Elite Valve

DN - RP d D Z N H
20- 3/4 19.2 32 53 83 119
25- 3/4 24.1 36 51 83 119
32  3/4 31.1 43 45 83 119

Projects Valve

Dn-Rp d D Z N H
20- 3/4 19.2 32 53 83 119
25- 3/4 24.1 36 51 83 119
32  3/4 31.1 43 45 83 119

Concealed Valve

Dn-Rp d D D1 Z N H
20- 3⁄4 19.5 34 45 46 75 112
25- 3⁄4 24.5 34 45 43 75 112
32- 3⁄4 31.5 43 45 39 75 112

Straight seated valve

Dn-Rp d D D1 Z L H Pieces/Box
20- ½ 19.5 34 45 46 75 69 150
25- ½ 24.5 34 45 46 75 69 150
32- 3⁄4 31.5 43 45 39 75 69 150

Y Valve

Dn-Rp L Z
20- 3/4 70 40
25- 3/4 80 48
32-3/4 90 56

Ball Valve

d d1 d2 D L S
20 19.5 28.5 33.85 20.55 4.6
25 24.5 33.2 38.8 22.7 5.5
32 31.5 43 44.2 27 6.1
40 39 54.5 61.2 29.5 7.7
50 49 67.7 77 32.2 9
63 61.9 87 96 36 11
75 73.4 103 115 43.7 13.15
90 88.2 117 131 45.7 15
110 108 145 162.25 48 16

About Banninger

A. Introduction
In 1995, EGIC has introduced Water Supply Solutions polypropylene – PPR water supply solutions to the Egyptian market and achieved a new benchmark of hot and cold water. We started to manufacture PPR pipes and fittings with superior German quality.
Material: Polypropylene – Random copolymer

  • Size: 20mm – 160mm
  • Pipes Length: 4 meters straight length
  • Area of application:
    o Cold and hot potable water
    o Swimming pool installation
    o Rainwater application
    o Heating systems
    o Pipelines for industrial use
    o Compressed air system
  • Color: Green
  • Stripes: Orange
  • Standard: DIN 8077/DIN 8078, DIN EN ISO 15874
  • Pipe series: SDR 6/S 2.5

B. The Advantages of Bänninger – PPR Water Supply System are:

  • Available with wide range of sizes (20mm – 160mm)
  • High flow rate, light weight and smooth inner surface
  • Great stability and reliability at higher temperature
  • Non-toxic, chemical resistant and absolutely has no rust release
  • Ease of fitting and ability to maintain water pressure.
  • Low installation cost as it doesn’t need any kind of solvent cement compared to PVC

C. Installation Tips

  • Use cutters with a sharp, pointed blade for smaller sizes
  • Remove any debris left from cutting the pipe
  • Wipe the end of the pipe from inside and outside with clean cloth to remove dirt, grease and/or moisture
  • Plug in the iron early, as it will take 5-10 minutes to heat up.
  • When the iron is hot, insert the pipe and fitting into the iron.
  • Pushing both sides at the same time, immediately insert the pipe into the fitting. Push the pipe until the rings meet within the welding time.
  • Once the rings meet, you will have 5 to 15 seconds to make adjustments to the alignment, depending on the pipe size. Do not twist during adjustment, alignment, or insertion.
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