There are 3 basic layers in an RTP chemical pipe: internal thermoplastic liner, fiber reinforcement layer, and external thermoplastic jacket. The liner acts as a bladder, the fiber reinforcement provides strength, and the jacket protects the load-bearing fibers.
Steel pipe is strong, rigid but often weak at corrosion. Unlike steel, RTP pipe made of thermoplastic material is useful for applications where corrosion resistance, ultraviolet (UV) resistance, and more rigidity than plastics are desirable.
Permeation is the process by which an outside chemical passes through a pipe material resulting in water contamination.
TOPOLO adopts PET and HDPE pipes. A study found that vinyl is virtually impermeable at low levels of exposure and at high levels of exposure would actually fail before allowing the water to become contaminated. This means vinyl-based pipes, like PET and HDPE, can effectively mitigate the risk of water contamination through chemical permeation. Reinforced thermoplastic is ideal for interior piping systems.
TOPOLO Chemical Pipe Features
Pressure resistance up to 50MPa;
Operating temperature up to 130℃;
Strong joints and no leak;
40% lower cost than plastic pipes;
The inner wall is smooth and non-scale, and the flow speed rate is 2 times of metal pipes.