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RAUPIANO PLUS
the versatile acoustic drainage system
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Valid from January 2012
Subject to technical modifications
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RAUPIANO PLUS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1..........................Information and safety recommendations.................................................................................................................................. 5
2..........................System introduction................................................................................................................................................................... 7
2.1.......................Function..................................................................................................................................................................................... 7
2.1.1....................Residential buildings................................................................................................................................................................... 7
2.1.2....................Commercial buildings.................................................................................................................................................................. 7
2.1.3.....................Commercial kitchens................................................................................................................................................................... 8
2.2.......................Application................................................................................................................................................................................. 8
2.3.......................Pipe structure............................................................................................................................................................................. 9
2.4.......................Fittings..................................................................................................................................................................................... 10
2.5.......................Sound insulation ...................................................................................................................................................................... 10
2.6.......................System components.................................................................................................................................................................. 11
2.7.......................Transportation and storage........................................................................................................................................................ 12
2.8.......................Marking................................................................................................................................................................................... 12
2.9.......................Recycling................................................................................................................................................................................. 12
3..........................Sound insulation...................................................................................................................................................................... 13
3.1.......................Basics...................................................................................................................................................................................... 13
3.2.......................Sound insulation requirements................................................................................................................................................... 14
3.2.1....................Australia................................................................................................................................................................................... 14
3.3.......................Sound reduction with RAUPIANO PLUS....................................................................................................................................... 16
3.4.......................Laboratory testing of sound-insulation behaviour........................................................................................................................ 17
3.4.1....................Australia................................................................................................................................................................................... 17
4..........................Fire protection......................................................................................................................................................................... 18
4.1.......................Fire-protection requirements..................................................................................................................................................... 18
4.2.......................Fireproofing collars................................................................................................................................................................... 18
4.2.1....................REHAU Fireproofing collars........................................................................................................................................................ 18
4.2.2....................PROMAT Fireproofing collars..................................................................................................................................................... 20
5..........................Planning.................................................................................................................................................................................. 21
5.1.......................Measurement basics................................................................................................................................................................. 21
5.2.......................Specification............................................................................................................................................................................. 21
6..........................Installation of RAUPIANO PLUS................................................................................................................................................. 23
6.1.......................Shortening and tapering pipes................................................................................................................................................... 23
6.2.......................Joining fittings and pipes........................................................................................................................................................... 23
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INFORMATION AND SAFETY RECOMMENDATIONS
6.3.......................Handling cut lengths and remaining lengths............................................................................................................................... 24
6.4.......................Installation of additional fittings.................................................................................................................................................. 24
6.5.......................Connecting drain fitting............................................................................................................................................................. 25
6.6.......................Rubber sleeve adaptor for Cast Iron pipe or other materials......................................................................................................... 25
6.7.......................Adapting to PVC system............................................................................................................................................................ 26
6.8.......................Cleaning the waste pipe system................................................................................................................................................. 27
6.9.......................Socket plug.............................................................................................................................................................................. 27
6.10.....................P-trap siphon............................................................................................................................................................................ 28
6.11.....................Installing pipes in installation shafts........................................................................................................................................... 28
6.12.....................Installing pipes in masonry........................................................................................................................................................ 28
6.13.....................Installing pipes in concrete........................................................................................................................................................ 29
6.14.....................Installation above suspended ceilings......................................................................................................................................... 29
6.15.....................Ceiling penetrations.................................................................................................................................................................. 29
6.16.....................Installation as stormwater piping............................................................................................................................................... 30
7..........................Fixing of RAUPIANO PLUS........................................................................................................................................................ 31
7.1.......................Support bracket for vertical stack............................................................................................................................................... 31
7.2.......................Fixing plan for vertical stack...................................................................................................................................................... 32
7.3.......................Bracketing plan for horizontal pipes............................................................................................................................................ 33
7.4.......................Short pipes and fittings............................................................................................................................................................. 33
8..........................Certifications and test reports.................................................................................................................................................. 34
Notes on this technical information
Applicability
This technical information is applicable for Australia and New Zealand.
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Important information
- Read the safety recommendations and operating instructions
carefully and completely for your own safety and for the safety of
other people before starting with the installation.
- Retain the operating instructions and keep them handy.
- If you do not understand the safety recommendations or installation
instructions, or if they are unclear, contact your REHAU sales office.
Information on the Internet
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9..........................Technical specifications........................................................................................................................................................... 35
10........................Chemical resistance................................................................................................................................................................ 36
11........................Standards, regulations and guidelines...................................................................................................................................... 42
............................ApprovalMark certification....................................................................................................................................................... 43
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SYSTEM introduction
Intended use
The drainage system RAUPIANO PLUS may only be installed and operated
as described in this technical information. Any other use is unintended
and therefore impermissible.
General safety measures
- Observe all applicable national and international regulations on
installation, accident prevention and safety, together with the
information contained in this manual.
- Keep the work place tidy and free of obstructions.
- Ensure there is always sufficient light.
- Keep children, house pets and unauthorised persons away from tools
and installation area. This is especially important in cases of renovation
in occupied areas.
Fire protection
Observe the applicable fire-protection regulations very carefully as well
as the codes/regulations of building practice that apply in each case,
especially in relation to:
- Penetrating through fire compartments.
- Rooms subject to the guideline of places of assembly places.
Personnel requirements
- Allow only authorised and trained persons to assemble our systems.
- Work on electrical systems or pipe components may only be performed
by persons trained and authorised for this purpose.
When assembling the system
- Always read and comply with the respective operating instructions of
the tool used.
- The cutting tools have a sharp blade. The cutting tools are to be stored
and handled in a safe way to prevent injuries.
- When shortening pipes, maintain a safe distance between the hand
holding the object and the cutting tool.
- Never put your hands near the area where the tool is cutting or on
moving parts.
- When performing service, maintenance and conversion work and when
changing the place of assembly, always unplug the power cable of the
tool and secure it against being switched on inadvertently.
2.1 Function
RAUPIANO PLUS is a versatile sound-insulating drainage pipe system for
non-pressurised site drainage in accordance with AS/NZS 3500.2. It can
be used as drainage system for all building types from one-family houses
to large buildings.
RAUPIANO PLUS is available in nominal diameter DN 40 to DN 200.
A comprehensive fitting, adaptors and bracket range complete the system.
They are characterised by the following features:
2.1.1 Residential buildings
RAUPIANO PLUS is a versatile system for non-pressurized drainage
systems which are installed according to AS/NZS 3500.2. It is able to
comply with the requirements of Building Code of Australia (BCA) for
different types of residential buildings, such as:
- One-family houses
- Multi-storey apartment blocks
- Condominiums
2.1.2 Commercial buildings
- Excellent sound-insulation properties
- Mineral-filled material for pipes and fitting to reduce air-borne noise
- Partially thickened walls for bend fittings to improve air-borne
insulation
- Special sound-dampening bracket to reduce transmission of
structure-borne noise
- Fast and easy installation
- The joint is designed to absorb any thermal expansion
- High quality product
- Excellent impact resistance - robust for transport, storage and
handling at construction site
- High UV-resistance, can be stored outdoor for 1 year
- Smooth yet abrasion-resistance inner layer to reduce risk of deposits
and scaling
- Green material, non-toxic material without halogen
RAUPIANO PLUS, with its special acoustic characteristics, can also
be installed in commercial buildings that require stricter acoustic
requirements such as:
- Hotels
- Office buildings
- Hospitals
RAUPIANO PLUS meets the increasing need for peace and quiet and
ensures a high level of living comfort.
The pipe dimensions in accordance with AS/NZS 7671 allow trouble-free
transition to HT-PP which is manufactured according to EN 1451 or EN
1401 with pipes and fittings of the same nominal diameter without the
need for special transition/adaptor pieces.
Work clothing
- Wear protective glasses, suitable work clothing, safety shoes, a
protective helmet and, if you have long hair, a hair net.
- Do not wear loose clothing or jewellery. They could be caught by
moving parts.
- Wear a protective helmet when performing assembly work at head level
or above your head.
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2.1.3 Commercial kitchens
2.2 Application
RAUPIANO PLUS is ideal for use as a collecting and ground pipe for
drainage of greasy waste water from commercial kitchens up to the
grease separator.
If used in cold areas, where installations are commonly done under
temperature below -10˚C, additional tests are required according to
AS/NZS 7671.
RAUPIANO PLUS has passed the test and therefore marked with the “ice
crystal” according to AS/NZS 7671 and DIN EN 1411 and can be installed
in these regions.
Impact-resistant and shockproof
outer layer made of PP
Abrasion-resistant and low
friction inner layer made of PP
For grease separators at a great distance, the use of pipe trace heating
may be necessary. This prevents premature grease accumulation. The
temperature of the pipe trace heating suitable for plastic pipes may not
exceed 45°C.
For outlet of ventilation lines, use pipes suitable for outdoor installation
instead of RAUPIANO PLUS.
Highly rigid and sound-insulating middle
layer made of mineral-reinforced PP
Fig. 2-1 RAUPIANO PLUS pipes and fittings.
