Blue MDPE PE80 Water Supply Pipe

Blue MDPE PE80 water pipe for the supply of potable water.

Diameter | Pressure Rating

20mm | SDR9
25mm, 32mm, 50mm 63mm | SDR11

Coil sizes: 25m, 50m, 100, 150m* 6m* (check availability for 150m coils and 6m lengths) 

We provide a variety of MDPE water pipe fittings to meet your needs.

For diameters greater than 63mm please contact the sales office.

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  • What is the blue MDPE pipe used for?
    Blue MDPE pipe is typically used for transporting water, particularly for underground water mains and service connections. It is also commonly used for irrigation systems and in the gas industry for transporting natural gas.
  • What size is blue water supply pipe?
    The size of blue water supply pipe can vary depending on the specific application and location. However, common sizes for blue water supply pipes in residential areas are 20mm, 25mm, and 32mm. It is important to consult with a professional plumber or water supply expert to determine the appropriate size for your specific needs.
  • Is MDPE the same as PE80?
    MDPE (Medium Density Polyethylene) is a type of PE80 (Polyethylene 80), but not all PE80 is MDPE. PE80 is a classification of polyethylene that has a density of 0.93-0.94 g/cm3, while MDPE specifically has a density of 0.926-0.940 g/cm3. So while MDPE falls under the PE80 classification, not all PE80 is MDPE.
  • What does PE80 mean?
    PE80 is a type of polyethylene plastic that is commonly used in the manufacturing of pipes for gas and water distribution. The "PE" stands for polyethylene, while the "80" refers to the material's density, which is 0.930-0.960 g/cm³.
  • How deep to bury a blue water pipe?
    The depth at which a blue water pipe should be buried depends on various factors such as the climate, soil type, and local building codes. However, as a general rule, blue water pipes should be buried at a depth of at least 18 inches to protect them from freezing temperatures and damage from external factors. It is always best to consult with a professional plumber or local building authority for specific guidelines in your area.