HDPE FITTINGS MALE ELBOW
1.Pipeline Rehabilitation 2.Fusion Joints 3.In trenchless installations, the physical characteristics of HDPE pipe enables you to use a smaller pipe, resulting in less ground disruption than when installing other fusible products. 4.HDPE does not emit potentially hazardous levels of toxins into the air during production, during fusion or into the ground or water during use.
ERA Piping Systems, HDPE Pipe Fitting , PESW011 MALE ELBOW, (ISO4427-2) , BUTT WELDING, WRAS
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System: HDPE Pipe Fitting System
Properties of HDPE Pipe Fitting Male Elbow
High-density polyethylene (HDPE) or polyethylene high-density (PEHD) is a polyethylene thermoplastic made from petroleum.
Referenced Standards: ISO 4427-2 / ISO 4427-3
Applications of HDPE Pipe Fitting Male Elbow
Trenchless technologies are also used to rehabilitate old, failing pipelines with HDPE. There are several technologies to choose from when rehabilitating old pipelines. These technologies include slip lining and pipe bursting. Both are excellent techniques for cities to revitalize or replace and upsize older existing infrastructure.
HDPE piping systems can be joined with heat fusion welds. Heat fusion involves the heating of two HDPE surfaces then bringing them together to form a permanent, monolithic, leak-free system.
Unlike the fusion process developed for other plastics pipes, the fusion process for HDPE is proven and has been used by the natural gas industry for over 40 years. Approximately 95% of all gas distribution piping in the United States is polyethylene pipe joined by heat fusion.
Fusing HDPE pipe is not difficult and personnel can be trained in the process.
Advantage of HDPE Pipe Fitting Male Elbow
1.In trenchless installations, the physical characteristics of HDPE pipe enables you to use a smaller pipe, resulting in less ground disruption than when installing other fusible products.
2.HDPE does not emit potentially hazardous levels of toxins into the air during production, during fusion or into the ground or water during use.