The sound-insulating drainage system RAUPIANO PLUS is suitable for
gravity drainage systems in accordance with AS/NZS 3500.2 as certified
under Watermark WM70060 in buildings. Local national standards, code
of practice and regulations must be observed during the design and
installation of RAUPIANO PLUS system.
The pipes, fittings and seals can be operated continuously at 90˚C
(and up to 95°C for brief periods). They are suitable for the drainage of
chemically aggressive waste water with a pH value of 2 (acidic) to 12
(basic).
Behaviour in fire corresponds to B2 normal combustibility according to
DIN 4102 and D-S3,d0 according to EN 13501-1.
The pipe connections are leak-proof up to an internal excess water
pressure of 1 bar (10 m water column).
Pipes and fittings may not be used for:
- installation subjected to continuous operating temperature higher than
90˚C (or higher than 95˚C for brief periods)
- carrying waste water containing prohibited chemicals (see section 10)
- exposed installation to UV radiation directly and indirectly
Observe all applicable national and international regulations on
installation, accident prevention and safety, together with the information
contained in this manual.
Areas of application which are not included in this technical information
(special applications) require consultation with our technical department.
Please contact your REHAU sales office.
2.3 Fig. 2-2 RAUPIANO PLUS pipe structure.
- RAUPIANO PLUS – robust for transport, storage and handling at the
construction site.
- Fracture resistant at –10˚C.
- Can be stored outdoors for up to 1 year.
- Optimum hydraulic characteristics. Accumulation of deposits and
incrustations are reliably prevented.
Pipe structure
The RAUPIANO PLUS multi-layer pipe construction achieves superior
properties through the application of distinct functional layers combined
in a composite construction.
Three separate layers impart unique characteristics to the pipe. The
abrasion resistant, low friction inner layer ensures the easy transit of
waste. The mineral filled mid-layer ensures superb sound dampening
properties and also offers increased stiffness. Finally, the robust outer
layer is tough enough to withstand impacts and shocks.
These ideal characteristics are achieved thanks to the three-layer
structure of the pipe and the specialised adaptation of each individual
layer to its respective requirement:
- High ring stiffness
- Excellent impact strength of the outer layer at low temperature
- Increased UV-resistance
- Abrasion-resistant and smooth inner layer
- Highly rigid and sound-insulating middle layer made of mineralreinforced PP
Combined together, the composite layers create a tough, durable pipe,
with outstanding acoustic properties that gives all the functionality of a
drainage pipe system combined with the noise absorption properties of
lagging.
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2.4 Fittings
The pipe system can experience local vibrations at redirections due to
critical drainage conditions. This can have a negative effect on soundrelated properties.
To minimise this effect and counteract negative influences, targeted mass
optimisation was carried out in sound-critical areas of elbows with a
nominal width of DN 90 to DN 160. This stabilises the sound behaviour,
reduces sound generation and thus achieves even better noise damping
in the impact area.
Fig. 2-3 RAUPIANO PLUS bend with reinforced impact area.
2.5 Sound insulation
The sound-insulating drainage system RAUPIANO PLUS offers quality,
quietness and living comfort in important areas of a building. REHAU
RAUPIANO PLUS system has been independently tested by a member
of the Association of Australian Acoustical Consultants (AAAC) at the
National Acoustic Laboratories (NAL). Test results were assessed by a
separate AAAC member to ensure impartiality of the report. The report
found conclusively that RAUPIANO PLUS pipe system exceeds the Rw +
Ctr 40 requirement of the BCA/NCC, and that a stand alone RAUPIANO
PLUS system is comparable, in terms of sound insulation, to a fully lagged
PVC system.
- Excellent sound insulation
- High pipe rigidity (ring stiffness > 4 kN/m2 in accordance with DIN EN
ISO 9969)
- Optimum hydraulics thanks to an extremely smooth and low-friction
inner layer
- Improved handleability thanks to a tough outer layer
- Excellent impact strength at extremely low temperatures (ice crystal in
accordance with AS/NZS 7671 and DIN EN 1411)
- Safe to install at low temperatures
- Easy and fast installation
- Push-fit socket joint
- Sealing rings installed at the factory
- Shortened with common pipe cutters or saw
- Complete pipe, fitting, adapters and bracket range
- Universal compatibility with the HT-PP system, connection to common
HT and KG pipes without special adapters
- Attractive appearance in visible areas
- Sanitary white colour
- Environmentally friendly – can be recycled
2.6 System components
Fire protection
Pipes and fittings
- Made of mineral-reinforced RAU-PP
- Dyed white (similar to RAL 9003)
- Nominal diameter DN 40, 50, 75, 90, 110, 125, 160, 200
- Available in lengths from 150 mm to 3,000 mm
- Complete fitting range
- Bend from 15° to 87° (DN 90 to DN 160 in thicker-walled version)
- Single branch
- Double branch
- Corner double branch
- Parallel branch
- Floor Waste Gullies
- Additional special fittings
The fire behaviour is in accordance with material class B2 in accordance
with DIN 4102. The national fire-protection regulations and the respective
applicable codes/regulations of building practice are to be observed here.
[OUTSIDE OF LEGAL INFORMATION]:
REHAU RAUPIANO PLUS has been independently tested and assessed
in combination with Promat fire stopping devices in accordance to AS
1530.4.
Optional, REHAU fireproofing collars are available for penetration of the
RAUPIANO PLUS pipe through fire-resistant ceilings or walls.
REHAU fire collars are tested according to BS 476 and assessed by
independent third party (CSIRO) to conform to AS 1530.4.
Seals
The pipes and fittings are equipped with a lip sealing ring at the factory
in accordance with DIN 4060 and DIN EN 681-1.
Hardness: 60 ±5 Shore A
Material: Styrene butadiene rubber (SBR)
Fastening elements
Fig. 2-4 Patented sound dampening support bracket.
Fig. 2-5 “Compact” fireproofing collar.
- Sound dampening support bracket
- Fixing clamp
- Guiding clamp
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SOUND INSULATION
2.7 Transportation and storage
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Sound insulation
Packaging
3.1 Basics
- Pipes up to 500 mm and fittings are packed in a box
- Pipes 750 mm and longer are packed in wooden crates
In every area of building construction, especially the construction of
multi-storey apartment blocks, hospitals and rehabilitation homes, sound
insulation plays an increasingly important role. One of the most significant
sources of sound within buildings is the sanitation set-up and the
accompanying drainage water pipe system.
A differentiation is made between air-borne noise and structure-borne
noise, depending on the propagation medium.
Air-borne noise
Max 4
Transportation
RAUPIANO PLUS proves its robustness during transport and at the
construction site thanks to its three-layer structure and impact-resistant
and shock-proof outer layer. Ensure that pipes make firm contact over
their entire length.
Storage
- Protect boxes from wetness during transport and storage.
- RAUPIANO PLUS and its seals can be stored outdoors for up to 1 year
due to its UV-stable characteristics.
We recommend:
- Protecting RAUPIANO PLUS pipes and fittings from direct sunlight and
soiling by:
- storing in the box
- covering them with tarpaulins (ensure proper ventilation).
- Stack no more than four wood crates on top of one another.
- Ensure that the wood frames are aligned squarely when stacking.
- Store pipes in such a way that no objects are placed on top of the
sleeves and insertion ends and that these are not deformed.
Fig. 2-6
2.8 Recommended storage of RAUPIANO PLUS.
Marking
Pipes and fittings are marked with the following:
- Manufacturer’s mark
- Approval number
- Mark of quality
- Ice crystal (AS/NZS 7671 and DIN EN 1411)
- Nominal diameter (DN)
- Year of manufacture
- Production plant
- Material
- Angle specification (with elbows and branches)
Typical sources of sound include:
- Fitting noises
- Filling noises
- Draining noises
- Inlet noises
- Impact noises
Air-borne noise is present if the noises of a sound source are transferred
directly through the air to human ears.
Structure-borne noise
With structure-borne noise, the sound transfer first occurs through a solid
body. This body vibrates and passes the vibrations on to human ears as
airborne noise.
Unsuitable drainage pipe system and type of brackets are considerable
contributors to disturbing noise. RAUPIANO PLUS, a system-tested,
versatile sound-insulating drainage water system, puts things right.
Airborne noise
Structure-borne noise
Fig. 3-2
Air-borne and structure-borne noise.
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2.9 Recycling
RAUPIANO PLUS pipes and fittings are 100% recyclable.
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Fig. 3-1
Noise reduction measures with RAUPIANO PLUS.
Air-borne noise reduction through:
1. Special pipe and fitting materials
2. Mass optimisation in the redirection area of fittings
Structure-borne noise reduction through:
3. Patented sound-proof attachment
4. Optimised guiding clamp
5. Fixing clamp with elastomer insert
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3.2
Sound insulation requirements
Comparative testing results showed that using the RAUPIANO PLUS
system achieves the same Rw + Ctr value as a PVC system lagged with
Pyrotek Soundlag 4525 acoustic lagging.
3.2.1Australia
Sound insulation requirements differ from country to country and from
one building type to another. In Australia the NCC / BCA Volume One Part
F5 outlines the requirements for sound insulation:
- F5.6 Sound insulation rating of services
The superior sound insulation properties of the RAUPIANO PLUS system
mean it can be installed where an Rw + Ctr value of 40 is required without
lagging.
