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1 Portable Pipeline Systems Hose – Specifications Aquaman Blue & Wasteline Green

2 PPS – Aquaman Blue Sizes 1” – 12” Scope Quality: The Blue portable pipeline supplied under this specification shall be a premium quality, extruded thru-the-weave potable water transport pipeline. The portable pipeline shall be manufactured using only certified materials and shall have as a minimum an International and Domestic NSF-61 certifications on the finished product. All products shall have a minimum “Safety Factor”(SF) of 2 to 1, working pressure to burst pressure. A 2 to 1 (SF) will insure the safety and reliability of the portable pipeline when used in an “Emergency” or during repetitive maintenance operations. Service Life: The portable pipeline furnished under the terms of this proposal shall have a potential service life of 10 years barring mistreatment or accidental damage that would render it unfit for service. Upon delivery, the Portable Pipeline System shall be in first class condition and have a one year warranty against defects in workmanship and materials. The supplier shall provide replacement of any product as may be defective without any charge to the Utility Department. Technical Information Quality Assurance: Quality management procedures shall regulate all areas in the manufacturing process including twisting of yarns, weaving of jackets and extruding of finished product. Current calibrations on all test apparatuses traceable to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) shall be maintained at point of manufacturing. Certifications: All products shall meet the requirements of an International and Domestic Standard for the transport of Potable water. Pursuant to those standards, all products meeting either the German KTW Class C for temporary service, British WRC (BS-6920), National Sanitation Foundation. NSF-61 shall be marked on the finished product. Products marked with “For Potable Water Only” or “Approved for Potable Water” are not acceptable for use in the transport of drinking water. Manufacturing Process: The portable pipeline shall be manufactured using a thru-the-weave extrusion process. A woven jacket shall be completely encapsulated with a polyurethane cover and lining. The extrusion process shall produce a one-piece construction that has integrity between cover and liner. Integrity of pillar adhesion through the interstitial spaces in the woven jacket shall be determined by applying weight between lining and jacket and cover and jacket of not less than 4.45 decanewtons (daN). Assembling of the cover, lining and woven jacket shall be controlled to reduce overall weight, compactness and bend/kink radius. Jackets: Reinforcement material shall be a single ply of spiral woven jacket of polyester yarn. The jacket shall be evenly and firmly woven, free from unsightly defects, dirt, knots, limps, and irregularities of twist that might affect the serviceability of the finished product. Cover & Lining: The polyurethane material used in the construction of the cover and lining shall be a single ply extrusion of polyether urethane polymer. The polyurethane shall naturally resist hydrolysis, ozone and oxidation. No reclaimed material shall be acceptable. All component material making up the “Cover / Lining” shall meet the standards for Potable Water applications. Ozone Resistance: Exterior cover specimens shall be subjected to ASTM D “Standard Test Method for Rubber Deterioration – Surface Ozone Cracking in a Chamber”. Specimens shall be prepared in accordance with ASTM D , “Standard Test Method for Rubber Deterioration – Surface Cracking”, Procedure C and shall be elongated 15%. After conditioning for 24 hours in an ozone free atmosphere, the mounted specimens shall be exposed for °±F to an atmosphere containing 50 pphm ± of ozone. There shall be no appearance of cracking / crazing when viewed under a 7 X magnifying glass any time during or at the end of 336 hrs. Tensile Strength/Ultimate Elongation after Water Immersion: Tensile strength and ultimate elongation after water immersion shall be determined in accordance with ASTM D-471. The immersion test shall be performed in accordance with ASTM D-471 utilizing water as a test fluid. One specimen shall be subjected to water immersion for 14 days at 23°C. When tested as specified tensile strength of the tube and cover >14 days water immersion shall be at least 40% of the tensile strength obtained before immersion and shall be at least 500 psi. Tensile strength >42 days immersion shall be at least 25% of tensile strength before immersion and shall be at least 200 psi. When tested as specified the ultimate elongation after 14 days of immersion shall not be < 40% of the original elongation obtained before immersion. Ultimate elongation after 42 days shall not be < 25% of the original elongation obtained before immersion. Low Temperature Flexibility: The Portable Pipeline shall be capable of performing in cold temperature. Test for low temperature flexibility shall be made in accordance with ASTM D Low temperature test shall be determined after samples have been conditioned 7 -25°F. Leakage shall be cause for rejection. Abrasion: Portable Pipeline shall be tested using a Taber Abrasion device in accordance with ASTM D3389 method A by using an abrasion wheel H-22 having neither additional weight nor counterweight applied to the specimen holder. Specimen should withstand at least 250,000 cycles without any jacket exposure.

