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Electrofusion Hdpe Fitting

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Hangzhou Changpu Pipe Industry Co., Ltd.

Hangzhou Changpu Pipe Industry Co., Ltd. was established in 2010, which is a professional factory major in the production of polyethylene (PE) Butt fusion fittings, Socket fusion fittings, Electrofusion fittings, PE stop valves, PE /Steel transition fittings, repair clamp ETC. HDPE electrofusion 45°elbow manufacturers and factory in China. Our products pass the test from National Chemical Building Materials Testing Center,all performance indicators are in compliance with the GB 15558.2 / EN1555 standards. Also they certified by ECM and obtain CE certification. We focus on developing high-quality products for top-end markets. Our oem custom HDPE electrofusion 45°elbow are in line with international standards, and are mainly exported to Europe, America, Japan and other destinations around the world.We welcome domestic and foreign customers visit our company for guidance, exchanges and cooperation.

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Product Knowledge

HDPE electrofusion 45 elbowis known for its excellent resistance to various environmental factors, including UV (ultraviolet) exposure. However, the long-term performance of HDPE under UV exposure can vary depending on a few factors:
UV Stabilization: Many HDPE materials are formulated with UV stabilizers to enhance their resistance to UV radiation. These stabilizers help prevent degradation of the material when exposed to sunlight.
Pigment and Color: The color of the HDPE can influence its UV resistance. Darker colors tend to absorb more UV radiation, potentially leading to faster degradation compared to lighter colors.
Intensity and Duration of Exposure: The intensity and duration of UV exposure play a significant role in the degradation process. Areas with high levels of sunlight or prolonged exposure are more likely to impact the HDPE material over time.
Temperature Fluctuations: Temperature variations can accelerate the effects of UV exposure on HDPE. Combined UV and thermal stresses can lead to premature aging and degradation.
Application and Use: The specific application of HDPE also matters. For example, HDPE pipes buried underground or used in water supply systems might have different exposure conditions compared to HDPE products used in above-ground applications.
To mitigate the potential effects of UV exposure on HDPE, manufacturers often incorporate UV stabilizers into the material's formulation. This helps extend the material's lifespan and maintain its mechanical properties even when exposed to sunlight. Additionally, painting or coating the HDPE product with UV-resistant paints or coatings can provide extra protection against UV radiation.