Tomher HDPE Pipes
If you are searching for a cost-effective solution to your piping needs, then look no further than High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE) pipes.
Their uses are manifold – they carry potable water, waste water, slurries, chemicals, dangerous wastes and compressed gasses.
HDPE pipes can be used underground, above ground, sliplined, floating and in sub-surface marine applications.
HDPE or High-Density Polyethylene is a strong and extremely durable material, making HDPE pipes one of the best pipes you can use if you need pipes which are long-lasting and cost-effective.
- Urban and rural water supply networks
- Urban and rural sewage networks
- Drainage networks
- Fluid systems and industrial sewage
- Pressurized irrigation systems (Drip and sprinkler irrigation system)
- Moving irrigation systems
- Telecommunication cable coverings/optical fiber coverings
- Power cable covering
- Metal pipe covering
- Ventilation channels
Polyethylene Pipes (PE pipe)
HDPE or High Density PolyEthylene pipes have been produced worldwide since the 1950s. Since then, PE use and the number of applications for PE pipes ( polyethylene pipes) have grown enormously due to their versatility and the advantages they offer over iron, steel and cement pipes.
Why Polyethylene Pipes (PE pipe)?
Properties and specifications of plastics – particularly polyethylene – have increased in industry usage. The flexibility of PE pipes (polyethylene pipe) allow cost savings in installation. Trenchless technology for installation means less disturbance to the environment. There is no need to pull long lengths of polyethylene pipes through holes below ground bored by mechanical moles.
Tomher HDPE Pipe Features
Tomher PE pipes can be supplied in straight lengths or in coils, reducing the need for joints and fittings. PE pipes can be jointed using butt and electrofusion techniques or using mechanical fittings.
PE material weighs 75% less than cast iron, steel or concrete. This makes handling substantially easier and ideal for quick installation.
PE material can bend to a radius of 10 to 20 times its diameter. Also, it can be produced in continuous length so fewer fittings or connections are needed thus more cost-savings.
Withstands Harshest Environments
PE material is chemically inert within its temperature use range and not affected by corrosive environments. Given its highly compact molecular structure, the material can sustain high compressive and flexural loads, making it the perfect material when subject to rough handling. The built-in UV resistance also ensures that long term outdoor exposure is never an issue.
Tomher supplies products for these projects: fire systems, high pressure water transmissions systems, urban/industrial sewage systems and natural gas transmission in chemical and industrial environments or telecommunications and cable coverings. All these are handled by plumbing systems offered by Tomher.
Pipe Jointing Method
Can be joined using:
O’ring with screw
PP Compression Fittings
(size: 3″ & below)
Tomher HDPE Pipes