High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) pipes have a vast array of benefits. They are known for their durability, flexibility, and overall resistance to environmental stress. This eco-friendly pipe is also leak-free and corrosion resistant, which is why it has gained popularity over the years in numerous sectors such as the construction, chemical, gas, oil, mining and water distribution industries.
With that being said, there are still multiple factors that affect the quality and lifespan of your businesses pipeline operations. Other than the obvious inconvenience damaged pipelines can cause, it is also extremely costly for your business, especially if all operations have to come to a halt.
Even with proper planning and handling, unforeseen circumstances such as extreme environmental and operating conditions, design stress, accidental damage or plain human error can happen to any business at any time. Appropriate risk management procedures need to be in place and it all starts with the correct HDPE pipe dimensions and fittings.
Methods of connecting HDPE pipes can be divided into two parts, namely:
1. Welding methods.
2. No welding methods.
* Molded fittings
* Fabricated fittings
* Electro fusion welding
* Butt welding
* Compression fittings
* Insert fittings You can read more about the different methods of connecting and fitting an HDPE pipe here. We also have instructions on how to install compression fittings.
It is imperative for businesses not to take for granted the importance of a properly made, jointed and maintained pipe. Optimal industrial pipeline performance is based on solid HDPE pipe fitting and installation methods. At PipeFlo, we have an extensive and knowledgeable network of skilled HDPE welding and jointing experts who will ensure that your pipeline operations exceed your expectations when it comes to efficiency and quality, no matter how complex the design.
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