High-density Polyethylene Pipe-joining System Market – Significance, Market Overview, and Worldwide Market Outlook

Polyethylene piping made from high density materials is used in numerous applications such as marine, agriculture, municipal, industrial, mining and landfill. High density polyethylene (HDPE) pipes are typically used in transportation of potable water, chemicals, wastewater, slurries, compressed gases, and hazardous wastes.

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The oil and gas industry has been utilizing HDPE pipes since quite a while. Polyethylene, being extremely durable, corrosion-resistant, high flow characteristics, flexible, and light-weight is highly preferred in piping solutions across numerous industries

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A number of end-use industries are increasingly rapidly since high density polyethylene (HDPE) pipe has advantages over other materials such as PVC, cement, steel, or other plastics. Heat fusion, the most common method used to join HDPE pipe, works by heating two pipe ends and pressing them together, creating a permanent joint that converts individual sections of pipe into a single, continuous line.

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High-density polyethylene (HDPE) pipe-joining systems that utilize conventional techniques such as fusion are slowly losing traction. While it still is a highly popular and conventional way of joining HDPE pipes, a number of new alternatives are cropping up and gaining popularity, such as mechanical coupling methods. These not only reduce the challenges associated with heat-based joining methods, but also offers increased life to the joint.

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