3PE Coating Pipe has three layer PE antisepsis structure:
the first layer with epoxy powder (FBE> 100um)
the second layer with adhesive (AD), 170 - 250um
the third layer with polyethylene (PE) 2.5 ~ 3.7mm
DIN30670,CAN/CSA-Z245.21, NFA 49-710, ISO DIS21809
Optimal internal pipe surface temperature is created prior to epoxy coating. Another air pressure leak test is performed. Conditioned air is then introduced into the pipe to evenly distribute the epoxy coating throughout the piping system. Following the coating application, conditioned and controlled air flows through the pipes to facilitate epoxy curing.The end result is a smooth, permanent epoxy coating barrier between your pipes and water. After the epoxy coating cures new valves and hoses are installed to all fixtures. A final pressure test and flow test is performed to confirm system functionality.
The 3PP means three layers of PP coating.
PP three-tier structure of anti-corrosion pipeline:
the first layer of epoxy powder (FBE50 - 100um),
the second adhesive (AD) 250 - 400um,
the third layer of polypropylene (PP) 1.4 - 4.0mm.
Coating temperature up to 110 degrees.
FBE (Fusion Bond Epoxy) coating was developed for long-term external corrosion protection of pipelines. FBE consists of a fusion bond epoxy powder applied to a heated, abrasively cleaned pipe.
With a choice of several powder coatings, FBE can withstand operating temperatures from -40°C to 65°C (minimum thickness 0.30mm/11.8 mils)*
Intended for use as an external coating system for buried or submerged oil and gas pipelines
Offers excellent adhesion and cathodic disbondment resistance
Developed for moderate to high temperatures
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