Chemical Resistance: An All-too-common Problem
Chemicals used in water and wastewater treatment are often transferred through materials that break down over time. Common problems include the degradation of PVC and polyethylene, which pose an extreme health and safety concern. Disinfection systems and other key processes can incur critical failures, and this puts not only the operator, but also an entire community at risk with unsafe drinking water.
While catastrophic incidents are possible when inferior piping and tubing are used in a chemical system, costly repairs and maintenance is inevitable and reason enough to find a better way. At Pro-Line, we’re dedicated to improving systems so that safety concerns and repair costs will not be an issue – and that’s why we are so excited for our upcoming product release.
The Solution to Poor Chemical Resistance
Our soon-to-be released product will offer superior chemical resistance and extended temperature capabilities to handle many applications, including:
- Sodium hypochlorite
- Ferric chloride
- Alum compounds
- And many other chemicals used in water & wastewater systems
This new system eliminates the solvent welding process, its fast, easy to install and provides long-term reliable performance. Having a safe & sound chemical treatment system is simple – just call us today and ask us how your piping system’s lifespan can be prolonged.