propertıes of polyethylene raw materıal?

Developed in 1950, low-density polyethylene pipes in the PE 32 class, together with the developing technology, today with the 3rd Generation PE 100 raw material;

  • Drinking water lines,
  • Desalination plants,
  • Marine discharge lines,
  • Gravity flow water lines,
  • Gas power plants,
  • Garden irrigation lines,
  • It has been an economical and high-performance solution in many areas such as sewer lines.

Polyethylene is the most preferred product in its field due to its high performance and economy compared to other raw materials, as well as its long-lasting durability.
It is resistant to weather conditions, highly resistant to tearing and pressure, high resistance to stress cracking, resistance up to -30 to -60 degrees, resistance to corrosion, easy and reliable assembly, friction losses at less level than metal pipes, non-toxic.

If polyethylene does not have any physical and chemical protection, it is affected by UV rays and weakens. Thanks to the 2-3% carbon black added during production, UV input is cut off and weakening is prevented. Therefore, PE can also be used outdoors. However, other types can be used underground or outdoors with a protective coating.

Polyethylenes defined with the development of petrochemicals are classified according to their densities: LDPE, MDPE, HDPE
HDPE have a stronger resistance than others. MRS (Minimum Required Strength) value was calculated as 8 for MDPE and 10 for HDPE products. For HDPE, this provides a greater strength at a lower wall thickness value and therefore more fluid flow. MDPE products, on the other hand, provide advantages in terms of cracks and splits caused by external impacts with greater wall thickness value.