This general describes the fabrication and the trying out of nominal 1-in. via 156-in. (25-mm via 4,000-mm) fiberglass pipe and becoming a member of structures to be used in either aboveground and belowground water structures. carrier and distribution piping structures and transmission piping platforms are incorporated. either glass-fiber-reinforced thermosetting-resin pipe (RTRP) and glass-fiber-reinforced polymer-mortar pipe (RPMP) are fiberglass pipes. Epoxy-resin and polyester-resin structures are defined, and commercial-grade glass-fiber is certain because the reinforcement fabric within the pipe wall. Liner fabrics included comprise thermosetting or thermoplastic resin, bolstered or unreinforced, without or with fillers. strain periods defined are 50, a hundred, one hundred fifty, 2 hundred, 250, three hundred, 350, four hundred, and 450 psig (345, 689, 1,034, 1,379, 1,724, 2,069, 2,414, 2,759, and 3,103 kPa). Stiffness periods defined are nine, 18, 36, and seventy two psi (62, 124, 248, and 496 kPa). This general can be utilized to the level appropriate for different diameters, strain sessions, and stiffness periods. for info on layout, hydraulics, and install, seek advice from AWWA handbook M45, Fiberglass Pipe layout. significant revisions made during this version of the normal comprise the subsequent: wording alterations to elucidate "production run" and fabrics accredited; the required hydrotesting diameter was once elevated from fifty four" to 96"; and, the hydrotesting strain for diameters more than fifty four inch is 1.5x to raised replicate present gear services to be had within the undefined.