605/C/E/83 1 2 3 4 5 6
F Volume resistance 1.5 x 1012 W cm (Ohm cm)
Permissible load: 7.000 N
S=2-fold against breakage Surface resistance Roa 4 x 1012 W (Ohm)

Series 7 DN 100 to 600 7 Suspension straps 8 Slotted rails 9 and 10 threaded plates 11 Base plates
A

Clip size 112-194 203-298 308-548 635-650 7 8 9 10 11


Flat steel St 37-2, hot galvanized 40 x 6 50 x 6 60 x 8 70 x 10
Special steel A4, Material No. 1.4571 40 x 6 50 x 6 60 x 8 70 x 10
Flat steel Hole for 2 threaded rods M 16 M 16 M 16 M 16
Bracing dimension a 12 12 12 30
Strap width b 31 45 50 60
12 and 13 Angles for 90 und 45 14 combination holders 15 Finished consoles 16 Supporting holders
Edge spacing of hole c 17 22 22 30
Profile rubber insert 8 mm Sound insulating value: 14 dB (A), tested
a temperature resistance by the Institute for Building Physics, 12 13 14 15 16
f0r -40 C to +110 C Mlheim Test Certificate No. 7605/C/E/83
c Volume resistance 1.5 x 1012 W cm (Ohm cm)
b Surface resistance Roa 4 x 1012 W (Ohm)
Permissible load: 8.000 N F
S=2-fold against breakage
Threaded rods and nuts must be
separately ordered for Series 7

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PAM-ENSIGN S PFJ

Jointing Method of new PFJ Pipe Support Brackets


The unique, all-purpose, lightweight,
ductile iron bracket incorporates an
elongated slot at the fixing point.
This allows both vertical and lateral
adjustment without dismantling the
pipe system.

3 metres max.
Additional brackets may be required where fittings
are installed within the vertical stack at the discretion
of the designer.

Typical support arrangement for vertical pipework


1. Apply a small amount of lubricant 3. Push the second pipe or fitting into Three joints used on branches can be
(ie ENSIGN EC Lube or similar) on the the gasket again ensuring that the very close fitting, in some cases they EF049 EF048
lip of the rubber gaskets, both ends, spigot is abutted against the central virtually touch. To accommodate this,
to ease insertion of pipe/fittings. register. the plain joint is designed with a flat
area which should be lined up with the
2. Push joint over the end of pipe/fit- Joints eared/plain can be fitted to most S.V.P
adjoining socket, to give maximum V.P
ting, ensuring the central register is fittings within the ENSIGN 50, 70, 100
clearance (see fig. A).
abutted against the spigot edge event- and 150 mm diameter ranges
ly. If the joint ist eared, fix to wall using Generally when plain sockets are used, Support for vertical pipework
anti-corrosion coach screws or similar. ensure flat area is positioned at the
rear of the pipe (nearest the wall) away For vertical waste or rainwater stacks, it heights is self-supporting and undue Ensign Pipe Stand distances from
from view. is recommended that a load-bearing pressure is not imposed upon the base Diameters back of pipe wall face
bracket be fitted to each floor level, to of the stack. 50, 70 32 mm
Existing Systems 90 mm (31/2) Conventional Soil Connection to Conventional Soil carry the weight of the pipe and its con- Where rainwater and soil stacks are 100, 150, 200 38 mm
Fig. A
If breaking into an existing ENSIGN Ensign can connect directly to 90 mm tents. This is of particular importance on located at standard distance from wall
Inserting only 35 mm
system, a slip joint should be ordered Flat Area (3 ") conventional soil by inserting a multi-storey applications. or column (see table below), one bracket
which is designed with a reduced cen- traditional gasket into the PFJ coupling, These brackets should be tightened as per length of pipe will be adequate
tral register. The joint is made by slip- replacing one of the standard gaskets. the stack is built up, so that each floor within 600 mm of the joint.
ping the whole socket onto the pipe, (Contact Marketing Department)
positioning the new fitting then sliding Lubricate the spigot of the 90 mm
the socket into the desired position (in pipe, and push coupling over the pipe Support for low gradient pipework
similar fashion to the ENSIGN coupling insert-ing 35 mm only (see fig. A).
The distance between pipe suppports centre of 3 m length pipe, or as further Typical support arrangement for horizontal pipework
example on ). Ensure the 90 mm pipe is securely
should not exceed 3 metres, as advised in guidance, 1.5m approx. from first bracket
fixed to prevent slipping into new pipe-
BS EN 12056 Code of Practice for Sanitary (see diagram).
work. Length
Pipework. BBA standard guidelines depict maxi-
over
ENSIGN PFJ However, it is recommended that suspen- mum spacing of brackets not to exceed 1 Metre M10 or M12 1 Metre
ded ENSIGN pipework should have two 2 metres (refer to the Agreement Certi- Max. Max.
Dn Product code A B C D E Weight bracket supports per 3 metre length. ficate), with further brackets necessary
Joint with fixing ears Positioning of brackets as follows: adjacent to any fittings which are instal-
50 MU 05 J1FD 146 114 73 62 20 1.4 1 bracket maximum of 300 mm from led. EF049 EF048
70 MU 07 J1FD 178 146 73 71 20 1.9 joint, 2nd bracket positioned approx.
100 MU 10 J1FD 213 181 73 90 20 2.6
150 MU 15 J1FD 273 235 95 115 20 3.6
Bracket diameter 50 70 100 125 150 200 250 300
Threated rods M10 M10 M10 M12 M12 M12 M16 M16
(Recommended)

*Max. recommended length of threaded rod is 1 metre for single drop EF048, two
1,5 metres max.
drops recommended over 1 metre EF049 type bracket. Lateral movement brace
may be required for horizontal pipework at 6 m spacing.
3 metres max.

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PAM-SMU
PAM-ENSIGN S

Downpipe collars 802 Collar 802 Hook 101 Collar 401


Quick closing
Automatic fixing
DN Product code Weight Due to the indentation
Flexibility enabled by a
a 50 MU 05 K3A 0.08
Quick fixing
gap of 4 cm located at the
and locking catch
one fixed nut
75 MU 07 K3A 0.10 head of the hook

100 MU 10 K3A 0.14 Movable nut


Permitting lateral
125 MU 12 K3A 0.16
adjustment
150 MU 15 K3A 0.19
Reduced span
Designed to Advantages
a= distance between generator adapt against Adjustment between
unevenness 6 and 7 cm in height
of the vertical possible
wall

Suspension hooks 101 Automatic


adjustment
Levels the holder
DN Product code Weight to keep water flow
50 MU 05 K1A 0.04 in the duct balanced
75 MU 07 K1A 0.06
100 MU 10 K1A 0.09
(Illustration shows MB nut)
125 MU 12 K1A 0.13
150 MU 15 K1A 0.18 in galvanised sheet steel
in galvanised sheet steel Aluminium AS 13
the said corbel 200 MU 20 K1A 0.40 one lug to facilitate installation corrosion-free quick fitting with bolt and threaded rod
250 MU 25 K1A 0.60
300 MU 30 K1A 0.80

Ductile Iron Brackets

DN Product code A B C Weight


Suspension hooks 401 Ductile Iron Bracket
50 MU 05 K0FD 27 64 110 0.3
70 MU 07 K0FD 27 74 132 0.5
DN Product code Weight
100 MU 10 K0FD 27 90 166 0.6
50 MU 05 K2A 0.10
150 MU 15 K0FD 30 115 214 0.8
75 MU 07 K2A 0.13
200 MU 20 K0FD 35 150 266 1.6
100 MU 10 K2A 0.19
125 MU 12 K2A 0.22
150 MU 15 K2A 0.25
200 MU 20 K2A 0.64
250 MU 25 K2A 0.70
300 MU 30 K2A 0.70 Elongated slot at fixing point (D) to ease fixing
the said pear
DN Product code A B C Weight
Ductile Iron Bracket
100 MU 10 K1FD 27 90 166 0.8
Elongated slot at fixing point (D) to ease fixing

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PAM-GLOBAL S Installation and laying instructions Technical specifications

