We are a certified company with B.I.S certification for potable water GRP piping. With the market change that was witness in late 1990s, the global GRP / GRE pipe industry is getting stronger. The market of composite pipes remain competitive, in spite of rising material costs due to the high crude oil and natural gas pricing.
Today, 70% of all GRP usage accounts in sewage and portable water transportation pipes and this is continued to be its single largest growth driver. Whether it is buried or above the ground, GRP pipes is the single largest application of polymer composites in the country.
GRP pipes are widely used for a diverse range of applications, including:
Wastewater / Sewerage collection - domestic and industrial
Water supply (cross country transmission and distribution) - municipal, industrial and agricultural
Penstocks - hydroelectric power generation
Sea water intake/outfalls - circulating cooling water for power and petrochemical industries
Slip lining - sewer renewal and structural reinforcement for pressure pipes
Light weight and long service life
Precision coupling with elastomeric gaskets
Resistance against cohesive material and erosive natural soil
Flexibility of modification at very low cost
Superior hydraulic characteristics
Easy installation using coupler joints
Advanced techniques like dual headed filament winding, hand layup and continuous filament winding process are used for manufacturing EPP pipes. Out of all the hi-tech procedures, advanced 2 axis and 4 axis CNC filament winding technology is implemented in GRP pipe. In this process, method for pipe fabrication involves roving of continuous glass strand which is helically wound around a rotating mandrel at an angle of 55° and pre-saturated in a resin bath.
Till the desired wall thickness is achieved, the winding process is continued in bi-directional layers. This winding angle of 55° will provide optimum 2:1, hoop to axial ratio. All the GRP pipes with filament winding is better than pipes manufactured with other methods like hand-layup, as they show better physical properties and have longer service life.
Our pipes, fittings and liners are ID based and cover a wide range of applications and sizes.
BIS - 12709 - Portable Water Applications
BIS - 14402 - Sewage Applications
Design standard AWWA C-950
PN - Pressure Classes 3, 6, 9, 12 & 15 Bar. Availability of higher pressure classes on request
SN - Stiffness Classes 62, 124, 248 & 496 kPa. Availability of higher stiffness classes on request