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The manual polyethylene pipe welding machine is a portable device used for joining polyethylene (PE) pipes through a fusion welding process. It is designed to be operated manually by the user, without the need for any external power source.
The manual polyethylene pipe welding machine typically consists of a heating element, a temperature control system, clamp jaws, and a handle. The heating element is used to heat the ends of the PE pipes to a specific temperature, typically between 200°C and 240°C, ensuring proper fusion of the pipe ends. The temperature control system allows the user to adjust and maintain the desired temperature during the welding process.
  • Long service life

    The PE pipe has high molecular weight, good stability and anti-aging ability. Under normal operating temperature, the service life of PE pipe can be guaranteed to be more than 50 years.

  • Environmental performance

    PE pipes do not add metal stabilizers during the processing process, and the material is non-toxic, without scaling layer, and does not breed bacteria. It is a safe and hygienic pipeline material. PE material itself can be recycled and will not produce substances that have an impact on the environment.

  • Corrosion resistance

    The molecular structure stability of PE pipes is extremely high and there is no electrochemical corrosion. Among many pipeline materials, the corrosion index of PE pipes is relatively small, and apart from a few oxidants, they can withstand corrosion from various chemical media.

  • Impact resistance

    PE pipe is a high toughness pipe material with a fracture elongation rate of over 500%, which has impact and earthquake resistance, and strong adaptability to uneven settlement of the pipe foundation.

  • Low temperature resistance

    HDPE pipes have good low-temperature resistance and will not exhibit brittle cracking even in extremely low environments.

  • Wear resistance

    HDPE pipes have flat walls and low flow resistance, resulting in fluid friction performance, not only wear resistance but also high conveying efficiency.

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Zhuji Gaohui Machinery Co., Ltd., Gaohui is professional China Manual Polyethylene Pipe Welding Machine Manufacturers and OEM Manual Polyethylene Pipe Welding Machine Suppliers engaged in the research, development, production, sale, and service of Manual Polyethylene Pipe Welding Machine, our main products are HDPE pipe fittings, such as electrofusion fittings, butt fusion fitting, thread fittings and etc.
We not only provide our customers with high-quality goods at factory gate prices but also provide professional pipeline application solutions. Our HDPE pipe fittings guarantee 50 years of service life in normal use. We are located in Zhuji City, Zhejiang Province, China with convenient transportation access. Delicate strict quality control and timely customer service, our experienced staff members are always available to discuss your requirements and ensure customer satisfaction. More than 50 sets of production equipment and skilled workers make sure of time delivery, we can supply HDPE fitting up to 1200mm.
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Manual Polyethylene Pipe Welding Machine

What types of joints can be created using the Manual Polyethylene Pipe Welding Machine?

The Manual Polyethylene Pipe Welding Machine is typically used to create butt fusion joints for joining polyethylene pipes. Butt fusion is a common and reliable method for joining PE pipes, and it results in a strong, homogeneous joint. The types of joints that can be created using this welding machine include:
Butt Fusion Joint:The most common joint created with a Manual Polyethylene Pipe Welding Machine is the butt fusion joint.
In butt fusion, the ends of two polyethylene pipes are brought together and heated using a heating plate until the material becomes molten.
The molten ends are then pressed together to form a seamless, homogeneous fusion.
Socket Fusion Joint (if applicable):Some manual welding machines may have the capability to create socket fusion joints.
In socket fusion, the pipe ends are heated using a specialized socket or heating tool, and then the heated ends are pressed together to form the joint.
Socket fusion joints are often used for smaller diameter pipes.
It's important to note that the specific joint type achievable with a Manual Polyethylene Pipe Welding Machine can depend on the machine's design, capabilities, and intended use. Butt fusion is the most widely used method for joining polyethylene pipes, especially for larger diameter pipes used in various applications such as water distribution, gas pipelines, and industrial systems.

What are the procedures for operating the Manual Polyethylene Pipe Welding Machine?

The specific procedures for operating a Manual Polyethylene Pipe Welding Machine can vary depending on the manufacturer and model of the machine. However, here is a general outline of the steps typically involved in operating such a machine:
Setup:Ensure that the machine is placed on a stable and level surface.
Check that all necessary components, such as the heating plate and facer, are in good condition and properly attached.Verify that the machine is clean and free from any debris or contaminants.
Power On:Connect the machine to a power source according to the manufacturer's instructions.Turn on the power to activate the machine.
Temperature Settings:Set the temperature on the heating plate to the appropriate level for the polyethylene material being welded. Refer to the material specifications or guidelines provided by the manufacturer.
Preparation of Pipes:Ensure that the ends of the polyethylene pipes to be welded are clean, straight, and free from any dirt, moisture, or contaminants.Use a facer tool to trim and prepare the pipe ends for welding.
Clamping:Position the pipes in the welding machine and use the clamping mechanism to securely hold them in place.
Heating:Allow the heating plate to reach the desired temperature.
Bring the heated plate into contact with the prepared pipe ends, applying even pressure.
Heating and Cooling Times:Follow the recommended heating and cooling times specified for the polyethylene material. This ensures that the material reaches the correct temperature for welding and then cools sufficiently for the joint to solidify.
Welding:Once the pipes are at the appropriate temperature, remove the heating plate.Quickly bring the heated ends of the pipes together and hold them in position until the joint cools and solidifies.
Cooling Period:Allow sufficient time for the welded joint to cool and achieve its full strength before handling or subjecting it to stress.
Quality Check:Inspect the welded joint for uniformity and ensure that it meets the specified quality standards.
Perform any additional testing or inspections as required by industry or project specifications.
Shutdown:Turn off the machine and disconnect it from the power source.Clean the machine and store it in a secure and dry location.