Fiberglass Desalination Pipe or Tank or Other Custom Products
|FOB Price:||US $100-100,000 / Piece|
|Min. Order:||1 Piece|
|Min. Order||FOB Price|
|1 Piece||US $100-100,000/ Piece|
|Transport Package:||Steel Frame|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T, Western Union|
- Fiberglass Type: E-Glass
- Technique: Hand Lay-up or Filament Winding
- Medium: Seawater
- Specification: Customized
- HS Code: 39172900
- Certification: ISO
- Feature: Anti Corrosion
- Trademark: HYX
- Origin: China
Considering that 14% of the world's population will receive its drinkable water from desalination plants by 2025, we recommend fiberglass products for desalination plants thanks to their exceptional corrosion resistance - always a problem when dealing with saltwater.
Let's take a closer look at why fiberglass products are the best choice for desalination plants.
Saltwater, particularly seawater, is full of sodium chloride, or table salt, which also happens to be a very low-pH salt that accelerates rust.
As a manufacturer of fiberglass products, we can confidently say that they perform just as well as metal products. Moreover, the do so at a much lower initial and lifetime costs thanks to the affordability of the material and its inherent resilience.
If designed and manufactured correctly, fiberglass products are more resistant to corrosion.
When designing fiberglass products, we've found that the following epoxy vinyl ester resins produce the best results, depending on the application:
Derakane 411 - features impact resistance and less cracking due to temperature, pressure, and mechanical shocks
Derakane 470 - has exceptional mechanical properties at high temperatures
Hetron 922 - exhibits excellent corrosion resistance and high impact strength
Hetron 970 - provides maximum solvent resistance
Fiberglass products made using these resins can be built to withstand up to 150 PSI and can tolerate temperatures of up to 220° Fahrenheit.
In situations where seawater needs to be filtered, such as a desalination plant, fiberglass products will last significantly longer. A typical fiberglass product can stand up to saltwater for decades.