3 PPS – Aquaman Blue Hydrostatic Test: 1.Each length shall be subjected to a hydrostatic test at 2X working pressure. 2.All portable pipelines shall be tested at a facility equipped to test each length in a safe controlled manner. 3.Expansion: Expansion or dilation at working pressure shall not exceed 10%. 4.Elongation: Elongation between 10 and 200 psi working pressure shall not exceed 3%. Burst Test: Each length shall be woven with “Anti Burst” technology. No radial burst will be allowed. Retention of end fittings or coupling shall equal or exceed the burst pressure rating. Diameter: All portable pipelines shall have an internal diameter of not less than the trade size. Portable Pipeline Systems Nominal Technical Specifications Portable Pipeline Systems Field Office: 3844 Mistral Dr. Huntington Beach, Ca Tel: Fax: Pg: AMB/0303

4 PPS - Wasteline SCOPE Quality: The heavy duty Portable Pipeline supplied under this specification is a premium quality, extruded through the weave product designed primarily for Sewer line, Recycled-Reclaimed/Wastewater or Emergency Dewatering applications. All materials used in the fabrication of the hose shall be of the best quality commercially available. All products shall have at least a 2 to 1 safety ratio of working pressure to burst, which will insure safety and reliability when using the products in maintenance or emergency operations. The product shall be Green as per APWA color coding standards for sewerage. Service Life: The hose furnished under the terms of this proposal shall have a potential service life of at least 10 years, barring mistreatment or accidental damage that would render the portable pipeline unfit for service. Upon delivery, the hose shall be in first-class condition, and have a warranty for one year against defects in workmanship and materials. The supplier shall provide replacement as necessary without any charge whatsoever to the Utility Department. TECHNICAL INFORMATION Quality Assurance: The manufacturer must be committed to a Total Quality Management program designed to meet ISO International Standard 9002 (1987 E). Quality Management procedures shall regulate all critical areas in the manufacturing process including: twisting, weaving of jackets, extruding of linings, vulcanizing, coupling, testing of hose and physical – laboratory testing of all raw materials and finished hose. The manufacturer shall maintain current calibrations on all test apparatus traceable to the National Institute of Standards and technology (NIST). No exceptions are to be allowed. Manufacturing: The portable pipeline shall be manufactured using a through-the-weave extrusion process. A totally synthetic woven textile jacket will be completely encapsulated with a thermoplastic polyurethane cover and liner. This process shall produce a one-piece construction with excellent integrity and protection provided by the cover, liner and “pillar” adhesion of polyurethane through the interstitial spaces of the woven jacket. Jackets: Reinforcement material shall be one or more plies of spun/twisted – polyester yarn. The jackets shall be evenly and firmly woven, free from unsightly defects, dirt, knots, lumps, irregularities of twist that might affect the serviceability of the finished product. Each jacket shall be seamless and shall have polyester filler yarns woven around the hose throughout its length with the warp ends interwoven with the filler yarns for strength and consistent integrity. The jacket shall be designed with anti-burst technology to prevent catastrophic failure in the event of a puncture. Cover & Lining: The thermoplastic polyurethane material used in construction shall be a single ply extrusion of polyether urethane polymer, which naturally resists hydrolysis, ozone and oxidation. Natural or synthetic rubber is Not Acceptable. No reclaimed material is acceptable. The entire extrusion process shall be tightly controlled to reduce weight, increase compactness, kink radius and maintain concentricity of lining, jacket reinforcement and abrasion cover. Ozone Resistance: Cover specimens shall be subjected to ASTM D , “Standard Test Method for Rubber Deterioration – Surface Ozone Cracking in a Chamber”. Specimens shall be prepared in accordance with ASTM D , “Standard Test Method for Rubber Deterioration – Surface Cracking”, Procedure C and shall be elongated 15%. After conditioning for 24 hours in ozone–free atmosphere the mounted specimens shall be exposed for 336 hours at 104  F, to an atmosphere containing 50 pphm  of ozone. There shall be no appearance of cracking or crazing when viewed under a 7X power magnifying glass at any time during or at the end of the 336-hour exposure. Tensile Strength and Ultimate Elongation after Water Immersion: Tensile strength and ultimate elongation after water immersion shall be determined in accordance with ASTM D-471. The immersion test shall be performed in accordance with ASTM D- 471, utilizing water as a test fluid. One specimen shall be subjected to water immersion for 14 days at 23  C. When tested as specified the tensile strength of the tube and cover after 14 days immersion shall be at least 40% of the tensile strength obtained before immersion and shall be at least 500 psi. The tensile strength after 42 days of immersion shall be at least 25% of the tensile strength before immersion and shall be at least 200 psi. When tested as specified the ultimate elongation after 14 day immersion shall not be less than 40% of the original elongation before immersion and the ultimate elongation after 42 days shall not be less than 25% of the original elongation obtained prior to immersion.

