GF Piping's PE100 Industrial Polyethylene Piping System offers mechanical strength and impact resistance in low-temperature applications

GF Piping Systems has introduced the chemically resistant PE100 Industrial Polyethylene Piping System, which offers a complete range of pipe, fittings, valves and fusion joining technologies. The system features mechanical strength and impact resistance throughout a wide temperature range, and is suited for cold temperature applications as low as -58ºF.
 
The PE100 system is available in pipe sizes from 2 inches to 36 inches, with molded fittings from 2 inches to 12 inches and fabricated fittings from 14 inches to 36 inches. GF Piping also offers a line of compatible-sized valves, including compact tee, ball, diaphragm, butterfly and check styles. Installation is performed using one of three GF Piping System fusion joining technologies, depending on pipe diameter. Infrared Butt Fusion is provided for 2- to 8-inch sizes, Contact Butt Fusion for 2- to 36-inch sizes and Electrofusion for systems 2- to 256-inch sizes. All three technologies allow a simple, safe and secure heat fusion joining process, while providing controlled butt fusion and weld traceability.

The robustness of GF PE100, combined with improved impact resistance, provides advantages in applications where low temperatures would typically degrade or limit physical properties of other plastic materials. PE100 also demonstrates abrasion resistance, which allows for use in transporting brine solutions, dissolved solids and slurries. Other performance characteristics include low weight, flexibility and compatibility with a broad range of chemicals. PE100 conforms to ASTM, NSF and FDA standards.
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