Polytehilene pipes

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water pipelines

Polyethylene pipes Categories
tubería riego
M/D and A/D pipes
for food use

tubería riego
B/D pipes
for agricultural use
tubería tratamiento fitosanitario

Pressure pipes

Characteristics of Polyethylene (PE) Pipes
“Did you know that a polyethylene pipe can have a use life of between 40 and 50 years?”
the water from the supply point (well, pond, water intake….) to the crops, passing through the irrigation head.

This product has traditionally been designed in a geometric shape; the reason is, mainly, due to its efficiency in transporting water, as well as the adaptation and capacity to support pressure. A circular pipe is more efficient than one that is geometrically different. Its composition in polyethylene makes it a lightweight, flexible material with a high electrical, chemical and thermal resistance. 1

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The best Polyethylene Pipes.

Carsystem M/D PE 40 Pipes

Carsystem40 PE40 polyethylene pipes are excellent for all types of pressurised water, industrial and waste pipelines.

Carsystem A/D PE 100 Pipes

Carsystem100 PE100 polyethylene pipes are excellent for all types of pressurised water, industrial and waste pipelines.

Ecocar pressure pipes

Ecocar is our line of pressure pipes, made in low density PE and for agricultural use. Characterised for their excellent reliability…

Phytosanitary treatment pipes

They are made using high quality PE 100 material, which is corrosion resistant and produced using state-of-the-art machinery.
Did you know that a polyethylene pipe can have a use life of between 40 and 50 years?”
The pipes recommended for an irrigation system are made with Polyethylene (PE), a thermoplastic material that can change shape depending on the temperature and pressure it is subjected to.

Pipes made with virgin PE rather than recycled PE are of a better quality, since they provide us with a healthy guarantee that recylced materials cannot give us, so they can be used to transport drinking water for human consumption.

Types of polyethylene pipes:

There are various types of polyethylene (PE) pipes, including those of a “Medium Density” (PE40) and those of a “High Density” (PE100).


Medium density
Medium density pipes are softer and more flexible, enabling them to bend and adapt better to any unevenness of the ground. Their flexibility doesn’t just make installation easier, by enabling more pronounced bends to be created, they are also more tolerant to being crushed without collapsing. Moreover, they are easier to transport as they weigh less.


High density
High density piples are much more rigid than the ones above, so they don’t adapt as well to any unevenness of the ground. They are generally used as the main pipelines of irrigation systems, from which secondary pipes fork off. These secondary pipes are usually of a much lower density, and are those that “cross” the crop fields, adapting better to the orography of the terrain.

Advantages of polyethylene pipes

> They are highly resistant to chemical products, so they are suitable for agricultural, farming and industrial use.

> They have a long use life.

> They are very easy to handle thanks to their flexibility, enabling them to be transported conveniently.

> They boast excellent flexibility, which enables them to adapt to endless needs, facilitating their installation.

> They are an excellent thermal insulator, enabling them to withstand extreme temperatures. In very low temperatures, they will prevent water from freezing.

> However, if water does freeze, thanks to their high flexibility, the pipes would not burst, returning to their initial condition once the water melts.

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