HDPE FITTINGS END CAP
1.Fatigue Resistance 2.Corrosion Resistance 3.HDPE pipe joined with heat fusion provides leak free connections. 4.HDPE is lightweight and is often more cost effective to transport than metal pipes.
ERA Piping Systems, HDPE Pipe Fitting , PESW005 End Cap, (ISO4427-2) , BUTT WELDING, WRAS
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System: HDPE Pipe Fitting System
Properties of HDPE Pipe Fitting End Cap
High-density polyethylene (HDPE) or polyethylene high-density (PEHD) is a polyethylene thermoplastic made from petroleum.
High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE) pipe and fittings are connected to each other in the same ways through either heat fusion. The most commonly used process to connect HDPE is by heat fusion of pipe butt ends.
Referenced Standards: ISO 4427-2 / ISO 4427-3
Applications of HDPE Pipe Fitting End Cap
HDPE pipe is flexible and ductile, not rigid. It has outstanding resistance to fatigue. Unlike other plastic pipes, it is designed and pressure rated to handle the kind of occasional and recurring surge events that are common in water distribution systems.
Corrosion is one of the most costly problems associated with metal piping systems. It occurs both inside and outside the pipe and affects hydraulic efficiency. Many cities treat their water to help slow rust and pitting that is inevitable with metal pipes. Others choose costly cathodic protection, plastic coating, or sleeving to try and extend the service life of the pipe.
Unlike traditional metal infrastructure products, HDPE pipe does not rust, rot or corrode. It is resistant to biological growth. This means an extended service life and long term cost savings.
Advantage of HDPE Pipe Fitting End Cap
1.HDPE pipe joined with heat fusion provides leak free connections.
2.HDPE is lightweight and is often more cost effective to transport than metal pipes.