Monthly Archives: November 2013

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  1. PURAD - High Purity Piping Systems

    PURAD is an abbreviation of "pure advantage" and is the name given to the family of AGRU high purity thermoplastic materials. This family include welding systems, semi-finished products and even CAD design software to design 3D piping layouts.In many critical process applications high purity fluid flow systems are essential. These processes include semiconductor manufacturing, pharmaceuticals and biotechnology. These demanding applications require the highest purity pipes, fittings and valves, which, after installation ensure that the piping system is 100% contamination free.The materials the PURAD family are PP, Polypure PP natural, PVDF
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  2. Electrically Conductive Pipes That Reduce Static Risk

    Static builds up when two surfaces that are not electrically conductive rub together. In certain situations where volatile media or dry substances are being conveyed, the risk of static discharge from pipes can be potentially dangerous. To control and safely discharge static electricity, special grades of electrically conductive Polyethylene and Polypropylene pipe should be used.Electrically conductive pipes are designed to be used for piping systems in plant engineering, these specialist polymer products are an increasingly popular alternative choice for this application due to their safety.Electrically conductive
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