5 PPS – Wasteline Green Adhesion: The test for adhesion shall use a dry and wet specimen in accordance with ASTM D-413. When tested in this manner the original adhesion between the tube and reinforcement and between the cover and the reinforcement shall not be less than 4.45 decanewton (daN) for the cover and 4.45 (daN) for the lining. Low Temperature Flexibility: The Portable Pipeline shall be capable of performing in extreme cold temperature conditions. The test for low temperature flexibility shall be made in accordance with ASTM D The low temperature test shall be determined after the samples have been conditioned 7 days at  F. Leakage shall be cause for rejection. Abrasion: The Portable Pipeline should be tested in accordance with ASTM D-3389, method “A” using abrasion wheel H-22 having neither additional weight nor counterweight applied to the specimen holder. Each specimen should withstand at least 250,000 cycles without any exposure of reinforcement jacket or lining. Hydrostatic Test: The hose shall be coupled and tested at the point of manufacture if desired by customer. Hydrostatic test shall be conducted on hose equipped with couplings in accordance with the industry standard or suitable pressure-testing regime agreed to by customer. Each length of hose is to be subjected to a hydrostatic test pressure as per above agreement Twist: The hose shall not twist more than 36  per 100 ft of length under maximum working pressure. Warp: The hose shall not warp or deviate more than 20” from a straight line drawn from center to center of the fittings at the end of the hose. Expansion: The expansion in circumference of the hose between 10 and 300 psi shall not exceed 10%. Elongation: The elongation between 10 and 200 psi shall not exceed 3%. Burst Test: All portable pipelines shall be woven with “Anti-Burst” technology. No radial burst will be allowed. Retention of the coupling or end fitting shall equal or exceed the burst pressure rating for each size of portable pipeline. Diameter: The Portable Pipeline shall have an internal diameter of not less than the trade size. WasteLine 600 Green Method of Testing: (A) All tests shall be conducted at the point of manufacture, or at a laboratory equipped for such testing. All hydrostatic hose testing shall be performed using water according to the specifications in the National Fire Protection Association technical publication 1961 (latest edition). Hydrostatic tests shall be conducted under controlled conditions employing equipment capable of supplying a uniform pressure. 2 – 2


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