PE 100 Pressured Network Pipes

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PE 100 Pressured Network Pipes

PE 100 Pressured Network Pipes

  • POLYETHYLENE PIPES are obtained from the raw material obtained after the polymerization process of ethylene gas obtained from petroleum. Pe 100 refers to the environmental stress (σ) value of 10.0 MPa of the product. This value has started at 32 and the work on Pe 125 continues. Increasing this value means increasing resistance, so it means thinning of meat thickness for the same pressure class. This means that the internal diameter of the Pe 100 pipe increases with the saving of the raw materials. The improvements in these values ​​increase the market share as they offer cost advantages over alternative products.
  • It is recycled as it enters the polyethylene thermoplastic product group. When it is considered in terms of environment, it can be used in second class products when they are collected again. 
  • Since the welding ability of the polyethylene product is very high, the joining methods are varied. Joining methods; welding method, electrofusion welding method, push-socket method and extrusion welding method.
  • The fact that the polyethylene does not suffer from corrosion it is not affected by chemicals, the high resistance to abrasion brings the advantage of life over alternative products. It has a service life of at least 50 years.
  • The networks can be out of use due to earthquakes. Experiencing earthquakes have shown that POLYETHYLENE PIPES are available from earthquake rigid pipes are completely disabled and new lines are laid. In locations where erosion is experienced, the Pe 100's absorption is prolonged due to its 600% elongation capability. Landslide solves the problem on the lines that have to be changed frequently in the regions.
  • The fact that it can be produced at different pressures in accordance with the project saves raw materials and has been effective in the feasibility of the projects.
  • POLYETHYLENE PIPES (Pe100 and HDPE) are most commonly used in Scandinavian countries. The most important reason for this is that it is not affected by the transformation of the water into ice as it retains its elastic properties up to -40 ° C. While all the steel pipes are split with ice, the polyethylene expands and absorbs the volume increase.
  • With POLYETHYLENE PIPES (Pe100 and HDPE), the project costs are greatly reduced with the convenience of river, lake and sea transitions. Many projects that can not be passed on are completed with this product. Since the pipes are light from the water, they are floated on the route and immersed in concrete blocks.