- Puriton Barrier Pipe For Contaminated Land
Puriton Barrier Pipe For Contaminated Land
Puriton barrier pipe is available in diameters 25 to 63 mm and is manufactured from a black PE80 core, an aluminium barrier layer and a light blue PE80 outer layer with brown stripes.
Puriton service pipes are available in coils and also in straight lengths for the 63 mm pipe. They are quick and easy to join without the need for surface preparation, denso or foil tape, using the range of cutting edge Puriton 2 mechanical fittings.
The barrier pipe system of choice for the safe distribution of drinking water through contaminated land.
- What is a Puriton pipe?Puriton is a brand of polyethylene pipe used for gas distribution systems. It is known for its high resistance to corrosion and its ability to withstand pressure and impact. It is commonly used in the UK and Europe for gas mains and service connections.
- What size is a Puriton pipe?It depends on the specific type of Puriton pipe. Puriton pipes are available in various sizes ranging from ½ inch to 24 inches in diameter. It is important to check the specifications of the specific type of Puriton pipe needed for a particular project.
- When should barrier pipe be used?It depends on the specific type of Puriton pipe. Puriton pipes are available in various sizes ranging from ½ inch to 24 inches in diameter. It is important to check the specifications of the specific type of Puriton pipe needed for a particular project.
- What is the difference between a barrier pipe and a normal pipe?A barrier pipe is a type of pipe that has an extra layer of protection to prevent the permeation of gasses and liquids. This is important for pipes that carry drinking water or gas, as it helps to prevent contamination. Normal pipes do not have this extra layer of protection and are typically used for non-potable water or drainage systems.
- Do you need to insulate the barrier pipe?It is recommended to insulate barrier pipe to prevent heat loss and maintain the temperature of the water inside the pipe. Insulation can also prevent condensation and reduce the risk of freezing in colder temperatures.