Tigris K1 - RIBA Product Selector

Tigris K1 - RIBA Product Selector
Tigris K1
Press-fit Plumbing
Installer guide
Contents
Tigris K1
Introduction2
Features and benefits
3
Installation and assembly
4 – 26
Installer information
Pipe preparation and assembly
Connecting to copper
Pipe: Bending, mounting and expansion
Calculating pipe length changes
Fixing intervals
Pipe installation considerations
Safety and maintenance of press-fit tools
Press-fit tool and jaw compatibility
System testing and initial operation
Pressure test procedure
4–6
7–8
9 – 11
11 – 12
13 – 15
16 – 17
18 – 20
21 – 22
23 – 24
25
26
Product selector
27 – 31
Pipe27
Fittings
27 – 29
Accessories and tools
30 – 31
Wavin Tigris K1 Installer Guide
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Introduction
Tigris K1
Tigris K1 is a press-fit plumbing system designed for potable
water, sanitary and heating applications. With WRAS, DVGW and
KIWA approvals, it is ideally suited for installation on commercial
projects such as educational establishments, apartment blocks
and hotels.
The Tigris K1 system comprises multilayer composite pipe
and high quality polyphenylsulphone (PPSU) fittings with a
fixed stainless steel sleeve, in sizes (outside diameter) 16mm,
20mm, 25mm, 32mm, 40mm, 50mm and 63mm. Fittings are
compressed onto the pipe using a battery or mains-powered
press-fit tool in an operation that takes a fraction of the time of
traditional soldering techniques.
Already widely specified and accorded a design award in
Europe, Wavin Tigris K1 is the proven and perfected system for
commercial plumbing and heating projects.
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Features and Benefits
The Tigris K1 system offers a number of advantages when
compared to both traditional materials and similar products:
Patented hexagonal head shape means low insertion force is
required at assembly
Due to the flexible nature of multilayer pipe, Tigris K1
requires minimal fittings thereby reducing installation time
and cost and improving flow rates
Metal layer in the pipe means it is resistant to oxygen
diffusion and dimensionally stable
Thermal expansion is comparable with copper
Plastic layers in the pipe mean it is flexible and corrosion
resistant
High resistance to scale build-up and stress-cracking
High pressure and temperature resistance
Quick, simple and safe jointing method resulting in installed
cost savings when compared to traditional systems
Defined leak function to reveal unpressed fittings at pressure
test
Proven press-fit technique, with no soldering, welding or
thread-cutting required and no costly hot works insurance
permits needed.
Metal layer in pipe can be detected in walls or floors through
the use of a detecting device
Light in weight, particularly in comparison to screwed steel
products
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Storage and handling
The Wavin system components are well protected in the
original packaging. Nonetheless, all components (fittings and
pipes) should be protected from mechanical and environmental
damage.
Impairment due to ultraviolet radiation
Wavin multilayer composite pipes must be protected from
direct, intense sunlight and ultraviolet (UV) radiation. This applies
both for the storage of the pipes and for finished installation.
Storage must therefore not take place in the open air. Suitable
measures must be taken to protect finished systems and system
components from the effects of UV rays.
Observe press and push-fit fitting assembly instructions
Always cut the pipe to length at right angles
Calibrate and chamfer the pipe end all round
Push the pipe into the fitting to the stop
Check the press fitting observation window
Press in the case of the press fittings
See pages 18 – 27 for detailed installation and assembly
information
Potential equalisation
Building and electrical regulations such as VDI 0190 parts 410
and 540 demand potential equalisation between earth wires and
“conductive“ water, waste water and heating pipes. As Wavin
Hot and Cold Water Systems do not represent conductive pipe
systems, they cannot be used for potential equalisation and are
accordingly not to be earthed. An approved electrician must
check that the installation of Wavin Tigris K1 does not impair the
existing electrical protective and earthing measures.
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Installation temperature
The installation temperature for Wavin pipe systems should not
fall below -10ºC.
The operating temperatures of the new pressing machines with
the Li-ion batteries from the Wavin range must be above -15°C
nor above 40°C. The optimum processing range for Wavin Tigris
K1 system components lies roughly between 5ºC and 25ºC.
Frost protection
When using Wavin Hot and Cold Water Systems with pipe
networks that require protection from frost (e.g. cold water
networks, brine pipes), we recommend the use of ethylene
glycol (to protect from risk of freezing). Ethylene glycol can be
used up to a maximum concentration of 35%. This concentration
roughly corresponds to frostproofing of -22ºC. Before using
alternative frost protection additives, confirm the suitability/
approval with the manufacturer or with Wavin.