German Example 3. Installation rules and permissible pressure loads for PAM-GLOBAL couplings
3.1 General remarks Up to 0.5 bar in the backwater zone PAM-GLOBAL CV and CE connectors in
PAM-GLOBAL lines are planned and laid in conformity The precondition for secure fastening With PAM-GLOBAL RAPID connec- the following nominal diameters,
with the technical rules and stipulations of: and friction-locked longitudinal adhe- tors DN 100-200 Securing direct- secured with CV claws, can be subject-
sion of the coupling point applied par- ional changes using PAM-GLOBAL ed to the specified pressure:
DIN EN 12 056 and DIN 1986, Part 1: Field of application, definitions, Part 4: Drainage installations ticularly to drainage lines that could be REKORD claws.
general demands and execution re- Planning and calculation. DN 50 to 300 with 3 bar
Part 100, 34, 30 as well as exposed to an internal pressure that is Claws for DN 250 and 300 are cur-
quirements. Part 5: Installation, maintenance and
DIN EN 752 higher than 0.5 bar, for example: rently being prepared.
PAM-GLOBAL GRIP connectors in the
part 2: Dirty-water installations operating instructions
DIN EN 12 056 Gravity drainage Planning and calculation. 1. Pipes in the backwater zone following nominal diameters can be
Over 0.5 bar in the backwater zone
within buildings Part 3: Roof drainage Planning and 2. Rainwater pipes within buildings subjected to the specified pressure:
All PAM-GLOBAL connectors must be
calculation. 3. Dirty-water pipes that are conducted
secured with the corresponding DN 50 - 400 with 10 bar (6)
through several basement levels
PAM-GLOBAL claws. PAM GLOBAL DN 500 with 6 bar (3)
4. Pressure pipelines of waste-water
DIN 1986 Draining systems for DIN EN 752 Drainage systems couplings for PAM-GLOBAL pipelines DN 600 with 4 bar (2)
Drainage fundamentals lifting installations
buildings and properties outside buildings with claws are suitable for the follow-
for buildings and properties Operating pressures can particularly Ensure that the installation instruc-
Part 100: Additional provisions Part 1: General remarks and definitions ing overpressures. The RAPID connec-
in connection with the arise pipelines that are below the back- tions in the following nominal diame- tions for the given connector type are
relating to DIN EN 12056 (Draft 1/2001) Part 2: Demands
following parts: Part 3: Rules for operation and Part 3: Planning water level, e.g. backflow from the ters, secured with REKORD claws, can observed.
maintenance Part 4: Hydraulic calculations and culvert network which can cause pipe be subjected to the specified pressures:
Remaining national standards:
Part 4: Application fields for drainage environment protection aspects connections to come apart.
DN 40, 50, 70 and 100 with 10 bar
pipes and shaped parts made of Part 5: Modernisation Consequently, it is necessary to proceed
DN 125 and 150 with 5 bar
different materials Part 6: Pumping installation in the following manner for PAM-
DN 200 with 3 bar
Part 30: Maintenance Part 7: Operation and maintenance GLOBAL pipelines which are below
the backwater level:

Furthermore, the following DIN 1053 Masonry DIN 4102 Fire protection in building 3.2 Rainwater pipes Today, DIN 1986 T, 100 defines the inter- tion. Our experience has shown that,
standards in their given valid Part 1 with provisions relating to construction. DIN EN 12056-3, Section 7.6.4., stipu- nal pressure as overload, i.e. backwater with radio towers, it has been perfectly
versions must be observed: recesses and grooves. DIN 4108 Thermal protection in lates in this context: in the pipe, for selecting the pressure sufficient for the past 15 years to secure
DIN EN 1610 Draining channels and building construction. Indoor rainwater pipes must be able to strength of the pipe. However, backwa- the bottom bends and junctions with
pipes, with guidelines relating to DIN 4109 Sound insulation in withstand the pressure that can arise ter up to the top edge of the building CV claws. Obviously, this presupposes
laying pipes underground. building construction. as a result of clogging. will continue to remain the exception that the statutory pipe has been laid
Clogging of rainwater collecting pipes in future. Our experience has shown and secured according to the
and downpipes, and with it pressure that it is sufficient to secure pipes PAM-GLOBAL installation instructions
Demands and permissible pressure loads for PAM-GLOBAL couplings loads at building height, is a new below the backwater level with claws. and that materials from SAINT-GOBAIN
1. Normative requirements DIN EN 12056 and DIN 1986-100 requirement that has not been speci- Normally downpipes above the back- have been used. Please also refer to our
In principle drainage and ventilation withstand an internal and external Moreover, DIN EN 12056-5, January 01, fied in the past in DIN 1986, Part 1. water level do not have to be secured new PAM-GLOBAL GRIP connectors up
systems are designed as pressureless pressure of 0.5 bar no longer exists in Section 6.3 Laying Drainage Lines, Reference was made to overpressures with claws. The water column in verti- to 10 bar.
gradient lines. However, this does not EURO EN 12056. DIN EN 12056-1, tates with regard to securing: Pipes in excess of 0.5 bar and internal pres- cal rainwater pipes that are open at the
exclude the possibility of pressures January 01, Section 5.4.2 Water and without friction-locked longitudinal sures due to special operating states, top does not exert a longitudinal force,
arising in the lines under specific Gas Tightness, states in general: adhesion must be secured and/or sup- but clogging did not form a planned provided that the pipes are secured
operating conditions. Drainage installations must be suffi- ported in such a manner that the con- operating state in our opinion. against buckling out of the axis direc-
ciently water and gas tight to with- nection cannot come apart during use.
The old requirement of DIN 1986, 3.3 Pressure pipes of lifting installations shocks normally arise when the pumps Securings must be in keeping with
stand the arising operating pressures. The arising reaction forces must be
Part 1, Section 4, that pipelines must The pressure lines can consist of are switched off. These shocks can be a the installation instructions for PAM-
taken into account.
PAM-GLOBAL S pipes and shaped parts multiple of the pumping head. GLOBAL pipelines. The pipe clamps
2. DIN EN 877 Product Requirements with PAM-GLOBAL connectors and Float-closing back-pressure flaps with a should be directly mounted on the
REKORD claws up to DN 100. counterweight, as offered by suppliers wall or in the ceiling or, in the event of
The requirements expected of system For pipes up to DN 200 inside build- Consequently the pressure under
PAM-GLOBAL GRIP connectors, DN 50- of lifting installations, are recommend- major spacings, fitted on corresponding
tightness are specified in the product ings the test requirements are 5 bar, which the connector can be used with
400, can be used as an alternative. The ed to reduce the pressure shocks. rails or consoles. The threaded connec-
standards. Standard DIN EN 877 but this does not automatically infer friction-locked longitudinal adhesion
maximum pressure in both cases is Moreover, compensators must be tion of the pipe clamp must be M16.
applies to PAM-GLOBAL Pipes which that all connectors can be used for is important for the given part or
10 bar. The reason for the use of connec- installed to prevent the transmission
stipulates the requirements expected pressures up to 5 bar. This is due to the which measures must be applied for
tors up to 10 bar is the fact that pressure of vibrations of the lifting installation
of tightness. These requirements are fact that the tests are conducted in a strain relief, for instance, securing,
to the pressure lines.
much higher than the former 0.5 bar. clamped state, i.e. strain-relieved. claws, abutment, etc.

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PAM-GLOBAL S Processing Technical Specification
PAM-SMU S
PAM-ENSIGN S
Simple installation with French Example
the greatest accuracy
DTU 60.2 NF P 41-220
Cast-iron pipework. The following extracts clarify certain technical aspects
Discharge of sewage, rainwater essential to both regulators and users. Comments and
and waste-water. references to certain sections of the technical specifica-
Important extracts from the Technical Specification tions provide any necessary additional information.

PAM-GLOBAL pipes up to DN 300 are


supplied in 3 m lengths and a cut to
size by the user. The pipe cutter from 3-21 3-22
Ridgid (see above) or Virax ensure fast, 3-2 Assembly by elastomer joints Assembly by "packed" or "cast" joint
neat and rectangular cut-off. "Conventional elastomer joints are "Assemblies are constructed using
Construction of assemblies
Angle grinders with cut-off wheel are deemed to include the following: mastic, molten lead or cement mortar,
not advisable for cast iron. If, at all, a) UU ring seal assemblies after caulking with tarred cord, lead
they should only be used in connection b)JC joint assemblies." wool.
with cutting-off devices which main-
tains a secure hold of the pipe that is Note:
to be cut off and which guarantees a SMU RAPID joints for non-interlock-
rectangular cut. ing pipes and connections - UU -,
Other cut-off devices include electrical tee a neat cut. It is essential that the (a) consisting of an elastomer joint and
belt saws with clamping device or cut is always at a right angle to the stainless steel clamp,
power hacksaws which allow the pipe pipe axis.
to be clamped in a console to guaran- (b) for interlocking pipes and
connections EU are considered as
Please note: Cutting wheels and saw blades must be regularly exchanged. conventional.

