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  • Case Study: Extruded HDPE (.pdf)
    What is being marked?. Extruded High Density Polyethylene pipes. Why is it being marked?. Primary identification - company name, part size, product description and mandated information (alphanumeric data, CSA, and UL logos). Characters and graphics are approximately 1/4" high.
  • Arizona Culvert Relined with Snap-Tite, Local Environment Protected (.pdf)
    Pipe cacti in the reserve. The state chose to use 14-inch HDPE Snap-Tite pipe to reline the existing damaged culvert.
  • Case Study: The Union Pacific Railroad Chooses No-Dig Solution to Reline Old Culvert (.pdf)
    in Athens, Texas. J. David Bateman from Union Pacific's bridge department worked with Snap-Tite Representative Trevor Cone to find a solution for the deteriorating CMP. The pipe chosen to line the corroded culvert was a 63-inch OD high-density polyethylene (HDPE) Snap-Tite pipe. The railroad chose to use
  • Plastics for the long haul
    extremes and harsh chemicals and is dimensionally stable. It also boasts low permeability to fuel components. Applications include fuel-sending unit flanges and low-heat control valves made from POM, POM-H, and PBT as well as external fuel tanks from HDPE. Additionally, fuel filler pipes come from nylon

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