Sealing
The assembly of a threaded connection must be in accordance
with DIN 30 660. We strongly recommend the use of PTFE /
Teflon Tape to seal the connection. Alternatively hemp may be
used but only in conjunction with an approved plastic sealing
compound such as Fermit. Restrict the amount of hemp as too
great a quantity can result in damage to the internal threads and
cross-threading. When using hemp make sure that the thread
tips remain visible.
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Contact with substances containing solvents
Avoid direct contact of Wavin Hot and Cold Water Systems with
solvents or construction materials containing solvents (such as
paints, sprays, expanding foams, adhesives).
Note: Specifically chemical sealants (e.g. Loctite) and adhesives
(e.g. 2-part adhesives) must not be used. Expanding foams
produced on the basis of methacrylate, isocyanate and acrylate
must not be used.
Under unfavourable circumstances, aggressive chemicals that
are present may cause damage to the plastic material.
The Wavin systems do not require the use of any chemical
substance or additional lubrication during installation.
Statement on continuously operated recirculating
systems
Tigris K1 may be suitable for use in continuously operated
recirculating systems but operating parameters need to be
approved by Wavin technical management.
Contact Wavin Technical on 0844 8565165 to discuss approval.
Definitions – Continuously operated re-circulating systems or
Secondary Hot Water Circulation/Ring main installations. These
differ from conventional hot water supply and central heating
systems found in domestic properties. Continuously operated
re-circulating systems are water-replenished systems which are
maintained at a constant high temperature to provide a constant
source of hot water and are used to distribute constant hot water
to draw off points that may be distant from the heat source or hot
water storage vessel. Applications include multi residential
properties like care homes and hotels.
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Pipe Preparation and Assembly
Step 1: Cut the pipe square
Combination cutters (with pipe holder) for the dimension
16 – 25mm
Pipe cutter for the dimension 32 – 63mm
Step 2: Calibrate and chamfer the pipe
Dimensions 16 – 25mm: all-round chamfer of depth min. 1mm
Dimensions 32 – 63 mm: all-round chamfer of depth min.
2mm
Max. battery or drilling machine rotation speed should be 500
rpm
Remove accumulated shavings from the battery calibrating
pin
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Step 3: Check fitting and insert pipe
Check the fitting and ‘o’ ring are clean and that all
components are seated in the correct position
Push the pipe into the fitting until it is visible in the window
Step 4: Press the fitting to connect it securely to the pipe
Fit the correctly sized press-fit jaws to your press-fit tool
The pressing jaws must be positioned on the inner stop of
the press sleeve
Activate the tool by pressing the trigger. Open the press-fit
jaws and remove the pressed fitting
The pressing process may be executed only once per
connection
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Assembly Instructions for Tigris K1
Press Transition to Copper
Step 1: Attach the press fitting to the copper pipe
Slide the press connection into the copper fitting and
press according to the specifications of the copper fitting
manufacturer. A minimum space of 5mm must be observed
between the soldered joint and outer edge of the copper
fitting
Step 2: Cut pipe
Cut multilayer composite pipes of dimensions 16 – 25mm to
length at right angles with the combination scissors
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Step 3: Calibrate and chamfer the pipe
After deburring, an all-round chamfer of at least 1 mm (Da 16
– 25) must be visible
The maximum rotation speed when using the calibrator on
the battery or drilling machine is 500 rpm. After use, remove
accumulated shavings from the battery calibrating pin
Step 4: Insert the pipe into the press fitting
Push the pipe into the fitting to the stop
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Step 5: Press the fitting to connect it securely to the pipe
The pressing jaws must be positioned on the inner stop of
the press sleeve
The pressing process must be executed only once per
connection
Attention: DO NOT solder, otherwise the sealing rings on the
press transition to copper may be damaged
Bending Wavin multilayer composite pipes
The pipe is easy to bend: by hand, with the aid of the bending
spring.
