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CS 200 - Dimetro nominal Pulgadas 3 4 6 mm 88 109 168...

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GERENCIA DE DISTRIBUCIÓN DIVISIÓN INGENIERÍA Y OBRAS CARACTERÍSTICAS DE DUCTOS CORRUGADOS DE PVC DIBUJÓ: ELABORÓ: REVISÓ: APROBACIÓN: ÚLTIMA REVISIÓN: P. RUANO ÁREA NORMAS G.V. 08-07-99 09 - 2003 CS 200 Pág 1 de 1 Notas: Longitud del ducto: 6 m Energia al impacto: 108 J Debe suministrarse con un anillo de caucho en uno de sus extremos que garantice hermeticidad El interior del ducto es liso El ovalamiento es la diferencia entre los diámetros máximos y mínimos Debe cumplir lo especificado en la ET 609 “Ductos corrugados de PVC para redes subterráneas de Media Tensión y Baja Tensión” Diámetro interior mínimo Pulgadas mm Promedio Tolerancia Ovalamiento máximo mm Pared exterior Pared interior Pared del valle 3 88 88,90 ± 0,28 1,60 75 0,40 0,40 0,60 4 109 109,20 ± 0,32 2,40 100 0,40 0,40 0,60 6 168 168,28 ± 0,32 2,40
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