Milliken Infrastructure Brings Solution to Polyethylene Repair

May 2017, Vol. 244, No. 5

Polyethylene (PE) pipe is a staple of the gas distribution industry, but it has always had a major challenge when it comes to repair. Due to its resistance to bonding applications, the only way to repair damaged PE pipe has been to completely remove the damaged portion and splice in new pipe through welding or fusion, a practice that is costly, time-consuming and then risks the integrity of the abutting pipe. Milliken Infrastructure Solutions has long been an innovator in the area of infrastructure repair, and once again they’ve made their mark on this industry….

Join PGJ Insider

Want to Read The Full Article? Become a PGJ Insider for FREE!

Continue reading this exclusive article. Login Sign Up! Join Today!

Join P&GJ Insider
PGJ Insider Benefits
  • Receive Monthly PGJ eNewsletter
  • Access Premium Content on (in-depth coverage; analysis; research)
  • Access PGJ Special Reports (e.g. PGJ 500)
  • Access PGJ Studies
  • Access PGJ Surveys
  • Access PGJ Whitepapers
  • Access PGJ Buyer’s Guide
  • Access PGJ magazine back-issues
  • Receive PGJ eMail Alerts – breaking industry news
  • Early invitation to PGJ Webinars
  • Early invitation to PGJ Events (e.g. Pipeline Opportunities Conference)
  • Enhanced no-charge listing in PGJ Buyer’s Guide

For over 150 years, Pipeline & Gas Journal (PGJ) has been the trusted source for information about the oil & gas pipeline industry worldwide. Join the Pipeline & Gas Journal (PGJ) community today as a PGJ Insider. Obtain access to valuable information and enhanced content. Receive important notifications.

Find articles with similar topics