Many people don't know much about HDPE Krah Pipes, so here is an introduction to some knowledge about HDPE Krah Pipes.
HDPE pipe is a pipe made of high-density polyethylene (English name "High Density Polyethylene", referred to as "HDPE"). HDPE pipe is a replacement product of traditional steel pipe and PVC drinking water pipe. Although HDPE was introduced in 1956, this plastic has not yet reached a mature level. This general material is constantly developing its new uses and markets. PE can be manufactured in a wide range of different processing methods. Including such as sheet extrusion, film extrusion, pipe or profile extrusion, blow molding, injection molding and rotational molding. So how to install HDPE pipe?
The Krah Pipe is a high-density polyethylene (HDPE) wound structural wall tube that is heated and wound. The wall pipe is made of high-density polyethylene resin as the main raw material, adopts hot-winding poplar technology, and uses polypropylene (PP) single-wall corrugated pipe as the supporting structure to make a special structural wall pipe with high resistance to external pressure. Krah Pipe products can be divided into four series: PR, OP, SQ, and VW. So how did the Krah Pipe enter the US market?
The downpipe profile is used to collect rainwater on the roof, which is a component of the downwater system and is concentrated to the rainwater pipe laid below the ground. Downpipe profiles can be divided into: 1. Metal pipes (such as cast iron pipes, color aluminum pipes, copper pipes, etc.); 2. Plastic pipes (such as PVC pipes, etc.). Today, how to offset the downpipe profiles?How to install downpipe profile at the same time?