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AS 1718-1992 Water supply - Copper alloy screw-down pattern taps - Specified by dimensions

Abbreviation
AS 1718-1992
Valid from
14/09/1992

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SAI Global
Author
Standards Australia
Information type
Australian Standard
Format
PDF, Hard copy


Description

This Standard specifies requirements for copper alloy screw-down pattern taps and tapsets which incorporate loose jumper valves, in a range of nominal sizes from DN 10 to DN 50 inclusive with continuous working pressures not exceeding 1.4 MPa and continuous working temperatures not exceeding 95°C.

Scope

This standard also specifies requirements for outlets which are an integral part of a tap or mixing tap and the requirements for tapset breaching piece assemblies.

Outlets which are a removable part of a tap or mixing tap are currently not covered by this Standard but are likely to become part of this Standard from 1st January 1994.

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AS 1718-1992 Water supply - Copper alloy screw-down pattern taps - Specified by dimensions

Description

This Standard specifies requirements for copper alloy screw-down pattern taps and tapsets which incorporate loose jumper valves, in a range of nominal sizes from DN 10 to DN 50 inclusive with continuous working pressures not exceeding 1.4 MPa and continuous working temperatures not exceeding 95°C.

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AS 1718-1992 Water supply - Copper alloy screw-down pattern taps - Specified by dimensions
Description

This Standard specifies requirements for copper alloy screw-down pattern taps and tapsets which incorporate loose jumper valves, in a range of nominal sizes from DN 10 to DN 50 inclusive with continuous working pressures not exceeding 1.4 MPa and continuous working temperatures not exceeding 95°C.

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AS 1718-1992 Water supply - Copper alloy screw-down pattern taps - Specified by dimensions

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