Krah pipes used for new motorway near Moscow
For the first time a novelty of POLYPLASTIC Group - pipes with a diameter of DN/ID3500mm - were used in the reconstruction of the water supply company Akulovsky.
In Russia, these Krah pipes are sold under the trade name “Corsys” or “Corsys PLUS”. In the Moscow region, the construction of a highway is underway, which will connect the Yaroslavskoe and Dmitrovskoe highways and also serve as a backup for the northern section of the Moscow Ring Road. According to the project, the new road will cross the open section of the Akulovsky water channel, which will carry water from the Uchinsky reservoir to the first elevator of the Eastern Waterworks. In this connection, it became necessary to reorganize the open channels and replace them with large-diameter closed pipelines. The total length of the pipeline under construction will be 1.2 km.
To solve the problem, Corsys PLUS pipes with a diameter of DN/ID3500mm were chosen. The products for the construction of the pipeline were supplied by the trading house DKO POLYPLASTIC. In Klimovsky Pipe Plant of POLYPLASTIC Group the production of Corsys pipes with diameter of DN/ID3500mm was started in 2022. Large-diameter Corsys PLUS pipes are specially designed for installation of main networks of domestic, industrial and storm water sewers. At the same time, they can be used in the construction of water supply and sewage networks with a working pressure of up to 0.6 MPa.
Corsys PLUS polymer piping systems have good hydraulic and physical-mechanical properties, high corrosion resistance, resistance to aggressive media and low growth of vegetation. The installation of the pipeline with embedded electric heaters is automatic, all this ensures high reliability of the structure throughout its life - more than 50 years. Thus, Corsys PLUS series pipes with a diameter of DN/ID3500mm were used for the first time in water pipeline construction. Their use in the reconstruction of the Akulovsky water canal in the area of road construction will minimize the negative impact of vehicles with heavy traffic on this section of the road, which is adjacent to the sanitary protection zone of the canal, for decades to come. The project is scheduled for completion by the end of this year.
Author: Polyplastic Group, Moscow