PAM-GLOBAL laying and installation 3-3


instructions Laying pipework
SAINT GOBAIN has drawn up laying and friction-locked longitudinal adhesion Pipes in the backwater zone 3-323 3-324 3-31
installation instructions to ensure the with pipelines subject to pressure. Rainwater pipes Embedded or wrapped pipework Floor or wall crossings Mechanical stresses
correct installation of PAM-GLOBAL Friction-locked longitudinal adhesion Dirty-water pipes which pass through "Wrapping or embedding of part of the "A floor or wall crossing is deemed to "Over and above 0.2 bar, inspection
pipes. Care must be taken for due obser- must be ensured when water drain several basement levels without any pipework system, comprising one or include any part of the pipework that plugs, inspection T-sections, bungs, etc.
vation of the installation instructions, pipes are subject to pressures in excess additional draining points more assemblies, can be constructed is inaccessible over a length of less should be stopped with a removable
the instructions for laying PAM-GLOBAL of 0.5 bar, for instance with: Pressure pipes for waste-water lift- with elastomer joint assemblies; than 1 metre." device or special parts so that there is
pipes underground and for ensuring ing installations "packed" or "cast" joints are not permit- "Assemblies by "packed" or "cast" no risk of stresses exerted due to bot-
ted. joints are not permitted in crossings; tom effects in the vent of obstruction
elastomer joints are admissible." of the pipework causing detachment
The required friction-locked longitudinal It is also necessary to observe the instal- of joints. The stop should allow for a
adhesion with PAM-GLOBAL pipes and lation instructions for WC connections as certain amount of play."
shaped parts is achieved with the PAM- well as the rules relating to securing Note: Note: Note:
GLOBAL REKORD claw or CV claw. PAM-GLOBAL pipelines. SMU high-speed joints may be The simplicity of implementation Grip clamps and anchor joints also
embedded or wrapped. of SMU high-speed joints and joints offer solutions that are ideally suited
ensures high performance and relia- to absorbing exceptional stresses.
bility of assemblies located in cross-
ings.

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PAM-GLOBAL S Technical Specification Technical Specification
PAM-SMU S

NF EN 877 NF EN 877 European standard (continuation)

Cast iron pipes and fittings, their joints and Product marking the manufacturer's name or mark the reference to this standard
Concerned Ranges: the identification of the the DN, or several DN where applicable
accessories for the evacuation of water from PAM-GLOBAL S and PAM-GLOBAL Plus: DN 40 to 600 The marking shall be checked by production site the design angle of fittings
buildings Requirements, test methods and Rainwater range: DN 75 to 150 visual inspection to ensure the the period of manufacture, the identification of the accredited
quality assurance following conformance: coded or not third party, where applicable
Some main stages

This European standard applies to cast and tolerances, mechanical properties,


iron pipeline components used for the appearance, standard fittings for cast Water tightness
Area of use Scope
construction of discharge systems for iron pipes, fittings and accessories. Water tightness of joints-performance requirements
buildings and of drains, normally as lt also indicates performance require-
gravity systems. ments for all components, including Test condition Hydrostatic test pressure in bar
DN 40 to 200 DN 250 to 600
This standard specifies the require- joints.
internal external internal external
ments for the materials, dimensions
Aligned 0 to 5 0 to 5 0 to 3 0 to 0,5

Discharge system for buildings: system Drain: system of pipes, fittings, acces- Deflected* 0 to 5 0 to 3

Definitions of pipes, fittings, accessories and joints sories and joints installed outside the Subject to 0 to 1 0 to 1
used to collect and drain waste water limits of a building in order to connect
Note: 1 bar = 100 kPa = 0.1 MPa *3 for DN <200; 145 for DN > 200
and rainwater from a building; it com- the discharge system of this building
prises discharge pipes, stack ventilation to a soil and drain or a septic tank.
and rainwater pipes, installed within In the lack of European harmonisation, the regulations in force on the site of the
the limits of a building or attached to Soil and drain: system of pipes product performances that are in confor- installation, by particularly taking criteria
the building. designed to collect waste water and mity with the present standard must be of performance and possible classificati-
rainwater from buildings and surface evaluated in comparison with national ons into account.
water and to convey them to the point
of disposal or treatment.

Cast iron pipe systems due to their reduction benefits when evacuating
Pipes:
Noise protection high mass per unit area of their pipe waste water within buildings. As a rule
Dimensions External diameter (DE) walls as well as the joint design char- additional protection is therefore nor
(See the notes F of the Standard)
acteristics provide considerable noise required.
DN Nominal value Tolerance
+2
100 110
-1
200 210
+2.5
-2.5
Cast iron products in accordance with remain impervious to flames and gases
Angles of fittings:
Safety in case of fire the European standard are non-flam- and there will be no fracture, collapse
Bends: 15 22 30 45 68 88
mable and non-combustible. When or significant defor- mation. The
Branches: 45 68 88 (See the notes F of the Standard)
exposed to fire they will maintain their integrity of connections through walls
functional characteristics and integrity and ceiling is maintained.
Coatings for several hours i.e. their walls will
Pipes and fittings:
Above and below ground: Below ground only:
Internal fitting: resistance to salt spray: /350 h External fitting
chemical resistance: from pH 2 to pH 12 of pipes: the mean mass of zinc per unit area
resistance to temperature cycling: shall be not less than 130 g/m2
1500 cycles between 15 C to 93 C

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Domestic waste Aggressive waste


Domestic effluent, sewage (E.U.), treatment
atment works
works
or damage
or damage to the
to the
said Aggressive waste is characterised In general, such waste should, prior to
General waste-water (E.V.) and rainwater (E.P.) structures
said structures
or hindrance
or hindrance
to their
to their
opera- General by its content in: acids, bases, salts, disposal in the public systems, under-
are generated by normal occupancy of tion. This prohibition
operation. This prohibition
relatesrelates
in parti-
in alcohol, solvents, hydrocarbons, go pre-treatment using settling tanks,
residential premises and suchlike. cular to the
particular todischarge
the discharge
of hydrocar-
of hydro- detergents, fats, solid matter, and separators, neutralising tanks, etc.
According to article 29.2 of the typical bons, acids,
carbons, acids,
cyanides,
cyanides,
sulphides,
sulphides,
radio- (also) by their temperature. It is imperative to consult the various
Departmental Health and Hygiene active products,
radioactive products,
etc.."etc.." regulations governing aggressive
Regulations "it is prohibited to intro- waste.
"Effluent deriving from any professio-
duce any solid, liquid or gaseous mat-
nal activity conducted inside residen-
ter into public works, directly or via
tial premises of a quality other than
pipework in buildings, likely to be the
that of domestic waste must be trea-
treat-
direct or indirect cause of either risk
tedby
ed byspecial
specialprocessing
processingprocedures."
procedures."
to personnel operating disposal or tre-

According to article 42-1 of the typical outside atmosphere, via waste and
Design of disposal works Departmental Health and Hygiene domestic water pipework and down- Scope of application of PAM-SMU Plus range:
Regulations "there must be no ob- comers on buildings especially where Aggressive waste (communal kitchens, hospitals, clinics, laboratories, industry, etc.)
stacle to the circulation of air between connection requires the installation
public drains or the waste and dome- of a lifting station". 1. Overground systems and 2. Systems incorporated 3. Buried pipework
stic water treatment system and the underfloor voids in concrete systems
The PAM-SMU Plus range is not Pipe sections should not come into The PAM-SMU Plus range is specified
designed for the conveyance of contact with metal reinforcing bars. for (= external diameter
"process" fluids but for the discharge 110 mm) and installed :
of aggressive waste to and from pre-
treatment systems. with bends and corner connectors
of 68 or less
Interior fittings in PAM-SMU S pipes meet the Prior to installation, it is essential
Resistance properties performance requirements laid down in French standard NF EN 877: to confirm full compatibility of the
Installation of the SMU Plus range
of PAM-SMU S waste for disposal with the fittings
resistance to hot water: 24 h at 95 C saline mist stability: better than 350 h for a buried system is permitted in
on the PAM-SMU Plus range.
internal fittings resistance to heat cycles: 1500 cycles resistance to waste water: 30 days or accordance with the conditions set
between 15 C and 93 C greater out in volume 70:
resistance to chemical products for
2 < pH < 12 Admissible coverage depth: as deter-
mined by our technical and commercial
department based on the specific para-
meters of each site: ND, type of backfill,
type of compacting, etc.
External primer fittings on PAM-SMU S Cataphoresis fittings on joints are likely Please contact us with regard to this.

Resistance properties pipes meet the performance require- to lose brightness when subjected to
ments laid down in French standard prolonged exposure to ultraviolet rays. Live loads: domestic live loads
of PAM-SMU S corresponding to permanent vehicle
NF EN 877. The characteristics of the fitting
external fittings remain entirely unimpaired, however. traffic.

