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Piping Manual for Stainless Steel Pipes for Buildings - Nickel Institute

Piping Manual for Stainless Steel Pipes for Buildings - Nickel Institute

Piping Manual for Stainless Steel Pipes for Buildings - Nickel

JAPAN STAINLESS STEEL ASSOCIATIONPiping Manual forStainless Steel Pipes for BuildingsRevised Edition 2012Publication No. 12008

  • Page 3 and 4: ForewordIn the building equipment s
  • Page 5 and 6: Maintenance ManagementReference Mat
  • Page 7 and 8: 2.3.3 Recycling stainless steel pip
  • Page 9: 3.13 Preventing Water Hammer ......
  • Page 12 and 13: 1THE BASICS1.1 Definition and Class
  • Page 14 and 15: Fig. 1.1-1 Schematic Diagram of Sta
  • Page 16 and 17: Table 1.1-3 Stainless Steels Used f
  • Page 18 and 19: (Continued)SUS 316Ti ≤0.08 ≤1.0
  • Page 20 and 21: d. Chemical composition of martensi
  • Page 22 and 23: a : Elasticity limitb : Upper yield
  • Page 24 and 25: Table 1.2-2 Mechanical properties o
  • Page 26 and 27: 1.3 Corrosion of Stainless SteelThe
  • Page 28 and 29: 1.3.2 Stress corrosion crackingStre
  • Page 30 and 31: 1.3.4 Intergranular corrosionSelect
  • Page 32 and 33: Table 1.3-1 Galvanic series in seaw
  • Page 34 and 35: 1.5.1 Dimensions and weightTable 1.
  • Page 36 and 37: Table 1.5-2Physical properties of p
  • Page 38 and 39: substances, sodium polyphosphate an
  • Page 40 and 41: Copper ions may be adsorbed by, or
  • Page 43 and 44: DESIGN 2
  • Page 45 and 46: Construction purpose and applicatio
  • Page 47 and 48: in 1994. The guidelines were formul
  • Page 49 and 50: Category of useRemarksFire fighting
  • Page 51 and 52: Table 2.2-3 Water quality standards
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    Temperature (°C)Light gauge stainl

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    member them by integers such as 25

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    sion is the major concern about deg

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    Table 2.2-7 Expected Service Life o

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    metal contact corrosion between sta

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    2.3 Economical and Environmental As

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    Table 2.3-2Stainless steel pipe for

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    Table 2.3-4 lists yardsticks for pr

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    which are "the amount for a certain

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    LCC unit price (yen/year/m)10,0001,

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    (2) Life Cycle CO2 (LCCO2)The Inter

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    2.3.3 Recycling stainless steel pip

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    classified into six sub-types, havi

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    2.5 Pipe Diameter2.5.1 Flow velocit

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    Table 2.5-1 Comparison of flow rate

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    2.5.2 Flow rate chart and local los

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    Flow rate (L/min)Loss of pressure d

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    Table 2.5-2 lists the pipe lengths

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    (c)• Considering displacement in

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    Hang chainVibrationisolation rubber

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    Table 2.6-1 Application of antiseis

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    Table 2.6-2 (2) Types of antiseismi

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    Table 2.6-2 (4) Types of antiseismi

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    Table 2.6-2 (6) Types of antiseismi

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    (4) Allowable stress in stainless s

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    Table 2.6-4Spacing between supports

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    (2) Spacing between anchor points w

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    2.6.3 Vertical pipingThe spacing be

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    Table 2.7-1 Average coefficient of

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    DY ≤ 205.........................

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    Outside air temperature: T2 = 0 (°

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    2.9 Preventing Piping CorrosionPipi

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    2.9.1 Water quality standards for p

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    cover 97% or more of such water, wh

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    (2) Water quality standards for mec

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    2.10 Heat-insulation and Dew Conden

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    NotapplicableCl − + F − (ppm)Ap

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    2.10.3 Determining the thickness of

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    Table 2.11-1 Types of valves 20Nomi

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    (1) Selecting valves(a)(b)Types of

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    Table 2.11-5 Structures and charact

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    PTFE seat butterfly valve. The main

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    stage centrifugal, submerged, and s

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    2.11.3 Water storage tanksWater rec

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    2.11.4 Hot water storage tanksThe h

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    10. Japan Stainless Steel Associati

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    CONSTRUCTION 3

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    pipes; attention should be given to

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    (4) Deciding on the construction me

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    3.1.2 Matters for when using stainl

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    Jointing with pipes, whether ornot

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    Markers and different colorsTesting

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    are checked as follows:(a)(b)(c)Lab

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    (2) Cutting methods(a) Fixed-pipe r

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    themselves are heavy and difficult

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    3.5 Pipe JointsAvailable methods fo

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    (3) Type of weld jointTIG (Tungsten

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    Fig. 3.5-3 Oxygen meter 3Source: Gu

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    ing, oxidation or burn will develop

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    Table 3.5-2 (2) Factory welding wor

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    (Continued)Type of work Work method

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    Flange made of ordinary steelWeldin

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    3.5.3 Mechanical joints3.5.3.1 Inse

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    3.5.3.3 Double press jointIn the do

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    (2) Joining method(a) As with the p

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    (b) The spacer should be tightened

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    SpacerCylinderYoke Cap nut Guide ro

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    SleeveMain couplingCap nutStainless

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    Grooving coreGrooving rollAxis of t

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    (2) Joining methodAfter cutting the

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    Table 3.5-6List of couplings certif

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    (2) Method for preventing the pipe

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    pipe into the coupling with a moder

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    Taper screw ring gaugePipe endNotch

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    5 Thread the pipe well by hand befo

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    Nominal diameterBoltFig. 3.5-31 Str

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    Table 3.6-1 (b) Applicability of di

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    Pipe end anticorrosion insulation j

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    Flat washerLoose flangeFlat washerI

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    3.7 Connection with AccessoriesCoup

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    Fig. 3.7-6Mechanical type (valve de

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    they are delivered and cut to the p

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    (c)(d)(e)will blow up. In this case

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    the piping is being laid out, open

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    Pipe identification tape(b)Hang the

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    ackfilling must be performed carefu

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    Anticorrosion tapeInsulating anchor

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    (b)stainless steel pipes for ordina

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    (Supplementary information)Points f

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    Lock seamBead processingElbow area

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    Supplementary Table 2 Materials use

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    (Continued)Reference usagecategory

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    Table 3.17-1 Testing pressures and

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    the pipes, contact with other metal

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    Construction Equipment and Piping C

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    MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT 4

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    Maintenancemanagementandpreservatio

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    (c) Prevention of the corrosion of

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    Table 4.3-2 Items to inspect and ma

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    Deterioration in water quality is c

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    Table 4.3-4 Water quality standards

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    HighElectric potential (V, SCE)LowL

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    (2) Pollution of tap waterAccording

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    Table 4.3-7Indication of frequency

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    4.4 Equipment Diagnosis4.4.1 Diagno

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    Follow-up preservation refers to a

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    (b)(c)ment, demolition and recycle

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    Reference LiteratureKyosuke Sakaue

  • Page 270:

    Japan Stainless Steel AssociationJa

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