Fittings PP

Articles in PP are approved for contact with food?
The polypropylene fittings are suitable for contact with liquid foodstuffs according to the EU Regulation n.10/2011 and EC Regulation 1935/2004 for aqueous non-acid food products, including drinking water in all weather conditions and temperatures below 40 ° C.

The articles contain cadmium, lead, mercury and chromium?
Cadmium, lead, mercury and chromium do not enter the chemical composition of the raw materials we use routinely.

Articles in PP resistant to ozone?
Articles in PP does not resist ozone.

How you can seal a fillet of a PVC pipe with your fittings in PP?
It can be applied in a layer of teflon tape or a sealant for plastics.

How you can seal a thread of a brass tube with your fittings in PP?
It can be applied in a layer of teflon tape or liquid, hemp or a sealant for plastics

In order to choose between lines 2000 and 8000 you can be listed the salient differences between PA 66 and PP?
The PA 66 is more resistant to high temperatures, presents fewer deformations to increased temperature, has a better mechanical resistance and a higher stiffness and hardness compared to PP. PP has a higher wear resistance and lower brittleness (> elongation and> impact resistance) than PA 66.

What are the salient features of the PVC that lead to prefer the use of PP and PA compared to the same?
It contains chlorides (is a chlorinated polymer). The maximum operating temperature is 60 ° C. The maximum operating pressure is 15 bar.

What happens if they are not complied with melting times of pipe and fitting? The quality of the joint may be compromised?
We Recommend to respect the times indicated in the technical catalog, because if the melting time is longer, may deteriorate the material and also is in an excessive way obstructs the hole of the fitting step, as it has an excess of molten material. Conversely, if the time is less than that indicated in the table, do not have a good junction between the pipe and the fitting as the material has not reached an adequate fusion.

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