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PAM-SMU Plus

The resistance of PAM-SMU Plus to aggressive substances 1= internal pH


1
20 C
2 3 1
60 C
2 3 1
80 C
2 3
fittings
MINERAL ACIDS
Resistance is appreciated by taking ture, permanent average temperature, of fittings
Hydrochloric HCI 10 % 0,7
account of the totality of the physico- alternation of cold and hot discharge, and pipes
Resistance of the Hydrochloric HCI 5 % 1,0
chemical parameters that characterise possibility of rinsing of pipework. 2= elastomer
internal fittings Sulphuric H2S04 10 % 1,0
an effluent: volume of discharge; According to this information, our EPDM gasket Sulphuric H2S04 5 % 2,0
nature of the evacuated acids, bases technical sales department is in a Phosphoric H3P04 10 % 1,3
3= Nitril NBR
and solvents...; simultaneity of acids or position to give an opinion about Phosphoric H3P04 5 % 1,8
gasket
bases, maximum pinpoint tempera- the potential use of the range. Phosphoric H3P04 2.5 % 2,0
Nitric HNQ 3 10 % 2,0
Tables of chemical resistance The following tables enable to check a range of pinpoint temperature, ORGANIC ACIDS
the compatibility of the internal corresponding to a discharge of a Lactic 10 % 1,1
fittings and the gaskets of couplings few minutes Lactic 1-5 % 2,2
with effluents characterised by: In case of doubt or multiple discharge, Citric 5 % 2,0
please consult the technical sales Vinegar 30 % 2,9
only one aggressive product department. Vinegar 10 % 3,2
BASES
1= internal pH 20 C 60 C 80 C Soda NaOH 12,0
fittings 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 Soda NaOH 13,6
WATERS
of fittings Ammoniated NH3 12,1
and pipes Salt water NaCl 30 g/l 5,6 Potash 13,6
Demineralised water 6,6 Bleach 10 % 12,0
2= elastomer Waste water 6,9 Bleach 30 % 12,0
EPDM gasket Oxygenated water 18 v/L Bleach 10 % 12,5
3= Nitril NBR DETERGENTS
OTHER
gasket Washing-up 5,8 OiIs, vegetable and animal
Bubble bath 5 % 6,9
cleaning product 10 % 7,4
Phosphate free washing 7,7
Dish washing-up 5 % 9,0
resistant
Ammoniated efFluent 10 % 9,5
not resistant
Pure ammoniated effluent 10,0
without object
These tables are only indicative and WC pure drain clearer 11,8
non exhaustive. Drain clearer 10 %
For more information about specific DISINFECTANT

use, do not hesitate to contact our Type ,,SANYTOL" 5 % 3,1


technical sales department. SPOT REMOVING OXIDIZER Metal fitting with zinc: of complex salts, forming a passive
Type ,,ACE DELICAT" 5 % 4,2 Zinc fitting protects the cast iron pipes protection coat on the surface of the
PAM-SMU Plus pipes:
Type ,,BECKMANN"/5 l 9,3 by galvanic action. Thanks to its speci- pipe. On the pipes, zinc fitting repre-
Type ,,BLANCO"/5 l 10,3
resistance of external fittings
fic electrochemical properties, the sents a Iayer of adhesive and ductile
SALTS metallic zinc placed in a corrosive metal. In contrast to all the organic
KCI 3 % 4,2 surrounding protects in fact cast iron fittings, zinc endures high levels of
NaH2PO4 3 % 4,2 from any corrosion and prevents the impacts.
(N H4)2S04 6,7 local attacks due to the wound of the
SOLVENTS pipe surface. Zinc constitutes a form Anthracite grey acrylic primer,
Ethanol, methanol, glycol of cathodic protection in situ. In long complementary to zinc fitting
Xylene term, zinc changes into a stable layer
White Spirit
Oil, gas oils, oil mineral
Oils, Iubricating
Acetone
Cyclohexane
Aceton

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PAM-SMU S

Technical features of couplings Choice of couplings


Water tightness of networks Couplings will be selected
SMU RAPID Stainless steel SMU S Stainless steel PAM-GLOBAL PAM-GLOBAL according to:
SMU RAPID Unipam couplings RAPID S RAPID Inox
the height of water potential column
Stainless steel stainless steel
stainless steel stainless steel stainless steel stainless steel stainless steel the type of equipped network
ferrule ferritic
austenic austenic austenic austenic austenic
Nature 1.4510/1.4511 (rain, waste or soil water)
1.4310 (301) 1.4310 (301) 1.4301 (304) 1.4301 (304) (~430/Ti/-) 1.4571 (316 Ti)
EN 10027-2 (AISI)
Screw DN 40 to 150:1 DN 50 to 150:1 DN 100 to 150:2 DN 40 to 200:1 DN 40 to 200:1 Resistance refers to tightness only
Number DN 200 to 300:2 DN 200 to 300:2 2 DN 200 to 300:4 DN 250 to 300:2 system: rainwater through gravity systems: sewage and waste-water
Nature covered steel stainless steel stainless steel stainless steel covered steel stainless steel
(Dacromet...) class A2* class A2* class A2* class 8.8 (zinc/coated) class A4

DN 40 to 200:2 0m
Barrel DN 40 to 150:2 DN 50 to 150:2 DN 100 to 150:4 DN 40 to 200:2

SMU RAPID couplings


Number DN 200 to 300:4 DN 200 to 300:4 2 DN 200 to 300:8 DN 250 to 300:4

SMU RAPID couplings ND 50 to 300, SME JC couplings ND 50 to 150


stainless steel stainless steel

SME JC couplings to 150


Nature EN stainless steel stainless steel stainless steel ferritic/austenic

SMU RAPID couplings


covered steel class A2* 1.4301 (316) 1.4510/1.4511/1.4301 austenic
10027-2 (AISI) 1.4301 (316)
(~430/Ti/-) 1.4571 (316 Ti)
Tightening fully tightened fully tightened
12 Nm 12 Nm 50 Nm 20 Nm
torque -30 m
(to be checked
24h after EPDM EPDM or nitril EPDM or nitril EPDM
(NBR) (NBR)

SMU RAPID couplings


mounting)
Gasket or ... In conformity with the European standard: EN 681-1:1996
Performance
-50 m

SMU S couplings

SME coupling (not) for use within this range


Maximum deflec- DN 150 to 200:3
3 3 DN 250 to DN 100 to 150:4
tion by couplings DN 200 to 300:2
600:145

SMU S couplings
Maximum
Joint subject to a shear force at least DN in Newton,
misalignment
under an internal pressure of 1 bar
by couplings

Watertightness DN 100 to 200


to the hydrostatic In conformity with EN 877 10 bar 0.3 bar
and internal DN 250 to 300
pressure 0.2 bar
-100 m

ND 40 to 125

ND 150 to200

ND 50 to 150 SME
ND 250 to 600

Level in
metres
* according to EN SO 3506-1 Note: 1 bar = 100 kPa = 0,1 MPa = 1da N/cm2

Angular deflection Misalignment under internal Accidental water pressure of the network
pressure A pipework blocking can lead to pres- complementary devices (grip collar for 5 bar 250 < DN < 300: 3 bar.
sures higher than 0.2 bar. In these SMU RAPID couplings, stack support These performances are given for
circumstances, each canting will gene- pipe...) are necessary. The performan- conditions of implementation
rate an axial pressure on the pipework. ces of SMU RAPID couplings with grip (tightening torque, misalignment,
This pressure can lead to the dislocati- collars are the following one: deflection, ... ) in conformity with our
on of a coupling. In order to avoid this,
40 < DN < 125:10 bar 150 < DN <200: indications.
SMU S and SMU Plus cast iron pipework are perfectly imperceptible to the normal constraints undergone
by the building structure. Angular deflection and misalignment accepted by the SMU S and SMU Plus Remark:
pipework constitute a significant factor of use security and hygiene. By experiment and to take the risks of sites site and the stated/given performances DN 250 and 300 pipes, we recommend at
into account, we advise to maintain a safety above. As an example, if there is a signifi- least to equip SMU RAPID couplings
margin between the requirements of the cant risk of accidental water pressure on located on the dislocation of grip collars.

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PAM-SMU S

Accidental water pressure of the network Bolting and anchoring of pipework

Typical Departmental Healthy and Hygiene Regulations Bolting of


PAM-SMU RAPID
Protection against reflux of sewerage: inspection ports on the pipework at a DTU 60.2 (NF P41-220)
To prevent the reflux of sewerage in level below that of the road to which SMU Disposal systems for sewage,
couplings
cellars, basements and courtyards in the waste is discharged must normally waste water and rainwater can with-
the event of an exceptional rise in be blocked off with a leaktight plug stand an accidental loading corres-
Couplings with grip collars
their level up to that of the public road resistant to the said pressure. Property ponding to 2 metres water column
served, pipework in buildings that owners installing discharge apertures without any supplementary devices.
joins onto sewers, and in particular at a level below this critical level do
on this, are designed to withstand the so at their own risk.
corresponding pressure. Similarly, all

Building constraints in town centre let fear an accidental water pressure,


Particular case lead town planners to design buildings the study and the realisation of the
with large areas of noble rooms such drainage systems of these buildings
Horizontal collector as: offices, conference rooms, and labo- require a specific analysis.
with right angle ratories...
In the case of the presence of a water- In fact, the unexpected arrival of a Anchoring of pipework
way or saturation of public networks rising, just like generally speaking, Used for horizontal collectors, the an-
the ascribable blocking linked to the choring fittings support the hydraulic
presence of solid materials, is likely pushing efforts and avoid, for the
to involve a permanent accidental straight column of the installation, the
pressure of the drainage systems in use of grip collars for each junction.
the building, subjecting exceptional
mechanical pressures to the pipework. However, grip collars remain necessary
Stack support pipes
for each deviation.

