The main task of pipe systems is to transport a medium in a safe way and without any leakage from one place to another. For polyethylene and polypropylene systems homogenous jointing connections are preferably used, as the sustainability and safety are guaranteed and they are maintenance-free as well.
Flange connections are also a very important jointing method within a pipe system, as they are a detachable connection and thus allow a transition to other pipe materials.
In August 2012 representatives of Borouge and Borealis have visited Krah AG to attend the tests of the Krah Comtruder®-Technology using their high stiffness Polypropylene. The tests were made on a machine sold to the Ukraine and the test runs were made using BorEco BA212E. The customer was very pleased about the results of the extrusion trials.
Tartu, with its population of 101,246 (Population Census data from 2000) in an area of 38.8 square kilometres, is the second largest city of Estonia. Tartu, lying 185 kilometres south of Tallinn, is also the centre of Southern Estonia. The first written records of Tartu date from 1030.
With the constant development of the rainwater and sewage pipelines, city of Tartu arranged tender to renovate old 1500mm concrete rainwater pipeline.
"ISCO Industries Field Report", May 2012 (English)
The Pipes were manufactured by Profile Pipe Technologies
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