2018 Las-Vegas : Rehabilitation of abandoned dn1000mm steel pipe with PE100 in malaysia
Author(s) : KianLin Ng, WengKeong Tan, KumHoong Lou
Heavy and constant trucked container traffic combined with an accelerated ground settlement in a coastal reclaimed land caused a DN1000mm cement-lined mild steel water pipeline that crossed under it to sink by more than 6m from its original buried depth. This then caused the internal & external cement lining to crack....
2018 Las-Vegas : Slow crack growth resistance of non-virgin polymers
Author(s) : Andreas Frank, Isabelle J. Berger, Mario Messiha, Carl-Gustaf Ek, Norbert Schuler, Jens-Martin Storheil, Erwin Mayrbäurl, Steve Heeley, Frank Krause, Lodewijk Niemöller, Philippe Gabriëls, Yogesh S. Deshmukh, Florian Arbeiter, Thomas Koch, Gerald Pinter
In order to improve the circular economy of polymers in terms of sustainability and reduced carbon footprint, the increased use of recyclates has become a topic of major importance. Due to their long design lifetimes, pipe applications represent an excellent opportunity to create added value to non-virgin polymers. In...
2016 Berlin : Fiber reinforced large diameter polyethylene pipe
Author(s) : Shi Jingdong, Tan Gangqiang
FIBER REINFORCED LARGE DIAMETER POLYETHYLENE PIPE (GRPE) consists of fiberglass as the middle layer, and HDPE as inner and outer layers to provide required strength and stiffness. This composite pipe is made by spirally winding under hot melt condition, pipe pressure ranges is from 0.8 to 1.6 MPa. The fiber reinforced...
2016 Berlin : Polypropylene Pipe: An Evolving Market
Author(s) : Steve Sandstrum, Stefan Dreckoetter, Zak Schultz
This paper provides a historical overview of the development of polypropylene (PP) for piping applications. The discussion includes a historical review of each step in the evolutionary trend for PP piping materials over the last 40 years and culminates with a focus on the most recent development in PP piping...
2016 Berlin : PVC4Pipes Training and Presentation Packages - 2016
Author(s) : Jean-Francois Greiner, Steve Tan, Alastair Walmsley
PVC4Pipes, a non-profit association founded in Brussels in 2003, whose main purpose is to support and stimulate the use of PVC pipe systems, has recognized the need to improve the knowledge and the perception in the market of the quality and environmental sustainability of PVC pipe systems. So a series of...
2014 Chicago : PE100 and PE4710 Sourcing Components in a Global Market
Author(s) : Steve Sandstrum, Stephen Boros
As the technical performance and reliability of polyethylene pipe systems have grown, so too has the range of application and the complexities for designing and sourcing the variety of components necessary for these projects. In today’s global market, major industrial and/or municipal investments such as raw water...
2014 Chicago : PVC4Pipes Training and Presentation Packages - 2014
Author(s) : GREINER Jean-François, TAN Steve, WALMSLEY Alastair
In order to make it easy for the PVC pipe manufacturers to train their sales forces in a professional and consistent way across Europe and to give them a set of clear reference data, PVC4Pipes has taken a first initiative in developing a Training Toolkit, a set of Power Point slides, which provide information about...
2012 Barcelona : How much recycled PVC in PVC pipes?
Author(s) : J.Fumire and S.R.Tan
This paper demonstrates the excellent recyclability of rigid PVC and the strong possibilities of incorporating recyclate into foamed PVC pipes. Calculations show that it is the availability of rigid PVC recyclate, partly due to the long service lives of PVC pipes, which is the limiting factor in further extending the...
2012 Barcelona : Polyethylene Pipe and Hydroelectric Development
Author(s) : Sandstrum Steve
The term “hydroelectricity” conjures images of massive concrete dams and vast reservoirs that harness
the power associated with moving water. More recently, however, technological advancements and
environmental awareness have resulted in renewed interest in small-scale hydroelectric projects. These
2006 Washington DC : PE 4710: WHAT’S IN A NAME?
Author(s) : Steve D. Sandstrum, White G. Jee
Polyethylene pipe produced from resins meeting the criteria for the PE 100 designation
were first introduced on an international scale in the late 1980’s. Since, that time these
piping products have grown to become recognized as the international standard for longterm performance in the use of polyethylene pipe. The...
2004 Milan : Innovative PVC Pipe Systems for Increased Safety and Improved Economics
Author(s) : S.R.Tan, and A. Bos
PVC has become the world’s most versatile thermoplastic, with a wider range of uses than any other plastic material. PVC products deliver substantial performance benefits, making it the material of choice in many applications and sectors of our modern society.
In the past, PVC products have been selected against...
2001 Munich : Dynamar Fluoropolymer Processing Additives in Applications of HDPE Pipes
Author(s) : Papp, Steve, Amos, Briers
Fluoropolymer based polymer processing additives (PPAs) are frequently used in the
polyethylene industry. Besides their ability to eliminate melt fracture and die build-up,
PPAs are used to optimise the process conditions in a wide range of applications without
having to make compromises on the properties of the final...
2001 Munich : Progress in PVC Pipes - Quality, Consistency and Sustainability
Author(s) : Bos, Tan
The paper examines the production of PVC and its conversion into PVC-U pipes. Advances
in chemistry, process engineering and the design of extrusion equipment have led to
significant improvements in quality and consistency of both PVC polymers and pipes made
from them. At the same time, pipe productivity has risen...
Wimmera Mallee Pipeline Project
Author(s) : Whittle, Resenberger, Tan