PE Pipe Maintenance for Durability and Dependability

PE pipe is a device that connects straight pipes, pipe fittings, and valves to transport gas, liquid, or fluid containing solid particles. Blowers, compressors, pumps, boilers, and other devices pressurize the fluid, which then flows from high to low pressure in the pipeline. It can also be carried by gravity or the fluid’s own pressure. PE Pipes offer a wide variety of uses. They are mostly employed in water distribution, drainage, heating, gas distribution, long-distance transportation of oil and natural gas, agricultural irrigation, hydraulic engineering, and various industrial facilities.

PE pipes, despite having a longer lifespan and being more durable, nevertheless require maintenance. When it comes to the efficiency and long-term dependibility of PE pipe systems, here are a few methods for keeping PE pipes in good condition.

Algae Removal and Sterilization

Adding bactericidal chemicals to the circulatory system kills all types of bacteria and algae in the circulating water.

Sludge Removal

Add a stripping agent to the pipeline to help peel off the biological sludge and clean the sludge through circulation.

Pre-Filming of the Surface

To prevent corrosion, use a pre-filming chemical to create a dense polymer protective film on the surface.

Continual Upkeep

To prevent calcium and magnesium ions from crystallizing precipitation, add corrosion inhibitors and scale inhibitors at the same time. Also, conduct random inspections to monitor the water quality on a regular basis.


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