Pipes for industry and energy distribution

Chemically resistant composite pipes are machine wound from chemically resistant isophtal, bis-phenol and vinylester resins, to ensure chemical stability with a number of chemicals (acid and alcali) across a wide temperature range. The static qualities are achieved through winding a Roving mat at varying angles, which allows to simply modify static parameters both in the axial and peripheral circumferential. Depending on the application details, pipes are joined by lamination, with a glue, rubber-sealed socket joints, or flanges (fixed and loose).

Standard technical parameters Chemical resistance of pipes (selected examples)
DN 25 - 4000 mm Common combustion gases up to 230 °C
PN 1 - 16 bar HCl (37%) up to 80 °C
Heat resistance up to 230 °C H2SO4 up to 50 °C
Hustota approximate 1800 kg/m3 Gas chlorine up to 120 °C
Electric resistance insulator as standard
1 MΩ if modified
Water (pressurized)
HCl and Cl2 vapours
up to 140 °C
up to 180 °C


Desulfurization - New Unit at the Ledvice Power Plant (CZ)
Desulfurization - Heating plant Slovnaft Bratislava (SK)
Desulfurization - power plant RDK 8 Karlsruhe (DE)
Desulfurization - New Unit at the Ledvice Power Plant (CZ)
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