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Table 3: Minimum bending radii with and without aids
Measurement
Da x s (mm)
Bending radius
By hand (mm)
Bending radius
Bending spring (mm)
16 x 2.0
5 x ø ≈ 80
4 x ø ≈ 64
20 x 2.25
5 x ø ≈ 100
4 x ø ≈ 80
25 x 2.5
5 x ø ≈ 125
4 x ø ≈ 100
32 x 3.0
–
–
40 x 4.0
–
–
50 x 4.5
–
–
63 x 6.0
–
–
Installation and Fixing
Basics
The mountings used must be adequate for fixing the composite
pipe in the respective nominal diameter. Fixing systems with a
sound insulation insert are recommended.
The expected length expansion based on maximum temperature
feed and line length must be taken into account. A distinction
is generally drawn between fixed points and floating points as
fixing methods. Fixed points divide the pipeline element into
separate sections. In the case of straight pipe routes, a fixed
point is to be applied at the mid-point. No fixed points should be
applied directly at fittings that are used for a change of direction.
Sufficient stability of the fixed points is required in order to
effectively absorb the expansion forces occurring. A short
distance to the ceiling must be observed.
Vertical lines, e.g. such as risers, can generally be installed only
with fixed point clips. Here, fixing should be in front of or behind
each storey branch. By contrast, floating point fixings guarantee
expansion and movement of the pipeline concerned. For more
information about this, please refer to the next chapter.
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Consideration of thermally induced length expansion
All pipe materials expand on heating and contract on cooling.
In the case of the piping for tap water systems (particularly with
heated tap water) and heating pipes, the temperature based
length expansion of the materials must always be taken into
account.
The temperature difference and pipe length constructed determine
the length change. On assembly, the movement possibilities for
each direction change must be taken into account.
Irrespective of the pipe size, the coefficient of expansion of Wavin
multilayer composite pipes is 0.025 – 0.030mm/m·K.
The length changes of Wavin multilayer composite pipes as
expected in operation with different pipe lengths and temperature
differences can be determined from the following diagram.
Figure 5: Length changes of Wavin multilayer composite pipes
Thermal length expansion of Wavin multi-layer
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21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
Pipe length [m]
Length expansion [mm]
composite pipes (based on a = 0.025 mm/m·K)
3
2
1
0
20
40
60
80
Temperature difference [k]
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Table 4:
Formula to calculate pipe length changes
The length changes
can likewise be
calculated using the
following formula:
∆l =  x l x ∆
∆l = Length expansion (mm)
a = Coefficient of length expansion
(mm/m.K)
l = Pipeline length (m)
∆ = Temperature difference (K)
Sample calculation:
Wavin Tigris K1 hot water pipe
Pipe length (l) 12m
Lowest ambient temperature 10ºC
Medium temperature 60ºC
Maximum length expansion under
operating conditions
∆l =  x l x ∆
60k – 10k = 50k
0.025 mm/m.K x 12m x 50K = 15mm
Maximum length expansion under
operating conditions = 15mm
Given:
Sought:
Result:
Absorption of length changes by bending joints
In the case of a change of direction, the thermal length expansion
of a pipeline can often be offset within the pipe layout by bending
joints and expansion U-bends.
The length of the bending joint can be determined by calculation
or taken from the diagram below.
LB = C
d · ∆L
Key:
LB = Length of the bending joint
[mm]
d = External pipe diameter
[mm]
∆L
= Length change[mm]
C = Material-dependent constant for Wavin multilayer
composite pipe
(= 30)
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Figure 6: Bending joint classification of Wavin multilayer
composite pipes
Bending joint classification
1600
50 x 4,50
1400
40 x 4,00
32 x 3,00
Bending joint LB [mm]
1200
25 x 2,50
20 x 2,25
16 x 2,00
14 x 2,00
1000
800
600
400
200
0
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
External pipe diameter Da [mm]
Wavin multi-layer composite pipe
50
Length expansion [mm]
Table 5:
Sample calculation
Given:
Sought:
Result:
Length change = 20mm
Pipe diameter d = 25 x 2.5mm
Constant c for Tigris K1 = 30
Length of the bending joints LB
650mm, from diagram (see Figure 6)
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Figure 7: Floating and fixed point mountings
FP
GL
FP
GL
FP
FP
FP
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FP = Fixed point
GL = Slider point
Fixing intervals
Pipelines on a supporting base must be fixed in accordance with
DIN 18560 part 2, section 4.1.
The number of fixing components is essentially dependent on the
piping in the respective construction project. As the calculation
basis with straight piping, a fixing component can be attached
at approx. 1 m pipe length. In the areas of diversions, at least
two fixing components are to be affixed (before and after the
diversion curve).