Noise produced
inside pipe
(water/waste noise)
Weighted sound reduction index (Rw) is the number used to rate the
effectiveness of a system as a noise insulator. An increase in one Rw unit
approximately equals a reduction of one decibel in noise level.
Weighted sound reduction index plus spectrum adaptation term (Rw+Ctr)
takes into account the lower frequency noise. Ctr is a negative number, so
Rw+Ctr value will always be lower than Rw value.
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Habitable room
According to NCC/BCA Volume Clause F5.6 for services passing
through habitable rooms.
Fig. 3-3
30
Rw + Ctr
Seperation between the noise source (water/waste) and the habitalbe
room must have a sound reduction level of Rw + Ctr 40
Rw + Ctr
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25
Minimum
requirement for
non-habitable
areas
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NCC/BCA Acoustic requirement.
Rw + Ctr
42
Minimum
requirement for
habitable areas
40
The NCC / BCA specifies that if a pipe that is located in a wall or floor
cavity, serves or passes through more than one sole-occupancy unit, the
pipe must be separated from the rooms by construction with an Rw+Ctr of:
- 40 if the adjacent room is habitable (other than a kitchen); or
- 25 if the adjacent room is a kitchen or non-habitable
Rw + Ctr
42
45
NCC/BCA Acoustic requirement
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Acoustic testing
RAUPIANO PLUS pipe system has been independently tested using an
established acoustic industry test based on ISO 140 test methodology
and independently rated to ISO 717, then assessed in accordance with
the requirements of the NCC/BCA.
Pipe
PVC
RAUPIANO PLUS
Lagging
Pyrotek Soundlag
5425
None
75mm R1.5 glass
wool acoustic
insulation batts
75mm R1.5 glass
wool acoustic
insulation batts
13mm standard
plasterboard
13mm standard
plasterboard
Ceiling
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Fig. 3-4
PVC PIPE*
PVC PIPE with lagging
RAUPIANO PLUS without lagging
Acoustic testing.
Table 3-1 Comparative testing results.
* Industry standard as recommended by Graeme E Harding and Accessories
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3.3 3.4 Sound reduction with RAUPIANO PLUS
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Both structure-borne and air-borne noises occur in drainage pipe systems.
The wall of the pipe vibrates due to currents and flow noises. The type
and intensity of these pipe vibrations depend on a variety of factors, such
as the mass of the pipe, the pipe material and its inner damping.
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Fig. 3-5
When developing a sound-insulating drainage water system, both types of
noise distribution must be taken into account.
Acknowledging the different installation practices and the effects on
acoustic level reading in the building, REHAU assessed the acoustic
performance of RAUPIANO PLUS system in National Acoustic Laboratory
(NAL).
The acoustic test was done to ensure full compliance of RAUPIANO PLUS
with the acoustic requirements of Building Code of Australia. The tests
were done with full-toilet-flush and half-toilet-flush.
Sound distribution with sewer pipe systems.
1 Structure-borne noise
2 Standard drainage pipe
3 Standard bracket (pipe clamp with/without rubber ply)
Airborne noise insulation with RAUPIANO PLUS
Airborne noise is reduced by RAUPIANO PLUS thanks to special materials,
sound-dampening fillers and increased weight of the pipe system.
Targeted mass optimisation in sound-sensitive areas of fitting elbows
of nominal diameter DN 90 to DN 160 provides further improvement at
redirection points.
3.4.1Australia
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The pipe vibrations are emitted directly from the pipe as air-borne noise
and are transferred as structure-borne noise via the pipe brackets to the
wall.
Laboratory testing of sound-insulation behaviour
4 Airborne noise
RAUPIANO PLUS system tested with industry standard suspended ceiling
achieved Rw + Ctr 42, which means RAUPIANO PLUS exceeds BCA’s
acoustic requirements in habitable areas without acoustic-lagging.
Acoustic result interpretation
Based on the test result of the acoustic test in NAL, RAUPIANO
PLUS is able to fulfill BCA’s acoustic requirements with the following
configurations:
Rw + Ctr
(BCA requirement)
Type of room
Configurations
25
- Bathroom
RAUPIANO PLUS with:
- Wet areas
- 10 mm standard
- Open kitchen
plasterboard
40
- Bedroom
- Living room
RAUPIANO PLUS with:
- 13 mm standard
plasterboard
- 75mm R1.5 glass wool acoustic insulation batts
Table 3-2 System configurations to fulfill or exceed BCA’s acoustic requirements.
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Structure-borne noise insulation with RAUPIANO PLUS
The transmission of structure-borne noise to the wall is reduced with
RAUPIANO PLUS with the use of patented, sound dampening brackets:
- A supporting clamp with loose gap in the pipe is fastened to the wall
- A fastening clamp rests onto the supporting clamp, keeping the pipe in
position
This extensive physical decoupling of the pipe, bracket and wall means
that the transmission of structure-borne noise is eliminated to a high
degree (see Chapter 7).
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Fig. 3-6
Sound insulation with RAUPIANO PLUS.
1 Reduction of structure-borne noise
2 RAUPIANO PLUS pipe with sound-dampening fillers
3 RAUPIANO PLUS bracket, patented sound-dampening
support bracket
4 Reduction of airborne noise
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FIRE PROTECTION
REHAU compact fireproofing collar
The behaviour of RAUPIANO PLUS in a fire corresponds to material class
B2 (normally inflammable) in accordance with DIN 4102, Part 1.
4.1 RAUPIANO PLUS system can be installed with suitable fireproofing collars,
such as REHAU fireproofing collars or Promat fireproofing collars. These
fireproofing collars have been tested and proven according to AS 1530.4
to fulfill the fire protection requirements from NCC/BCA.
Fire-protection requirements
With regard to drainage pipes, fire-protection measurements may be
necessary if pipes penetrate through fire-rated building elements in a
building.
Please contact your nearest REHAU Sales Office to get the detailed test
report of the fireproofing collars.
4.2.1 REHAU Fireproofing collars
RAUPIANO PLUS pipes
Fire Resistance Ratings/Levels
Wall construction:
An aerated concrete block wall, normally 1800 mm x 180 mm
constructed from blocks of dimensions 440 mm long x 210 mm
deep x 100 mm thick - protected by fire collar on both sides
Floor construction:
An aerated concrete floor with 150 mm thickness
DN 40
DN 110
Load bearing / Integrity / Insulation
DN 160
-/120/120
-/90/90
-/120/120
-/180/180
-/120/120
-/120/120
Table 4-1 Fire resistance ratings/levels achieved by RAUPIANO PLUS pipes and REHAU compact fireproofing collar
With regard to fire protection, the applicable national regulations and the
valid codes/regulations of building practice are to be observed.
RAUPIANO PLUS offers complete system for drainage, including
fireproofing collars suitable for RAUPIANO PLUS pipes and fittings. The
following fireproofing collars are available:
REHAU PLUS fireproofing collar system
- For recessed installation in the wall and ceiling
- For installation on the wall and ceiling
REHAU Compact fireproofing collar system
- For installation on the wall and ceiling
REHAU angled fireproofing collar system
- For installation on a ceiling with angled penetration
- For installation on a ceiling on RAUPIANO PLUS pipe or fitting socket
REHAU PLUS fireproofing collar
RAUPIANO PLUS pipes
Fire Resistance Ratings/Levels
DN 40
DN 110
Load bearing / Integrity / Insulation
DN 160
Wall construction:
An aerated concrete block wall, normally 1800 mm x 180 mm
constructed from blocks of dimensions 440 mm long x 210 mm
deep x 100 mm thick - protected by fire collar on both sides
- Fire collar installed with face mounted
- Fire collar intalled with recess
-/240/180
-
-/240/120
-/180/180
-/120/120
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We recommend to always get an approval from the responsible
construction authority for compliance with the respective requirements.
Floor construction:
An aerated concrete floor with 150 mm thickness
- Fire collar installed with face mounted
- Fire collar intalled with recess
-/240/240
-
-/180/180
-/180/180
-/180/180
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Wall penetrations require two collars (on both sides of wall).
Table 4-2
4.2 Fireproofing collars
For fire protection of penetrations through fire-rated ceilings and walls, it
is compulsory to install suitable fireproofing collars that will not reduce the
fire-rating of the particular building elements.
Fire resistance ratings/levels achieved by RAUPIANO PLUS pipes and REHAU PLUS fireproofing collar
REHAU angled fireproofing collar
- When planning and assembling the fireproofing collars, the requirements of the general building construction approval and the specifications of the assembly instructions must be observed.
- When using the fireproofing collars, the applicable national regulations must be observed.
RAUPIANO PLUS pipes
Fire Resistance Ratings/Levels
DN 125
DN 75
Load bearing / Integrity / Insulation
Wall construction:
An aerated concrete floor with 150 mm thickness
- Plain pipe penetrating at 450 angle
- Plain joint penetrating at 900 angle
-/240/120
-/180/180
Table 4-3
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-/120/120
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Fire resistance ratings/levels achieved by RAUPIANO PLUS pipes and REHAU angled fireproofing collar
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4.2.2 PROMAT fireproofing collars
When using fireproofing collars in the ceiling, they can be assembled
immediately or subsequently, depending on their type.
