Splicing ọna ti gilasi okun paipu
Splicing of fiberglass pipes usually uses two methods:
Pultrusion method:The ends of two fiberglass tubes are each nested in a metal tube of equal length, and the two metal tubes are then fixed on the stretching frame. The two tubes are then tightly bonded together by heating and stretching.
Epoxy glue method:Firstly, smooth the seams of two fiberglass pipes and apply epoxy glue. Glue the two pipe ends together and secure them with clamps or rope. After the glue dries, proceed to surface finishing and reinforcement.
No matter which method is used, the strength of the splicing must meet the corresponding specifications and standards. For the splicing of super-large fiberglass pipes, special attention needs to be paid to the safety issues during the splicing process and to ensure the integrity and quality of the splicing.