Because of their dimensional stability, Wavin multilayer composite
pipes installed in exposed locations require no supporting aids
e.g. such as a supporting shell or support tube. They can be
fixed at the intervals specified in the following table.
Table 6: Pipe clamp intervals for Wavin multilayer composite
pipes installed in exposed locations
Dimensions (mm)
Fixing interval (m)
16 x 2.0
1.00
20 x 2.25
1.20
25 x 2.5
1.50
32 x 3.0
1.50
40 x 4.0
1.80
50 x 4.5
1.80
63 x 6.0
2.00
The type and intervals of the attachments/fixings are dependent
on pressure, temperature, medium and installation situation. The
pipe attachments/fixings must be properly designed according
to the total mass (pipe weight + weight of the water + weight
of the insulation), in accordance with the recognised codes of
practice.
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Table 7: Pipe masses
Pipe mass
Pipe
+ water
mass +
+ Iso
water +
13mm
Iso 9mm
kg/m
kg/m
Dimensions
(mm)
Pipe
mass
kg/m
Pipe
mass +
water
kg/m
16 x 2.0
0.095
0.202
0.232
0.250
20 x 2.25
0.138
0.330
0.364
0.384
25 x 2.5
0.220
0.558
0.596
0.620
32 x 3.0
0.340
0.942
0.988
1.012
40 x 4.0
0.605
1.605
–
–
50 x 4.5
0.840
2.480
–
–
63 x 6.0
1.340
3.380
–
–
Pipes in screed or concrete
Due to the relatively low expansion forces, no compensation
measures are required in the case of direct embedding of the
pipes. Because of the slight plastic malleability of Wavin multilayer
composite pipes, the length changes are absorbed by the pipe
wall. Moreover, the respective requirements for heat protection
(see the energy saving regulation section in this handbook) and
impact noise insulation must be observed.
Pipes in the floor construction
As multilayer composite pipes can move axially within the
insulation with little resistance, the expected length changes
must be absorbed. Right angle diversions in the insulating layer
must be arranged such that length changes that occur in the
respective sections are absorbed by the insulation thickness in
the curve area.
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Wavin Hot and Cold Water Systems already laid in the ground are
exposed to many potential impacts on site during the construction
phase, from scaffolding, ladders or other objects. Damage to
the pipe/fitting or even the insulation must be avoided. Before
installing further floor construction, a check should therefore
be conducted for damage. Any damage to the pipe insulation
should be repaired in all cases in order to avoid the risk of the
formation of impact noise bridges or reduced sound insulation
(see also the section on sound insulation in this handbook).
Causes of damage in floating screeds are often due to several
pipe strings installed under the screed plate.
The following principles should be observed when installing pipe
strings in the floor construction:
Use heat and sound insulated pipelines
Use sound insulated pipe fixing
Avoid pipe crossings as much as possible
Pipeline installation parallel to walls
Perpendicular junctions of pipelines into neighbouring walls
Maximum width of the pipe string 120mm
Minimum distance between pipelines and walls: 200mm in
corridors, 500mm in the living area
Piping through screed expansion joints with corrugated tube
or alternatively with 6mm pipe insulation
Pipelines installed under plaster
Depending on the wall construction and masonry strength, there
is a risk that the expansion forces from a multilayer composite
pipe that is plastered in directly will cause damage to the wall.
Multilayer composite pipes under plaster should therefore
be installed with insulation. This pipe insulation must be able
to absorb expected length changes due to heat. In the case
of pipelines under plaster for which there is no need for heat
insulation, we recommend the use of the Wavin multilayer
composite pipe in black protective tube (see product range).
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All pipes and fittings installed under plaster must be protected
from direct contact with all building materials (such as
masonry, plaster, cement, screed, tile adhesive) as detailed
above.
Pipelines installed in exposed locations
Pipelines installed in exposed locations (e.g. basement pipes,
risers etc) are fixed depending on the structural conditions
and the recognised codes of practice. As appropriate,
thermal length changes must be taken into account with the
arrangement of bending joints in conjunction with fixed points
and floating points.
Figure 8: Mechanical vibration transmission through defective
pipe insulation
Screed
Insulation
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Mechanical
vibration
bridge
Battery and electrical pressing machines
The guarantee subject to proper use and observance of the
required regular checks of the equipment is 12 months from the
delivery date or 10,000 presses, whichever is the shorter. The
respective operating instructions must be observed for this to
apply.
