Since its discovery in 1933, PE has grown to become one of the world’s most widely used and recognized thermoplastic materials. The versatility of this unique plastic material is demonstrated by the diversity of its use and applications. The original application for PE was as a substitute for rubber in electrical insulation during World War II. PE has since become one of the world’s most widely utilized thermoplastics.Today’s modern PE resins are highly engineered for much more rigorous applications such as pressure-rated gas and water pipe, landfill membranes, automotive fuel tanks and other demanding applications.PE’s use as a piping material first occurred in the mid 1950’s. In North America, its original use was in industrial applications, followed by rural water and then oil field production where a flexible, tough and lightweight piping product was needed to fulfill the needs of a rapidly developing oil and gas production industry.The success of PE’s pipe in these installations quickly led to its use in natural gas distribution where a coilable, corrosion-free piping material could be fused in the field to assure a “leak-free” method of transporting natural gas to homes and businesses. PE’s success in this critical application has not gone without notice and today it is the material of choice for the natural gas distribution industry. Sources now estimate that nearly 95% of all new gas distribution pipe installations in North America that are 12” in diameter or smaller are PE piping.The performance benefits of polyethylene pipe in these original oil and gas related applications have led to its use in equally demanding piping installations such as potable water distribution, industrial and mining pipe, force mains and other critical applications where a tough, ductile material is needed to assure longterm performance. It is these applications, representative of the expanding use of polyethylene pipe that are the principle subject of this handbook. In the chapters that follow, we shall examine all aspects of design and use of polyethylene pipe in a broad array of applications. From engineering properties and material science to fluid flow and burial design; from material handling and safety considerations to modern installation practices such as horizontal directional drilling and/or pipe bursting; from potable water lines to industrial slurries we will examine those qualities, properties and design considerations which have led to the growing use of polyethylene pipe in North America. 

Industrial group Aban Baspar Parsian specialized manufacturer of polyethylene pipe and UPVC, National and international standards using the most modern technology. The products manufactured by CNC devices to monitor the quality control is done And post-production quality control tests carried out on products and certificates issued, All products are offered to customers in the industrial group Aban Baspar Parsian, brand Abram Ettesal.

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