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Tips for Systematic Electrofusion Welding

Shape it, Scrape it, Clamp it, Cool it These are just a few of the essential steps in the preparation of pipes and fittings for electrofusion jointing (welding). The integrity of an electrofusion joint comes down to trained and accredited personnel using a systematic approach every time. We recommend nothing less! Check out our quick and easy […]

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Use the right tools for the job: Hire before you buy.

One of the most common challenges we see in the field is ensuring successful joints in HDPE fittings and pipe systems. Our Sales Executive, Karl says “On those occasions that we do come across problems on site, not using clamps is one of the most common causes of a failed joint. If any of the […]

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Barcode Interpretation for Electrofusion Poly Welding

This morning, we had an urgent call from a customer out on site, wanting to double check the weld time for a 63mm electrofusion socket as he was surprised it only takes 65-70 seconds. Best to double check we say, so off we went out to the warehouse to check an EF socket on the […]

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Perfect scraping every time gives you peace of mind for your poly weld.

To guarantee a successful electrofusion joint, we want to make sure you have the right tools for your poly weld. Attention to preparation of the jointing surface is vital to ensure the pipe and fitting is clean and free from contamination. Our Advanced Pipe Scrapers will effectively help prepare the poly pipe and fittings by […]

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Quick Tips for Successful Electrofusion Jointing of PE Pipes and Fittings

One of the most common challenges we see in the field is ensuring successful electrofusion jointing of PE systems. Installations can be challenging, sometimes due to working in confined spaces, varying weather conditions and busy sites. BUT… it doesn’t have to be. Maintaining a methodical approach in the preparation and installation of electrofusion systems will […]

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