3/4-inch Yellow Polyethylene Gas Pipe

JM Eagle 3/4-inch Yellow Polyethylene Gas Pipe

3/4 2513 YLW GAS PIPE IPS 100F

SKU#:82020070 | MFG#:SDR-11 UAC 2000 MDPE Gas Pipe

  • A medium-density polyethylene yellow gas pipe, suited for use in multiple applications of gas distribution
  • Comes in a 250 foot coil
  • Meets ASTM D2513, Cell Class Per ASTM D3350, PPI-Listed Material (TR-4) PE 2406/2708
  • Can be cut with simple pipe and tubing cutters, allowing for savings in labor and equipment
Ewing List Price (Per 100 ft) $88.80
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Polyethylene gas pipes are the preferred natural gas distribution piping product of choice with over 90% usage in North America today. Polyethylene gas pipes are lightweight, non-corrosive, available in coil lengths, and easy to install by heat fusion or mechanical fittings. For these reasons, PE pipes have been proven reliable, durable, and have been in use since the 1960’s.

JM Eagle’s UAC 2000 MDPE yellow gas pipe has good resistance to most solvents and chemicals which it is likely to encounter in natural and manufactured gas distribution services. UAC 2000 pipe meets the chemical resistance specifications outlined in ASTM D2513.

The industry standard for establishing the design basis for polyethylene gas distribution systems is ASTM D2837, "Obtaining Hydrostatic Design Basis for Thermoplastic Pipe Materials." This standard assigns the long-term strength of the pipe based on hydrostatically tested samples at a range of pressures which result in creep rupture failures over a period of 10,000 hours or more. A regression analysis of these burst data is made to project the failure curve to 100,000 hours establishing the Long-Term Hydrostatic Strength (LTHS). Based on this, a Hydrostatic Design Basis (HDB) is assigned for each standard temperature tested.

JM Eagle polyethylene gas pipes and fittings are manufactured using the highest-grade materials available. All materials provide physical and mechanical properties as classified in accordance to ASTM D3350 and have a cell classification of 234373E. These materials are listed with Plastics Pipe Institute (PPI) as PE 2406/2708 medium density polyethylene.

Key Features and Benefits

  • Features superior resistance to most solvents and chemicals it is likely to encounter in natural and manufactured gas
  • Is non-corroding against gas and external galvanic soil conditions
  • Resists UV degradation when exposed to direct sunlight
  • Resists slow crack growth
  • Can be cut with simple pipe and tubing cutters, allowing for savings in labor and equipment
  • Reduces the cost of manpower required for installation due to its light weight and ease in transport and handling, as well as long laying lengths
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