New Product Guide from GPS PE Pipe Systems

A new product brochure has been released by GPS PE Pipe Systems, detailing the whole of the company’s polyethylene pressure pipe systems range.
May 10, 2011 - PRLog -- The new brochure contains the most up to date product information and prices on GPS standard and niche ranges to ensure the customers are fully informed about additions and changes. There are a number of exciting new products being shown, including:

Protecta-Line 63mm Ferrule Off-Takes
Protecta-Line Electrofusion Fittings
Larger Sizes of Excel (PE100) pipe – extending the size range up to 1200mm
Large Diameter Long Spigot and Pupped Fittings in sizes up to 1200mm
Special Flange Assemblies (large diameter PE flange adaptors) in sizes up to 1200mm
Steel Reinforced Gaskets

All systems are manufactured to meet the exacting standards imposed by the gas and water industries and are available in high quality PE80 polymer, formerly known as MDPE (Medium Density Polyethylene) and PE100 (Excel) formerly known as HPPE (High Performance Polyethylene).

The advantages of polyethylene pressure pipe system have been appreciated in the gas and water industries and by general industrial users for many years. Polyethylene's toughness, immunity from corrosion, excellent resistance to chemicals and light-weight has contributed to the continual appeal for its use in situations where cost-effective and reliable systems are required.

Specifiers, distributors, and installers can either request a printed version or download the brochure from

GPS is a trading name of Glynwed Pipe Systems Ltd, an Aliaxis Company, and is dedicated to the manufacture and supply of polyethylene pipe systems for gas and water transportation in the utilities and industrial markets.
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