Why is PVC so great for non-pressure applications?

The benefits of PVC pipe are numerous, but in our current era of crumbling metal pipe infrastructure and lead seeping into our water supplies, PVC pipe’s exceptional non-corrosive nature is key. Not only will PVC pipe not corrode, it will far outlast its metal counterparts’ longevity. Join the many communities who are switching to a safer, more cost-effective solution to carry their water supplies. Specified Fittings is ready and waiting for you!

Large Diameter PVC Sweeps at a Fish Hatchery. These fittings help to separate and transfer fish from one pond to another.
Large Diameter PVC Sweeps at a Fish Hatchery. These fittings help to separate and transfer fish from one pond to another.

Go Green

Specified Fittings offers a variety of services—one of which is scrapping/regrinding PVC and HDPE pipe. Some companies buy the regrind to melt down and mold into any number of recycled products, but Specified’s best use for regrind is an alternative to the fittings industry’s sanded manhole adapters. The usage of this PVC material ensures a water-tight seal to the manhole wall due to the grout’s ability to better adhere to the PVC adapter than with sand. A superior product reducing waste: a win-win!

See our PVC Non-Pressure offerings below.

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Specifications:

Diameter: 4″ – 60″
Class: DR51 – DR14
Configuration: Gasketed, Solvent Weld, Flanged, Grooved

Short Form Specifications

Fittings for C900 pipe
All fittings for 4″ through 12″ C900 pipe shall be one-piece injection molded or fabricated from a PVC compound meeting ASTM D1784. Fittings shall be Class 100/150/200 and conform to the requirements of DR25/18/14. Solvent weld- or gasket-end fittings are option of user. Solvent weld bells shall be compatible with C900 pipe. Gasket bells shall conform to ASTM D3139 with gaskets conforming to F477.
Gaskets shall be locked-in style.

Fittings meeting C907
All fittings for 4″ through 8″ C900 pipe shall be one-piece injection molded or a combination made from materials meeting ASTM D1784. Fittings shall be Class 150 and conform to the requirements of DR18. Gasket bells shall conform to ASTM D3139 with gaskets conforming to F477. Fittings shall conform to ANSI/AWWA Standard C907-91. Fittings may be made to meet requirements of AWWA C900 and/or AWWA C905 per request.

About our locked-in gaskets
Specified Fittings’ locked-in gasket is quickly and easily joined together by simply inserting the spigot end of the pipe into the bell socket of the fitting. Multi-lip design of the sealing gasket provides a positive seal that is pressure and vacuum tight. Retained ring design prevents fishmouthing or dislocation of the gasket. Sealing gasket is exceptionally smooth and completely free of core marks. Selection of the correct material to be applied to a sealing system will depend not only on the characteristics of the fluid to be contained but also the properties of the surrounding environment.
Gaskets may be made with a variety of different compounds, depending upon the application.
Composition of the standard gasket is SBR but we also offer EPDM, nitrile, Neoprene and Viton.

Specifications:

Diameter: 1/8″ – 24″
Class:
Sch40, Sch80, Sch120, PVC/CPVC
Configuration: 
Gasketed, Solvent Weld, Flanged

Short Form Specifications

DWV Schedule 40/Schedule 80 and SDR26/SDR21

All fittings for 1/2″ through 24″ DWV Schedule 40, Schedule 80, SDR64, SDR41, SDR32.5, SDR26 and SDR21 shall be one-piece injection molded or fabricated from a PVC compound meeting the requirements of ASTM D1784. Solvent weld- or gasket-end fittings are option of user. Solvent weld bells shall be compatible with IPS PVC pipe as stated in ASTM D-2241. Threaded end connections shall meet the requirements of ASTM-D2464. Gasket bells shall conform to ASTM D3139 with gaskets conforming to F477. Gaskets shall be locked-in style. Fittings are made for non-pressure application.

About our locked-in gaskets

Specified Fittings’ locked-in gasket is quickly and easily joined together by simply inserting the spigot end of the pipe into the bell socket of the fitting. Multi-lip design of the sealing gasket provides a positive seal that is pressure and vacuum tight. Retained ring design prevents fishmouthing or dislocation of the gasket. Sealing gasket is exceptionally smooth and completely free of core marks. Selection of the correct material to be applied to a sealing system will depend not only on the characteristics of the fluid to be contained but also the properties of the surrounding environment. Gaskets may be made with a variety of different compounds, depending upon the application.
Composition of the standard gasket is SBR but we also offer EPDM, nitrile, Neoprene and Viton.