Efforts of trust under 1 meter of water column, expressed in kg. F


DN 50 DN 75 DN 100 DN 125 DN 150 DN 200 DN 250 DN 300 DN 400 DN 500 DN 600
Expansion plug 2.1 4.6 8.5 13 18.5 32.2 55.4 78.7 135.5 209.8 301.4
2 45 bends 3 6.5 12 19.4 26.1 45.5 78.3 111.2 191.6 296.6 426.2
Downpipe 2.1 4.6 8.5 13 18.5 32.2 55.4 78.7 135.5 209.8 301.4
As an example: Used for downpipe, the
an expansive plug of end of DN 200 will undergo under 10 meters of water column a push of 320 kg, and a set of 2 elbows with 45 an effort of 455 kg
anchoring fitting:
According to the requirements specific roadway, technical provisions must be network rainwater: bolts the superior part of end of
to each site, such as, for instance, the taken in order to ensure an absolute up to the level of the roof downpipe
height difference between the current mechanical stability in the networks: network waste water: supports downpipe and allows to
of the collector and the level of the up to the first outlet remove whole or part of the effort
in the dividing walls. The support-ring
covered with elastomer is opposite to
Mechanical stability of lt is obtained by the installation grip collars the evacuation sounds transmission
horizontal networks and of additional devices: stack support pipe by the floor
thrustblock realised by the company
downpipe
and allows to be opposed to
exceptional efforts

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PAM-SMU S

German Example The chute pressure joint enables the tions of horizontal manifolds, the over-
PAM-SMU S chute and manifold to be connected all dimensions of the pipework are
Securing minimising the distance between the substantially reduced, maintaining
DN 100 45 Chute base
flow in the manifold and the undersur- the same run-off gradient coefficient.
Securing PAM-GLOBAL S lines For buildings with up to 5 floors and a Pressurized PAM-GLOBAL Pipelines pressure joints face of the slab. In the case of long sec- Maximum slab thickness = 250 mm.
pipe diameter of DN 100 the downpipes Waste-water pipes without longitudinal
Basic rules: The securing devices should must be secured by a downpipe support frictional connections that are subject to
be spaced as uniformly as possible. Spac- above the cellar ceiling so that it is safe- internal pressure loads must be secured
ing lengths of 2 m should not be exceed- guarded against subsidence. Further- against being pressed apart or pushed
ed. Pipes of 2 to 3 m length should be more, a downpipe support must be in- out of axial alignment. The required lon-
secured at two points. Shorter pipe corporated in every further 5th floor. gitudinal frictional connection can be
lengths should be secured once or twice, achieved with PAM-GLOBAL Claws.
The pipeline illustrated here indicates
depending on the diameter (or pipe Please refer to the corresponding pages
the elementary securing rules. The sub- 150 mm 320 mm
weight). The securing devices must be for application instructions.
sequent pages illustrates the principal
uniformly spaced in relation to the
securing methods as well as the pipe
connecting points. The distance on either PAM-GLOBAL S Downpipe
clamps and accessories of the Pipe with clamping wall flange
side of each connection should not be
Securing System available from us for
longer than 0.75 m.
PAM-GLOBAL pipelines. The System is
Horizontal lines must be adequately available in 3 series to match different The process utilising CEBTP single Chute connections are as follows:
secured at all points where the direction load levels. Single chute pressure joint chute pressure joints enables the WC : direct WC connection made
changes and at all branches. Suspended (CEBTP Licence) disposal of waste water from baths of elastomer
Pipe clamps
lines must be secured at particularly firm in a single fall, except for rainwater, Other waste discharges:
For PAM-GLOBAL Pipes DN 50 to 150 we Technical Report 15/87-111
points every 10 to 15 m so that the line is without the need for secondary venti- PAM-GLOBAL S DN 100 elastomer
recommended Series 5 Pipe Clamps with
protected against any displacement. This lation as provided for in article 2.202 plugs:
M12 thread connections, and possibly also
achieves perfect lateral stability and of Standard NF P 41-201. 2 apertures for pipe taps
M8 for up to DN 100. Rain-water pipes
ensures that other mounted assemblies 32 to 40 mm. Ref. MU 10 F4A
and waste water that is under pressure
cannot displace the pipe from the 3 apertures for pipe taps:
should be secured with Series 6 and 7
envisaged direction. Each single chute pressure joint can 32 to 54 mm to enable the connec-
Pipe Clamps with M16 threaded rods.
serve the following as a maximum tion of 2 pipes of 50 mm serving all
Downpipes must likewise be secured at a
PAM-GLOBAL Downpipe Supports must on each level: 2 EC, 2 baths and a given sanitary appliances other than WCs
spacing of no more than 2 m at a floor
be secured with the corresponding sup- number of other standard sanitary for 2 apartments.
height of 2.50 mm, i.e. twice per floor,
ports and finished consoles. appliances. Ref. MU 10 F5A
including once in the immediately vicinity
of a branch that may be integrated in the
line.

Proper operation of the single chute


pressure joint has been tested on the
basis of the following simultaneity
Downpipe support assumptions:
Type of appliance 10 floors 20 floors

WC 2 2

Wash-hand basins 2 3

Bath-tubs 5 8

Pipe route: side plan view

Pipe route: top plan view


All dimensions in mm

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PAM-SMU PLUS
Connections
Old cast iron / Current range in cast iron Connections
Existing networks New networks SME ranges
Elastomer plugs 1 or 2 inlets for the The 3 inlets plug for the DN 100
DE dn DN DE Joining components Universal plugs PAM-SMU S ranges DN 50, 75 and PAM-SMU S ranges does not need
64 54 75 83 Stepping ring MU 07 J3A 100 are installed with stainless steel stainless steel collar, except in the
+ SMU RAPID coupling MU 07 J4A collar that is provided. event of significant misalignment
77 67 75 83 Stepping ring MU 07 J2A of the inlets. No stainless steel collar
+ SMU RAPID coupling MU 07 J4A 5 provided.
91 81 75 83 Flexible fitting CY 07 MOLD
These rings are only used with the
91 81 100 110 Stepping ring MU 09 J3A
Stepping rings PAM-SMU RAPID couplings. They are
+ SMU RAPID coupling MU 10 J4A
installed on the end of PVC, polyethy-
104 94 100 110 Flexible coupling CY 10 MOLD
lene and stainless steel pipes and put
118 108 100 110 Flexible coupling CY 10 MOHA
their external diameter at the level of
145 135 150 135 Flexible coupling CY 12 MOCF
SMU pipes diameters. No lubricant is
145 135 125 160 Flexible fitting CY 15 MOLD
necessary.
172 162 150 160 Flexible fitting CY 15 MOEG
172 162 200 210 Flexible fitting CY 20 MOLJ
197 189 200 210 Flexible fitting CY 20 MOBJ
226 216 200 210 Flexible fitting CY 20 MOGJ
Other adapting components
Other materials / Current range in cast iron
Flexible couplings:
Existing networks Cast iron networks SMU range Cast iron networks Mini external diameter Maxi external diameter
References DN
DE Mat DN DE Joining components DN DE SMU to connect to connect
32 PVC/PE 50 58 Universal plug MU 05 F4A 50 58 CY 07 MOLD 75 75 90
75 83 Universal plug MU 07 F4A 75 83 CY 10 MOLE 100 100 115
CY 10 MOAH 100 110 121
100 110 Universal plug MU 10 F4A or MU 10 F4A 100 110
CY 12 MOCF 125 130 150
40 PVC/PE 50 58 Universal plug MU 05 F4A 50 58
CY 15 MOEG 150 150 175
75 83 Universal plug MU 07 F4A 75 83
CY 20 MOGJ 200 200 225
100 110 Universal plug MU 10 F4A or MU 10 F4A 100 110
50 PVC/PE 50 58 Stepping ring MU 05 J2A 50 58
+ SMU RAPID coupling MU 05 J4A
Flexible couplings + stepping ring
75 83 Universal plug MU 07 F4A 75 83 References DN Mini external diameter Maxi external diameter
Universal plug MU 10 F4A SMU to connect to connect
100 110 100 110
63 PE 75 83 Stepping ring MU 07 J3A CY 20 MOBJ 200 192 201
+ SMU RAPID coupling MU 07 J4A
75 PVC/PE 75 83 Stepping ring MU 07 J2A
+ SMU RAPID coupling MU 04 J4A
90 PVC/PE 100 110 Stepping ring MU 09 J3A
+ SMU RAPID coupling MU 10 J4A Flexible fittings
100 PVC 100 110 Stepping ring MU 10 J2A References DN Mini external diameter Maxi external diameter
+ SMU RAPID coupling MU 10 J4A SMU to connect to connect
110 PVC/PE 100 110 SMU RAPID coupling MU 10 J4A CY 15 MOLG 150 130 145
125 PVC/PE 125 135 Stepping ring MU 12 J2A CY 20 MOLJ 200 170 193
+ SMU RAPID coupling MU 12 J4A
160 PVC/PE 150 160 SMU RAPID coupling MU 15 J4A Nature of stainless steel collars and Maximal accidental pressure:
200 PVC/PE 200 210 Stepping ring MU 20 J2A screws: stainless steel A.l.S.l. 304 flexible coupling; 1.5 bar
+ SMU RAPID coupling MU 20 J4A Nature of the elastomer: EPDM fitting: 0.6 bar
250 PVC/PE 250 274 Stepping ring MU 25 J2A
+ SMU RAPID coupling MU 25 J4A

