PERMEATION: RESISTANCE IS NO LONGER FUTILE

How to address permeation in HDPE anti-corrosion pipes

High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE) is a popular liner material for aging steel pipelines. It is resistant to corrosion, relatively low cost, readily available, and has a long service life. But, at the same time, it is vulnerable to chemical permeation.

  • What exactly is hydrocarbon permeation and why does it matter
  • How permeation affects HDPE pipes
  • The chemical challenge of permeation and HDPE 
  • Why composite pipe is the solution for today and the future
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Permeation in HDPE anti-corrosion pipes

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