PE Pipe Manual
Welcome to PE Pipe Model
Guidance for PE Pressure Pipe Systems a unique and comprehensive information tool
The PE Pipe Model, developed by the PE100+ Association with inputs from many industry experts, includes the most frequently asked questions and answers (Q&A's) of all the elements through the pipe system value chain: design, materials, construction, operation & maintenance, and environmental issues.
A lot of relevant graphics, photos, and standards are built into the model. This is a living tool, which a group of pipe industry experts will be reviewing and updating on a regular basis.
The information available through this web site was prepared by the PE100+ Association as general information for customers of Polyethylene compounds which have been developed for pipe extrusion. The information is prepared in good faith and believed to be accurate at time of inclusion on the web site, but it may not always be up to date or directly applicable to all your specific circumstances. The PE 100+ Association and its members extends no warranties and makes no representations as to the accuracy or completeness of the information contained herein and disclaim all liability for any loss or damage arising from reliance on this information by any person.
The properties of pipes, mentioned in this web site will only be achieved under specific processing conditions. In view of the many factors that may influence processing and use, this data does not relieve manufacturers of pipes of their responsibility to carry out suitable tests and experiments of their own. Nothing in this web site shall constitute any warranty (express or implied, of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, compliance with performance indicators or otherwise). It is the responsibility of those to whom our members supply their products to ensure that any proprietary rights and existing laws and legislation are observed.
The PE100+ Association is not a manufacturer of pipes and does not endorse the proprietary products or processes of any pipe manufacturer. Consult the pipe or fitting manufacturer for information specific to your individual circumstances or to discuss the implications of any issue raised through the information provided here.
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