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Specifications

 

Co-Ex Pipe Company

PE 4710

High Density Polyethylene Pipe

 

 

Working Pressure VS Temperature


The chart below provides maximum working pressure at the corresponding operating temperature for water, produced water, and dry natural gas using PE 4710 material.

 

 

Operating Temperature

 

 

DR

 

73.4°F

 

7

 

335 psi

 

9

 

250 psi

 

11

 

200 psi

 

13.5

 

160 psi

 

17

 

125 psi

 

21

 

100 psi

 

 

 

  1. Design working pressures are calculated in accordance with  API 15LE specifications. Local or state codes may supersede these ratings.  Click here for more information on Plastic Pipe Design factors and Industry Standard processes.  See WWW.Plasticpipe.org

 

  1. Meets specifications of API 15LE, ASTM D2513, ASTM D3035, and PPI TR-4 material designation code PE 4710.

 

  1. Working pressures in excess of 73.4°F are calculated using API 15LE, 5.1.4 Table 3- Temperature Service Factors chart.

 

  1. For multiphase fluids, wet natural gas, and liquid hydrocarbons use a 0.5 de-rating service factor applied to the pressures given on the working pressure chart shown above. Service pressure and de-rating factors for various fluids including crude oil and wet natural gas shall be calculated in accordance with API 15LE Fluid Service Factors (API 15LE, 5.1.3 Table 2-Fluid Service Factors).

 

**PE 4710/PE 3608 High Density Polyethylene material ABSOLUTELY should NOT be used in service temperatures in excess of 140°F

 

 

Revised:  May 22, 2014

 

 


 

 

Co-Ex Pipe Company

PE 3608

High Density Polyethylene Pipe

 

 

Working Pressure VS Temperature


The chart below provides maximum working pressure at the corresponding operating temperature for water, produced water, and dry natural gas using PE 3608 material.

 

Operating Temperature

 

 

DR

 

73.4°F

 

7

 

267 psi

 

9

 

200 psi

 

11

 

160 psi

 

13.5

 

128 psi

 

17

 

100 psi

 

21

 

80 psi

 

 

 

  1. Design working pressures are calculated in accordance with API 15LE specifications.  Local or state codes may supersede these ratings. Click here for more information on Plastic Pipe Design factors and Industry standard processes.  See WWW.Plasticpipe.org

 

  1. Meets specifications of API 15LE, ASTM D2513, ASTM D3035, and PPI TR-4 material designation code PE 3608.

 

  1.  Working pressures in excess of 73.4°F are calculated using API 15LE, 5.1.4 Table 3 Temperature Service Factors chart.

 

  1. For multiphase fluids, wet natural gas, and liquid hydrocarbons use a 0.5 de-rating service factor applied to the pressures given on the working pressure chart shown above. Service pressure and de-rating factors for various fluids including crude oil and wet natural gas shall be calculated in accordance with API 15LE Fluid Service Factors (API 15LE, 5.1.3 Table 2-Fluid Service Factors).

 

 

**PE 4710/PE 3608 High Density Polyethylene material ABSOLUTELY should NOT be used in service temperatures in excess of 140°F

 

 

Revised:  May 22, 2014