Fiberglass sand filled pipeline

Fiberglass sand-filled pipes are versatile and durable components used in various industries for applications such as drainage, irrigation, and underground utility installations These pipes are known for their strength, corrosion resistance

Production Process:



  • Fiberglass Reinforcement: The production process begins with the preparation of fiberglass materials, including glass fibers and resin. The glass fibers are typically arranged in a specific orientation to provide strength and flexibility to the pipe. The fibers may be woven into mats or rovings, depending on the desired properties of the final product.

  • Resin Infusion: Once the fiberglass reinforcement is prepared, resin is infused into the fibers to bind them together and create a solid composite structure. The resin may be applied manually or through automated processes such as vacuum infusion to ensure proper saturation of the fibers and uniform distribution of the resin throughout the pipe.

  • Sand Filling: To enhance the strength and stiffness of the fiberglass pipe, sand is filled into the pipe during the production process. The sand filling process involves carefully pouring sand into the pipe while ensuring that it is evenly distributed and compacted to provide additional structural support and resistance to external loads.

  • Curing: After the resin infusion and sand filling processes are complete, the fiberglass pipe undergoes a curing process to harden the resin and solidify the composite structure. Curing may involve the application of heat, pressure, or chemical catalysts to accelerate the curing process and achieve the desired properties of the pipe, such as strength, durability, and corrosion resistance.

  • Finishing and Inspection: Once cured, the fiberglass sand-filled pipe is removed from the mold and undergoes finishing processes such as trimming, sanding, and painting to achieve the desired appearance and surface texture. The pipe is then inspected for quality control purposes to ensure that it meets industry standards and specifications for different applications.