In any RCC element, compressive and tensile properties of concrete and steel in any such a way that steel is placed in that element at points where it is likely to fail because of tensile forces and concrete is placed at points where compressive forces are high. If steel and concrete are bonded together firmly, then RCC element behaves like one substance even though it is a composite of steel and concrete. Steel resists tension and concrete resists compression and the whole unit remains intact. Since we ‘reinforce’ concrete by steel in this way, we call it ‘Reinforced Cement Concrete’ – RCC.
The character of the concrete is determined by the quality of the paste. The strength of the paste, in turn, depends on the ratio of water to cement. The water-cement ratio is the weight of the mixing water divided by the weight of the cement. High-quality concrete is produced by lowering the water-cement ratio as much as possible without sacrificing the workability of fresh concrete.
We offer RCC Pipes
that are used by various government bodies or construction companies for sewerage, storm water drainage, road culverts, under railway tracks and highways. These are available in different sizes as per the Indian Standard. They are known for high performance, reliability, durability, heavy load bearing and low maintenance.
Manufactured in diameters from 150 mm upto 1800 mm can be designed for substantial external loads. The bell or spigot ends of the pipe, as well as the full pipe section contain both circumferential and longitudinal steel reinforcement
Size from 150 mm upto 300 mm is manufactured using Spinning Method while sizes from 350 mm upto 1800 mm is manufactured using Vertical Casting Method.
We are also glad to announce that we are the only manufacturer in our area who use vertical casting method for the manufacturing of RCC Pipes.
Classification & Recommended locations for placements:
|Class ||Description||Conditions Where Normally Used|
|NP-2||Reinforced Concrete, Light Duty, Non-Pressure Pipes||For Drainage and Irrigation use, for Cross Drains/Culverts carrying Light Traffic.|
|NP-3||Reinforced Concrete, Medium Duty, Non-Pressure Pipes||For Drainage and Irrigation use, for Cross Drains/Culverts carrying Medium Traffic.|
|NP-4||Reinforced Concrete, Heavy Duty, Non-Pressure Pipes||For Drainage and Irrigation use, for Cross Drains/Culverts carrying Heavy Traffic.|
|Sr. No.||Class & Type of Ends||Size|
|1||Class NP-2 (S&S Type)||100MM to 1600MM|
|2||Class NP-3 (Flush Joints)||300MM to 1200MM|
|3||Class NP-3 (S&S Type)||100MM to 2000MM|
|4||Class NP-4 (Flush Joints)||300MM to 1200MM|
|5||Class NP-4 (S&S Type)||100MM to 2000MM|