AWWA Comment Period on ANSI/AWWA C621 (formerly C6JJ-XX) - Internal Pipe Joint Seal Assemblies for Water Service
April 13, 2018

AWWA solicits public comments on all proposed new AWWA Standards, and on all proposed revisions, reaffirmations, or withdrawals of existing AWWA Standards. The referenced standards project is being considered for approval and the publication of this notice begins AWWA's 30-day public comment period. An electronic public review copy of the proposed standard can be obtained for review during the comment period by emailing etssupport@awwa.org. Comments must be submitted in writing to the AWWA contact listed below no later than the last day of the comment period specified herein. Such comments shall be specific to the section(s) of the standard under review and include sufficient detail so as to enable the reader to understand the commenter's position, concerns and suggested alternative language, if appropriate.


AWWA Comment Period closed on 5/13/18.

Send comments to:
Paul Olson
303.347.6178 phone
303.795.7603 fax

The review copy will be edited for publication and may also be revised as appropriate based on any comments received during the public comment period. Therefore, this copy is not suitable for continued utilization and is intended only for comment purposes.

Final publication of the standard may take several months. When it is available, a notice will be published in the official notice section of Journal - American Water Works Association. The standard becomes an effective AWWA standard on the first day of the month following such publication in Journal - American Water Works Association.

SCOPE
This standard describes the selection, and installation requirements for field-applied, mechanical, internal pipe joint seal assemblies for water service. Internal joint sealing is a method of in-situ pipe joint rehabilitation that is used to correct leaking pipe joints; to strengthen weak joints or localized wall pitting and other structural defects at joints; to seal leaks at cracks; prevent exfiltration or infiltration, or used in concert with other non-joint specific methods of pipe rehabilitation (cement–mortar lining, cured-in-place pipe lining, etc.).

MAJOR REVISIONS
This is the first edition of this standard.