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isowell

isowell is a flexible, longitudinally welded and spirally corrugated HYDRA® stainless steel pipe, particularly suited for secondary piping networks with high requirements to pressure and temperature.
isowell pipe consists of a stainless steel pipe and a PE-LLD jacket pipe. Both are bonded together into a firm structure by flexible polyurethane insulation. The pipe is auto-compensating – a flexible alternative to rigid pipes during the connection process.

Longitudinally watertight composite system, certified according to 15632-4, FW 420.

Flexible isowell pipes ≤ ø50 are equipped with a diffusion barrier to eliminate diffusion of cell gas. This diffusion barrier ensures a permanently low heat loss throughout the service life of the flexible pipes.

 

Leak detection system

If you require electronic leak detection in your district energy system, isoplus can deliver steel pipes with two copper wires integrated to connect with a leak detection system.

 

Application

District heating, district cooling, solar heating, community heating, cooling, industry

 

Carrier pipe material: Stainless steel
Jacket pipe material: Bimodal – PE-LLD
Insulation: Polyurethane foam

Bending radius: 900 mm
Max. operating temperature 140°C
Max. continuous operating temperature 120°C

Dimensions: ø25-50
Max. operating pressure: 25 bar
Delivered lengths: 150-250 m

Dimensions: ø65-150 mm
Max. operating pressure: 16 bar
Delivered lengths: 30-128 m

At isoplus you can always get professional support from project start until the piping system is installed.

We can help with planningdesign calculationsinstallation of joints and installlation of leak detection system.

Read more about isoplus service & support.

Contact us

T  +45 6441 6109
E  iso@isoplus.dk

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