Specifications:

Diameter:

  • Sewer (3″ – 48″)
  • Ultra-Corr-21™/A2000™ (4″ – 48″)
  • Ultra-Rib™ (6″ – 30″)
  • Pro-21™/Vylon™ (21″ – 60″)

Class:

  • Sewer (SDR35/F679-SDR26/35)
  • Ultra-Corr-21™/A2000™ (F794/F949)
  • Ultra-Rib™ (M304/F794)
  • Pro-21™/Vylon™ (F794)

Configuration:

  • Sewer (Gasketed, Solvent Weld, Flanged)
  • Ultra-Corr-21™/A2000™ (Gasketed, Flanged)
  • Ultra-Rib™ (Gasketed [IPEX, J-M Eagle, Kor-Flo™, etc.])
  • Pro-21™/Vylon™ (Gasketed)

Short Form Specifications

Fittings for SDR35 Sewer

All fittings for SDR35 pipe for ½” through 48″ shall be one-piece injection molded or fabricated from a PVC compound meeting ASTM D1784. Fittings from 4″ through 12″ shall meet the requirements of ASTM D3034, fittings from 15″ through 48″ shall meet ASTM F679. Gasket-end fittings are option of user. Gasket bells shall conform to ASTM D3212 and ASTM F477. Fittings shall also conform to ASTM F913 and ASTM F1336. Gaskets shall be locked-in style.

Fittings for Heavy Wall Sewer

All fittings for SDR26 heavy wall sewer pipe shall be one-piece injection molded or fabricated. Fittings from 4″ through 12″ shall conform to the requirements of ASTM D3034 with a minimum wall thickness of SDR26 as defined in Section 7.4.1. Fittings from 15″ through 48″ shall meet ASTM F679 with a minimum wall thickness of SDR26. Solvent weld- or gasket-end fittings are option of user. Solvent weld bells shall be as defined in ASTM D3034/F679. Gasket bells shall conform to ASTM D3212 and ASTM F477. Fittings shall also conform to ASTM F913 and ASTM F1336. Gaskets shall be locked-in style.

Manhole Adapters for Sewer ASTM D3034, F679, PVC Sewer Pipe

Special heavy-duty aggregate is specifically formulated to be compatible with Pacific Northwest concrete mixtures. This specially tested formulation provides the best resistance to shipping and handling abrasions while providing superior bonding between the manhole and the adapter.

About Our Locked-In Gaskets
Specified Fittings’ locked-in gasket is quickly and easily joined together by simply inserting the spigot end of the pipe into the bell socket of the fitting. Multi-lip design of the sealing gasket provides a positive seal that is pressure and vacuum tight. Retained ring design prevents fishmouthing or dislocation of the gasket. Sealing gasket is exceptionally smooth and completely free of core marks. Selection of the correct material to be applied to a sealing system will depend not only on the characteristics of the fluid to be contained but also the properties of the surrounding environment. Gaskets may be made with a variety of different compounds, depending upon the application. Composition of the standard gasket is SBR, but we also offer EPDM, nitrile, Neoprene, and Viton.

Fittings for ULTRA-CORR™, ULTRA-RIB™, VYLON™, and other Corrugated PVC pipe
All fittings shall be fabricated from a PVC compound meeting ASTM D1784. Fittings shall meet the requirements of ASTM D2412, ASTM D2444 and ASTM F794. Gasket joint shall conform to ASTM D3212 and gasket shall meet the specification of ASTM F477. All fittings shall be made in conformance with ASTM F949. Solid Wall PVC Fittings for use with Hancor™, ADS™, and other corrugated HDPE pipe. All fittings shall be fabricated from a PVC compound meeting ASTM D1784. Fittings shall meet the requirements of ASTM D2412, ASTM D2444. Gasket joint shall conform to ASTM D3212, and gasket shall meet the specification of ASTM F477.

Certifications, Drawings, Catalogs

Certifications:

Drawings:

Gasketed Heavy Wall Sewer

Solvent Weld Heavy Wall Sewer

Gasketed Molded Heavy Wall Sewer

Gasketed Sewer

Gasketed Molded Sewer

Solvent Weld Sewer

Solvent Weld Molded Sewer

Catalogs:

Specifications:

Diameter: 4″ – 24″
Class: PVC/CPVC
Configuration: Solvent Weld, Flanged

Short Form Specifications

Fume Duct
PVC round duct and fittings
CPVC round duct and fittings
Solvent weld or flanged
Custom rectangular duct and fittings
Accessories

SHORT FORM SPECIFICATION

Fittings for Duct Pipe
All exhaust duct-piping sizes 6″ through 24″, used as raw material for fitting production, shall be PVC seamless extruded type as manufactured by Harvel Plastics Inc. This duct pipe shall be extruded from a type I, Grade Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) compound with a Cell Classification of 12454-B per ASTM D1784. All PVC extruded duct pipe shall meet Specified Fittings Inc. published standards with regard to material and dimensions, and shall carry a maximum temperature rating of 140°F. Smaller and larger PVC duet is available falling outside of above specifications.

Fittings for CPVC Duct Pipe
All exhaust for duct-piping sizes 6″ through 24″, used as raw material for fitting production shall be CPVC seamless extruded type as manufactured by Harvel Plastics Inc. Duct pipe shall be extruded from a Chorinated Polyvinyl Chloride (CPVC) compound with a Cell Classification of 23437 per ASTM D1784. All CPVC extruded duct pipe shall meet Specified Fittings Inc. published standards with regards to material and dimensions, and shall carry a maximum temperature
rating of 200°F. Smaller and larger CPVC duet is available falling outside of above specifications.

Certifications, Drawings, Catalogs

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Brad Sukolsky: [email protected]
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