For the cast iron materials, the DN correspond to the internal diameter
For the synthetic materials, the DN correspond to the external diameter For the synthetic materials, the DN correspond to the external diameter

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PAM-SMU S of PAM-GLOBAL S pipes Made of cast iron according to DIN EN 877 and DIN 19522 Filling level 50 % (h/d=0.5)

PAM-SMU Plus DN 70
di = 71
DN 75
di = 75
DN 100
di = 103
DN 125
di = 127
DN 150
di = 152
DN 200
di = 200
DN 250
di = 263
DN 300
di = 314
J Q v Q v Q v Q v Q v Q v Q v Q v
The resistance of short pipes with cm/m l/s m/s l/s m/s l/s m/s l/s m/s l/s m/s l/s m/s l/s m/s l/s m/s
access door to the accidental 0.5 0.8 0,4 0.9 0.4 2.1 0.5 3.7 0.6 6.0 0.7 12.5 0.8 25.8 1.0 41.3 1.1
PAM-SMU S and 0.6 0.9 0,4 1.0 0.4 2.3 0.6 4.1 0.6 6.6 0.7 13.7 0.9 28.3 1.0 45.3 1.2
pressure is:
PAM-SMU P l u s 0.7 0.9 0,5 1.1 0.5 2.5 0.6 4.4 0.7 7.1 0.8 14.8 0.9 30.6 1.1 48.9 1.3
5 bar maximum for the DN 50 to 200
short pipes with 3 bar maximum for the DN 250 and 300
0.8 1.0 0,5 1.1 0.5 2.7 0.6 4.7 0.7 7.6 0.8 15.8 1.0 32.7 1.2 52.3 1.4
0.9 11 0,5 1.2 0.6 2.9 0.7 5.0 0.8 8.1 0.9 16.8 1.1 34.7 1.3 55.5 1.4
access door 1.0 1.1 0,6 1.3 0.6 3.0 0.7 5.3 0.8 8.5 0.9 17.7 1.1 36.6 1.3 58.5 1.5
1.1 1.2 0,6 1.4 0.6 3.2 0.8 5.5 0.9 8.9 1.0 18.6 1.2 38.4 1.4 61.4 1.6
1.2 1.2 0,6 1.4 0.6 3.3 0.8 5.8 0.9 9.4 1.0 19.4 1.2 40.1 1.5 64.2 1.7
The resistance of the expansion plug Expansion plug resistance to end 1.3 1.3 0,6 1.5 0.7 3.4 0.8 6.0 1.0 9.7 1.1 20.2 1.3 41.8 1.5 66.8 1.7
to an accidental pressure is 0.2 bar thrust bolted like this is: 1.4 1.3 0,7 1.5 0.7 3.6 0.9 6.3 1.0 10.1 1.1 21.0 1.3 43.4 1.6 69.3 1.8
PAM-SMU S and 1.5 1.4 0,7 1.6 0.7 3.7 0.9 6.5 1.0 10.5 1.2 21.7 1.4 44.9 1.7 71.8 1.9
without any additional devices.
PAM-SMU Plus 1.6 1.4 0,7 1.6 0.7 3.8 0.9 6.7 1.1 10.8 1.2 22.4 1.4 46.4 1.7 74.1 1.9
If it is necessary, the bolting of this 5 bar maximum for the DN 50 to 200 1.7 1.5 0,7 1.7 0.8 3.9 0.9 6.9 1.1 11.1 1.2 23.1 1.5 47.8 1.8 76.4 2.0
expansion plugs plug is realised by a specific grip 3 bar maximum for the DN 250 and 1.8 1.5 0,8 1.7 0.8 4.1 1.0 7.1 1.1 11.5 1.3 23.8 1.5 49.2 1.8 78.7 2.0
collar. 300 1.9 1.5 0,8 1.8 0.8 4.2 1.0 7.3 1.2 11.8 1.3 24.5 1.6 50.6 1.9 80.8 2.1
2.0 1.6 0,8 1.8 0.8 4.3 1.0 7.5 1.2 12.1 1.3 25.1 1.6 51.9 1.9 82.9 2.1
2.5 1.8 0,9 2.0 0.9 4.8 1.2 8.4 1.3 13.5 1.5 28.1 1.8 58.0 2.1 92.8 2.4
3.0 1.9 1,0 2.2 1.0 5.3 1.3 9.2 1.5 14.8 1.6 30.8 2.0 63.6 2.3 101.7 2.6
Filling level 70 % (h/d=0.7)
Weights of DN DN 70 DN 75 DN 100 DN 125 DN 150 DN 200 DN 250 DN 300
PAM-SMU S pipes SMU S 40 50 75 100 125 150 200 250 300 400 500 600 di = 71 di = 75 di = 103 di = 127 di = 152 di = 200 di = 263 di = 314
Empty pipe 8.9 12.5 18.2 24.3 34.3 40.9 67.4 97.3 126.8 177.7 244.9 321.9 J Q v Q v Q v Q v Q v Q v Q v Q v
(L=3m) in kg cm/m l/s m/s l/s m/s l/s m/s l/s m/s l/s m/s l/s m/s l/s m/s l/s m/s
Full pipe 12.7 18.4 31.5 47.9 71.1 93.9 161.6 244.6 338.9 554.7 833.9 1170.1
0.5 1.3 0.4 1.5 0.5 3.6 0.6 6.2 0.7 10.1 0.7 20.8 0.9 43.1 1.1 68,9 1.2
0.6 1.4 0.5 1.7 0.5 3.9 0.6 6.8 0.7 11.0 0.8 22.9 1.0 47.2 1.2 75,5 1.3
0.7 1.6 0.5 1.8 0.5 4.2 0.7 7.4 0.8 11.9 0.9 24.7 1.1 51.1 1.3 81,6 1.4
0.8 1.7 0.6 1.9 0.6 4.5 0.7 7.9 0.8 12.7 0.9 26.4 1.1 54.6 1.3 87.3 1.5
0.9 1.8 0.6 2.1 0.6 4.8 0.8 8.4 0.9 13.5 1.0 28.1 1.2 58.0 1.4 92.6 1.6
Developed surface of SMU S 50 75 100 125 150 200 250 300 400 500 600 1.0 1.9 0.6 2.2 0.7 5.1 0.8 8.8 0.9 14.3 1.1 29.6 1.3 61.1 1.5 97.6 1.7
PAM-SMU S pipes Full pipe 0.18 0.26 0.35 0.42 0.50 0.66 0.86 1.02 1.34 1.67 1.99 1.1 2.0 0.7 2.3 0.7 5.3 0.9 9.3 1.0 15.0 1.1 31.0 1.3 64.1 1.6 102.4 1.8
1.2 2.0 0.7 2.4 0.7 5.5 0.9 9.7 1.0 15.6 1.2 32.4 1.4 67.0 1.6 107.0 1.8
(in m2/linear meter of pipe) 1.3 2.1 0.7 2.5 0.7 5.8 0.9 10.1 1.1 16.3 1.2 33.8 1.4 69.7 1.7 111.4 1.9
1.4 2.2 0.7 2.6 0.8 6.0 1.0 10.5 1.1 16.9 1.2 35.0 1.5 72.4 1.8 115.6 2.0
1.5 2.3 0.8 2.7 0.8 6.2 1.0 10.9 1.1 17.5 1.3 36.3 1.5 74.9 1.8 119.7 2.1
1.6 2.4 0.8 2.7 0.8 6.4 1.0 11.2 1.2 18.1 1.3 37.5 1.6 77.4 1.9 123.7 2.1
density of the painting in jar: 1.2 kg/l References SMU weight 1.7 2.4 0.8 2.8 0.9 6.6 1.1 11.6 1.2 18.6 1.4 38.6 1.6 79.8 2.0 127.5 2.2
Rot repair paint superficial and theoretical efficiency: 1.8 2.5 0.8 2.9 0.9 6.8 1.1 11.9 1.3 19.2 1.4 39.8 1.7 82.1 2.0 131.2 2.3
4.4 m2/l to obtain a film of 1.9 2.6 0.9 3.0 0.9 7.0 1.1 12.2 1.3 19.7 1.5 40.9 1.7 84.4 2.1 134.8 2.3
of PAM-SMU S MU 01 PPTB 0.80
2.0 2.7 0.9 3.1 0.9 7.2 1.2 12.5 1.3 20.2 1.5 41.9 1.8 86.6 2.1 138.3 2.4
100 microns. MU 05 PPTB 5.00
2.5 3.0 1.0 3.4 1.0 8.0 1.3 14.0 1.5 22.6 1.7 46.9 2.0 96.9 2.4 154.7 2.7
3.0 3.3 1.1 38 1.1 8.8 1.4 15.4 1.6 24.8 1.8 51.4 2.2 106.1 2.6 169.6 2.9

