O-Ring

Suitable for concrete and vitrified clay pipes

Stability by pressure grouting

Minimal reduction path

Easy installation without any tools

Durable cellular rubber

Pay attention to flow direction!

Figure
 
Item number
 
A | Size range
(mm)
B | Size range
(mm)
L | Cord thickness
(mm)
Material
 
Pressure-tight
(bar)
Thightning torque
(Nm)
Data sheet
 
CRA18256 156-162 110 32 EPDM 0.5 - PDF
CRA18255 156-162 116 28 EPDM 0.5 - PDF
CRA18259 184-190 125 44 EPDM 0.5 - PDF
CRA18258 184-190 135 34 EPDM 0.5 - PDF
CRA18257 184-190 141 34 EPDM 0.5 - PDF
CRA18261 214-222 160 38 EPDM 0.5 - PDF
CRA18264 274-282 200 50 EPDM 0.5 - PDF
CRA18263 274-282 210 38 EPDM 0.5 - PDF
CRA18262 274-282 220 38 EPDM 0.5 - PDF

Problem

You need to connect a sewer pipe to a clay or concrete pipe socket.


Solution (1/4)

Use the Crassus O-Ring. Place the ring on the pipe with the smaller outside diameter.


Solution (2/4)

Push the pipe with O-ring into the clay or concrete pipe socket. The ring will moved with the pipe into the socket and seals the connection.


Solution (3/4)

The O-ring is getting pressed into the socket and you get a professional and watertight connection.


Solution (4/4)

A fast and easy way to connect two sewer pipes.