2021 Amsterdam : THE DEVELOPMENT TREND OF CHINA’S PLASTIC PIPE INDUSTRY RESPONDING TO CHANGES IN THE ECONOMIC SITUATION
Author(s) : Zhanjie Wang, Yan Zhao, Melody Guo, Yanju Fan, Wei Tang
In the past ten years, China's plastic pipe industry has maintained a steady growth and
made great progress in the upgrading of industrial structure, technological innovation,
and improvement of quality levels. However, at the same time, in the face of the complex
changes in the current economic situation, especially...
2018 Las-Vegas : Large diameter spiral wound pressure pipes
Author(s) : Bülent Kuzkaya
Spiral wound pipes are becoming more and more important in larger diameter HDPE pipe production technology. The spiral wound structured wall pipes with profiles are already well known and used for several low or non-pressure pipe applications. This paper shows that spiral wound pressure pipes can fulfill the...
2016 Berlin : Main drivers and barriers for plastic pipes in Europe
Author(s) : Davidovski Zoran,
The European Plastics Pipes and Fittings Association (TEPPFA) and it Application Group Civils working group initiated a new project at the beginning of 2015, to find a way of improving the communication and promotion of TEPPFA and its projects to the industry. This project was divided into the two phases with the...
2016 Berlin : The application development for cipp utilizing furan resin
Author(s) : Tomoyuki Kobayashi, Shigeru Ogasawara, Satoshi Nishijima, Hiroki Ohzeki, Shinichi Nishiyama
In this paper, it is reported the development and product design of CIPP with Biomass resin, “Furan resin”. To satisfy the both properties of Long Pot-life and enough curing speed of resin as the application of CIPP, latest hardener of acid catalyst was very effective to achieve the both properties shown above. And to...
2014 Chicago : Cost Saving Solutions in Pipe Production
Author(s) : Rob G. Spekreijse, Johann Bryan
Producing PVC is a competitive market. Unless special products are produced like larger sizes or OPVC, the competiveness is important. Therefore the real issue becomes the saving of cost in producing pipe from PVC. There are many ways of saving costs and that issue must be considered in production companies making...
2014 Chicago : Exploring the Japanese Market for Polyamide 12 Pipes
Author(s) : Yuji Higuchi, Kazuhiro Nishimoto, Takeshi Mise, Eiji Takenaka, Markus Hartmann
This study explores the Japanese market for polyamide 12 (PA12) pipes in terms of new product market success. To gain the market penetration, there are various entry barriers for the new product in the new market field which has big distance between current marketing areas and target country. In spite of becoming...
2014 Chicago : Highlight on PVC Stabiliser for Pipes – Comparison and Trends
Author(s) : Dr. Udo Anders
PVC is a well-established material used worldwide for different applications such as window profiles, technical profiles, cables and sheets. Usage of PVC for pipes covers pressurized potable water applications as well as sewage systems, conduit, gas piping systems, gutters and fittings. Pb-based stabilizers have been...
2014 Chicago : PVC-O: Expanding in Technology and Application
Author(s) : André Nijland, Frans Alferink
PVC-U is used around the globe for potable water supply and sewer applications. This is due to its strength and stiffness as well as to its excellent flow properties. PVC-U shows an excellent performance in protecting the potable water quality. And it is registered that failure rates of PVCU pipelines are very low....
2014 Chicago : Standardization of Data Capture for Fusion Operations
Author(s) : Dennis Jarnecke
The Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) published the final rule establishing integrity management requirements for gas distribution pipeline systems on December 4, 2009 (Distribution Integrity Management Programs - DIMP). The regulation requires operators, such as natural gas distribution...
2014 Chicago : The Rapid Spread of Large Diameter PO Pipes in the Middle East and Asia
Author(s) : Mohamed Hageb, Roger Jepson, Mohana Murali
Throughout the financial crisis in the West, governments and businesses in the Middle East and Asia have continued to invest in industry confident that low labour costs or low feedstock and mineral costs would ensure that they remained competitive. Also many large water and wastewater projects have been continued,...
2014 Chicago : The VinylPlus label for sustainable plastic piping systems
Author(s) : Zoran Davidovski
VinylPlus is the new 10 year sustainability commitment of the PVC value chain in Europe, built around five challenges for the sustainable future of PVC in our society. An important target within Challenge 5 - “Sustainability Awareness” is the market launch of a product label by 2013.
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