Thermoplastic Piping Design and Detailing and Thermoplastic Tanks

For the past years, Delta Flow has contributed to the supply of high-quality thermoplastic piping Design and detailing. We are looking forward to a brighter and better future with our products. Many industrial owners are frustrated because they have to repair or even replace their complete piping systems after frequent intervals. Their piping networks are not strong enough, or they have chosen the wrong materials for their applications. As a result, the pipes cannot withstand high temperatures and heavy pressure. We offer a selection of material, jointing, and testing as per application 3D modeling with design for piping systems.

What are Thermoplastic Pipes?

Are you looking for professional thermoplastic piping Design and detailing? We at Delta Flow can help you with your needs. But before that, do you know what a thermoplastic pipe is? Thermoplastic piping is one of the most commonly available and usable piping networks. Why do people prefer thermoplastic piping Design and detailing? Because thermoplastic pipes are low in weight and offer easy fabrication. Experts have offered their advice regarding the selection of material, jointing, and testing as per application 3D modeling with design for piping systems. Every material has its chemical and physical properties. We can help you select the proper material based on your application. 

Thermoplastic piping Design and detailing

Materials for thermoplastic piping Design and detailing

PVC

Probably, the most commonly available and popular thermoplastic piping material is PVC. Even a person from non-engineering background must have heard about this material. PVC thermoplastic piping Design and detailing offers excellent resistance to corrosive attacks and is stronger than other thermoplastic pipes. However, keytones aromatic and some chlorine compounds may damage PVC pipes. It is why it is necessary for you to contact a professional. 

The jointing methods include solvent cementing, threading, and heat fusion welding. You can use PVC pipes for domestic and industrial drain water stems, swag systems, potable water systems, industrial and chemical process piping, and electrical conduit.

CPVC

CPVC thermoplastic piping Design and detailing offers you the same properties as PVC, but you can use CPVC pipes for higher temperatures. The joining methods are also the same as that of PVC. Experts suggest that although you can use CPVC pipes for the same purposes as PVC, CPVC pipes are a good choice for the transportation of hot fluids.

PE

Delta Flow can provide you with the selection of material, jointing, and testing as per application 3D modeling with design for piping systems. So, here comes PE, another thermoplastic piping material. Although PE has low mechanical strength, it offers good chemical resistance and is flexible at low temperatures. Our efficient team of workers joint PE piping networks by inserting fitting with clamps or heat fusion welding. PE thermoplastic piping Design and detailing have a wide range of applications. You can use it for potable water, irrigation and sprinkler systems, drainage, corrosive chemical transport, gas distribution, and electrical conduit.

ABS thermoplastic piping Design and detailing

ABS

ABS is famous for offering rigidity and high impact resistance. It is also resistant to household chemicals. We provide various jointing methods like solvent cementing, threading, and mechanical seal devices. You can use ABS thermoplastic piping Design and detailing for DWV systems, potable water systems, irrigation, sewer systems, and sewage treatment plants.

PP

Our efficient team members can guide you with the selection of material, jointing, and testing as per application 3D modeling with design for piping systems. We suggest PP for applications that require extreme chemical resistance and high-temperature properties, and we joint PP pipes using either heat fusion welding or threading. You can find PP pipes in chemical waste drainage systems, natural gas, and oil field.

Pipe jointing inspection is also a crucial task of ours. It is why we also offer site welding joint audits and inspections as per DVS standards. Contact us for every detail about the joint audit and inspection.

You need a good storage system for emergencies. Let’s say you do not have a steady water supply in the morning, and you need to produce x number of products that require water. How are you supposed to do that? It is when thermoplastic tanks as per DVS standards, can help you. A thermoplastic tank is a storage facility that you can id in various shapes and sizes. Industry owners use tanks to store liquids and gasses for a period without facing wear and tear or any breakage. Manufacturers, farmers, and fuel companies largely depend on these tanks for smooth and efficient functioning of their industries.

With the advancement in technology, engineers are producing different types of thermoplastic tanks as per DVS standards, thus making the work of business owners easy. You can find an endless number of tanks of different shapes and sizes. Not every tank is suitable for every application. So, contact us to get help regarding the selection of material, jointing, and testing as per application 3D modeling with design for piping systems and tanks. While some tanks are great for all purposes, others can only adapt to specific conditions.