The guarantee applies from the day of dispatch to the buyer. The
guarantee does not cover damage caused by improper use or
non-observance of the operating instructions. Services under
guarantee may only be provided by the manufacturer. Complaints
will be considered only if the equipment is presented to the
manufacturer undismantled, with no previous interventions.
Checking and maintenance
The reliable function of the pressing machine is dependent
on careful handling. This represents an important condition
for making permanently secure connections. The equipment
requires regular maintenance and care.
Only a clean and functioning pressing system can guarantee
a permanently sealed connection. In this context, the pressing
jaws should only be changed by a trained and competent worker.
For a full list of our service partners please contact our Technical
advice team on the number at the bottom of the page.
Attention: DO NOT open the equipment! A damaged seal will
invalidate the guarantee. A service must be carried out every
12 months. A major service should be carried out every 10,000
presses or every 3 years whichever is the earlier.
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Wavin Tigris K1 pressing jaws with pressing machines of
other manufacturers
The following table shows the compatibility of Wavin Tigris K1
pressing jaws with the pressing machines of other manufacturers.
The Wavin pressing jaws have a U shape. When using pressing
machines and jaws that are not listed, proof of suitability for the
Wavin Tigris K1 systems must be provided in accordance with
the relevant national regulations.
The pressing machines must fulfil the following requirements:
Only the Wavin pressing jaws (U shape) may be used
The pressing tool must be used and maintained in
accordance with the respective manufacturer’s guidelines
The Wavin assembly instructions must be observed
The “Mini” (16 – 32mm) pressing machine must display a
minimum pressing force of 15kN
The “Battery” (16 – 63mm) pressing machine must display a
minimum pressing force of 30kN
The pin shape of the pressing machine must be suitable for
the Wavin pressing jaws
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The following table shows the compatibility of Wavin pressing
jaws with some pressing machines of other manufacturers.
Table 8: Pressing jaw compatibility
Manufacturer
Description
Novopress
(Novopress /
Geberit / Mapress /
Milwaukee
branded)
Klauke
(Klauke / Uponor
branded)
Ridgid
(Ridgid / VanArx
Viega branded)
Electrical pressing
machines: EFP2
(since 1996 with
rotatable head),
ECO1, ECO201,
EFP201, EFP202
Notes/
Compatible with
Wavin (standard
tool) pressing
jaws only
Battery pressing
machine: ACO1,
ACO201, AFP201,
AFP202
Electrical pressing
machines: UP50EL,
UP75EL, UNP2
Battery pressing
machine: UP75,
UAP2, UAP3, UAP3L
Wavin (standard
tool) pressing
jaws only
Electrical pressing
machines: RP330C/
Pressgun4E, Typ
PT3-EH/H, RP300/
Wavin (standard
Typ PT2
tool) pressing
jaws only
Battery pressing
machine: Pressgun
5, RP330B/Pressgun
4B, RP300B/Typ
PT3AH
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Manufacturer
Description
Electrical pressing
machines:
PowerPress,
PowerPress ACC
Rems
(Rems / Roller
branded)
Battery pressing
machine: AkkuPress,
AkkuPress ACC
Rothenberger
Novopress
(Novopress /
Geberit / Mapress /
Milwaukee branded)
Klauke
(Klauke / Uponor
branded)
Notes/
Compatible with
Wavin (standard
tool) pressing
jaws only
Battery pressing
machine: Romax
3000
Wavin (standard
tool) pressing
jaws only
Battery pressing
machine: AFP101,
ACO102
Tool is only
compatible
using Wavin
Novopress Mini
Jaws
Battery pressing
machine: MAP1,
MAP2L
Tool is only
compatible using
Wavin Klauke
Mini Jaws
Flushing Wavin Tigris K1 tap water pipes
The flushing of tap water pipes is described in detail in DIN 1988
part 2.
This treatment of the pipe network ensures the quality of the tap
water. All pipe sections must be free of contamination and foreign
bodies at the time of initial operation. Time delays between
flushing and initial operation of the tap water network must be
avoided, as complete drainage is not generally carried out after
flushing. According to VDI 6023 – hygiene conscious planning,
execution, operation and maintenance of tap water systems –
system sections that are unused for longer than 4 weeks must
be flushed again.