Filling level 100 % (h/d=1.0)


DN 70 DN 75 DN 100 DN 125 DN 150 DN 200 DN 250 DN 300
lt is recommended to use a painting di = 71 di = 75 di = 103 di = 127 di = 152 di = 200 di = 263 di = 314
Finishing paint of ,,alkyd" or glycerophtalic" type J Q v Q v Q v Q v Q v Q v Q v Q v
cm/m l/s m/s l/s m/s l/s m/s l/s m/s l/s m/s l/s m/s l/s m/s l/s m/s
of PAM-SMU S 0.5 1.6 0.4 1.8 0.4 4.2 0.5 7.4 0.6 12.0 0.7 24.9 0.8 516 1.0 82.6 1.1
0.6 1.7 0.4 2.0 0.4 4.7 0.6 8.2 0.6 13.2 0.7 27.4 0.9 56.6 1.0 90.5 1.2
Condensation appears when the and design department, after taking 0.7 1.9 0.5 2.1 0.5 5.0 0.6 8.8 0.7 14.2 0.8 29.6 0.9 61.2 1.1 97.8 1.3
temperature of the evacuation pipes specificity the building site into 0.8 2.0 0.5 2.3 0.5 5.4 0.6 9.4 0.7 15.2 0.8 31.6 1.0 65.4 1.2 104.6 1.4
Notions of condensation 0.9 2.1 0.5 2.4 0.6 5.7 0.7 10.0 0.8 16.2 0.9 33.6 1.1 69.4 1.3 111.0 1.4
walls any nature is lower than the account.
on draining pipework 1.0 2.2 0.6 2.6 0.6 6.0 0.7 10.6 0.8 17.1 0.9 35.4 1.1 73.2 1.3 117.1 1.5
dewpoint. This happens when molten According to the anticipated results 1.1 2.3 0.6 2.7 0.6 6.3 0.8 11.1 0.9 17.9 1.0 37.1 1.2 76.8 1.4 122.8 1.6
snow or cold rain runs out in pipes and the requirements as regards fire 1.2 2.4 0.6 2.8 0.6 6.6 0.8 11.6 0.9 18.7 1.0 38.8 1.2 80.3 1.5 128.3 1.7
crossing a surrounding with strong protection of building, solutions such 1.3 2.5 0.6 2.9 0.7 6.9 0.8 12.1 1.0 19.5 1.1 40.4 1.3 83.6 1.5 133.6 1.7
1.4 2.6 0.7 3.1 0.7 7.2 0.9 12.5 1.0 20.2 1.1 41.9 1.3 86.7 1.6 138.7 1.8
hygrometry. The possible regulation as: mineral wool, anti-condensation
1.5 2.7 0.7 3.2 0.7 7.4 0.9 13.0 1.0 20.9 1.2 43.4 1.4 89.8 1.7 143.6 1.9
of preventive solutions falls within painting or finally, insulating strip can 1.6 2.8 0.7 3.3 0.7 7.7 0.9 13.4 1.1 21.6 1.2 44.9 1.4 92.8 1.7 148.3 1.9
the competence of the engineering be considered. 1.7 2.9 0.7 3.4 0.8 7.9 0.9 13.8 1.1 22.3 1.2 46.3 1.5 95.6 1.8 152.9 2.0
1.8 3.0 0.8 3.5 0.8 8.1 1.0 14.2 1.1 22.9 1.3 47.6 1.5 98.4 1.8 157.3 2.0
1.9 3.1 0.8 3.6 0.8 8.3 1.0 14.6 1.2 23.6 1.3 48.9 1.6 101.1 1.9 161.7 2.1
2.0 3.2 0.8 3.7 0.8 8.6 1.0 15.0 1.2 24.2 1.3 50.2 1.6 103.8 1.9 165.9 2.1
2.5 3.5 0.9 4.1 0.9 9.6 1.2 16.8 1.3 27.1 1.5 56.2 1.8 116.1 2.1 185.6 2.4
30 3.9 1.0 4.5 1.0 10.5 1.3 18.4 1.5 29.7 1.6 61.6 2.0 127.2 2.3 203.3 2.6
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SAINT GOBAIN Cast Iron Soil and Drain Pipelines Worldwide


Grand Hotel Mercure, Sao Paulo
Architects: Setin Empreend Imobiliaros Ltda.

Europe Eastern Europe
Belgium Military Hospital, Brussels Bosnia Astra Hotel, Sarajevo
Cyprus New Famagusta Hospital Bulgaria Sofia Airport Building
Denmark Mariott Hotel, Copenhagen Croatia Research Institute, Pliva
Finland Nokia Office Center, Helsinki Czech Republic Four Seasons Hotel, Prague
France Stade de France, Paris Estonia Raddison SAS Hotel, Talin
Germany World Exhibition Center, Hannover Hungary Parliament Building, Budapest
Great Britain Kings Cross House, London Kazakhstan Intercontinal Hotel, Almata
Greece 2004 Olympics Broadcasting Center Latvia National Park, Riga
Ireland Dublin Castle Renovation Lithuania President Residence, Vilnius
Iceland Smardlind Shopping Center Macedonia Academy of Science and Art, Skopje
Italy Mont-Blanc Tunnel, Courmayeur Moldavia Chisinau Airport Building
Luxembourg General Bank of Luxembourg Poland Daewo Center, Warshaw Colombo, Commercial Centre, Lisbon, Portugal
Architects: Jose Manuel Quintela da Fonseca Edificio Plaza Centenario, Sao Paulo
Malta Stock Exchange, Valetta Romania Sofitel Hotel, Bucharest
Architects: Centenario
Netherlands Tramway Tunnel, The Hague Russia Gazpron Tower, Moscow
Norway Oslo Central Station Slovenia Brigde over Triska Bistrica, Ljubljana
Portugal Expo 1998 Building, Lisboa Turkmenistan Justice Ministry, Ashgabat
Spain Olympic Village, Barcelona Ukraine Reko Hotel, Kiev
Sweden Stockholm Sky City Uzbekistan Cigarettes Factory Building BAT

Africa Middle East


Algeria Finance Ministry, Algiers Jordan Queen Alia Hospital
Egypt National Telecom Building, Cairo Kuwait Meridien Hotel Shanghai Pudong, Airport, China
Marocco Hassan II Mosque, Casablanca Lebanon Mwenpick Hotel Architects: ADP-ECADI
Niger Gawage Hotel, Niamey Oman Hilton Hotel, Salalaah
Nigeria New Airport, Lagos Qatar Intercontinental Hotel, Doha
South Africa Constitutional Court, Johannesburgh Saudi Arabia Palace Conference Center, Ryadh
Tchad Five Star Hotel, N'Djamena Syria Damas University
Tunisia Sheraton Hotel, Hammamet Turkey Sheraton Hotel, Ankara
United Arab Emirates Bur Juman Center, Dubai
Pakistan Karachi Airport Terminal

Edificio United Building, Sao Paulo


Architects: JHS

Asia America Stade de France, Paris, France


China Jin Mao Tower, Shangai Argentina Newspaper Diario de La Nacion Architects: Macari Zublena, Regembal
Hong-Kong Conference and Exhibition Center Brasil Copacabana Palace Hotel, Rio and Constantini
Indonesia Balikpapan Airport Mexico French Embassy
Macau Macau Museum Paraguay Hotel Ascencion
Philippines Pacific Plaza Tower Venezuela Caracas Metro
Singapore Esplanade Theatre
Sri Lanka Kelanitissa Cycle Power Plant Australia 2000 Olympic Stadium, Sydney
Taiwan Der-Shing Baseball Stadium
Vietnam Hanoi Opera Hilton Hotel New Zealand Ascot Integrated Hospital, Auckland

