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Dual-laminate thermoplastic devices

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Depending on the composition of fluids, operating conditions and equipment use, our compatibility study can highlight the need to use thermoplastics for anti-corrosion purposes (the layer in contact with the product).

Using thermoplastic, especially if reinforced with glass fiber, means that we can significantly enhance the mechanical properties of the manufactured equipment (enhanced resistance to temperatures, internal and/or external pressures).

There are a wide range of end uses, both as a horizontal tank or as a vertical tank; CITP is able to manufacture polyester dual-laminate thermoplastic devices, with storage capacities of up to 400m3 (diameters of up to 6 m).

Using dual-laminate thermoplastic is an superior way to manufacture products of this nature, and we have extensive customer references in several fields.

Whatever your requirements, from macerators, reactors, and ducting to columns, settling tanks and piping networks, thermoplastics offer optimal protection against corrosion and abrasion.

The thermoplastics most frequently used in our products are:

  • Pehd
  • PPh
  • PVDF
  • ECTFE
  • FEP
  • PVC-C
  • PVC

Our customer references:

ARKEMA, SOLVAY, RHODIA, TECHNIP, SOGEQUIP, SOBEGI, SNECMA, LAB …

The services of a real partner

For all of its activities, CITP makes:

  • The compatibility study
  • The study of equipment
  • The calculation notes
  • The different controls previously defined
  • The folder

We produce for you according to your request:

  • Transport in France and abroad
  • Unloading and setting up
  • The strata on site
  • Part piping, design, prefabrication and assembly on site
  • Testing
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