Pre-Insulated KiTEC Composite Pipes
The Pre-insulated KiTEC Composite Pipes have been developed to meet the demanding standards of commercial hot and cold water reticulating systems. With excellent thermal insulation performance, Pre-insulated KiTEC Composite Pipes provide the energy retention properties required by the current specifications.
KiTEC Industries (India) Private Limited has been manufacturing PE-AL-PE Composite Pipes in India since 1996. Manufacturing and marketing of a competitive
world-class range of products is the result of continual product Research and Development. Manufacturing efficiencies and dedication to quality is the driving force at KiTEC.
KiTEC products are trusted to exceed performance expectations and are designed to meet or exceed the applicable Codes of the Countries, States, Provinces, or industry categories where they are specified and installed.
As it is KiTEC’s philosophy to offer technically correct products to the customer, KiTEC has developed a Pre-insulated Composite Pipe to reduce heat loss. The Pre-insulated KiTEC Composite Pipes have been developed to meet the demanding standards of commercial hot and cold water reticulating systems.
With excellent thermal insulation performance, Pre-insulated KiTEC Composite Pipes provide the energy retention properties required by current specifications. Pre-insulated KiTEC Composite Pipes meet the needs of the specifier that requires a high-performing product.
Introduction of Insulated Pipes:-
Anti-sun & heat preservation Composite Pipes. They are called anti-sun & heat preservation Composite Pipes because this product combines anti-sun function
and heat preservation effect rolled in one.
• The Outer UV-stabilized layer protects the foam from UV.
• The Foam Layer has a thermal conductivity of as low as 0.04 W/(mºK) reducing the heat loss.
• The inner PE-AL-PE or PE-AL-PEX Composite Pipe combines the best features of metal and plastic.
Pre-insulated KiTEC Composite Pipes are insulated with Closed Cell Foam Insulation with a protective coating of EVA. Closed Cell Foam Insulation (CCF) has been used successfully in HVAC products as a thermal insulation. CCF offers many benefits over fiberglass insulation, which is the typical insulation used in HVAC
products today. CCF insulating products are produced by using molten polymeric materials and non-CFC-based blowing agents. When the blowing agent is
introduced into the molten polymer, closed-cell air pockets are formed. CCF has a smooth, durable external surface that resists dirt and moisture accumulation, thus reducing the potential for fungal or biological pathogen growth.
Because the surface is tough and resilient, it has a higher degree of puncture resistance when compared to fiberglass products. Even if the insulation surface is punctured, torn or otherwise damaged, the product still resists moisture absorption and microbial growth. CCF does not require an outer moisture vapor barrier or liner because the closed cell structure will not absorb moisture. The surface is easily cleaned if necessary to further resist microbial growth. CCF resists compression due to its rigidity and hence retains its thermal insulating capacity to a greater degree than fiberglass will under compressive forces.
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