The following PROMAT fireproofing collars can be used together with
RAUPIANO PLUS system:
- PROMASEAL FC Retrofit collar
- PROMASTOP Unicollar
RAUPIANO PLUS has been independently tested and assessed, in
conjunction with Promat fire protection devices, to AS 1530.4. The
following fire protection collars are available:
Fig. 4-1 Installation of fireproofing
Fig. 4-2 Installation of fireproofing
collar in ceiling
collar on ceiling
00E
5214
Promat PROMASTOP® Unicollar
- For 40mm - 110mm pipe in wall and ceiling applications
Contact your local REHAU sales office for additional fire protection
solutions and test data.
Herstellungsjahr:
Hersteller der
Rohrabschottung:
00E 5214 6.98
Fire Resistance Ratings/Levels
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DN 40
DN 50
DN 75
DN 90
DN 110
Load bearing / Integrity / Insulation
Wall construction:
128mm thick plasterboard lined wall
– protected by fire collar on both sides
-/240/120
Floor construction:
120mm concrete slab – protected by fire collar
on the fire exposed side only
-/240/120
Table 4-4
Promat PROMASEAL® FC Collar
- For 125mm - 200mm pipe in wall and ceiling applications
6.98
Rohrabschottung System REHAU
der Feuerwiderstandsklasse R 90
. Z - 19.17-1209
Zulassungs-Nr
REHAU RAUPIANO PLUS pipes DN 40 to DN 110
Promat PROMASTOP UniCollar
Fire resistance ratings/levels achieved by RAUPIANO PLUS pipes and Promat PROMASTOP UniCollar retrofit fire collars.
REHAU RAUPIANO PLUS pipes DN 125 to DN 200
Promat PROMASEAL FC Collar
Fire Resistance Ratings/Levels
DN 125
DN 160
Load bearing / Integrity / Insulation
Wall construction:
128mm thick plasterboard lined wall
– protected by fire collar on both sides
-/240/120
Floor construction:
120mm concrete slab – protected by fire collar
on the fire exposed side only
-/240/120
DN 200
00E
5214
6.98
Fig. 4-3 Installation of fireproofing
collar on wall
Fig. 4-4 Installation of fireproofing
(only for installation on ceiling)
Table 4-5 Fire resistance ratings/levels achieved by RAUPIANO PLUS pipes and Promat PROMASEAL FC fire collars.
REHAU Fire Collars are tested according to BS 476 and have been
assessed by independent third party (CSIRO) to conform to AS 1530.4.
Assessment report is available upon requested.
To reuse REHAU angled fireproofing collar system on penetration of
drainiage pipe through concrete ceiling at an angle, a minimum ceiling
distance of 50 mm is required for the horizontal drainage pipe running
below the concrete ceiling.
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5.
Planning
5.1 Measurement basics
5.3
The planning and installation of RAUPIANO PLUS drainage system shall
comply to AS/NZS 3500.2.
The goal is to ensure intended functioning of the universal drainage
system RAUPIANO PLUS, i.e.
- Back siphoning and leaking of water seal cloumn must be prevented
- Ventilation of the drainage system must be ensured
- Nominal diameter larger than those calculated are not to be used to
ensure effective drainage
- Sewage must drain with little noise
- Anaerobic digestion is to be prevented
- Gas emissions are to be lead out without harmful effects via the main
ventilation system
5.2
Specification
General
RAUPIANO Plus system is suitable for drainage system installed above
ground and inside the building.
Standards
NCC/BCA
National Construction Code / Building Code of
Australia
AS/NZS 3500.2 Plumbing and drainage – Sanitary plumbing and
drainage
AS/NZS 7671
Plastic piping systems for soil and waste drainage (low
and high temperature) inside buildings - Polypropylene
(PP)
System component - RAUPIANO Plus fitting
Fitting materials shall be mineral-filled polypropylene for acoustic
performance enhancement, complying with AS/NZS 7671 for gravity
drainage and stormwater drainage system in residential and commercial
applications.
The fittings shall be designed for a temperature of 90°C and can
temporarily withstand temperatures of up to 95°C and suitable for
installations under extreme low temperatures up to -10°C. The fittings
shall have excellent chemical resistance, withstanding acidity level from
pH 2 - 12.
Equivalent pipe sizes
Approval in Australia and New Zealand
Pipe sizing chart
PVC
RAUPIANO PLUS
DN
OD
(mm)
DN
OD
(mm)
40
43
40
40
50
56
50
50
65
69
75
75
80
82
90
90
100
110
110
110
-
-
125
125
150
160
160
160
175
200
200
200
Table 5-1 Equivalent pipe sizes.
When connecting RAUPIANO PLUS directly to PVC systems, some
dimensions require connection adapters. Refer to chapter 6.7 for details.
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The packing of the pipe materials shall be done to reduce UV-radiation
effect to the pipe materials themselves and to protect the pipe materials
from dirt and other foreign materials.
RAUPIANO Plus pipes and fittings are certified under Watermark
WM70060 for sizes DN 40 to DN 200.
The packing of the fittings shall be done to reduce UV-radiation effect to
the pipe materials themselves and to protect the pipe materials from dirt
and other foreign materials.
System component - RAUPIANO Plus sound-dampening bracket
System design and performance
Planning, installation and commissioning are to comply with AS/NZS
3500.2 and REHAU drainage system RAUPIANO Plus – Technical
information.
Fire behaviour
The pipes and fittings shall correspond to the requirements of normally
combustible building materials (class DIN 4102-B2) in keeping with DIN
4102-1 and D-S3,d0 in keeping with EN 1350. Please refer to RAUPIANO
Plus – the versatile acoustic drainage system - Technical information for
notes on Fire Protection.
Acoustic behaviour
System acoustic performance shall have been demonstrated to meet
the BCA/NCC requirements for Sound Transmission and Insulation (BCA/
NCC Volume 1 Part F5), F5.6 - Sound insulation rating of services when
tested to ISO 140 methodology and sound insulation performance rated
according to ISO 717.
When rated in accordance to ISO 717 the system shall meet or exceed
the BCA/NCC requirements of Rw+Ctr = 25 when adjacent to nonhabitable areas, and Rw+Ctr = 40 when adjacent to habitable rooms,
without the use of acoustic lagging material, and with the only following
additional construction:
- 75mm R1.5 glass wool acoustic insulation batts
- 13mm standard plasterboard
Sound-dampening bracket shall be rubber-lined with vibration-decoupling
system to reduce the structure-borne noise transmitted from the DWV
system.
Connections
System component – RAUPIANO Plus pipe
Pipe materials shall be composite polypropylene, consisting of
polypropylene inner layer, mineral-filled polypropylene middle layer and
UV-stabilised polypropylene outer layer, complying with AS/NZS 7671
for gravity drainage and stormwater drainage system in residential and
commercial applications.
The connections between the polypropylene pipes and fittings shall
be of leak-proof push-fit socket connection with SBR sealing ring. The
connections shall be able to withstand internal pressure of up to 100 kPa
and accommodate thermal expansion.
The pipes shall be designed for an operating temperature of 90°C and
can temporarily withstand temperatures of up to 95°C and marked
with ice crystal to indicated suitability for installations under extreme
low temperatures up to -10°C. The pipes shall have excellent chemical
resistance, withstanding acidity level from pH 2 - 12.
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6.
installation OF RAUPIANO PLUS
6.1 Shortening and tapering pipes
Fittings may not be shortened.
1. If necessary, shorten the pipes with common pipe cutters or a finetoothed saw.
2. Make a cut at 90° angle from the pipe axis.
3. De-burr the inner diameter of the pipe.
4. For connections to push-fit socket pipe systems, taper the pipe ends
with a tapering tool or a coarse file at an angle of approximately 15°.
CAUTION
Danger of damage to property!
At low temperatures, the mineral-reinforced pipe material RAU-PP
becomes brittle and thus more sensitive to impacts, like every other
material.
The optimised material consistency of RAUPIANO PLUS is characterised
by excellent impact strength at cold temperature.
RAUPIANO PLUS is marked with the ice crystal in accordance with
AS/NZS 7671 and DIN EN 1411 to indicate this.
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6.2 6.3 Joining fittings and pipes
Cut lengths and remaining lengths (pipes with smooth ends) can be
handled with double sockets and sleeve couplers up to a maximum pipe
length of 3 m.
Ensure that sufficient expansion joints are present in the pipe sleeves
here as well.
1. Clean dirt from sealing ring, sleeve interior and pipe end.
2. Coat spigot end with REHAU lubricant and slide into the sleeve until it
stops.
3. Mark inserted spigot end in this position at the sleeve edge with a
pencil, pen etc.
4. With longer pipes (> 500 mm), pull the spigot end out an additional
10 mm from the sleeve to create an expansion joint for heat-related
expansion.
5. With short pipes (≤ 500 mm) and fittings, insert the spigot ends fully
into the sleeves.
