When it comes to installing new lines or replacing ageing ones, one of the best materials we've come across for the job is HDPE. High-density polyethylene pipe provides strong, long-lasting performance while remaining lightweight and inexpensive. The Plastic Pipe Institute estimates that it will last 50-100 years. The waterworks industry is buzzing about HDPE pipes.
HDPE pipes like many other plastic pipe options is inexpensive. Because it comes in longer sticks or coils, fewer connections are required between pieces, and the thermal fusion used to connect pieces eliminates the need for time-consuming couplers.
In contrast to PVC pipe, which can brittle over time, HDPE pipes remains flexible and strong while remaining lightweight and easy to handle. It performs well in difficult soil conditions and can be used in a variety of applications where other rigid pipe systems fail miserably.
HDPE is a special material in water lines because it can be thermally fused in the field, allowing two lengths of line to be joined without the use of couplers, adhesive, or other similar materials. According to studies, when tested, 100 percent of line breaks occurred away from the fusion point, resulting in a strong connection that will not leak.
Consider never having to deal with a Flint water crisis for your water utility. Because HDPE is plastic, it does not react to all but the most extreme pH changes or chemicals. This means that the pipes you install will not corrode, leak, or pick up contaminants from the materials. In general, HDPE will perform better in situations where metal lines would fall short.
We've all seen trenches dug in haste over lunch, and they can be a pain to lay pipe in. Because HDPE pipes retains its flexibility, it is much better suited to these types of situations than other types of pipes. Do you have a difficult situation that necessitates horizontal directional drilling? HDPE pipes are capable of doing so. Looking for a slip lining solution for a failing line? It is also capable of doing so. In fact, it can be easily assembled with floating, submerged, or plough and plant installations.
When you choose polyethylene pipe (HDPE pipes) for your next water utility expansion, repair, or replacement project. Polyfab provides the best polyethylene pipe (HDPE pipes) to customers.Polyfab is a major PVC Pipes and fitting as well as HDPE Pipes and Fittings distributor in Ethiopia, Kenya, Ghana, and the United Arab Emirates. Due to our scale and skills, we can meet your HDPE Pipe needs anywhere in Ethiopia, Kenya, Ghana, the UAE, and internationally. Please contact us today for more information on how HDPE pipe can help you achieve better results on your next project.