Stadpipe's core business is the production of pipe parts and special parts in PE plastic. We also assemble complete pipe installations.
Our years of experience in the processing of thermoplastic allows us to take on assignments within the design and construction, certified welding and processing of pipes, pipe parts, plates and bolts.
Our employees are well-qualified and work continuously on the improvement of our products. We aim to remain at the forefront in the development of specialised pipe solutions for our customers.
Stadpipe makes regular investments in modern equipment and currently owns one of the most modern machine parks in the industry. All our machines are certified by authorised bodies and we produce pipe parts with dimensions up to 1,200mm.
Our vision is for Stadpipe to be the preferred supplier of PE parts, based on quality, expertise, service and innovation.
The design and construction of specialised pipe parts are often decisive factors for meeting customer requirements. We deliver complete pipe systems or parts in thermoplastic to industrial customers. We make use of Autocad and Inventor 3D during the design stage.
Our major deliveries are primarily to land-based industry. We design and fit complete installations. We also produce special tanks and parts for industry. Moreover, we carry out assignments for the oil industry. Our range of products includes the delivery and installation of fuel pipes in PE with internal coating, which make the pipes resistant to most types of fuel.
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Extraction of PE pipes is one of our specialities. With our extraction technique, we can create extraction in pipes with a diameter of up to 1,200mm.
The extraction parts can be produced with minimum overall dimensions and according to accurate specifications from the customer. This extraction technique allows us to produce piers with a streamlined radius, allowing for excellent flow of liquids without noise and vibrations. Collars / flanges, pipe sockets, etc. are butt welded to the piers, creating a much stronger weld than with extrusion welding.