Why just polyethylene pipes

Polyethylene (PE) is very suitable material for production of pipes. It was discovered in the thirties of the 20th century and because it is continuously developing and improving material, it is an unrivalled raw material for pressure piping system at present.

Pipes made of polyethylene are marked with the abbreviation PE - HD (HD = High Density). In addition this abbreviation is combined with a mark, which specifies material strength - PE 80 or PE 100. The values 80 and 100 are derived from the maximum permissible strain in the pipe wall in the course of 100 years at the temperature of a fluid of 20º C. The strength of the raw material PE 80 or PE 100 of water supply pipes depends mainly on the wall thickness, so the final price depends accordingly.

Benefits of PE - HD pipes
  • Tightness
  • Optimal capability to transport water
  • Resistance to corrosion
  • High resistance to impact at low temperatures
  • Wide production range
  • Excellent properties for joining pipes by welding
  • Long lifespan
  • Low weight and thus easy handling and storage
  • Chemical resistance to most solvents, acids and oils

Wide field of application
  • Supply of potable water
  • Rain water drainage lines
  • Wastewater lines
  • Industrial wastewater lines
  • Reconstruction of piping systems made by trenchless methods
  • Irrigation system

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