Bogenn HDPE Pipes are manufactured through the processing of High Density Polyethylene Raw Material with extrusion technology.
The production of Bogenn HDPE100 pipes is based on the following standards.
DIN EN 12201 Polyethylene Plastic Pipe Systems
DIN 8074/75 Polyethylene Pipes
DVGW W 335 Plastic Pipe Systems
Bogenn HDPE100 Pipes are produced within Ø20 – 1200 mm range with the specifications given below.
Bogenn HDPE100 Pipes are produced within Ø20 – 125 mm range as tube coil and length pipes, and the production range for length pipes is Ø140 – 1200. Special requests of the customers are taken into account.
Bogenn HDPE100 Pipes are produced in black colour with blue stripes. Special requests of the customers are taken into account.
AREAS OF USAGE
HDPE100 pipes are widely used in infrastructure clean water systems thanks to its superior features such as high impact resistance, corrosion resistance, ease of implementation, reliable connection methods, long service life.
Bogenn HDPE100 Pipes can be connected with different connection techniques. Common connection methods are butt-welding, electro-fusion welding and socket welding applications. Where necessary, installation is also possible with mechanical connection techniques.
For single wall pipes made of HDPE100 material, the value of ring rigidity, also referred to as “Shesap” determined with calculations in accordance with EN13476 based on the assumption that material elasticity module is 800 MPa, is obtained as described below.
Criteria and applicable national legislations must be complied with in the transportation, storage and installation of HDPE100 Pipes
Bogenn HDPE100 Pipes must not be subject to any impacts during transportation, storage and installation. Pipes which are damaged for any reason must be discarded and must not be used. Pipes must not be carried by dragging.
- Directives of our company and applicable standards must be taken into account for the implementation of the method preferred for the connection of the pipes.
- Measures must be taken for preventing possible damages in the pipes as a result of excessively high pressures and cases in which the fluid in the installation freeze.
After the installation procedures are completed, the piping systems must be subject to pressure test and results of the test must be recorded.