PE for the fish farmsIn the previous posts, we have talked much about the use of polyethylene pipes for the canalizations of water supply in many sectors (irrigation, sewage…).In them, we have explained the advantages of the installation of polyethylene pipes versus some other kind of material (iron…), but todaywe are going to talk about PE for the fish farms. It is anothertotally different application to the usual one, as in this case it is not for the transportation of liquid. The use of polyethylene for sea fish farms(the fabrication of floating structures), is an application more and more increasing in our country. The use of PE for fish farms will give you every kind of advantages, which we detail here:As they are made of High Density Polyethylene (HDP), they resist perfectly the corrosión that is produced by the sea waterduringmany years.They are adapted easilyto thetides, as theyhave a great flexibility.They are light, this makes easy mostlythe assembly and manipulation in the sea.As it is a structure manufactured with High Density Polyethylene (HDP), it can berecycled to manufacture different products.The PE for the fish farms allows the design and assembly of multiple structures.In case of any break, they are easy to be repaired.It is not necessary to do any kind of especial treatment, the plastic avoidsthe adhesion of any kind ofseaorganisms, and therefore, it makes easy the cleaning of the structures. This is something that didn’t happen with other type of materials.This kind of structures manufactured with HDP accomplishes with the present normative.It creates a lower visual impact.This kind of material (HDP) is a low cost material and this make sit very competitive against the other materials and structures that are use dat present. The high use of this material at global level makes polyethylene a more and more demanded material to build floating elements.https://aristegui.info/en/blog/blog/polythene-pe/ By nuevoaristegui|2017-05-07T03:28:29+00:00April 28th, 2014|¡Comparte si te ha gustado!facebooktwitterlinkedinEmail Related Posts Leave A Comment Cancel replyComment Horario lunes a jueves de 8 a 13 y de 14:15 a 18:30H Viernes de 8 a 14H.