Fig. 6-1 6.4 Installation of additional fittings
The installation of additional fittings in an existing pipeline is possible with
sleeve couplers:
1. Cut out a sufficiently long section of pipe from the pipeline:
fitting length + 2 x pipe outer diameter
2. De-burr pipe ends.
3. Slide sleeve coupler all the way onto one end of the pipe.
4. Slide fitting onto the other end of the pipe.
5. Fit adapter into the remaining space of the pipe and de-burr.
6. Slide second sleeve coupler all the way onto the adapter.
7. Insert adapter and close both gaps by sliding the sleeve couplers.
Use REHAU lubricant liberally here.
Pulling out pipe ends for expansion joints.
By pulling out the spigot ends from the sleeves, the changes in length of
the pipe caused by temperature fluctuations are absorbed in the push-fit
sockets.
Each RAUPIANO PLUS pipe sleeve can accept the changes in length
of a waste pipe up to 3 m in length (coefficient of linear expansion in
accordance with DIN 53752 averages 0.09 mm/(m·K) at 0°C to 70°C).
Handling cut lengths and remaining lengths
Fig. 6-2 Using double sockets and sleeve couplers.
1 Double socket 3 Fixing clamp
2 Sleeve coupler 4 Guiding clamp
Fig. 6-3 Installing fitting.
1 Sleeve coupler da Pipe outer diameter
2 Adapter
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6.5 Connecting drain fitting
There are three options for connecting plumbing fixture drainage fittings
(e.g. air traps) to RAUPIANO plus drainage pipes or fittings:
- RAUPIANO PLUS connection pipe
- RAUPIANO PLUS connection bend
- RAUPIANO PLUS fitting with beaded rubber nipple
RAUPIANO PLUS fitting with beaded rubber nipple
1. Remove the installed sealing rubber from the pipe or fitting socket.
2. Insert rubber nipple with bead into the fitting socket.
3. Insert nozzle of the drain fitting of plumbing fixture into the rubber
nipple.
6.7 Below are the properties of the rubber sleeve adaptor.
Adapting to PVC system
MaterialRubber
Tightening device
Stainless-steel worm-gear clamps
Recommended tightening torque
3 Nm
Pressure resistance
1 bar
Chemical resistance
pH 2 - 12
Table 6-1 Properties of rubber sleeve adaptor.
RAUPIANO PLUS connection piece
6.6 Rubber sleeve adaptor for Cast Iron pipe or other materials
Installation steps:
1. Insert RAUPIANO PLUS pipe end into one end of the rubber sleeve
adaptor.
2. Insert Cast Iron / other material pipe end into the other end of the
rubber sleeve adaptor.
3. Tighten the worm-gear clamps on both ends of the rubber sleeve
adaptor without exceeding the maximum tightening torque.
The rubber sleeve adaptor can be installed on most Cast Iron and other
materials pipe sizes, the table below specifies the suitable dimensions of
Cast Iron or other pipe materials.
Fig. 6-6 Fig. 6-4 Rubber sleeve for same outer diameters DN110/DN110.
RAUPIANO PLUS connection pipe with rubber nipple.
1. Insert rubber nipple in the socket of the connection pipe.
2. Apply REHAU lubricant on the sealing lips of the rubber nipple.
3. Insert nozzle of drain fitting of plumbing fixture into the rubber nipple.
RAUPIANO PLUS connection bend
Article No.
Description
RAUPIANO PLUS
OD Size
OD of other
pipe material
Fig. 6-8
Adaptor fitting from RAUPIANO PLUS to PVC system.
If it is necessary to adapt to PVC systems which are manufactured
according to AS/NZS 1260, the simple adaptor from RAUPIANO PLUS
to PVC system is available. To install these adaptors, please follow the
following steps:
- apply primer and solvent cement on the correct part of the adaptor
- insert the solvent-cemented portion into a female socket of PVC fitting
- apply REHAU lubricant to the other portion of the adaptor and insert it
to RAUPIANO PLUS socket
125024-001
50/53-63
50
53 - 63
125034-001
75/75-89
75
75 - 89
123904-001
110/90
110
75 - 89
PVC
123914-001
110/110
110
100 - 115
adaptor
RAUPIANO PLUS
OD (mm)
PVC system
OD (mm)
DN 40/43
DN 40
40
DN 40
43
DN 50/56
DN 50
50
DN 50
56
DN 75/69
DN 75
75
DN 65
69
DN 90/82
DN 90
90
DN 80
82
Table 6-2 Suitable sizes for rubber sleeve adaptor.
These adaptors are made of PVC and available for the following sizes:
From
To
Table 6-3 Available adaptor sizes from RAUPIANO PLUS to PVC system.
Fig. 6-7 Fig. 6-5 RAUPIANO PLUS connection bend with rubber nipple.
1. Insert rubber nipple in the socket of the connection bend.
2. Apply REHAU lubricant on the sealing lips of the rubber nipple.
3. Insert nozzle of the drain fitting of plumbing fixture into the rubber
nipple.
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Rubber sleeve for different outer diameters DN110/DN 90.
For transition from RAUPIANO PLUS pipes to Cast Iron pipes or other
materials for drainage systems, rubber sleeve adaptors can be used.
These rubber sleeves come with rubber seal that is attached to the pipe
ends and two stainless-steel worm-gear clamps. These rubber sleeve
adaptors can be used in new construction or renovation works.
It is not necessary to adapt from RAUPIANO PLUS DN 110 to PVC system
DN 100 as they have exactly the same outer diameter of 110 mm. It is
possible to insert DN 100 PVC pipe into DN 110 RAUPIANO PLUS socket
after applying REHAU lubricant.
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6.8 Cleaning the waste pipe system
6.9
Socket plug
6.10
P-trap siphon
6.12 Installing pipes in masonry
Observe the applicable national regulations for recesses and slots in the
masonry.
- Make wall slots in such a way that the pipeline can be laid without
tension.
- Avoid sound bridges between the masonry and the pipe.
Fig. 6-10 RAUPIANO PLUS socket plug.
Fig. 6-9 RAUPIANO PLUS P-trap siphon provides 50 mm water seal to prevent foul
odour from coming out of the drainage lines. The P-trap siphon is to be
used together with DN 110 bend 45°.
RAUPIANO PLUS I.O. access pipe.
When installing this P-trap, it is important to install the pipe support
properly to ensure safe operation of the drainage system.
Installing access pipes enables mechanical cleaning of the waste pipe
system.
RAUPIANO PLUS access pipe is supplied with insert to ensure flushing
surface for smooth and uninterrupted water flow.
Fig. 6-11 RAUPIANO PLUS securing clip.
Place the insert into the access opening and tighten the screw cap with
rubber seal inserted.
Do not use sharp cleaning devices for mechanical cleaning.
Fig. 6-12 RAUPIANO PLUS P-trap siphon
The socket plug can be used to plug-off the pipe ends if they are not
in use. The socket plug is to be used together with the securing clip to
ensure a safe and tight jointing.
If the pipes will be plastered directly without using a plaster board (e.g.
brick rabitz, expanded metal baffle) or cladding:
- Cover pipes and fittings on all sides with flexible materials such as
mineral or glass wool or commercial insulation tubes beforehand.
- If using plaster boards, close the slot beforehand with mineral wool, for
example. This prevents sound bridges from forming between the pipe
and masonry when applying the plaster.
- Protect pipes and fittings from the effects of high temperatures
with appropriate measures for heating insulation at points at which
temperatures over 90°C are reached due to external influences.
The P-trap siphon can be supported by attaching a hook into the built-in
hole.
6.11 Installing pipes in installation shafts
The RAUPIANO PLUS waste pipes and fittings can be installed in
installation shafts without additional structure-borne noise insulation.
Heating and condensation-water insulations are only required in special
cases (e.g. inlying roof drainage).
Construct wall and ceiling penetrations with common moisture-protected
structure-borne noise insulations to acoustically decouple the pipelines.
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6.13 Installing pipes in concrete
When installing in concrete, we recommend decoupling the pipelines from
the main structure by using common moisture-protected structure-borne
noise insulations with a thickness greater than 4 mm. A limitation of the
sound-insulation effectiveness can be expected, however.
- Attach pipe components in such a way that a change in position during
concrete application is prevented.
- Ensure sufficient expansion joints when installing the pipe.
- Seal off sleeve gap with adhesive strips to prevent the penetration of
concrete.
- Seal off pipe openings before concrete application.
CAUTION
Danger of damage to property!
Damage to the pipelines!
- Avoid placing the weight of the concrete on the pipelines by making
provisions for dissipating the load, e.g. by using:
- Spacers in the case of reinforcing steels
- Carrying boxes
- Brackets
- Avoid walking on the pipes during concrete application.
6.14 Installation above suspended ceilings
6.16 Installation as stormwater piping
Installation above suspended ceiling might require additional acoustic
measures to ensure a high degree of sound insulation. The additional
acoustic measures depend on a few factors:
- The room type directly underneath the piping (wet areas, bedroom or
other habitable rooms)
- The construction type of the building
- The type of plasterboard used as suspended ceiling
- The expected water flow rate within the particular drainage line
- The desired acoustic level to be achieved
There is a risk of dew formation on the pipes installed as stormwater
piping within the building.