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Initial operation and handover
According to DIN 1988-2, the installer of the system must
prepare relevant handover and acceptance logs. The system
operator must be instructed with respect to the operation of the
tap water system created. It is recommended that the instruction
being completed is confirmed in writing.
Depending on the scale of the system, the presentation of written
operating instructions is advised.
Checking Wavin Tigris K1 (unpressed/unsealed)
This additional test serves as an additional check for unpressed
connections. When the function check is carried out with water,
the leak from unpressed connections is clearly identifiable.
First a visual check on the connections (pressed/unpressed)
should be carried out. A low pressure test with water should then
be carried out to further check for any unpressed connections,
with conditions as below. The results should be recorded and
signed for.
Test procedure
The recommended procedure is outlined below and both tests
should be carried out with a low pressure test being followed
with a high pressure test.
Low Pressure Leakage Test
The system shall be filled slowly with drinking water to allow
air to be expelled from the system. The pressure in the system
should be raised (or lowered) to between 0.5 Bar and 1 Bar. The
complete installation shall be inspected for leaks at this pressure
prior to the high pressure hydraulic test. There shall be no visible
leakage of water and the pressure should be maintained for
45 minutes.
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High Pressure Hydraulic Test
The installation shall then be tested hydraulically by subjecting
the pipes, pipe fittings and connected appliances to a test
pressure of not less than 1.5 times the maximum working
pressure in accordance with the test procedure below. The
maximum working pressure is defined as the maximum pressure
that the system will operate at, measured as the incoming mains
pressure (usually no more than 3 Bar if a pressure reducing valve
is fitted). Maximum incoming mains pressure should not usually
exceed 10 Bar.
There shall be no visible leakage of water and the pressure shall
be maintained for 45 minutes.
Test Procedure
1. Apply the required test pressure (1.5 times maximum working
pressure) by pumping in accordance with fig 9, for a period
of at least 15 minutes. Inspect the pipework to identify any
visible leaks in the system.
2. Reduce the pressure in the pipework by bleeding water from
the system to one third of maximum working pressure.
3. Close the bleed valve. If the pressure remains at or greater
than, one third of the maximum working pressure the system
is regarded as leak tight. Visually check for leakage and
monitor for 45 minutes. The test criteria are met if there is no
reduction in pressure.
4. Complete a test record sheet.
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Product Details
Tigris K1
Description
Nom dia
mm
Cat
no
16
20
25
32
40
50
63
3004362
3004365
3004367
3004369
3004371
3004372
3028271
16
20
25
3004363
3004366
3004368
Pipe – Coils 9mm Pre-insulated
16mm x 2.0mm x 50.0m
20mm x 2.25mm x 50.0m
16
20
3004378
3004379
Pipe – Coils 13mm Pre-insulated
16mm x 2.0mm x 50m + 13mm
20mm x 2.25mm x 50m + 13mm
16
20
3004380
3004381
16
20
25
32
40
50
63
3023348
3023359
3023360
3023488
3024665
3027832
3027847
20
25
25
32
32
40
50
50
63
63
3023525
3023526
3023527
3023528
3023522
3023529
3027833
3027834
3027852
3027850
25
32
40
50
63
3023498
3023499
3027839
3024668
3027849
Pipe
Pipe – Straight Lengths
16mm x 2.0mm x 5.0m
20mm x 2.25mm x 5.0m
25mm x 2.5mm x 5.0m
32mm x 3.0mm x 5.0m
40mm x 4.0mm x 5.0m
50mm x 4.5mm x 5.0m
63mm x 6.0mm x 5.0m
Pipe – Coils
16mm x 2.0mm x 100.0m
20mm x 2.25mm x 100.0m
