Wrc Polyethylene Pipe Systems manual

Wrc Polyethylene Pipe Systems manual

DTL's comprehensive range of water industry training courses are aligned to the latest water regulations and cover water services, water treatment, waste water treatment and sewerage-related processes. DTL's water and environmental training courses are directly linked to national qualifications with awarding bodies such as City Guilds, giving employers confidence that their people have the correct skills and knowledge to work safely and effectively. If you wish to undertake your own calculations our short and long-term ring stiffness vales are available. What is a hazardous area? Our technical department offers this service free of charge so to request assistance please contact us. Area in which an explosive gas atmosphere is present, or may be expected to beSignup for our newsletter and get notified when we publish new articles for free!


Alternatively, provided that suitable practical facilities are available, courses can be delivered on customer premises. The range includes a complete system of couplings, seals, bends, junctions, specialist fabrications and saddles.

Wrcode v2

A sample calculation is available to download.

Wrc 4 rar

The courses cover many aspects of the industry and each course caters for individuals with a specific amount of knowledge there are beginner courses suitable for entry level delegates through to the refresher courses for experienced professionals. Please login or register using the button below.


*Sizes 755mm and 955mm diameter have approval pending for WIS, BBA and adoption by water companies. The system is manufactured in accordance to BS EN 68976-6 and WIS 9-85-56 v7* and has adequate resistance to the type and quantities of chemicals likely to be found in domestic sewerage. See comparison tables in the Signup for our newsletter and get notified when we publish new articles for free! DTL's courses are designed to help water companies and contractors support the essential skills needed to guarantee the sustainability of water supply in the UK. We recommend that structural calculations are undertaken for all projects.