In general, it is unnecessary to take extra measures to sound-insulate
RAUPIANO Plus system when it is installed above wet areas and other
habitable rooms, with water flow rate taken into consideration. But if a
very high degree of acoustic requirement is specified for that particular
room, it is necessary to wrap RAUPIANO Plus system with sound
insulation that passes above that room.
6.15 Ceiling penetrations
Ceiling penetrations must be constructed to be moisture-proof and
sound-insulating. Fire-protection measurements may be necessary if
pipes penetrate through fire-rated building elements. Refer to chapter 4
for details.
If mastic asphalt is to be applied to the floor:
Protect exposed pipeline components with ceiling liner, protective sleeves
or by winding them with heat-insulating materials.
Condensation water appears when the temperature of the pipe walls
drops below the dew point temperature of the ambient air due to cold rain
water, for example. Humidity from the ambient air then condenses on the
pipe surface.
For this reason, all pipelines in the building on which condensation water
could form are to be provided with diffusion-proof insulation material.
Insulation of the collecting pipes in the cellar can be dispensed with if
there is no risk of dew formation. In general, this is the case with exposed
stormwater piping in unheated cellars if temperature equalisation occurs.
Condensation-water insulation materials
Closed-cell materials with high water vapour diffusion resistance are
recommended for use as condensation-water insulation. If open-cell or
fibrous insulation materials are used, they must have an impermeable
outer layer that is firmly attached to the insulation material.
- Close off all impact, groove, cut and end points of the insulation with a
permanent seal.
- Cut out insulation in the bracket area.
- Pull insulation material over the bracketed section and permanently
seal it to the neighbouring insulation material with adhesive.
Fixing of stormwater piping
To prevent the pipelines from sliding apart, a security clamp is to be
attached to the pipe directly below the supporting clamp.
Fig. 6-13 Recommended ceiling penetration practices.
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7.
fixing OF RAUPIANO PLUS
To achieve optimum sound insulation, use only RAUPIANO PLUS sound
dampening brackets during assembly.
3. Open supporting clamp, insert pipe with fastening clamp and close
supporting clamp.
Fixing plan for vertical stack
A plan for effective bracketing of a sound-insulating vertical stack with
RAUPIANO PLUS is displayed graphically (see Fig. 7-4).
RAUPIANO PLUS drainage pipes must be installed tension-free.
7.1 7.2 Support bracket for vertical stack
Every site is different; the installation practice described below might not
be applicable all the time.
The patented sound-dampening support bracket consists of a supporting
clamp and a fastening clamp. In general, one sound-dampening support
bracket per storey is sufficient.
Following above storeys (from bottom to top)
1. Install another RAUPIANO PLUS pipe after the branch of the lower
storey to penetrate the slab, use fire collar if necessary.
2. Install a branch after the vertical pipe.
3. Attach sound-dampening bracket directly below the socket of the
vertical pipe.
4. Install a guiding bracket below the sound-dampening bracket with a
distance of approximately 2/3 of the vertical pipe.
Transition to the collecting pipe (commonly at basement level)
1. Fit fastening clamp around the pipe and close it.
2. Assemble supporting clamp on masonry.
Fig. 7-2 Closing supporting clamp.
After installation, the fastening clamp fully lies on the supporting clamp.
This achieves optimum sound decoupling.
1. Create a flow redirection from vertical stack into the collecting pipe
by installing two 45° bends together with a short pipe in between
(RAUPIANO PLUS pipe 250 mm).
2. To minimize the distance from the ceiling to collecting pipe, embed
the socket of the first 45° bend (upper) in the ceiling area.
3. Use a fire collar if necessary.
Storey above the collecting pipe (from bottom to top)
Fig. 7-1 Supporting clamp assembled, opened.
A spacer is attached at the closure of the support clamp to prevent the
clamp being closed completely. This ensures minimum transmission of
structure-borne noise to the wall.
Fig. 7-3 Fully installed support bracket.
If there are short pipes (≤ 500 mm) installed within the vertical stack pipe,
no additional bracketing is necessary.
Additional securing bracket
To prevent the vertical stack pipes from sliding apart, additional security
bracket should be installed directly below the sound-dampening bracket:
- For single dwellings, only on the first storey.
- For multi-storey apartment buildings, on every third storey.
1. Install RAUPIANO PLUS pipe just above the first 45° bend.
2. Install a branch after the vertical pipe.
3. Attach sound-dampening bracket directly below the socket of the
vertical pipe.
4. Install a guiding bracket below the sound-dampening bracket with a
distance of approximately 2/3 of the vertical pipe.
- Although it is a good practice to install the sound-dampening bracket
directly below the pipe socket, it is not necessary to do so.
- The guiding bracket permits free longitudinal movement of RAUPIANO
PLUS pipe.
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8.
CERTIFICATIONS AND TEST REPORTS
7.3 RAUPIANO PLUS was approved by the following certification agencies ond others:
Bracketing plan for horizontal pipes
A plan for effective bracketing of a horizontal sound-insulating pipe with
RAUPIANO PLUS is displayed graphically (see Fig. 7-5).
1
2
4
ca. 2/3 . BL
3
1
2
ca. 2/3 . BL
PS 0397
Sound-dampening support brackets are not necessary for a horizontal
pipe.
Germany
Germany
Sweden
Norway
Finland
Russia
Denmark
Denmark
Poland
Austria
Hungary
Malaysia
- For short horizontal pipes (length ≤ 10 x pipe outer diameter),
assemble fixing clamp directly next to the pipe socket.
- For longer horizontal pipes (length > 10 x pipe outer diameter),
assemble additional guiding clamps:
- The distance between the fixing clamp and the guiding clamps
may not exceed ten times the pipe outer diameter da (see Fig. 7-5):
Spacing ≤ 10 x da.
3
1
2
1
2
ca. 2/3 . BL
3
5
3
5
max. 10 x d a
Fig. 7-4 Installation plan for vertical stack.
1 Fastening clamp (upper part of sound-dampening bracket)
2 Supporting clamp (bottom part of sound-dampening
bracket)
3 Guiding bracket (loose)
4 Fixing/security bracket (tight)
5 Fixing/security bracket (tight)
BL Pipe length
da Pipe outer diameter
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1
1
2
max. 10 x da
Fig. 7-5 Installation plan for horizontal pipeline.
1 Fixing bracket 2 Guiding bracket
7.4 da Pipe outer diameter
Short pipes and fittings
If pipe sections with fittings or short pipes are formed:
- Prevent the pipe components from sliding apart with fixing brackets.
- Secure socket plug from being pushed out by installing securing clip.
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9.
RAUPIANO PLUS
10.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
CHEMICAL RESISTANCE
Material PP-MD mineral-reinforced (pipes and fittings)
Size range DN 40 – DN 200
Area of application Drainage pipes in buildings and above ground installation
Chemical resistance Polypropylene basis in accordance with DIN 8078
No waste water containing benzene
Seals made of SBR DIN 4060, DIN EN 681-1
Application Waste water with ph value 2 – 12
Waste water temperature up to 95°C (brief periods) or 90°C (continuous load)
Density Pipes 1.9 g/cm3
Fittings 1.1 – 1.9 g/cm3
Coefficient of thermal expansion 0.09 mm/m·K DIN 53752
Ring stiffness > 4 kN/m2 DIN EN ISO 9969
2
Tensile strength > 16 N/mm DIN EN ISO 527-3
Elongation before breaking Approx. 150 % DIN EN ISO 527-3
Modulus of elasticity
Approx. 2,700 N/mm2 DIN EN ISO 527-2
MFR 190/5 Approx. 1.7 g/10 min. DIN EN ISO 1133
MFR 230/2,16 Approx. 0,82 g/10 min. DIN EN ISO 1133
Pressure resistance
1 bar (10 m water column)
Pipe structure Pipes features innovative three-layer structure
- Impact-resistant and shock-proof PP outer layer
- Highly rigid middle layer made of mineral-reinforced PP
- Abrasion-resistant and very slick inner layer
Fittings
- Mass optimisation in redirection area for increased sound insulation DN 90 – DN 160
Halogen contents Halogen-free (no F, Cl, Br, J)
Connection Push-fit socket with factory-installed lip sealing ring
Fire behaviour B2 (normally inflammable) In accordance with DIN 4102
D,S3-dO
In accordance with EN 13501-1
System compatibility No adapters for HT or KG pipes required, adapters to Cast Iron and PVC system are available
Standards and approval
System test according to AS/NZS 7671
Watermark WM 70060
Sound insulation Tested to ISO 140 methodology. Sound insulation performance rated according to ISO 717.
Fulfils BCA/NCC requirement of Rw + Ctr 40 for habitable rooms without acoustic lagging.
Independent monitoring Süddeutsches Kunststoffzentrum (SKZ), Germany
Fire load The RAUPIANO PLUS fire load was determined by MPA. It is
- 14,992 kJ/kg
Transferred to a DN 110 RAUPIANO PLUS pipe:
- 7.9 kWh/m
- 28,464.8 kJ/m
Pipe and fitting
Rubber sealing ring
The specifications are used for the initial orientation of the chemical
resistance of the material (not of the possible influence of the corrosive
agent) and cannot simply be applied to all usage scenarios. Mechanical
behaviour can be impaired in cases where tension and the presence of
chemicals occur simultaneously (tension-fracture corrosion).
