Comparison Between PE4710 (PE4710 PLUS) and PE100 (PE100+, PE 100 RC)

Posters # 2010 Vancouver

The scope of this paper is to clarify the various pipe material designation codes and other terms (PE 4710, PE 4710 PLUS, PE 100, PE 100 RC and PE 100+) that are used in the piping industry for high density polyethylene (HDPE) materials. These are the benchmark “high performance” HDPE materials used worldwide for a variety of plastic piping applications. In this paper, I will first describe the two pressure ratings methods, ASTM D 2837 and ISO 9080, and the corresponding pipe material designation codes that are used throughout the industry. I will then review the properties for each HDPE material, and the requirements for its pipe material designation code. I will explain how these HDPE pipe material designation codes are similar and how they are different. I will compare the pressure ratings for each HDPE material using the appropriate design factor or design coefficient. Finally, I will discuss PPI TR-4 and the listing of PE 4710 and PE 100 materials on the PPI website, the PE 100+ Association and the listing of PE 100+ materials on the PE 100+ website, and the new terms PE 4710 PLUS and PE 100 RC.

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