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External:

Pipes are coated externally to protect its products from the harsh corrosive environments. SADIP can offer any different specification or coating as per customer requirement. Standard types of external coating:

Zinc & Bituminous Paint Coating
All SADIP pipes and fittings are coated externally by pure metallic zinc at the rate of 200g/m2 which represents 50% increase over ISO standards, then zinc is covered by a bituminous paint of 120 microns which is more than the ISO 2531 requirement which is 70 microns resulting in increased safety and protection.



Internal:

Pipes are lined internally by sulphate resistant cement mortar lining type V. SADIP can offer any other lining or coating as per customer requirement.


Cement Lining
Cement lining is applied internally by a centrifugal process, in which the mortar is introduced into the pipe and rotated at high speed, giving excellent compaction.



Type Internal
Pipes Fittings
Standard Coating

sulphate resistant
cement mortar lining type V

sulphate resistant
cement mortar lining type V
supplementary protection - high Alumina cement Mortar
- Polyurethane
high Alumina cement Mortar
special coatings different kinds of epoxy (F.B.E., ceramic, coal tar, etc…) different kind of epoxy (F.B.E., ceramic, coal tar, etc…)


Type External
Pipes Fittings
Standard Coating

Metallic zinc + Bituminous paint

Metallic zinc + Bituminous paint
supplementary protection Polyethylene sleeving (applied on site) Polyethylene sleeving (applied on site)
special coatings Polyurethane
different kind of epoxy (F.B.E., ceramic, coal tor, etc…)
different kind of epoxy (F.B.E., ceramic, coal tor, etc…)


PU Polyurethane Coating (internal and external)

One hundred percent solids plural components polyurethane are protecting many different structures today, such as storage tanks, oil and gas piping, water and wastewater tank internals, bridges, ships and other marine facilities.



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