It’s globally recognised. Internationally accepted.
And it’s now here.
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Since Australian pipe manufacture began in the 1950s, polyethylene pipes have been recognised for their outstanding physical properties and chemical resistance. Now, enormous leaps in technology have rendered polyethylene the material of choice for engineers in the 21st century, and for mega-cities such as New York and London.
POLYNEX High-Density Polyethylene pipes (HDPE) are formed using a unique double-wall ‘i’beam profiling, resulting in compression strengths up to 8kN/m2. Resistant to fatigue and corrosion, the HDPE pipe has an estimated asset life of 100 years.
HDPE pipes have been utilised in a range of applictions, from culverts to sewerage, manholes to below-ground water storage. Pipe sizes range from DN600 to DN3000, making implementation only as limited as your ingenuity.
See the Polynex site for pipe applications and specifications.