For potable water delivery applications, HDPE Pipes are ideal. Leak-free Fused Joints are one of the advantages of HDPE piping systems. Fused joints save installation time and remove potential leak spots. These pipes are also simple to repair because a damaged section of the tube can be cut and a replacement pipe attached through both ends. HDPE pipes are easy to install and move since they are lightweight. HDPE's strength, flexibility, and durability make it an excellent industrial replacement for concrete and metal.
Available Sizes: 20 mm to 710 mm
1. Describe HDPE pipe?
Ans - For almost 50 years, piping systems made of high density polyethylene (HDPE) have been employed in municipal and industrial water applications. HDPE pipes are utilised for ground source geothermal applications, often known as earth energy or geoexchange systems, within PPI's Building & Construction Division.
2. What is the purpose of HDPE pipe?
Ans - HDPE piping is mostly utilised for low-temperature fluid and gas transportation. This includes stormwater, slurry, and hazardous waste. Because of this, HDPE has a reputable and lengthy history of service in various industries, including water, mining, gas, and oil.
3. Do you prefer HDPE or PVC?
Ans - Durability. PVC is a long-lasting vinyl polymer, whereas HDPE is a petroleum-based polyethylene thermoplastic. Both pipes withstand high temperatures with strength. HDPE has been shown to be more durable when comparing failure ratings when subjected to conditions like rain, stress, wind, heat, or cold.
4. What are the benefits of HDPE?
Ans - HDPE has a small bending radius and is softer and more flexible. However, HDPE is a good option for piping applications involving both pressure and no pressure. Flexibility, chemical stability, and a high strength-to-density ratio are all characteristics of HDPE. Through heat fusion joints, HDPE provides a system without leaks.