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Technical specifications of ARIA KAVAN ATLAS and machinery
Quantity of equipments and production line capacity
1- 3 production lines of continuous GRP pipes from 300 to 3000 millimeter diameters
2- Certified under license of GRP PIPES of Italy for 2 years
3- 3 production lines of discontinuous GRP pipes from 50 to 1000 millimeter diameters
4- 2 production lines of discontinuous GRP pipes from 400 to 4000 millimeters of diameter
5- Equipped with the workshop for production of all GRP fittings
6- Equipped with production lines of portable fiberglass tanks up to 4 meters diameter and 12 meters length with 150 cubic meters of volume and fixed tanks from 4 meters to 25 meters in diameter and 2000 cubic meters of volume which are produced at the site and are increasable up to 10000 cubic meters volume.
1- Fiberglass pipes designed specifically for drinking water, raw water, petroleum, chemicals up to 32 bar pressure and 10000(pa) of stiffness in continuous and discontinuous types with coupling joints and bell-and-spigot joints and flange joints.
2- Fiberglass tanks produced 2 types: in the warehouse, and at the site for all types of fluids.
3- Urban utility tunnels made of GRP in 2 to 6 Diameters according to the orders for The first time in the world (Invention)
4- GRP well casing pipes for the first time in the whole Iran.
5- All types of GRP fittings and joints according to the ordered diameter and size.
6- GRE and GRVE pipes with Taper joints for petroleum and petrochemical industries Our Aims:
To be the leader in the manufacturing, engineering & after sales services of GRP (FRP) piping and tank systems.
The above can only be achieved by our commitment toward the following:
• Fulfill the customer’s satisfaction and expectation
• Ensure continuous improGRP pipesent in all aspects.
• Enhancing “Safety” as our first priority.
Recent Situation
The world’s infrastructure is aging. Millions of kilometers of water and sewer pipe need rehabilitation.
This dilemma is a worldwide problem. And where an aging infrastructure is not a problem, it’s generally because there are no infrastruture – it remains to be constructed in many developing countries. However, these nations, too, are faced with difficult decisions about how to build and what materials to use in order to avoid what happened in the developed countries.
Who’s the culprit? For the most part, corrosion is responsible for this problem.
Internally unprotected concrete sewer pipes are rapidly deteriorated by the presence of sulfuric acid in a sanitary sewer system, which generated through the hydrogen sulfide cycle.
• Externally, soil conditions and stray electrical currents will deteriorate underground pipes. Poorly coated metallic pipes can corrode when placed in poorly aerated and poorly drained soils. The presence of sulphate-reducing bacteria will accelerate corrosion.
• These problems can be significantly reduced, if not eliminated, by the careful selection of materials resistant to corrosion protection, only to learn a few years later of the consequences. Where as corrosion is not a reversible process.