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The 1,200-mm-pipe opens new avenues for serving population centers and reservoir pumping applications.

October 3, 2022

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1,200-mm pipes in transport
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Extruder of oriented PVC piping Molecor plans to bring the largest diameter PVC-O pipe in the world to K 2022. Following in the footsteps of the company’s 630-, 800-, and 1,000-mm-diameter pipes, the new 1,200 mm pipe opens up new possibilities for supplying population centers and reservoir pumping applications.

Like the other pipes in Spain-based Molecor’s portfolio, the 1,200-mm model is manufactured in compliance with the Spanish version of EN 17176 for plastic piping systems.

In booth B17 in hall 16, Molecor also will present its new geoTom tool that allows geo-positioning of all elements that are part of a network. All products can be geo-located, regardless of the manufacturer, said Molecor. GeoTom allows complete traceability of installation projects in real time, among many other features.

K 2022 comes to Messe Düsseldorf, in Düsseldorf, Germany, on Oct. 19 to 26.

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