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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