High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE) pipe production line is an advanced manufacturing setup designed for the efficient production of HDPE pipes. HDPE pipes are known for their exceptional durability, flexibility, and corrosion resistance, making them widely used in various industries for transporting fluids and gases.
HDPE pipe production line is highly automated and operates continuously to ensure efficiency and precision in manufacturing. It's capable of producing pipes of various sizes and specifications to cater to diverse industrial, agricultural, municipal, and residential needs.
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This series HDPE pipe production line is mainly used for producing pipe of water supply and drainage in the field of agriculture and construction, cable and ect.
This HDPE pipe extrusion machine group consist of vacuum calibration tank, haul-off unit, cutting unit, stacker and so on.
The machine units can adopt the single screw co-extruder for extrusion.
The production pipe diameter range: Φ20-Φ2000mm
The extrusion line adopt the electrical system: ABB speed governor, Japanese RKC temperature controller, SIMENS contactor.
Agriculture water supply and drainage system, construction water supply and drainage system, wiring laying system, gas transportation system and etc.
High-efficiency Single Screw Extruder →Single Screw Co-extruder →HDPE Pipe Mould → Vacuum Calibration Tank →Spraying Cooling Tank → Caterpillar Hauler → Cutter → Stacker(Winder).
Raw Material Handling: The process begins with the handling and preparation of raw materials, which usually involves high-quality HDPE resin pellets. These pellets are fed into the production line machinery.
Extrusion Process: The heart of the production line is the extrusion process. Here, the HDPE resin pellets are heated and melted in an extruder, forming a molten plastic. The molten plastic is then forced through a die, giving it the desired shape and size of the pipe.
Cooling and Sizing: Once the molten plastic is shaped, it passes through a cooling system, where it solidifies and takes the form of a pipe. Sizing tools ensure the pipe meets the required dimensions and specifications.
Cutting and Stacking: The continuous pipe produced is cut into specific lengths as per requirements. These cut pipes are then stacked or coiled for packaging and transportation.
Quality Control: Throughout the production process, quality control measures are implemented to ensure that the pipes meet industry standards and specifications. This includes monitoring dimensions, wall thickness, strength, and other critical parameters.
Optional Additional Processes: Depending on the intended application, additional processes like printing, marking, or surface treatment might be included in the production line.
The HDPE pipe production line is highly automated and operates continuously to ensure efficiency and precision in manufacturing. It's capable of producing pipes of various sizes and specifications to cater to diverse industrial, agricultural, municipal, and residential needs.
The final pipes manufactured through this line exhibit excellent properties such as resistance to corrosion, chemicals, abrasion, and impact, making them ideal for applications in water supply, gas distribution, drainage systems, and more.
Here are several advantages of using an HDPE pipe extrusion line:
Versatility: HDPE pipes can be produced in a wide range of sizes and thicknesses, making them suitable for various applications such as water supply, drainage systems, gas distribution, and industrial piping.
Durability: HDPE pipes have excellent resistance to corrosion, chemicals, and abrasion, making them highly durable and long-lasting. They can withstand harsh environmental conditions and have a long service life.
Flexibility: HDPE pipes have a high level of flexibility, allowing them to withstand ground movements and seismic activities without cracking or breaking. This flexibility also simplifies installation, especially in areas with challenging terrain.
Cost-effective: HDPE pipes offer cost advantages over other materials due to their lower installation and maintenance costs. They require minimal maintenance, have a long lifespan, and are resistant to corrosion, reducing the need for repairs or replacements.
Environmentally Friendly: HDPE pipes are recyclable and have a low carbon footprint. They are made from non-toxic materials and do not release harmful substances into the environment during production or use.
Overall, the use of an HDPE pipe extrusion line provides numerous benefits in terms of performance, cost-effectiveness, and sustainability.
HDPE pipes are manufactured by melting the HDPE resin and other additives in an extruder, then shaping and cooling the material.
HDPE pipes should meet applicable standards such as ISO 4427, DIN 8074, and EN 12201.
An HDPE pipe extrusion line works by melting and shaping high-density polyethylene (HDPE) material into pipes of various sizes and thicknesses. Here is a step-by-step explanation of how it works:
1. Material Feeding
2. Melting and Homogenization
3. Extrusion and Shaping
4. Cooling and Solidification
5. Haul-off and Cutting
6. Stacking and Packaging
Throughout the process, various parameters such as temperature, pressure, and speed are carefully controlled to ensure the quality and consistency of the produced HDPE pipes.
Extrusion Machine: The heart of the production line, this machine melts and extrudes the HDPE resin through a die to form the pipe's shape and size. The extruder heats and melts the HDPE pellets, which are then pushed through a die head to create the pipe's desired diameter and thickness.
Pipe Cooling System: After extrusion, the pipes need to be rapidly cooled to solidify the material and maintain its shape. Cooling tanks or water spray systems are used for this purpose.
Pipe Sizing and Shaping Equipment: This part of the line ensures that the pipes are accurately sized and shaped according to the required specifications. Sizing sleeves or vacuum sizing systems help to achieve the desired diameter and shape.
Haul-off or Puller: This component pulls the newly formed pipe through the production line at a consistent speed, maintaining the proper tension and preventing deformities.
Cutting and Stacking Equipment: Once the pipes have been extruded to the desired length, they are cut to size and stacked or coiled for storage or further processing.
Quality Control and Inspection: Various sensors, gauges, and inspection systems are incorporated along the production line to monitor the quality and dimensions of the pipes continuously.
The capacity or output of the HDPE pipe extrusion line offered by QING CHEN YU can range from 80kg/h to 1000kg/h. However, it is important to note that the specific capacity may vary depending on factors such as the size and specifications of the pipes being produced, the speed of the extrusion line, and the efficiency of the equipment. It is recommended to consult with the manufacturer or supplier for precise details regarding the capacity of a specific HDPE pipe extrusion line.
The HDPE pipes produced by an extrusion line can be used in various applications, including:
Landfill and Environmental Protection
It is important to note that the specific applications of HDPE pipes can vary depending on factors such as the pipe size, thickness, and specific requirements of the project.
HDPE pipes are strong, durable, and safe for use in a variety of applications. They are also resistant to chemicals and abrasion, making them ideal for infrastructure projects.