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Homepage>BS Standards>23 FLUID SYSTEMS AND COMPONENTS FOR GENERAL USE>23.040 Pipeline components and pipelines>23.040.01 Pipeline components and pipelines in general>DD ISO/TS 10465-1:2007 Underground installation of flexible glass-reinforced pipes based on unsaturated polyester resin (GRP-UP) Installation procedures
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DD ISO/TS 10465-1:2007 Underground installation of flexible glass-reinforced pipes based on unsaturated polyester resin (GRP-UP) Installation procedures

DD ISO/TS 10465-1:2007

Underground installation of flexible glass-reinforced pipes based on unsaturated polyester resin (GRP-UP) Installation procedures

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Standard number:DD ISO/TS 10465-1:2007
Pages:56
Released:2007-05-31
ISBN:978 0 580 50845 5
Status:Standard
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DD ISO/TS 10465-1:2007


This standard DD ISO/TS 10465-1:2007 Underground installation of flexible glass-reinforced pipes based on unsaturated polyester resin (GRP-UP) is classified in these ICS categories:
  • 23.040.01 Pipeline components and pipelines in general

This part of ISO 10465 describes the procedures for underground installation of flexible glass-reinforced thermosetting resin (GRP) pipes. It refers generally to GRP pipes as specified in the system standards ISO 10467 and ISO 10639, but it can also be used as a guide for the installation of other GRP pipes. It does not include jacking, relining or above-ground installations; nor does it cover health and safety or environmental conditions, these being addressed in national regulations at the place of installation.

NOTE The installation nomenclature, dimensions and soil moduli zones referred to in this part of ISO 10465 are shown in Figure 1.