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For diameters up to 100 mm NB (110 mm OD), Sanjivani also supplies a variety of compression fittings that ease the work of the maintenance engineer. These compression fitting are push type and can be joined even by unskilled fitters to enable quick restoration or extension of pipelines without loss of production.


Compression Fitting Connection
Sanjivani HDPE pips saves both Time & Money

Lower Life Cycle Costs

  • Corrosion resistance. Does not rust, rot of corrode.
  • Leak tight. Heat-fused joints create a homogenous, monolithic system. The fusion joint is stronger than the pipe
  • Maintains optimum flow. Does not tuberculate has a high resistance to scale or biological build-up excellent water hammer characteristics. Designed to withstand surge events.
  • High strain allowance. Virtually eliminates breakage due to freezing pipes.
  • Additional cost savings are achieved by lower instance of repairs
  • With no exfiltration on infiltration, potable water loss and groundwater nuisance treatment costs encountered   in   traditional   pipes   systems   are eliminated.
  • Sanjivani HDPE pipe Hazen contains finely divided and throughly dispersed corbon black which gives virtually permanent protection against ultraviolet lights.
  • Material of choice for trenchless technology
  • Fewer fittings  due to  pipe flexibility.  Allowable bending radius of 20 to 25 times outside diameter of pipe.
  • Lighter   equipment   required   for   handing and  installation than with metallic materials.
  • Excellent the need for thrust blocking. Heat fused joints are fully restrained.
  • Light weight and longer lengths allow for significant savings in labor and equipment.

Polyethylene pipe installation are cost effective and have long term cost advantages due to its physical properties, leak joints and reduces maintenance costs.
The Polyethylene pipe industry estimated a service life for HDPE pipe to conservatively be 50-100 years. This relates to savings in replacement costs for generations to come.


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