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It was at the time of the World War II when polyethylene (PE) ( visit here ) was first prepared and
used experimentally in high frequency radar cables. This preparation later turned to give impetus
to commercial production of polyethylene; and now PE is being produced in billions of pounds
every year. There are a number of forms PE is manufactured and used in - two of the most
popular forms are high density PE and low density PE.
What is Polyethylene?
High density polyethylene (HDPE) or polyethylene high-density (PEHD) is a PE thermoplastic that
is made from petroleum. It's best Known for its large strength to density ratio; and is popularly
used in production of plastic bottles, plastic lumber, corrosion-resistant piping, geo-membranes,
HDPE is commonly recycled and is often preferred by pyrotechnics trade for mortars over steel or
PVC tubes. The main reason behind it is more durability and reliability of HDPE. It tends to rip or
tear in malfunction; while most of its competitors seem to shatter and become shrapnel.
Why Use HDPE Sheets?
HDPE sheets are the standard base platforms because of being a relatively strong plastic. The
HDPE board secures motor mounts, casters, wheel assembly, electrical assemblies,
strengthening bars or vertical standoffs, and some other components. However, HDPE sheets do
not necessarily need to be used only for the base purpose. It can also be used for structural
components such as electronic shielding and mechanical triggers.
Why Use HDPE Pipes?
HDPE pipe is high density polyethylene plastic pipe that is often a popular choice for drainage in
household plumbing. Besides in drainage, it is also used for electrical and communication
applications. Depending on the application you want to address, HDPE comes in different
diameters and wall thicknesses.
Multiple Benefits of Geo-composite
Geo-composite materials are the ones that combine the best features of different materials in a
way to specifically suit to specific applications. These are addressed in the optimal manner, at
minimum cost. This makes its benefit to cost ratio maximum. Geo-composite materials are
generally geo-synthetic materials. It could be a non-synthetic material too. In fact, a combination
of non-synthetic material with a geo-synthetic one proves to be an excellent choice - giving you
the optimal performance as well as making it cost effective. \
Geo-composite drainage filtration is often useful to prevent silt and soil particles from clogging the
There are five basic functions that can be provided through HDPE - separation, reinforcement,
filtration, drainage, and containment.
Advantages that HDPE offers
•Impact and wear resistant
•High elongation ability before breaking
•Good chemical resistance
•HDPE is flexible - which makes it best suitable for lying in hilly and uneven terrain. Flexibility
enables simple handling and easy installation
•HDPE pipes ( find out more ) are light weight and thus, very easy for handling
•Using HDPE reduces your transportation and installation costs
•HDPE sheets and pipes are non corrosive and possess a good resistance to acids and alkalis
•Excellent weld ability due to the most reliable welding techniques
•Inside surface of HDPE pipes is very smooth and thus, pressure losses are minimal