Call Us : (+98 21) 88 20 20 60

..:: Parsethylene kish co. does not have any representative in iran ,The Company`s products are sold only through the central office with an official Certificate ::..

polyethylene pipe

Plastic Pipes

Number One Choice for Water & Sewerage Applications

Plastic pipes for potable water and sewage applications have been in use in the UK since the 1960’s. Since that time, production techniques and applications have evolved, but essentially plastics have repeatedly shown that they are the superior materials for a great range of installations, and now the standards that others must follow.

Many practical and cost benefits of plastics derive from their inherent properties. Firstly, plastic pipes made from polyethylene (PE) and polpolyethylene pipeypropylene (PP) materials have the flexibility to tolerate ground movement without cracking, whilst at the same time being sufficiently strong to prevent excessive deformation under the combined effects of backfill and traffic loading.

Plastics also address one of the key concerns for the water and sewage industries: leakage. There is a cost associated with the acquisition, treatment and supply (pumping) of water, and if a water distribution system leaks, the lost water can become an extremely high cost. Plastic pipes have an advantage in leak resistance over other materials. This is because they need fewer joints, as they can be produced, transported and installed in longer lengths. Typically, clay and concrete pipes have 2 or 3 times the number of joints of plastic pipelines. Furthermore, the butt or electro-fusion processes used to join PE pipes provide stronger, tighter, more leak proof joints. These welded joints are self-restraining and costly thrust restraints or thrust blocks are not required.

The exceptionally smooth and non-porous bore of plastic pipes gives more flow per metre head/mm bore, when compared to ductile iron pipe. Superb corrosion and chemical resistance is another advantage shared by plastic pipes over traditional pipes. In sewer pipes corrosion can occur because of chemical reactions caused by the biological production of sulphuric acid. Plastics pipe will not corrode, tuberculate or support biological growth. They also offer a high level of chemical resistance to a wide range of substances found in both effluent and contaminated soils, making them the materials of choice in harsh chemical environments. Freedom from corrosion ensures that hydraulic characteristics are superb and will remain so, minimising water losses and pumping costs over the lifetime of the system.

From the construction point of view, plastic pipelines present greater logistical, installation and cost advantages. Light in weight, they allow greater logistical efficiencies and easier on-site handling. PE, for example, is about one-eighth the density of steel, so it does not require the use of hpolyethylene pipeeavy lifting equipment for installation. The combination of flexibility and leak free joints allow for unique and cost effective types of installation methods that the rigid ductile iron pipes cannot use. These alternate installation methods (no-dig for example) can save considerable time and money in most water applications. Narrower trenches also lead to lower installation costs as the cost of the reinstatement of the road surface is expensive.

All the major advantages of plastics, combined with a potential for long system life (100 year or more) and reduced maintenance costs, lead to further cost advantages over the long term.

Importantly, many plastic pipes have better sustainability credentials comparing with traditional materials that were not generally designed with the environment in mind. On top of the advantage of leakage reduction, plastic pipes require less energy in production than alternative materials. According to the PE100+ Association, PE pipe has ten times less environmental impact than the equivalent ductile pipe. This is based on full life cycle analysis, which takes into account not only energy consumption, but also other factors such as effects from emissions.

At the end of their useful life plastic pipes can be easily recycled and because plastic pipes are lightweight, they require less energy for transportation, handling and installation. Finally, PE pipes are the number one choice for trenchless installations, which reduce the need for restoration and roadway reconstruction and allow work under river and lakes with less disruption to the environment.

With the current pressure on water companies to ensure that pipeline installations are not only reliable and cost-effective, but also have a minimal environmental impact, it is no doubt that the growing acceptance of plastic pipes will continue. They meet the requirements down by today’s water industry and their in-built qualities make them the best materials to adapt to the industry’s needs.



Valve | PEX pipe | Push fit system | Plastic pipe | HDPE pipe | Water pipe

UPVC pipe | Spiral pipe | Gas pipe | Underground pipe | Polyethylene pipe fitting | Pipe installation

 OHSAS 18001  ISO 14001  ISO 9001

PE Pipe

Polyethylene Pipe (PE80 - PE100)

PE Fitting

Polyethylene Fitting

PE Manhole

Polyethylene Manhole

PE Welding

Polyethylene Welding Machine

Top categories

 Contact us
  Pars Ethylene Kish at a glance
  Pars Ethylene Kish, a symbol of capability and quality
  Mission and Vision
  Sale and its Strategies in Pars Ethylene Kish
  Reason for High Quality of Pars Ethylene Kish Products
  Quality Control Laboratory
  Guaranty & after sales service
  Reasons of paying attention to quality
  INSO Certificate
  Maintenance and storage of HDPE pipes
  Instructions for storing HDPE pipe against UV
  Polyethylene Joining Procedures
  Polyethylene Pipe
  HDPE pipes for gas supply
  HDPE Corrugated Pipes
  HDPE Single Wall Fittings
  HDPE Double Wall Fittings
  HDPE Electrofusion Fittings
  Cage fish farming
  Domestic Sewage Treatment
  Polyethylene Manholes
  Telecommunication manhole
  HDPE Fire Fighting Pipe
  HandBook of HDPE Pipe
  HDPE Pipe price list
  Price list of double-Layer Corrugated pipe
  FM Approval
  PDMS Catalogue
  HDPE Pipes in Power Plants
  HDPE Pipes in railway and urban rail
  HDPE Pipe in Mining
  HDPE Pipe in Airport
  HDPE Pipe in Conducting Agricultural Pesticides
  HDPE Pipe in drain
  HDPE Pipe in Landfills
  The Coating Materials Of Steel Pipes
  Cable Covering
  HDPE pipe in Ventilation
  HDPE Pipe in Ships
  HDPE Pipes in Floor Heating
  Polyethylene Manhole Sewage
  U-PVC Pipe
  Draining Pipe
  PEX Pipe
  Polyethylene drip irrigation tape
  PushFit System
  HDPE Dredging Pipe
  Polyethylene Welding
  Sewer Fittings
  Application of Polyethylene Manhole
  Polyethylene Tank
  PE Septic Tank
  PE Jersy Barrier
  Fire Sprinklers
  Composite Manhole Cover
  PE Valve Box
  HDPE Pipe in Sea Water
  Price of HDPE pipe
  Brochures & Catalogue
  Polyethylene Machinary
  Raw Material
  Borouge HDPE Pipe Systems
  Reference standards
  Standards for HDPE Pipe
  Technical Data
  Job Opportunities
  HSE Plan
  Welding Course Study
Quality Begins with Pars Ethylene Kish The new generation of parsethylene kish corrugated pipes PDMS Catalog Pars Ethylene Kish Polyethylene cage fish farming Domestic Sewage Treatment FM Approval Certificate Pars Ethylene Kish Isiri Certeficate of Parsethylene Kish 17025 Certificates Integrated Management System SGS Quality Managment System Raw Material of HDPE of Parsethylene Kish Reference standards of Polyethylene, PVC and polymer Handbook of Pars Ethylene Kish products Technical Certificate of Road, Housing and Urban Development Research Center Health Premission of Polyethylene pipefor water supply New Generation of Composite Cover Failure modes and mechanisms in cast iron pipe Case Studies Reference standards of PE, PVC and polymer Fun & Game Join us on FaceBook Follow Us on Telegram

Pars Ethylene kish does not have any representative in iran ,The Company`s products are sold only through the central office 

Copyright © 2007- 2018 Pars Ethylene Kish Co. :: All rights reserved :: Design & Development by: Pars Ethylene Kish ::