The pipes are equipped with a smooth end with a locking cord and a bell in which the smooth end is plugged.
The hood (a) has two cameras. The TYTON® gasket (b) is housed in chamber 1 (the seal chamber), with which we achieve seal tightness. Chamber 2 (the blocking chamber) has a window (or several, depending on the diameter) on which the blocking segments (c) are inserted once the smooth end or spigot of the tube (d) is plugged in, and they slide to their position around the hood. The pin is factory equipped with a locking cord (e). Once the connection of the connection has been made, the connection is blocked by means of a pull back. The contact of a + c + e is produced, which provides a positive axial closure that prevents it from being disconnected.
Once the connection is blocked, the pipe is ready for operation, and will not disconnect. This type of latching has a simple assembly, which saves labor and avoids any margin of error, since they have a single position
of introduction and turns the pipeline into self-supporting. Thus allowing the removal or reduction of concrete blocks (concrete) since it does not require anchors at the joints, not even at the elbows.