Pipe Welding for Hydro electric Systems

Pipe Welding for Hydro electric Systems

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Using the very latest fusion equipment, IGMM Jones provide specialist butt-fusion and electro fusion welding on a wide range of plastic piping around the UK. Our experienced team are able to join plastic piping up to 900mm in diameter, while also tracking the weld data for detailed analysis.

All of our technicians have years of experience providing welding services to pipeline utility sectors. They are all fully CSCS and BS TWI accredited to ensure health and safety regulations are always upheld and the weld quality is of the highest standard.

Our customers are able to request a site consultation and inspection that will provide us with more insight on the requirements of the job. This will also allow us to calculate a free, non-obligatory quote detailing all of the relevant costs.

BUTT FUSION WELDING

Hot plate welding of plastic piping is referred to as butt-fusion welding. In the chassis of a machine the two pipe ends are brought together and clamped, before being faced square and then welded together use a heater plate. This is maintained under pressure for fixed period of time which is dictated by the cylinder area of the machine and the thickness of the pipe.

[h2]ELECTROFUSION WELDING[/h2]

Electrofusion welding uses a moulded socket fitting that features an electrical resistive heating coil. Once the pipe ends have been prepared, they are placed into the sockets before being clamped. An electric current is then passed through the coil for a fixed period of time, depending on the size of the pipe.

BENEFITS OF FUSION WELDING

The use of fusion technology offers a number of important advantages when it comes to welding, such as:

  • The process creates a long lasting, robust and durable join
  • There is greater flexibility in where the equipment can be set-up and used
  • Low fabrication costs make fusion welding ideal for use on multiple projects

Get in touch…

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Using the very latest fusion equipment, IGMM Jones provide specialist butt-fusion and electro fusion welding on a wide range of plastic piping around the UK. Our experienced team are able to join plastic piping up to 900mm in diameter, while also tracking the weld data for detailed analysis.

All of our technicians have years of experience providing welding services to pipeline utility sectors. They are all fully CSCS and BS TWI accredited to ensure health and safety regulations are always upheld and the weld quality is of the highest standard.

Our customers are able to request a site consultation and inspection that will provide us with more insight on the requirements of the job. This will also allow us to calculate a free, non-obligatory quote detailing all of the relevant costs.

BUTT FUSION WELDING

Hot plate welding of plastic piping is referred to as butt-fusion welding. In the chassis of a machine the two pipe ends are brought together and clamped, before being faced square and then welded together use a heater plate. This is maintained under pressure for fixed period of time which is dictated by the cylinder area of the machine and the thickness of the pipe.

[h2]ELECTROFUSION WELDING[/h2]

Electrofusion welding uses a moulded socket fitting that features an electrical resistive heating coil. Once the pipe ends have been prepared, they are placed into the sockets before being clamped. An electric current is then passed through the coil for a fixed period of time, depending on the size of the pipe.

BENEFITS OF FUSION WELDING

The use of fusion technology offers a number of important advantages when it comes to welding, such as:

  • The process creates a robust and durable join that lasts for up to 20 years
  • There is greater flexibility in where the equipment can be set-up and used
  • Low fabrication costs make fusion welding ideal for use on multiple projects

Get in touch…

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