First manufactured in , RCCP C consists of a watertight welded steel cylinder with steel joint rings at each end, one or two circumferential reinforcing cages of steel wire or bars, and a high-strength concrete structural core. The steel cylinder, joint rings and reinforcing cage assembly is encased in Portland cement concrete using a vertical casting process. In addition to providing significant structural strength, the concrete encasement provides a passivating alkaline environment that protects the embedded steel components from corrosion for the life of the product. Each section of pipe, along with each fitting, can be made to meet the pressure loadings and special configuration required.
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C pipe is manufactured using a welded steel cylinder welded to steel joint rings and mild steel reinforcing cage s. The steel cylinder and cage assembly is encased in cement rich concrete using a vertical cast process.
The concrete encasement creates a passivating alkaline environment that protects the steel components from corrosion for the life of the product. Size: In diameters from mm to mm with standard lengths of 4. Each section of pipe, along with each fitting can be made to meet the pressure loadings and special configuration required.
Ease of Installation — RCCP is installed in less time on site due to its rigid conduit design attribute. RCCP needs no special bedding or backfilling under normal ground conditions.
Corrosion Protection — RCCP provides built-in corrosion protection due to its unique design, combining the steel components encasement in concrete. The cement rich concrete encasement chemically protects passivates all steel elements from corrosion. High Pressure Capacity — RCCP C , designed as a rigid pipe, is manufactured to handle typical municipal transmission pressures and loads.
However higher pressure capacities are available in surplus of kPa, or psi if project requirements warrant. Typical C Applications Sanitary forcemains and trunk gravity pipelines. Water: Single-pass tunnel applications ie: Microtunnel. Inverted Siphons.
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