25mm x 2.5mm x 50.0m
Couplers
Straight Coupler
Reducing Coupler
20 x 16mm
25 x 16mm
25 x 20mm
32 x 20mm
32 x 25mm
40 x 32mm
50 x 32mm
50 x 40mm
63 x 40mm
63 x 50mm
Elbows
Elbow 45°
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Product Details
Tigris K1
Description
Nom dia
mm
Cat
no
Elbow 90°
16
20
25
32
40
50
63
3023363
3023364
3023365
3023500
3024666
3024667
3027848
16
20
20
25
32
3023542
3023543
3023544
3023545
3023539
16
20
20
25
32
3023546
3023547
3023548
3023549
3023540
16
20
20
3023344
3023555
3023537
16
20
25
32
40
50
63
3023345
3023346
3023347
3023521
3024664
3027829
3027853
20
3023505
20
25
32
3023504
3023510
3023515
20
25
25
32
32
32
40
3023506
3023508
3023511
3023513
3023514
3023516
3023518
Elbow 90° – single male BSP thread
16mm x ½"
20mm x ½"
20mm x ¾"
25mm x ¾"
32mm x 1"
Elbow 90° – single female BSP thread
16mm x ½"
20mm x ½"
20mm x ¾"
25mm x ¾"
32mm x 1"
Backplate Elbow – female BSP thread
16mm x ½"
20mm x ½"
20mm x ¾"
Tees
Equal Tee
One End Reduced Tee
20x20x16mm
Double End Reduced Tee
16x20x16mm
20x25x20mm
25x32x25mm
Branch Reduced Tee
20x16x20mm
25x16x25mm
25x20x25mm
32x16x32mm
32x20x32mm
32x25x32mm
40x25x40mm
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Wavin Tigris K1 Installer Guide
Description
Nom dia
mm
Cat
no
40
50
50
63
63
63
3023519
3027830
3027831
3027856
3027855
3027854
20
25
25
32
40
3023507
3023509
3023512
3023517
3023520
16
20
20
25
3023557
3023558
3023559
3023560
Connector – single male BSP thread
16mm x ½"
20mm x ½"
20mm x ¾"
25mm x ¾"
25mm x 1"
32mm x 1"
32mm x 1¼"
40mm x 1¼"
50mm x 1 ½"
63mm x 2"
16
20
20
25
25
32
32
40
50
63
3023495
3023496
3023550
3023551
3023552
3023541
3023553
3027836
3027837
4032685
Connector – single female BSP thread
16mm x ½"
20mm x ½"
20mm x ¾"
25mm x ¾"
32mm x 1"
40mm x 1¼"
50mm x 1½"
63mm x 2"
16
20
20
25
32
40
50
63
3023494
3023361
3023497
3023362
3023554
3027838
4032698
4032699
Tap Connector – female BSP thread
16mm x ½"
16mm x ¾"
20mm x ¾"
25mm x 1"
32mm x 1¼"
40mm x 1½"
16
16
20
25
32
40
4032700
3023489
3023490
3023491
3023492
3023493
40x32x40mm
50x25x50mm
50x40x50mm
63x25x50mm
63x32x63mm
63x40x63mm
Branch and One End Reduced Tee
20x16x16mm
25x16x16mm
25x20x20mm
32x25x25mm
40x32x32mm
One Sided Female Thread Tee
16mm x ½"
20mm x ½"
20mm x ¾"
25mm x ¾"
Connectors
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Product Details
Tigris K1
Description
Nom dia
mm
Cat
no
16
20
25
3023561
3023562
3023563
16
20
25
25
32
3052945
3052946
3052947
3052948
3052949
16
25
4032721
4032723
Pressure Stopper
16
20
25
4013571
4013572
4013573
Bending Spring
16
20
25
4013553
4013559
4013562
Pipe Cutter
16mm-63mm
–
4013545
Cordless Pressing Tool
16mm-40mm
–
4048906
Cordless Pressing Tool
16mm-63mm
–
4048907
16
20
25
32
40
16
20
25
32
40
50
63
4046556
4046557
4046558
4046559
4046560
4046691
4046694
4046695
4046756
4046758
4046759
4035779
Accessories and Tools
End Cap
Adaptor Fitting to Hep2O
16 x 15mm
20 x 22mm
25 x 22mm
25 x 28mm
32 x 28mm
Transition Fitting to Copper
16 x 15mm
25 x 22mm
Pressing Jaws
– for use with 4048906
Pressing Jaws
– for use with 4048907
Note: The Tigris K1 system is
30
approved for use with potable water.
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Description
Nom dia
mm
Cat
no
16
20
25
32
40
50
63
4999998
4999999
4023364
4023365
4031987
4031988
4035780
–
–
3011162
4036272
–
4013541
Calibration Mandrel
Calibration Mandrel
Handgrip Calibration Mandrel
Calibration Set
16mm–32mm
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Tigris K1
Commercial Press-fit System
Press-fit doesn’t
get any more
impressive
Proven performance.
Unique benefits. Real value.
Edlington Lane
Doncaster | DN12 1BY
Tel. 0844 856 5152
www.wavin.co.uk | [email protected]
K1001 – June 2015
Wavin Limited
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