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polyethylene pipe pe100 for irrigation

At WGTechno, we specialize in producing high-performance polyethylene pipes that meet your specific needs. Our HDPE polyethylene pipes are available in a range of diameters, pressure ratings and sizes, from 16mm to 160mm, and pressure classes PN4 to PN32. Whether you need pipes for transporting water, gas, or other fluids, our products are designed to deliver the quality and reliability you demand. 

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WGTechno uses high quality pe metarials

Our world-class manufacturing process ensures that our pe pipes meet the highest European standards. We pride ourselves on sourcing only the best quality raw materials and using advanced machinery to produce pipes of superior quality and longevity. At our Tbilisi factory, we have the capability to produce different types of polyethylene pipes, ranging from 16 mm to 160 mm in size.

Polyethylene Pipes: The Perfect Solution for Durable Pipeline Systems

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At WGTechno, we strive to deliver quality PE pipes to our customers. Now, you can purchase our pipes effortlessly through two major online vendors: and While prices may differ between our physical stores and the online stores, you are guaranteed the same high-quality product no matter where you make your purchase.


pe100 pipe weights and diameter measurements

pe100 pipe weights table

Technological developments enabled important developments in the plastic raw material production, as well. Developed during 1950s, PE 32 class low-density polyethylene is used in the potable water piping lines for the first time. Later, PE 63 raw material is developed and it is successfully applied in the systems not requiring high pressure. However, PE63 is used in the lines requiring pressure up to 4 bar, due to technical properties of material. Developments in raw material continued and PE 80 raw material as 2nd generation is brought into use. Thus, PE 80 raw material started to be used with high performance in potable water and natural gas grids. Developed at the beginning of 1990, 3rd generation PE 100 raw material gets to be both high performance and economic solution to the potable water and natural gas networks areas.

  • 1. Generation raw materials : PE 32 (LDPE), PE 40 (LDPE), PE 63 (HDPE)

  • 2. Generation raw materials : PE 80 (MDPE), PE 80 (HDPE)

  • 3. Generation raw materials : PE 100 (HDPE)


  • High stretch capability. By this means, they provide easiness in assembly. Breaking strain is minimum 350%.

  • Do not get affected from underground movements and not breakable.

  • High impact resistance and crack-spreading resistance.

  • Since their internal surface smoothness is low, it provides important advantages while selecting diameter in projecting.

  • Appropriate to undersea installation, and do not get affected from sea water and sea movements.

  • Due to linking method, no montage loss.

  • Serves free-of-problem under nominal operational pressure for minimum 50 years.

  • UV-light resistance.

  • Do not get affected from harmful substances contained in the earth structure and having corrosive effects.

  • Therefore, they do not require cathodic protection.

  • Resistant against chemical substances.

  • Do not change the smell and taste of the water, therefore it is sanitary.

Technical Informations / Installation Procedure

The installation rules of PE pipes are identified in the ATV-A 127 and EN 805 standards. After welding the pipes outside the channel, they can be descended inside the channel. In here, it is important that channel digging should be narrow.

  • Pipes must not be crushed in any way.

  • The pipes that are damaged during handling or storage (bruised with tools with sharp tip or materials like stone) must definitely be avoided.

  • Definitely there must not be deposited underground water or rain water within the channel. (If water deposited in the channel, water must be drained with the help of a pump.

  • Non-adhered sand, gravel, mixed-grain, sand and gravel can be used as channel filling material.

  • Channel depth must be minimum 70-80 cm.

  • If digging earth is available to filling, pipe can be laid down directly on the channel ground without requiring bedding.  If digging earth is not available for filling (stony, watery etc.) channel dept must be increased and bedding should be done with dry filling material (e.g. sand).

  • The bedding thickness to be done must be minimum A1 = 100 mm + 1/10 DN.  With the help of a light-working compactor, bedding material must be compacted until a 95% resistance is achieved.

  • Pipe side fillings casted at a thickness of A2, 30 cm and they must be compacted with the help of light compactor at a rate of 92-95%.  This operation must be continued until it passes 30 cm over a pipe in every 30 cm.

  • Filling process must be completed after it passes A3 = 30 cm over pipe by compacting with a middle-force compactor.

pe 100 pipe technical info
With an outer diameter of 110 mm and a working pressure of 10 bar for a pipe PE 32, PE 63, if they are produced from PE100 raw materials, wall thicknesses and their weight will be according to the given data on the above. >
s : Wall Thickness, m: Meter Weight
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