You will need

- card inventory, waybill, or a certificate on the pipe;
- — table of theoretical weights and GOST steel pipes;
- — GOST 18599-2001 "pressure Pipes made of polyethylene".

Instruction

1

Find in cards of the warehouse account, invoice or certificate, information about the pipe,

**the weight**which you want to calculate. Pipes can be welded and seamless, round, water and gas supply tube, or profile. Determine the type of**pipe**. Confirm with the outer diameter and wall thickness in mm. Measure the length of one**pipe**in meters and count the number of pipes in order.2

Find it in the Handbook of theoretical weights of steel pipes appropriate GOST type and estimated

**weight**of one meter**of pipe**of the desired diameter and wall thickness. By multiplying the value of the mass per meter length**of pipe**, obtain the weight**of pipe**in kg. Calculate the total order weight by multiplying the weight of 1**pipe**on their order quantity.3

Calculate in a similar way weight polyethylene

**pipe**, knowing her type, diameter, wall thickness and length. Use for computing the reference data of the standard in polyethylene pipe. To determine the weight of one meter of plastic**pipe**through the directory, you need to calculate the SDR or standard dimension ratio.4

Divide the diameter of the plastic

**pipe**to the thickness of its walls. So you'll find SDR in mm. Knowing the standard dimension ratio, look at the reference data of GOST the estimated**weight**per meter**pipe**of the necessary diameter. Next, calculate the weight need to cut**pipe**or the whole of the Bay, by multiplying**weight**per meter**of pipe**to the length.