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Syphonic Cast Iron Rainwater Drainage System
lated volume of rainwater has been
HDE High-Capacity Roof reached.
Drainage System Description
With the EPAMS system, an air screen
The EPAMS HDE high-capacity is placed in the body of the outlet,
pressure-flow roof drainage system which is sealed at the top. This pre-
was developed approximately 30 years vents air from flowing (air cone build-
ago in Scandinavia. It is mainly used for up) into the pipes when the calculated
draining roofs with large surface areas, rain volume has been reached.
such as factories, storage facilities,
shopping centres, as well as buildings The applicable regulation for the calcu-
used for sport, leisure, transportation lation of pipe sections for rainwater
and administration. The EPAMS HDE drainage is DIN EN 12056, DIN 1986, +
system is a technically mature develop- 100. However, the pressure-flow
ment in roof drainage. It complies with method as a possibility for roof
the new VDI 3806 directive. drainage is merely mentioned here.
Meanwhile, pressure-flow roof Further details on the design and con-
drainage systems, laid within the PAM- struction of such drainage systems are
GLOBAL S pipe system, are being used Conventional System not provided. This is why the VDI
by thousands in Germany. Gesellschaft Technische Gebudeaus-
rstung compiled the VDI 3806 direc-
The EPAMS HDE roof drainage system In contrast to open channel drainage tive, which has universal validity. This
has been taken into account by Part 1 (according to DIN EN 12056, DIN 1986, + directive sets out guidelines for plan-
since 1988 and Part 2 since 1995. 100), pressure-flow roof drainage pipes ning, calculation and construction,
In traditional rain drainage systems, systematically operate at the designed while the corresponding system com-
after the rain falls to the roof, it flows rain yield factor. When the pipe system ponents of individual manufacturers
to the roof outlet or gutter via partial- has reached maximum capacity, the have fundamental distinctions with
ly-filled drainage pipes. geodetic pressure head between the regards to assembly and mounting
roof outlet and the transition pipe is directives.
Inside buildings, the maximum fill fac- used in open channel drainage in order
tor in rain water pipes is 0.7 (h/d = 0.7) to overcome flow loss. This is why
according to DIN EN 12056, DIN 1986, + smaller dimensions are required than
100. This fill factor means that tradi- in open channel drainage systems.
The function of the air screen in the
tional rain drainage systems must have
PAM-GLOBAL EPAMS HDE outlet
adequate pipe ventilation. I.e., a DN 100 The pipes can be laid without gradients
drainage pipe burdened with 50 l/min under the roof construction due to the
requires approximately 35 times that typical operating conditions of these
volume of air for an open channel systems.
(according to DIN EN 12056, + 100,
DIN 1986). There is no need for a wide-spread
branched pipe network.
Traditional flat roof outlets form water
eddies and cones of air. The undesired As a rule, our EPAMS HDE High-
air infeed is affected by the Coriolis Capacity Roof Drainage System, with all
force (eddy forming) and also depends of its benefits and advantages, offers
on the atmospheric pressure, gravity extremely economical solutions.
and the Earth's rotation.
However, the pipes can only reach max-
The air in the middle of the outlet is imum capacity using specially designed For further information, please see our
sucked in through the eddies. This low- roof or channel outlets, which prevent brochure:
ers the outlet's capacity level. air infeed into the pipe when the calcu- PAM-GLOBAL EPAMS HDE

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Syphonic Cast Iron Rainwater Drainage System


The Science Technical Support
In conventional systems With the EPAMS system our technical experts design,
dimension and create rainwater systems that work under
The presence of air in the pipe (approximately 35 litres of air negative pressure and use the pipe's "full" capacity in the
to 1 litre of water in a 100mm diameter pipe) is the funda- flow rate calculations. SAINT-GOBAIN PAM employ an ad-
mental principle of all gravity drainage. The inlet of water in vanced computer programme, developed and successfully
the roof outlet produces a vortex of air (i.e. whirlwind effect). used for more than 10 years in Germany where around 3
Due to regulations for installation and flow rate calculations million square metres of roof space have been equipped
the above and below ground (collectors) pipe systems for cast iron with syphonic rainwater drainage.
large roofs areas are often numerous and this can impose
both technical and economic constraints.

A detailed study

In collaboration with the consultant an EPAMS technical


dossier is compiled by SAINT-GOBAIN PAM for each project
containing the following information:
Example:
Conventional System Surface area, isometrics of the building

Nature of support structure

Roofing material envisaged


In an EPAMS cast iron syphonic rainwater drainage system

Maximum rainfall intensity


During its design and installation the EPAMS system applies
the Bernoulli theory which governs the variations in water
pressure during its flow between two points within the
These important elements enable SAINT-GOBAIN PAM to
system (high and low). By virtue of the dynamics of the
then determine
rainwater flow the mechanical energy produced is absorbed
within the system.
The number of roof outlets
Air is prevented from entering the system by means of a
The diamter of the EPAMS pipe system
special roof outlet that is equipped with an anti-vortex
mechanism thus creating a negative pressure and conse-
The positive and negative pressures within the
quent suction effect allowing the pipes to run completely
EPAMS system
full.

The EPAMS computer programme accurately calculates the


requirements, giving the optimum EPAMS solution. Upon
Example: completion the EPAMS technical dossier is forwarded to the
EPAMS System consultant and the installer.

Installation Control

SAINT-GOBAIN PAM uses an external control body to verify


the conformitiy of the installation to the recommendations
and instructions established in the EPAMS technical dosier.
Therefore at an equivalent flow rate and for an identical roof surface area, the diameters and number
of downpipes are reduced and horizontal pipes no longer need to be installed with a gradient to facili-
tate flow.

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Syphonic Cast Iron Rainwater Drainage System


The HDE Flat Roof Run-off Program SAINT-GOBAIN HES complies with DIN EN 1253
and includes the following roof run-offs:

Cast iron EPAMS HDE flat-roof run-offs HDE gutter run-offs DN 50, special production DN 70
Cast iron available in one or two component models PAM-GLOBAL HDE gutter
Rounded design, aluminium, copper and stainless steel A4,
EPAMS HDE flat-roof HDE-50-GG (ASE) run-offs
material 1.4571, stainless steel run-offs also available with
run-offs HDE-70-GG (ASE) connector flanges.
Capacity: All run-offs with leaf traps and reinforced run-off supports.
1.0* l/s to 6 l/s (DN 50) Capacity:
4.0 l/s to 12 l/s (DN 70) 1.0* l/s to 4.0 l/s (DN 50)
4.0* l/s to 8.0 l/s (DN 70)

*Connection pipe DN 40

EPAMS HDE flat-roof run-off UNO DN 70


All information about the standard detailed information on the technical
EPAMS HDE flat-roof run-off
HDE flat-roof Run-off UNO DN 70 designs and system components of the data for PAM-GLOBAL S pipes, fittings
UNO DN 70
one component, made from stainless steel A2 material EPAMS HDE flat-roof run-off range is and connection technology can be
1.4301, with clamp flange available in the brochure "High- found in this brochure and also in the
Capacity Roof Drainage System". More PAM-GLOBAL S service directory.
Capacity:
1.0* l/s to 15 l/s (DN 70)
Insulating compensation Insulating body
*Connection pipe DN 40 rings for thermal insulation of the
40 mm thick to compensate run-off; can be used as direct
insulating thickness in encasing.
excess of 60 mm. 1,3 kg
40 mm thick: 0,8 kg
Polyurethane EPAMS HDE flat-roof run-offs 60 mm thick: 1,3 kg

Polyurethane
HR polyurethane foam, insulated, available as one or two
EPAMS HDE flat-roof run-offs
component models with foamed-in connection foil, stainless
Insulating body for the Insulating ring
steel run-off supports.
underside of the run-off for thermal insulation and
HDE-50-PUR (ASE)
for thermal insulation of the load distribution of the
HDE-70-PUR (ASE)
underside of the EPAMS HDE build-up element.
Capacity: cast run-off, DN 50/70.
1.0* l/s to 6 l/s (DN 50) 1,2 kg
4.0 l/s to 10 l/s (DN 70) DN 50
DN 70

PP EPAMS HDE flat-roof run-off


PP EPAMS HDE flat-roof
Polypropylene, insulated, available as one and two compo- Heating for the EPAMS HDE
run-off
nent models with aluminium flange ring, metal-reinforced flat roof drain UNO DN 70
run-off supports, with galvanized securing clamp. With self-limiting heating tape;
EPAMS HDE-70-PP (ASE) 230 V/50 Hz; heating capacity 10 watt.

Capacity:
1.0* l/s to 12 l/s

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Syphonic Cast Iron Rainwater Drainage System Roof fastening devices

Typical installation

PAM-GLOBAL
REKORD claw

EPAMS HDE flat-roof run-off UNO Cast iron EPAMS HDE flat-roof HES CE coupling PAM-GLOBAL RAPID-S-
run-offs coupling

A complete product range of PAM-SMU Peace of mind that cast iron is non- Easy, rapid jointing can take
cast iron pipes and fittings, stainless steel comubustible, meeting all fire regula- less than 40 seconds with RAPID-SE
couplings, grip collars, sound absorbing tions (flame and fire proof for at least PAM-SMU stainless steel
brackets, roof outlets and safety collars. 4 hours). No expensive fire collars requi- couplings. No special welding
red. No fumes in the event of fire. required unlike HDPE systems.

A very low accu- The silent solution Cost saving Optimised horizontal
mulation of of cast iron what- fewer pipes runs and fewer ver-
surface water ever the flow rate. and fittings. tical stacks allowing
on the roof. No expensive noise even greater architec-
insulation required. tural freedom.

PAM-GLOBAL CV claw
Long life will No expansion Reduced diameters Fewer brackets
last the life joints or thermal of pipework compared to
time of the limiters needed, in less cost. HDPE systems.
building. contrast to HDPE
systems

Independent Endorsement The The mechanical resistance of the


Veritas Office has given EPAMS a PAM-SMU components to with-
glowing report after carrying out stand the positive and negative
a series of tests (New Technology pressures in the EPAMS system.
Report No. 3907 7th July 1993).

Downpipe support

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