The OBO Bettermann pipe systems are machined and tested according to DIN EN 61386 (Electrical installation pipe systems for electrical energy and information) and DIN EN 60423 (External diameters of electrical installation pipes and thread for electrical installation pipes and their accessories). DIN EN 61386-1 classifies installation pipes using a 5-digit numeric code, which provides information on the pressure resistance, impact resistance or use temperatures. You can find the first five digits in the product descriptions of the pipe systems. 5-digit numeric code description : * First digit : Compression resistance 1 : Very light (125 N) 2 : Light (320 N) 3 : Medium (750 N) 4 : Heavy (1250 N) 5 : Very heavy (4000 N) Second digit : Impact resistance 1 : Very light (0.5 kg/100 mm) 2 : Light (1.0 kg/100 mm) 3 : Medium (2.0 kg/100 mm) 4 : Heavy (2.0 kg/300 mm) 5 : Very heavy (6.8 kg/300 mm) Third digit : Minimum use temperature 1 : + 5 °C 2 : − 5 °C 3 : − 15 °C 4 : − 25 °C 5 : - 45 °C Fourth digit : Maximum use temperature 1 : + 60 °C 2 : + 90 °C 3 : + 105 °C 4 : + 120 °C 5 : + 150 °C 6 : + 250 °C 7 : + 400 °C Fifth digit : Bending resistance 1 : Rigid 2 : Bendable 3 : Bendable, self-healing 4 : Flexible Bornika is the exclusive agent of OBO Bettermann in the fields of consultation, sales and distribution of power industry products including Pipe Systems is active.
Pipe system accessories produced by OBO bettermann company have been designed for cable and wire routing via special pipes in industrial , commerical , Laboratories and etc. Pipe system accessories have metric and PG standards. Their specifications and applications described below :
Quick-Pipe combines the advantages of cable duct and installation pipe in an intelligent system. This system allows tidy and safe surface-mounted installation of all kinds of cables on walls and ceilings. Quick pipe is available in four metric sizes: M16, M20, M25 and M32. The stock length is 2 m.