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A Guide to Electrofusion Fittings

Wondering what’s the big deal about Electrofusion? Let Total Pipeline Systems talk you through the basics to ensure that, should you need Electrofusion fittings, you choose the right ones for your application!

The Electrofusion pipes are made from plastic and used for a wide range of applications throughout the water industry. These pipes are considered to be the pipes of choice when it comes to conveying water, ensuring that liquids flow efficiently.

How does Electrofusion work?

Electrofusion is the process of joining plastic pipes together, using the appropriate Electrofusion fittings. The Electrofusion fittings incorporate built-in heater coils that melt within the fitting and joints are welded together to provide a strong, sturdy joint.

Throughout the welding process, optimal efficiency is achieved, essentially enabling you to join pipes reliably.

Manufacture of Electrofusion Fittings.

Here at Total Pipes, we supply a range of water pipe fittings that are manufactured to meet your exact specification. As with any of the products that we are proud to supply, the Electrofusion fittings are manufactured under strict quality control and are fully approved.

These fittings offer suitability for an array of applications, hence why they are available in so many variations. At Total Pipes, we aim to provide a tailored solution for everyone, so if you cannot find what you’re looking for, be sure to discuss your needs in detail with our team of experts today!

What are they used for?

Choosing Electrofusion fittings is ideal for various applications, whether it be to join new pipelines or to convey water, sewage or gas. Typical applications of these fittings include the conveyance of drinking and wastewater, along with heat transfer and distribution.

If you’re looking to upgrade pipe networks, the Electrofusion fittings that we supply at Total Pipelines are ideal. Any Electrofusion Coupler or Electrofusion 90 Degree Elbow that we have in stock, is designed to perform to the maximum level and join pipes reliably. Our Electrofusion fittings are designed with your needs in mind, so no matter how diverse your demands may be, it’s inevitable for you to find exactly what you’re looking for at Total Pipes.

With these fittings, connecting pipes is made easy and maximum fusion integrity is provided for the longevity of pipes.

How to maintain Electrofusion fittings?

When it comes to maintaining Electrofusion fittings, there are several factors that you need to be mindful of. Keeping pipes and pipe fittings in great working order will prevent joint failure, allowing you to connect pipes effectively.

To ensure that your fittings last, make sure that they are installed correctly and that joints are carefully prepared. In addition to this, contamination should be avoided during the jointing process and pipes need to be aligned with pipe fittings to make sure that they are engaged.

Should you require any advice or support regarding the Electrofusion fittings that we supply, you’re in capable hands with the team of experts at Total Pipes.

Selecting Electrofusion Fittings.

There are many different Electrofusion fittings available for you to choose from at Total Pipes, we aim to satisfy the requirements of all customers.

Offering a wealth of experience, we can determine which fittings will suit your specific application best, ultimately ensuring that you benefit from reliable, affordable fittings. With a range of couplers, reducers and elbows available, you needn’t worry about joining pipes with ease.

The fittings that we supply are each priced competitively and are manufactured to the highest quality standards, so no matter which of our products you choose, you needn’t worry about finding affordable products that provide you with exceptional value for your money.

Should you need to know any more about the Electrofusion supplies, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us; we will be more than willing to offer our expertise and to provide you with any additional information that you require. Why not call us on 01282 222077 or email us at today?