What is PPR CT pipe?
PPR CT pipe is a type of polypropylene pipe (PPR) made using CT (Crystalline Technology) technology. By increasing the crystallinity in the pipe structure, this technology increases its resistance to temperature and pressure and improves the physical and mechanical properties of the pipe.
By using PPR CT pipes, it is possible to construct water, heating, cooling, gas, etc. piping systems easily and with high efficiency. These pipes are widely used in various industries due to their technical features such as resistance to heat, pressure, corrosion and fluid flow, resistance to rot and corrosion, antibacterial, etc.
PPR CT pipes have been noted for their high technical and functional characteristics. For example, these pipes have very high resistance to pressure and heat and can perform well at high temperatures. Also, PPR CT pipes are made of materials that have high resistance to decay and corrosion and require little replacement and repair.
Also, PPR CT pipes are light and portable, and due to the lack of risk of corrosion and rust, they can be used in water, heating, cooling, etc. piping systems. These pipes are also used in the field of chemical and food industries because they provide more security to their users due to their anti-bacterial properties without the risk of contamination and bacteria.
Also, PPR CT pipes are suitable for use in hospitals, schools, factories, etc. due to their anti-drying, anti-slip, sound absorption and lightness characteristics. Due to their high resistance to different weather conditions, these pipes are also suitable for use in dry and desert areas.
In addition, PPR CT pipes are light, portable and easy to install, reducing the cost of installation and repair of piping systems. However, for the optimal use of PPR CT pipes, care must be taken in their installation and use, and the dimensions and thickness of the pipes and connections should be carefully considered.
In general, PPR CT pipes are one of the most popular and the first choice of engineers and specialists around the world for use in various industries, including construction, irrigation, heating networks, and cooling, and ... have become