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    Polyethylene Pipes

    Polyethylene has an outstanding combination of mechanical and chemical properties. Polyethylene is manufactured by the polymerization of ethylene gas, derived from the cracking of crude oil or processing of natural gas. Depending on the polymerization process different types of polyethylene material are obtained. One of the most important resins produced is for the manufacture of polyethylene pipe, world share of which has increased steadily over the last 20 years.

     
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