Spirolite Provides Thermoplastic Pipe for Specific Applications

spiroliteFor thermoplastic pipe solutions, Spirolite is among the leaders in plastic pipe technology. Its pipe technology goes through a unique process that allows it to be manufactured at a cost-effective price while functioning as a competitive alternative to traditional piping systems. Although it’s designed primarily for buried applications, the high density, high molecular weight polyethylene material is also designed for weather resistance as well as chemical and corrosion resistance.

As opposed to the conventionally extruded thermoplastic pipe where the inside diameter is decreased as the walls are made thicker, Spirolite allows for consistent internal diameters. It is manufactured through a process that involves a profile extrusion continuously wound upon a mandrel. By taking advantage of geometrically efficient hollow rib and closed profile design, the wall construction has a minimal pipe weight maximizing stiffness to weight ratio. The pipe is available in a variety of standard classes so engineers can choose from economical solutions based on specific application needs.

The standard laying length for Spirolite Profile pipe is 20’ up to 72” I.D. Spirolite HS is a closed profile solution produced in standard 50’ laying lengths.

Miami International Machinery & Equipment Corporation (MIMECO) specializes in industrial equipment and machinery supply. We have more than two decades providing professional solutions in The Guianas, the Caribbean, and Suriname, supplying brands like Performance Pipe, McElroy, Carboline, and more. With our years of experience working as exporters and purchasing agents, we look forward to supplying your company with robust, quality products and solutions at the best prices. Call 305-570-3831 for additional information on our product selection or industrial products online.


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