Reinforced thermoplastic pipes are commonly referring to high strength synthetic fiber, high pressure compound pipe which usually comprises 3 layers. The outer layer and the liner layer of the pipes are usually made from raised temperature resins and polyethylene, and high density polyethylene.
The use of such pipes has been largely successful for the distribution of gas. While the application for most of these products are dependent on the oil and gas industry, the reinforced thermoplastic pipe variants are also available for light industrial and household uses as well.
Reinforced thermoplastic pipes have been in use for approximately a decade in regions such as Europe, the Middle East, and South East Asia, and was originally developed of onshore and above ground applications, where corrosive conditions were detrimental to conventional steel pipes. Reinforced thermoplastic pipes have also displayed high degrees of success in corrosive tropical regions as well.
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Nonmetallic Pipe Applications Drive Growth
Non-metallic pipe variants are responsible for major changes to the future of oil and gas production industries, most of which conventionally were made from steel. However, in recent times, steel pipes have lost ground, as water is a very commonly used injection fluid that results in corrosion, causing major issues for end use industries.
Consequently, non-metallic alternatives such as the reinforced thermoplastic pipes have become a highly popular option. Apart from resisting corrosion, reinforced thermoplastic pipes (RTP) also provide superior resistance to chemicals, while being comparatively inexpensive. Reinforced thermoplastic pipes are also comparatively inexpensive and easier to install, further bolstering the demand in multiple end use industry settings. These pipes require relatively lesser space for installation, and can even be set up by unskilled laborers.
Importance of Certification and Safety Regulations Aids Major Players
End use industries are increasingly putting more emphasis on official certification for reinforced thermoplastic pipe products. This trend is further augmented by increased stringency in safety and quality regulations on the use of these products in industrial settings.
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Consequently, major large scale producers, are more likely to produce certified products based on standards such as CSA Z662-07, API RP 15S, ASTM D2992, and API 17J among others, and are expected to have favorable prospects for the foreseeable future. On the other hand, their small scale counterparts are expected to witness an incremental decline in the near future.
Oil Recovery Applications Generate Opportunities for Growth
Existing oil wells around the world are gradually declining around the world in terms of output, while the demand continues to remain high. Consequently, oil producers are increasing their efforts in building on enhanced oil recovery capabilities. This approach requires equipment to operate in deeper and harsher applications, which subjects pipes to increased temperatures and pressures.
The mechanical and physical properties of reinforced thermoplastic pipes makes it a preferred choice in the enhanced oil recovery processes. This trend will be augmented by growing interest of governments around the world in such operations, which is expected to help in sustaining demand for the foreseeable future.
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