IPEX high purity piping systems meet stringent industrial requirementsJuly 17, 2015 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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IPEX manufactures the widest range of thermoplastic piping systems available, all produced to the strictest internal quality control specifications. Its integrated process piping systems are designed to meet the temperature, pressure and size requirements of a wide range of industrial applications.
Enpure high purity polypropylene piping systems are among the company’s lineup, promoted as a low-cost solution with a high resistance to chemicals, corrosion, bacterial growth and abrasion.
The purity of a system depends upon the leachability of the material and the joining method used to assemble the system. IPEX addresses both of these areas with Enpure. Because the systems are manufactured from an FDA-approved, natural, virgin Polypropylene and copolymer (no regrind material is used), and designed as an integrated socket fusion system, they eliminate the potential for contamination during the movement of ultra-pure liquids in facilities, such as laboratories and plants. No contaminants are created in joining, and the pipes are capped and boxed immediately after production, avoiding contamination during manufacturing.
Proven in the field for more than 20 years, manufacturers and research facilities look to Enpure as a superior high purity system that meets the stringent requirements of their operations. The systems can handle corrosive liquids at temperatures from zero to 200 degrees F, and feature improved flow characteristics compared to traditional purity systems thanks to the smoothness of IPEX piping.
A comprehensive range of pipe, valves and fittings is available in Schedule 40 and Schedule 80 nominal bore sizes from ¼ to four inches.
IPEX products are backed by comprehensive, coast-to-coast support, all from one reliable source. Contact IPEX Inc. for more information.