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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 . Company located in Xiaoshan District, Hangzhou city, Close to Shanghai, Ningbo and Yiwu port. Wholesale Hdpe Thread Fitting Suppliers and Company in China. Benefit from premium quality, company achieved rapid development. Our distribution network through out China and many long-term cooperation relationship partners in overseas market such as Southeast Asia, Africa, Middle East, Europe, South America and so on.

The company processes complete detection methods by veteran QC team to ensure the quality from raw material to finished product. 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.

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What equipment and tools are required for the Hdpe Thread Fitting?
To prepare and install HDPE threaded fittings, you will need a set of equipment and tools to ensure a proper and secure connection. Here's a list of the essential equipment and tools required for HDPE thread fitting:
HDPE Pipes and Threaded Fittings: Obtain the appropriate HDPE pipes and threaded fittings of the required size and type for your specific application. Ensure that the fittings have male and female threads that match the pipe's size and threading.
Pipe Cutter or Hacksaw: A pipe cutter or hacksaw is necessary to cut the HDPE pipes to the desired length. Ensure that the cut is clean and square for a proper fit with the threaded fittings.
Deburring Tool or Sandpaper: Use a deburring tool or sandpaper to remove any rough edges or burrs from the cut end of the HDPE pipe. This ensures a smooth surface for a tight and leak-free connection with the fittings.
Joining HDPE Pipes with HDPE Thread Fittings:
Insert the male threaded end of the fitting into the female end of the HDPE pipe. Hand-tighten the fitting to ensure a snug fit.
Use a pipe wrench or adjustable wrench to further tighten the HDPE threaded fitting onto the pipe. Be careful not to overtighten, as this could damage the fitting or cause the threads to strip.
If the fitting has hexagonal flats, you can use a wrench to achieve a tighter connection. Ensure that the fitting is securely attached to the pipe.
If you are using a female threaded HDPE fitting, you can follow the same steps but reverse the process: wrap the female threads with Teflon tape or apply thread sealant, then insert the male end of the pipe into the fitting and tighten.
Leak Testing:
After joining the HDPE pipe and threaded fitting, it is essential to perform a leak test to ensure the connection is secure. You can fill the system with water or pressurized air and inspect for any signs of leaks around the fitting joint.
When using Teflon tape or thread sealant, ensure it does not enter the pipe or interfere with the flow of fluid or gas through the system.
It is essential to use HDPE threaded fittings that are compatible with the specific type and grade of HDPE pipe being used.
HDPE threaded fittings are typically used for lower pressure applications. For high-pressure applications or critical systems, Butt Fusion or Electrofusion methods are often recommended.

How do you prepare and join HDPE pipes using  Hdpe Thread Fitting?
To prepare and join HDPE pipes using HDPE threaded fittings, follow these steps:
Materials and Tools Needed:
HDPE pipes and threaded HDPE fittings of appropriate size and type.
Teflon tape or thread sealant (if required by local regulations or manufacturer's recommendations).
Pipe wrench or adjustable wrench.
Pipe cutter or hacksaw.
Deburring tool or sandpaper.
Measure and cut the HDPE pipe to the desired length using a pipe cutter or hacksaw. Ensure the cut is clean and square for a proper fit into the threaded fitting.
Use a deburring tool or sandpaper to remove any rough edges or burrs from the cut end of the pipe. This will help ensure a smooth and leak-free connection.
Teflon Tape or Thread Sealant: Teflon tape or thread sealant is applied to the male threads of the HDPE threaded fitting before assembly. This helps create a secure and leak-free seal when connecting the fitting to the pipe.
Wrenches: Pipe wrenches or adjustable wrenches are essential for tightening the HDPE threaded fittings onto the pipes. A wrench provides the necessary torque to achieve a secure connection.
Hexagonal Flats (Optional): Some HDPE threaded fittings come with hexagonal flats that can be used with a wrench to achieve a tighter connection. Not all fittings have this feature, but if present, a wrench can be used to tighten the fitting further.
Cleaning Materials (Optional): Depending on the manufacturer's recommendations, you may need cleaning materials to prepare the threaded surfaces of the fittings before applying Teflon tape or thread sealant.
Leak Testing Equipment (Optional): After installation, you might use leak testing equipment, such as water or air pressure testing, to check for any potential leaks around the joint.