ASTM WK63727

    Reinstatement of F1734 - 03(2009) Standard Practice for Qualification of a Combination of Squeeze Tool, Pipe, and Squeeze-Off Procedures to Avoid Long-Term Damage in Polyethylene (PE) Gas Pipe (Withdrawn 2018)

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    Active Standard: F1734 - 19

    Developed by Subcommittee: F17.60 | Committee F17 | Contact Staff Manager



    WK63727


    Keywords

    damage; gas flow; pipe; polyethylene; squeeze; squeeze-off; tubing; Damage assessment; Gas flow; Long-term behavior/performance; Polyethylene (PE); Polyethylene (PE) pipe; Polyethylene (PE) tube; Squeeze-off materials/applications;

    Rationale

    Revision could not get approved now need to reinstate with revision The squeeze off process is commonly used on pipe used in various applications such as gas, water, oil gathering, process water, geothermal and other applications. Recently state regulators have been pushing back on the use of squeeze off because these other applications are not stated in the scope of the 3 ASTM standards that govern squeeze off. This project is to add these piping applications to the scope and body of F1563-11 so that squeeze off can continue to be allowed in these other applications.

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    Work Item Status

    Date Initiated:
    05-30-2018

    Technical Contact:
    Dustin Langston

    Status:
    Draft Under Development