The types of rubber used generally exhibit quite good chemical
resistance, but components of esters, ketones and aromatic and
chlorinated hydrocarbons in sewer water expand heavily, which can lead
to damage of the connection.
If in doubt, we recommend testing the suitability of the pipe, fitting and
seal material in existing systems or have them checked in a laboratory.
Contact our applications department if necessary.
Tab. 9-1 Technical specifications.
36
Table legend
r = resistant
cr = conditionally resistant
nr = not resistant
– = not tested
Reagent 2-Propen-1-ol Acetaldehyde + acetic acid Acetaldehyde, aqueous Acetaldehyde, concentrated Acetate ether Acetic acid, aqueous Acetic acid, concentrated Acetic anhydride Acetone Acetone, aqueous Acronal dispersions Acronal solutions Acrylic acid ethyl ester Adipic acid, aqueous Aluminium chloride Concentr. Temp. RAUPP
%°C
96
20
r
96
60r
90/10 20 –
40 40 r
100 20 –
100 20 –
up to 25
40
r
up to 25
60
r
25–60
60
r
80
40r
95 40 –
100
20
r
100 40cr
100 60cr
100
20
r
100 60r
traces 20 r
com. avail. 20 –
com. avail. 20 –
100 20 –
saturated 20
r
saturated 60
–
diluted
40
r
diluted 60r
saturated 60
r
Reagent Aluminium sulfate, aqueous Alums, aqueous Ammonia, gas Ammonia, liquid Ammonium chloride, aqueous Ammonium fluoride, aqueous Ammonium hydroxide Ammonium nitrate, aqueous Ammonium sulfate, aqueous Ammonium sulfide, aqueous Aniline hydrochloride, aqueous Concentr. Temp. RAUPP
%°C
diluted
40
r
diluted 60r
saturated 60
r
diluted
40
r
diluted 60r
saturated 60
r
100 60 r
100 20 r
diluted
40
r
diluted 60r
saturated 60
r
up to 20
20
r
up to 20
60
r
warm sat. 40
r
warm sat. 60
r
diluted
40
r
diluted 60r
saturated 60
r
diluted
40
r
diluted 60r
saturated 60
r
diluted
40
r
diluted 60r
saturated 60
r
saturated 20
r
saturatedr 60
r
37
Reagent Aniline, aqueous Aniline, pure Animal glue Anthraquinonesulfonic acid, aqueous
Antiformin, aqueous Antimony chloride, aqueous Arsenic acid, aqueous Beef tallow emulsion, sulphonated Beer Beer colouring agent Benzaldehyde, aqueous Benzene Benzoic acid, aqueous Bisulphite solution, w/ SO2 Bleaching liquour,
containing 12.5 % active chlorine
Borax, aqueous Boric acid, aqueous Brandy Bromine fumes Bromine, liquid Butadiene Butane, gaseous Butanediol Butanediol, aqueous Butanol Butyl acetate 38
Concentr.
Temp. RAUPP
%°C
saturated
20
r
saturated
60
r
100
20
r
100
60r
custom. conc. 20
r
custom. conc. 60
r
suspension 30 r
2
20 –
90 20 r
diluted
40
r
diluted 60r
80
40r
80
60r
com. avail. 20 –
com. avail. 20 r
com. avail. 60 r
0,1 60 –
100 20 cr
any
20
r
any
40r
any
60r
warm sat. 50 r
usage conc. 40
–
usage conc. 60
cr
diluted
40
r
diluted 60r
saturated
60
r
diluted
40
r
diluted 60r
saturated
60
r
com. avail. 20 r
minimal 20 nr
100 20 nr
100 60 –
50 20 r
up to 100 20 –
up to 10
20
r
up to 10
40
r
up to 10
60
r
up to 100
20
r
up to 100
40
r
up to 100
60
cr
100 20 cr
Reagent Butylene, liquid Butylphenol Butynediol
Butyric acid, aqueous Calcium chloride, aqueous Calcium nitrate, aqueous Carbolineum, aqueous Carbon dioxide, aqueous under 8 atmospheric pressures
Carbon dioxide, dry Carbon dioxide, moist Carbon disulfide Carbon tetrachloride, technical Caustic potash solution, aqueous Caustic soda, aqueous Chloramine, aqueous Chloric acid, aqueous Chlorine water Chlorine, gaseous, dry Chlorine, gaseous, moist Chlormethyl Chloroacetic acid (mono) Chloroacetic acid (mono) aqueous Chlorosulfonic acid Chromic acid, aqueous Concentr.
Temp. RAUPP
%°C
100 20 –
100 20 r
up to100 40 –
20
20
r
concentr. 20r
diluted
40
r
diluted 60r
saturated
60
r
50 40 r
usage conc. 20 –
saturated 20
–
100 any
any
100 100 up to 40
up to 40
50/60
up to 40
up to 40
50/60
diluted 1
1
10
10
20
20
saturated 100 0,5
1
5
100 100
100
85 100 up to 50
up to 50
60 r
40
r
60r
20 cr
20 nr
40
r
60
r
60
r
40
r
60
r
60
r
20 –
40
–
60
–
40
–
60
–
40
–
60
–
20 cr
20 nr
20
nr
20nr
20nr
20 –
40
r
60
–
20 r
20 nr
40
–
60
cr
Reagent Chromic acid/Sulphuric acid/Water Cider Citric acid, aqueous Clophene Coconut fat alcohol Copper fluoride, aqueous Copper sulfate, aqueous Cresol, aqueous Crotonaldehyde Cyclohexanol Cyclohexanone Cyclohexanone Densodrin W Dextrin, aqueous Dextrose, aqueous Diethylether Diglycol acid, aqueous Dimethyl sulfate, aqueous Dimethylamine, liquid Disulfuric acid Ethanol (fermentation mash) Ethanol, aqueous Ethanol, denatured (with 2 % tolulene)
Ethanol+ acetic acid (fermentation mash)
Ethyl acetate Ethylene chloride Concentr.
Temp. RAUPP
%°C
50/15/35
40
nr
50/15/35
60
nr
com. avail. 20 r
up to 10
40
r
up to 10
60
r
saturated
60
r
com. avail. 20
–
com. avail. 60
–
100
20
r
100
60cr
2
50 r
diluted
40
r
diluted 60r
saturated
60
r
up to 90 45 –
100 20 r
100 20 r
100 20 r
100 20 r
com. avail. 60 –
saturated
20
r
18
60r
saturated
20
b
saturated
60
b
100 20 cr
30
60
r
saturated
20
r
up to 50
20
r
up to 50
40
r
100
40
–
100
60
–
100 30 –
10 20 nr
common
40
r
common
60
–
any
20
r
96
60r
96 20 cr
common 20 r
100
100
100 20
cr
60nr
20 nr
Reagent Ethylene oxide, liquid Exhaust gas, w/ H2CO3 Exhaust gas, w/ HF Exhaust gas, w/ NOX Exhaust gases, w/ H2S2O7
Exhaust gases, w/ H2SO4, moist Exhaust gases, w/ HCl Exhaust gases, w/ SO2 Fatty acids Ferric chloride, aqueous Fertilizer salts, aqueous Fluorsilicic acid, aqueous Formaldehyde, aqueous Formic acid Formic acid, aqueous Frigen Fruit pulp Glucose, aqueous Glycerine, aqueous Glycine, aqueous Glycol, aqueous Glycolic acid, aqueous Hexantriol Hydrobromic acid, aqueous Hydrochloric acid, aqueous Concentr.
Temp. RAUPP
%°C
100 20 –
any 60 r
traces 60 r
traces
60
r
higher
60
–
lower
20
–
higher
20
nr
any 60 r
any 60 r
lower
60
r
50
50
–
100 60 cr
up to 10
40
r
up to 10
60
r
saturated
60
r
up to 10
40
r
up to 10
60
r
saturated
60
r
up to 32 60 –
diluted
40
r
diluted 60r
40
30r
100
20
r
100
60cr
up to 50
40
r
50
60r
100 20 cr
custom. conc. 20 r
saturated
20
r
saturated
60
r
any 60 r
10 40 r
com. avail. 60 r
37 20 r
com. avail. 60 r
up to 10
40
r
up to 10
60
r
48
60r
up to 30
40
r
up to 30
60
r
over 30
20
r
over 30
60
r
39
Reagent Hydrofluoric acid, aqueous Hydrogen Hydrogen peroxide, aqueous Hydrogen phosphide Hydrogen sulfide, dry Hydrogen sulfide, aqueous Hydrosulfite, aqueous Hydroxylamine sulfate, aqueous Lactic acid, aqueous Lead acetate, aqueous Lead tetraethyl Magnesium chloride, aqueous Magnesium sulfate, aqueous Maleic acid, aqueous Malic acid, aqueous Mersol D Methanol Methyl amine Methylene chloride Milk 40
Concentr.
