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Sorry, this item can only be purchased by current members. Login Register. Product Detail. Item name: Described as: Search for any of these words: Classified as: select. ISBN: Publisher: AWWA. Publication date: Media Type: PDF. Number of pages: This standard provides formulas to calculate overall dimensions of fittings for steel water transmission and distribution facilities. Many configurations of fittings are possible and alternatives to this standard may be agreed on between the purchaser and manufacturer.
The fitting dimensions shown in Figures 1 through 5 are the minimum dimensions for fittings with plain ends. In practice, fittings are seldom provided as individual pieces as shown, but are shop fabricated into full or special lengths of pipe or fabricated into assemblies, combining a number of fittings.
Major revisions to this edition of the standard are too numerous to list here and can be found in the Foreward section of the standard. More Information. Back to Product Details. Please login to add items. Log In. Would you like to Continue Shopping. Want to save more? Log in to see if you qualify for a lower rate. The fitting dimensions shown Cart 0 Store Login Home.
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Look Inside. The purpose of this standard is to provide formulas for use in calculating the general minimum requirements for the dimensions of fabricated steel water pipe fittings. Sorry, this item can only be purchased by current members. This standard provides formulas to calculate overall dimensions of fittings for steel water transmission and distribution facilities. Many configurations of fittings are possible, and alternatives to this standard may be agreed on between the purchaser and manufacturer. The fitting dimensions
AWWA C AWWA C 2in 50m This edition approved June 17, It is not a specification. AWWA standards describe minimum requirements and do not contain all of the engineering and administrative information normally contained in specifications. The AWWA standards usually contain options that must be evaluated by the user of the standard.