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Victaulic pipes have grooved pipe ends that can be used with the full suite of Victaulic couplings, fittings, and valves. This compatibility ensures seamless integration into a pipeline for expansions or retrofits. The grooved pipe joining method also accommodates expansion and contraction of pipes.

Depending on the material, pipes are prepared using either of two methods. Roll grooving cold forms a groove by pressing a grooving roll into the pipe wall, a technique that doesn’t remove any material from the pipe. This is suitable for many pipe materials including carbon steel, stainless steel, aluminium, PVC, and copper.

Cut grooving involves cutting into the outside diameter of the pipe to achieve the desired depth of the groove. This method is used for standard weight or thick-walled pipes.

Victaulic grooved pipes are a reliable and easy-to-maintain alternative to welding and flanging. They’re quick to install using Victaulic couplings and fittings, simplifying pipeline requirements.

Technical specifications




Victaulic pipes to suit Original Groove System (OGS)
Victaulic pipes to suit Advanced Groove System (AGS)
Victaulic pipes to suit Endseal Groove
Victaulic pipes to suit Vic-Ring System
Victaulic pipes to suit Double Groove System
Victaulic stainless pipes
Victaulic shouldered pipes

Size range

DN20–650 (¾– 26”)

Pressure range

Up to 207 bar (conforms to coupling)

Material specifications


Carbon steel
Stainless steel
Shouldered steel

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