What is the difference between PVC and HDPE Pipes?
HDPE is a natural gas-based thermoplastic, and PVC is a vinyl polymer. While they are both plastic products, HDPE is a more flexible and ductile pipe materia
HDPE water pipes are known for their flexibility, toughness and chemical resistance. PE pipes have excellent ductility and toughness, can withstand large pressure changes. These performance characteristics make PE pipes the best choice for dynamic soil and earthquake prone areas that require rugged, durable and corrosion-resistant piping that is flexible enough to be installed and assembled in harsh and challenging environments.
Due to the use of 100% original raw materials, we guarantee that all pipes and fittings delivered to our customers comply with the ISO4427 standard or other relevant international standards. For all HDPE round pipes, all pipe fittings, we can provide 20 years of warranty for normal use.
HDPE stands for high density polyethylene (still called PE), is made of ethylene, which come from crude oil or natural gas. HDPE water pipes are extremely rugged and offer extreme durability, flexibility, corrosion resistance and chemical resistance.
All pipes are joined by the hot melt process. The joints form a solid and leak-free piping network with the rest of the tubing. The "allowable water leakage" rate of the HDPE pipe is zero, which is as high as 10% for other types of pipeline.