Polyethylene pipes are produced in different grades such as PE100, PE80 and PE63 grades, which have different applications.
Uses of polyethylene:
pipes for water supply urban and rural
sewerage networks Irrigation
networks under pressure Fire extinguishing
systems and fire protection of electrical cables telecommunications and fiber optic
systems for transfer of liquids and industrial sewage of drainage
networks of buildings
systems and mobile irrigation system
mobile air conditioning systems
For more information, read the article "Uses and applications of polyethylene pipes". Also, the article on the disadvantages of polyethylene fittings and pipes provides interesting explanations about polyethylene.
Installation, commissioning and maintenance of systems that use these pipes is a very complex and specialized task that requires trained specialists and special equipment. Welding of these pipes is one of the most important parts of installation, which must be done with high accuracy. If welding is not done properly, leakage is possible in the short term. It is recommended that you read the popular article "Polyethylene Pipe Welding and Polyethylene Fittings".
Every year, international exhibitions are held in the field of polyethylene pipes and polyethylene fittings, which shows the importance of this product in the global market, as well as modern European and world industries.