Black Couplers / EF / PN10 / SDR17

Black Couplers / AM / PN10 / SDR17

Friatec's Frialen PE100 AM black couplers are suitable for fusing pipes from SDR17 to SDR26.  AM couplers feature large insertion depth for pipe stability during fusion (no holding clamps required) and extra-wide fusion and cold zones for maximum melt containment. Exposed heating coils for direct heat transmission to the pipe and a small annular gap to ensure optimum joining pressure in the fusion zone.  

A visual pop up fusion indicator confirms weld pressure and traceability bar codes are included for recording batch GIS and BIM records for each coupler installed.  All couplers are sealed in individual plastic bags for protection on site.

NOTE: The pipe or spigot ends and the coupler must be prepared in accordance with the general installation instructions using a spigot mechanical peeler, 90% Isopropyl alcohol wipes and we recommend using the Friamat fusion control unit for logging the full range of weld data available.

Frialen AM Electrofusion couplers are made in Germany.

Fully complies with WSD PS, only where the engineer allows the use of PN10 fittings.

Product Code

dn

D

L

L1

Availability in Hong Kong

P3314.200.125

125

146

160

80

Ex-Stock

P3314.200.180

180

207

180

90

Ex-Stock

P3314.200.250

250

282

220

110

Ex-Stock

 

Black Couplers / UB17 / PN10 / SDR17

Friatec's Frialen PE100 UB17 black couplers are suitable for fusing pipes from SDR17 to SDR26.  UB couplers feature large insertion depth for pipe stability during fusion (no holding clamps required) and extra-wide fusion and cold zones for maximum melt containment. Exposed heating coils for direct heat transmission to the pipe and a small annular gap to ensure optimum joining pressure in the fusion zone.  

UB17 coupler sizes dn ≥ 560 include a barcode PREHEAT function to warm the pipe and coupler to help re-round oval pipes and close the fusion gap prior to welding and from dn ≥ 355 feature permanent external reinforcement wound into the body of the coupler to ensure the coupler does not expand during the fusing process.

Note: Couplers that are not injection moulded and do not have external reinforcement are likely to expand during fusion.  Coupler expansion increases the gap between the pipe and coupler, which reduces weld pressure in the joint. This leads to slow crack growth failure through the weld plane.  Slow Crack Growth, by its name, is slow and occurs over time (1-5 years), well beyond the joint successfully passing hydrostatic testing on site.

A visual pop up fusion indicator confirms weld pressure and traceability bar codes are included for recording batch GIS and BIM records for each coupler installed.  All couplers are sealed in individual plastic bags for protection on site.

NOTE: The pipe or spigot ends and the coupler must be prepared in accordance with the general installation instructions using a spigot mechanical peeler, 90% Isopropyl alcohol wipes and we recommend using the Friamat fusion control unit for logging the full range of weld data available.  For ≥ d1000 UB17 couplers, the Friamat XL fusion control unit must be used.

Frialen UB17 Electrofusion couplers are made in Germany.

Fully complies with WSD PS, only where the engineer allows the use of PN10 fittings.

Product Code

dn

D

L

L1

L2

Availability in Hong Kong

P3314.100.355

355

400

290

145

70

Ex-Stock

P3314.100.400

400

450

300

150

78

Ex-Stock

P3314.100.450

450

506

320

160

87

Ex-Stock

P3314.100.500

500

562

350

175

85

Ex-Stock

P3314.098.560

560

630

380

190

77

Ex-Stock

P3314.098.630

630

710

420

210

101

Ex-Stock

P3314.098.710

710

800

442

221

112

Ex-Stock

P3314.098.800

800

900

500

250

137

8-12 Weeks

P3314.098.900

900

1024

500

250

110

8-12 Weeks

P3314.098.1000

1000

1130

610

305

129

8-12 Weeks

P3314.098.1200

1200

1356

670

335

155

8-12 Weeks

 

Black Couplers / AM / PN10 / SDR17 / Non-standard sizes

Product Code dn D L L1 L2 Z Availability in Hong Kong
  110 130 160 80     Contact us
  160 207 180 90     Contact us
  200 236 180 90     Contact us
  225 263 200 100     Contact us
  280 316 220 110     Contact us