IPCO manufactures HDPE pipes for city water
networks, ranging in size from 16mm - 500 mm in diameter. The pipes are designed
for a nominal working pressure, Class of PN 6, PN 10, PN 16 according to ISO
4427 and EN 12201, 2003.
Characteristics of HDPE pipes manufactured at IPCO:
resistance to the effects of ground movement
Plastic Company provides you with the established
polyethylene pipe system, with the following specified
pipes manufactured within BSEN ISO 9001-2000
certified quality systems.
testing. Third party certification.
Up to 16 bar
rated at 20 degrees Celsius.
No anchor or
thrust block needed.
installation, due to its lightness and
flexibility coupled with its durability and
total secure jointing methods.
methods: Electrofusion, Buttfusion, Mechanical
Crosslinked Polyethylene pipe (PE-X), manufactured
according to DIN Standard 16892/16893. JAMCO PEX is
a Cross Linked Polyethylene pipe used for central
heating and sanitary networks, and has the following
chemical and electrochemical corrosion
Applications and Field use:
Cross linked polyethylene pipes (JAMCO PEX) are used to convey hot and cold
drinking water under pressure. This includes, low temperature cooling and
heating systems (radiating panel systems), and high temperature systems
(radiator systems up to 90°C). Given the exceptional properties of this
material, the pipes can be used to convey gas and chemical substances, as well
as drainage systems, without the risk or chemical, or toxic corrosion.
Importantly, JAMCO PEX produces the preferred type of material to use in the
relining operations given their high resistance to abrasion.