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Reinforced thermoplastic pipe (RTP, also known as flexible composite pipe or FCP) is a generic term referring to a reliable high strength synthetic fibre (such as glass, aramid or carbon) or high strength steel wire reinforced pipe system. Initially developed in the early 1990s by Wavin Repox, Akzo Nobel and by Tubes d'Aquitaine from France, who developed the first pipes reinforced with synthetic fibre to replace medium pressure steel pipes in response to growing demand for non-corrosive conduits for application in the onshore oil and gas industry, particularly from Shell in the Middle East. Because of its expertise in producing pipes, Pipelife Netherlands was involved in the project to develop long length RTP in 1998. The resulting system is marketed today under the name SoluForce. More r

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  • Reinforced thermoplastic pipe
  • Versterkte thermoplastische pijp
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  • Reinforced thermoplastic pipe (RTP, also known as flexible composite pipe or FCP) is a generic term referring to a reliable high strength synthetic fibre (such as glass, aramid or carbon) or high strength steel wire reinforced pipe system. Initially developed in the early 1990s by Wavin Repox, Akzo Nobel and by Tubes d'Aquitaine from France, who developed the first pipes reinforced with synthetic fibre to replace medium pressure steel pipes in response to growing demand for non-corrosive conduits for application in the onshore oil and gas industry, particularly from Shell in the Middle East. Because of its expertise in producing pipes, Pipelife Netherlands was involved in the project to develop long length RTP in 1998. The resulting system is marketed today under the name SoluForce. More r
  • De versterkte thermoplastische pijp (Engels: Reinforced Thermoplastic Pipe, RTP of Flexible Composite Pipe, FCP) is een type kunststof pijp, die in de jaren negentig ontwikkeld is door Wavin, AkzoNobel en Tubes d'Aquitaine (een Franse onderneming) die de eerste, vezelversterkte plastic pijpen maakten. Dit r&d-project kwam voort uit een vraag (van met name Shell in het Midden-Oosten) om bestaande stalen buizen te vervangen voor niet corrosieve leidingen voor toepassingen in de olie en gasindustrie. Door de expertise in het produceren van pijpen en buizen werd Pipelife Nederland B.V. in 1998 bij dit project betrokken voor het produceren van langelengtes-RTP. Het resulterende systeem wordt verkocht onder de naam SoluForce.
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  • Reinforced thermoplastic pipe (RTP, also known as flexible composite pipe or FCP) is a generic term referring to a reliable high strength synthetic fibre (such as glass, aramid or carbon) or high strength steel wire reinforced pipe system. Initially developed in the early 1990s by Wavin Repox, Akzo Nobel and by Tubes d'Aquitaine from France, who developed the first pipes reinforced with synthetic fibre to replace medium pressure steel pipes in response to growing demand for non-corrosive conduits for application in the onshore oil and gas industry, particularly from Shell in the Middle East. Because of its expertise in producing pipes, Pipelife Netherlands was involved in the project to develop long length RTP in 1998. The resulting system is marketed today under the name SoluForce. More recently the technology of producing such pipe, including the marketing, rests with a few key companies. Typically, the materials used in the construction of the pipe might be Polyethylene (PE), Polyamide-11 or PVDF and may be reinforced with Aramid or Polyester fibre or high strength steel wire, although other combinations are used. It is available in coils up to 400 m (1,312 ft) in length. The pipes are available in pressure ratings from 30 to 450 bar (3 to 45 MPa; 435 to 6,527 psi). Recent innovations include gas tight RTP and RTP for high operating temperatures. Some RTP systems are fully certified according to certification bodies like the American Petroleum Institute. Over the last few years this type of pipe has been acknowledged as a standard alternative solution to steel for oilfield flowline applications by major oil companies and operators. RTP are used for a variety of on- and off-shore applications, including: high pressure water injection pipelines, water transport solutions, effluent water disposal, oil and gas flowlines, oil and gas gathering lines and gas pipeline. An advantage of RTP is its very fast installation time compared to steel pipe, as average speeds up to 1,000 m (3,281 ft)/day have been reached installing RTP in ground surface (which is not possible with steel pipes when considering the welding time). Primarily, the pipe provides benefits to applications where steel may rupture due to corrosion (RTP is corrosion free) and installation time is an issue.
  • De versterkte thermoplastische pijp (Engels: Reinforced Thermoplastic Pipe, RTP of Flexible Composite Pipe, FCP) is een type kunststof pijp, die in de jaren negentig ontwikkeld is door Wavin, AkzoNobel en Tubes d'Aquitaine (een Franse onderneming) die de eerste, vezelversterkte plastic pijpen maakten. Dit r&d-project kwam voort uit een vraag (van met name Shell in het Midden-Oosten) om bestaande stalen buizen te vervangen voor niet corrosieve leidingen voor toepassingen in de olie en gasindustrie. Door de expertise in het produceren van pijpen en buizen werd Pipelife Nederland B.V. in 1998 bij dit project betrokken voor het produceren van langelengtes-RTP. Het resulterende systeem wordt verkocht onder de naam SoluForce. Het materiaal van de pijp kan polyethyleen (PE), Polyamide 11 of PVDF zijn en kan worden versterkt met aramide- of polyestervezel of staaldraad. Tegenwoordig is de technologie van het produceren en verkopen van dergelijke pijpen voornamelijk in handen van Pipelife met . De pijpen zijn te verkrijgen op rol tot 400 m lengte in ontwerp druktrappen van 30 tot 450 bar. De laatste jaren wordt dit type pijp steeds meer geaccepteerd als de gestandaardiseerde oplossing voor olieveldflowlines. Een voordeel van deze pijp is de snelle installatie vergeleken met stalen pijpen. Snelheden tot 1000 m/d zijn bereikt met het installeren van RTP in de grond. De RTP is met name nuttig in toepassingen waar staal te lijden heeft onder corrosie en wanneer de installatiesnelheid een belangrijke factor is. Naast de toepassing als olieleiding wordt RTP ook toegepast als gasleiding.
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