PRN: Ductile Iron Pipes Advantageous for Potable and Waste Water Pipelines, According to FT Ductile Ltd
Ductile Iron Pipes Advantageous for Potable and Waste Water Pipelines, According to FT Ductile Ltd
LONDON, December 20, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --
FT Ductile Ltd, supplier of a range of high quality pipe products, is advising the UK construction industry to use ductile iron pipes for potable and waste water pipe networks.
Ductile iron pipes are most suitable for the transportation of potable and waste water due to their strength and ability to withstand high amounts of pressure. To help increase the pipe's durability, cement mortar pipe lining is commonly used to reinforce the resilience of the pipe. Cement mortar not only helps prevent corrosion over time, but also ensures the pipe network remains resistant to fracture and maintains its strength over a long period of time.
Duncan Frazer, CEO of FT Ductile Ltd, commented: "It is necessary that pipe networks are made as resistant as possible to reduce the necessity for regular pipe maintenance in the future. Due to the importance of both potable and waste water pipelines it is imperative they are built to withstand a number of different stresses and pressures to ensure transportation of materials within the pipeline can be achieved with as few problems as possible.
"Ductile iron pipes have proven highly resistant to a number of elements which may damage a pipe network, as such proving their durability and suitability for potable and waste water pipe networks."
To ensure pipe networks created with ductile iron pipes are made as resistant to damage and corrosion as possible, FT Ductile Ltd provide a tailor-made service that includes sourcing, supply, delivery and after sales service for ductile iron pipes, pipe fittings and other pipe accessories. FT Ductile Ltd will also supply pipes in a range of diameters, ranging between 80mm - 1600mm, to ensure the requirements of clients are met.
For more information, please visit http://www.ftductile.co.uk or call +44-(0)1543-416894.
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