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A piping system is a set of pipes, normally closed pipes, joined together by fittings for transporting fluids (liquids and gases) from one location to another.
The need for piping systems originates from the fact that the point of storage or flow stream is generally distant from the place where it is required.
Piping systems are used to transport all known liquid or gaseous fluids, for pasty materials or pulp and for fluids in suspension, covering the whole range of pressure and temperature used in industrial applications.
Industrial piping systems (and accompanying in-line components) can be manufactured from metal, plastic, wood, concrete or fiberglass.
This Technology Zone offers an insight into the latest innovations in piping systems for industrial plants.
Articles about Piping Systems
Emerson has announced its new Remote Assistance service capability to help plant operators immediately respond to industrial valve issues by using augmented reality (AR) technology.Read more
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This study is an attempt to move beyond the simple categories of wetting and non-wetting materials, and identify quantifiable metrics that can be useful to the insulation system designer.Read more
BBA Pumps has completely updated its assortment of accessories for mobile pumps. Information has been made more relevant with new technical data and product videos. In addition, new products have been added to further optimize your pump system.Read more
These are the key data of the MONACO transmission pipeline in Upper Bavaria in Germany. The new construction of the high-pressure natural gas line is an important milestone for security of supply in the region.Read more
Polygon Composites Technology, a leading manufacturer of composite tubing solutions for bearings, dielectric applications, surgical devices and more, announces PolySlide® Composite Tubing for pneumatic and hydraulic cylinders.Read more
SIMONA has joined the “Null Granulatverlust” (“Zero Granulate Loss”) initiative launched by Industrieverband Halbzeuge und Konsumprodukte aus Kunststoff e.V. (pro-K).Read more