You will be amazed to know that there are many variations within plastic tanks. We divide tanks based on a) the material and b) usage.

    You can place thermoplastic tanks as per DVS standards in various ways. Everything depends on the usage and environment.

  • Vertical

    One of the most common ways to place a plastic tank is vertical. Why? It is flexible and easy to access. We recommend the placement of vertical thermoplastic tanks as per DVS standards above the ground, though you can place them underground. In that case, you have to use tanks made of concrete or brick.
  • Horizontal

    Horizontal thermoplastic tanks as per DVS standards, find their usage in transportation, and you can place them permanently in the back of a truck or trailer. The design of such tanks makes filling and loading easy.
  • Underground

    The main difference between above-the-ground and underground thermoplastic tanks as per DVS standards, is the mode of engineering required to produce such tanks. Selection of material, jointing, and testing as per application 3D modeling with design for piping systems and tanks are crucial for the right functioning of these tanks. Underground tanks are sturdier and long-lasting and have to withstand the pressure of tons of soil over them. 

    You may ask why will somebody want to place a tank underground in the first place. Underground tanks are best for maintaining a clear view and extra space, and you can protect these tanks from vandalism and harsh weather conditions. It is necessary to be careful while installing these tanks. You can call Delta Flow to install an underground tank today!

  • Silo or Conical

    Silo or conical thermoplastic tanks as per DVS standards, have stands to hold them above the ground. You can load the contents from the top of the tank and access them from the cone-shaped portion situated beneath the tank.
  • Double Wall

    Double wall plastic tanks are mainly safety measures. These tanks contain hazardous chemical compounds that may react with the environmental compounds if they leak. They also have a dome to protect the chemical compounds from reacting with rainwater.
  • Cylindrical

    Do you need thermoplastic tanks as per DVS standards, that are resistant to rust, corrosion, UV rays, and certain chemical compounds? Then, cylindrical thermoplastic tanks can be a perfect choice. They offer enough strength and stability for the pharmaceutical industry, mixing plants, and liquid storage facilities. You can find them with a single or double wall and place them in any way - vertical or horizontal.

Usages

Polyethylene and polypropylene thermoplastic tanks as per DVS standards, have become a popular choice among business owners because of their affordability. You can use these for storing liquids, grains, and granular materials. Technology has enabled engineers to make diverse tanks stronger and more durable.

Initially, industrial owners used these tanks to store water for livestock, crops, and irrigation. Nowadays, we use these tanks for other purposes.

Pipe Stress Analysis and Pipe Supporting Design

Pipe Stress Analysis is the study of stresses in a piping network. It can address the static and dynamic loads, for example, deadweight, internal and external pressure, thermal loads, seismic loads, wind loads, vibration, water hammer, steam hammer, slug force, PSV reaction force, et cetera. However, we do not perform every type of stress analysis on every system. So, you should hire a professional to perform pipe stress analysis and pipe supporting design.

Why do we perform Pipe Stress Analysis?

We perform pipe stress analysis and pipe supporting design to maintain structural integrity and system operability. Read the following bullet points.

  • Ensuring complete flexibility in the thermoplastic piping Design and detailing to absorb thermal expansion. 
  • Ensuring that the stresses fall under the correct limits, following codes and standards.
  • For the selection of material, jointing, and testing as per application 3D modeling with design for piping systems.
  • Calculating that the loads are within acceptable limits.
  • Solving dynamic problems in piping.
Thermoplastic piping Design

Conclusion

We have mentioned the various materials for piping systems and different placements and usages of thermoplastic tanks as per DVS standards. This article will help you in the selection of material, jointing, and testing as per application 3D modeling with design for piping systems. Book your appointment now for supreme-quality services.

Are you confused about how to choose leakage-free, non-corrosive pipelines and tanks for your industry?

We know how difficult it is to choose the right material and type of tanks and pipelines that will last for years without you having to face any trouble. Delta Flow is the number one supplier of leakage-free, non-corrosive, non-rusting thermoplastic piping Design and detailing and thermoplastic tanks as per DVS standards. Our pipes and tanks can withstand heavy stress and temperature. So, contact us for the selection of material, jointing, and testing as per application 3D modeling with design for piping systems.