RAPIDPRESS PRESS-FIT AT NZ TANNERY

RAPIDPRESS PRESS-FIT AT NZ TANNERY

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NORTH ISLAND

 

RapidPress press-fit technology has revolutionised the way pipe work is installed in industrial settings. At a tannery in New Zealand, the use of RapidPress from The Metal Company has been a game-changer for transferring water and chemicals around the factory. The client chose RapidPress to supersede plastic pipe that was failing, making good use of stainless fittings including press-on Tri Clover fittings made by The Metal Company.

The tanning industry requires a lot of water and chemicals to produce quality leather. In this tannery, the water and chemicals were being transferred using plastic pipes. However, the plastic pipes were failing frequently due to the harsh chemicals and high-pressure requirements of the system. The client needed a reliable and durable solution to replace the plastic pipes.

The Metal Company recommended RapidPress, a system that uses press fittings to join pipes. This technology offers several advantages over traditional pipe work installation methods. RapidPress fittings are easy to install and require no welding, which saves time and money on installation costs. The fittings are also made of stainless steel, making them highly durable and resistant to corrosion.

The use of RapidPress at the tannery was a success. The stainless steel fittings were able to withstand the harsh chemicals and high-pressure requirements of the system. The press-on Tri Clover fittings from The Metal Company provided a leak-free connection, which ensured that no chemicals were lost during transfer. The use of all stainless steel fittings also eliminated the risk of contamination from plastic pipes.

The Metal Company’s RapidPress system has been an excellent choice for the tannery. The client has been impressed with the ease of installation and the durability of the system.

NORTH ISLAND

 

RapidPress press-fit technology has revolutionised the way pipe work is installed in industrial settings. At a tannery in New Zealand, the use of RapidPress from The Metal Company has been a game-changer for transferring water and chemicals around the factory. The client chose RapidPress to supersede plastic pipe that was failing, making good use of stainless fittings including press-on Tri Clover fittings made by The Metal Company.

The tanning industry requires a lot of water and chemicals to produce quality leather. In this tannery, the water and chemicals were being transferred using plastic pipes. However, the plastic pipes were failing frequently due to the harsh chemicals and high-pressure requirements of the system. The client needed a reliable and durable solution to replace the plastic pipes.

The Metal Company recommended RapidPress, a system that uses press fittings to join pipes. This technology offers several advantages over traditional pipe work installation methods. RapidPress fittings are easy to install and require no welding, which saves time and money on installation costs. The fittings are also made of stainless steel, making them highly durable and resistant to corrosion.

The use of RapidPress at the tannery was a success. The stainless steel fittings were able to withstand the harsh chemicals and high-pressure requirements of the system. The press-on Tri Clover fittings from The Metal Company provided a leak-free connection, which ensured that no chemicals were lost during transfer. The use of all stainless steel fittings also eliminated the risk of contamination from plastic pipes.

The Metal Company’s RapidPress system has been an excellent choice for the tannery. The client has been impressed with the ease of installation and the durability of the system.

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