Temp. RAUPP
%°C
up to 40
20
r
40
60r
60
20r
70
20r
100 60 r
up to 30
20
r
up to 20
50
r
100 20 –
100 60 r
warm sat.
40
r
warm sat.
60
r
up to 10
40
r
up to 10
60
r
up to 12 35 r
up to 10
40
r
up to 10
60
r
90
60r
warm sat.
50
r
diluted 40r
diluted 60r
saturated
60
r
100 20 r
diluted
40
r
diluted 60r
saturated
60
r
diluted
40
r
diluted 60r
saturated
60
r
saturated
40
r
saturated
60
r
35
40r
1
20 r
custom. conc. 40 –
100
40
r
100
60r
32 20 r
100 20 nr
com. avail. 20 r
Reagent Mixed acid (Sulfuric acid/Nitric acid/Water)
Molasses Molasses wort Mowilith D Nekal, BX, aqueous Nickel sulfate, aqueous Nicotine compounds, aqueous Nicotine, aqueous Nitric acid, aqueous Nitrous gasses Oils and greases Oleic acid Oleum vapour Oxalic acid, aqueous Oxygen Ozone Palm kernel oil acid Paraffin emulsions Perchloric acid, aqueous Petrol Concentr.
Temp. RAUPP
%°C
48/49/3
20
nr
48/49/3
40
nr
50/50/0
20
nr
50/50/0
40
nr
10/20/70
50
cr
10/87/3
20
nr
50/31/19
30
nr
custom. conc. 20
r
custom. conc. 60
r
custom. conc. 60 r
com. avail. 20 –
diluted
40
–
diluted
60
–
diluted
40
r
diluted 60r
saturated
60
r
usage conc. 20 –
usage conc. 20 –
up to 30
50
r
30/50
50
nr
98
20nr
98
60nr
concentr.
20
r
concentr.
60
–
com. avail. 60 cr
com. avail. 60 cr
lower
20
cr
higher
20
nr
diluted
40
r
diluted 60r
saturated
60
r
any 60 –
100
20
cr
10
30r
100 60 –
com. avail. 20
–
com. avail. 40
–
up to 10
40
r
up to 10
60
r
saturated
60
–
100 60 nr
Reagent Petrol-benzene mixture Phenol, aqueous Phenylhydrazine Phenylhydrazine hydrochloride, aqueous
Phosgene, aqueous Phosgene, gaseous Phosphoric acid, aqueous Phosphorous pentoxide Phosphorous trichloride Photographic developers Photographic emulsions Photographic fixers Picric acid, aqueous Potash, aqueous Potassium borate, aqueous Potassium bromate, aqueous Potassium bromide, aqueous Potassium chlorate, aqueous Potassium chloride, aqueous Potassium chromate, aqueous Potassium cyanide, aqueous Potassium dichromate, aqueous Potassium ferrocyanide Potassium ferrocyanide, aqueous Concentr.
Temp. RAUPP
%°C
80/20 20 cr
up to 90
45
r
1
20
–
100
20
cr
100
60
–
saturated
20
–
saturated
60
–
100 20 nr
100
20
cr
100
60cr
up to 30
40
r
up to 30
60
r
40
60r
80
20r
80
60r
100 20 r
100 20 r
com. avail. 40 r
any 40 –
com. avail. 40 r
1
20 r
saturated 40 –
1
40
r
1
60r
up to 10
40
r
up to 10
60
r
diluted
40
r
diluted 60r
saturated
60
r
1
40
r
1
60r
diluted
40
r
diluted 60r
saturated
60
r
40 20 r
up to 10
40
r
up to 10
60
r
saturated
60
r
40 20 r
diluted 40 r
diluted
60
r
saturated
60
r
Reagent Potassium nitrate, aqueous Potassium permanganate, aqueous Potassium persulfate, aqueous Propane, gaseous Propane, liquid Propargyl alcohol, aqueous Pure acetic acid Ramasite Roaster gases, dry Seawater Silicic acid, aqueous Silver nitrate, aqueous Soap solution, aqueous Soda, aqueous Sodium benzoate, aqueous
Sodium chlorate, aqueous Sodium chlorite, aqueous Sodium hydrosulfite, aqueous Sodium hypochlorite, aqueous Concentr.
Temp. RAUPP
%°C
diluted
40
r
diluted 60r
saturated
60
r
up to 6
20
r
up to 6
40
r
up to 6
60
r
up to 18
40
–
diluted
40
r
diluted 60r
saturated
40
r
saturated
60
r
100 20 –
100 20 –
7
60 r
100
20
r
100
40r
com. avail. 20
–
com. avail. 40
–
any 60 r
–
40
r
–
60
r
any 60 r
up to 8
40
r
up to 8
60
r
concentrated 20
r
concentrated60 r
diluted
40
r
diluted 60r
saturated
60
r
up to 10
40
r
up to 10
60
r
36
60r
up to 10
40
r
up to 10
60
r
saturated
60
r
50
20
r
diluted 60nr
diluted
40
r
diluted 60r
saturated
60
r
diluted 20 r
41
RAUPIANO PLUS
11.
STANDARDS, REGULATIONS AND GUIDELINES
Reagent Sodium sulfide, aqueous Spirits Starch syrup Starch, aqueous Stearic acid Sulphur dioxide, aqueous under 8 atmospheric pressures
Sulphur dioxide, liquid Sulphur dioxide, moist and aqueous Sulphur dixode, dry Sulphuric acid, aqueous Table salt, aqueous Tallow Tanigan extra A, aqueous Tanigan extra B, aqueous Tanigan extra D, aqueous Tanigan F, aqueous Tanigan U, aqueous Tanning extracts, cellul. Tanning extracts, natural 42
Concentr.
Temp. RAUPP
%°C
diluted
40
r
diluted 60r
saturated
60
r
com. avail. 20 r
custom. conc. 60 r
any
40
r
any
60r
100 60 cr
saturated 20 –
100
100
100
any
50
any
any up to 40
up to 40
70
70
80–90
96
96
diluted
diluted
saturated
100
100
any any saturated
saturated
saturated saturated
saturated
common common –10 –
20r
60r
40
r
50r
60r
60 r
40
r
60
r
20r
60cr
40
cr
20r
60nr
40
r
60r
60
r
20
r
60r
20 –
20 –
40
–
60
–
60 –
40
–
60
–
20 r
20 r
Reagent Tartaric acid, aqueous Thionyl chloride Tin (II) chloride, aqueous Toluene Trichloroethylene Triethanolamine Trilone Trimethylolpropane, aqueous Urea, aqueous Urine Vinegar (wine vinegar) Vinyl acetate Water Wax alcohol Wine, red and white Xylene Yeast wort Zinc chloride, aqueous Zinc sulphate, aqueous Concentr.
Temp. RAUPP
%°C
up to 10
40
r
up to 10
60
r
saturated
60
r
100 20 nr
diluted
40
r
diluted 60r
saturated
60
r
100 20 nr
100 20 nr
100 20 r
com. avail. 60 –
up to 10
40
–
up to 10
60
–
com. avail. 40
r
com. avail. 60
r
up to 10
40
r
up to 10
60
r
33
60r
normal
40
r
normal 60r
com. avail. 40
r
com. avail. 50
r
com. avail. 60
r
100 20 r
100
r
100r
100 60 cr
com. avail. 20 r
100 20 nr
custom. conc. 40
r
custom. conc. 60
r
diluted
40
r
diluted 60r
saturated
60
r
diluted
40
r
diluted 60r
saturated
60
r
AS 1530.4
Method for fire tests on building materials, components and structures
Part 4: Fire-resistance test of elements of construction
DIN EN 476
General requirements for components used in discharge pipes, drains
and sewers for gravity systems
AS 2887
Plastic waste fittings
DIN EN 681
Elastomeric seals
Material requirements for pipe joint seals used in water and drainage
applications
AS/NZS 3500.2
Plumbing and drainage
Part 2: Sanitary plumbing and drainage
DIN EN 752
Drain and sewer systems outside buildings
AS/NZS 7671
Plastic piping systems for soil and waste drainage (low and high
temperature) inside buildings - Polypropylene (PP)
DIN EN 1610
Construction and testing of drains and sewers
DIN 1054
Ground – Verification of the safety of earthworks and foundations
DIN EN 12056
Gravity drainage systems inside buildings
DIN 1055 Part 2
Design loads for buildings; soil characteristics; specific weight, angle of
friction, cohesion, angle of wall friction
General building construction approval from the German
Institute of Building Technology (DIBt)
Approval Z-42.1-223
RAUPIANO PLUS waste pipes and fittings
Approval Z-19.17-1662
REHAU PLUS fireproofing collar system
Approval Z-19.17-1363
REHAU “kompakt” fireproofing collar system
Approval Z-19.17-1268
REHAU angled fireproofing collar system
DIN 1986
Drainage systems on private ground
DIN 4060
Pipe joint assemblies with elastomer seals for use in drains and sewers,
requirements and tests
DIN 4102
Fire behaviour of building materials and elements
DIN 4124
Excavations and trenches – Slopes, planking and strutting, breadths of
working spaces
43
APPROVALMARK CERTIFICATION
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NOTES
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NOTES
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