For almost 50 years Steel Mains has been supplying the SINTAKOTE® pipeline system and, for more than 30 years, its SINTAJOINT® push-in socket to the markets in Asia Pacific. This system has demonstrated outstanding performance both above and below ground in thousands of different applications and environments.
The SINTAKOTE technology has been developed into several core pipeline systems which can be tailored to suit specific applications along with the operating environment and consists of coating, lining and a joint system on both pipes and fittings.
Steel Mains manufactures steel pipeline systems in a comprehensive range from 100mm to 2500mm nominal diameter including all ISO and Australian Standard diameters. Pipes can be manufactured in a range of effective laying lengths from 6.0 to 13.4 metres with wall thicknesses ranging from 4.5mm to 20mm.
A full range of fittings from simple bends, tees, reducers, branches to complex fittings such as trifurcates can be supplied separately with SINTAJOINT for pushing together or any of our full range of welded joints for welding on site.
Rated pipe pressures are based on diameter, wall thickness and steel strength. Rated pressures for SINTAJOINT are typically up to 4.25MPa for pipe diameters up to DN 1000 with fully welded joints capable of even higher pressures.
SINTAKOTE A factory applied external fusion bonded polyethylene coating proven to provide superior external corrosion protection in almost all operating environments.
SINTAKOTE is recognised by the water industry as the premium corrosion protection system for steel water pipelines. Also widely specified in marine piling applications and can be installed above or below ground.
Please download a copy of our Capabilities brochure shown under “Brochures” for more information on our Sintakote Steel Pipeline Systems.
To find out the advantages of using steel as your pipeline material, please download our Brochure on The Advantages of Steel.