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GRP & GRE Lamination/ RTR Adhesive

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Installation & Jointing

Al Ajyal Union Limited Co., is providing installation and jointing of the GRE & GRP pipelines. There are different kinds of joints possible in GRE & GRP pipelines for which we are providing jointing service. Some types of joints are,

GRP/GRE Lamination joint

Adhesive (cement) joint

Flanged and Stub End joint

Rubber seal lock joint

Threaded pipe joint

Al Ajyal Union Limited Co is committed to satisfying our customer’s requirements and striving to exceed our customer’s expectations, while being fully committed to continual improvement and to providing the highest quality services in our field. We are Experienced, Trained and Equipped with all instruments related with Inspection & Testing of pipelines & vessels.

Site Installation Inspection

Visual Inspection for cracks and defects

Barcol hardness test

Acetone Sensitivity Test

Pressure Testing

Vacuum Testing

Our prices are always fair as we strive to build not only a successful business, but also lasting relationships with our clients. Commitment to time, quality of service and price will ensure our future as well as that of our clients.

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HDPE Jointing

This technique is used for welding pipes made from PE, PP, PVDF etc. The pipes are mounted in the clamps of the butt fusion equipment and checked for initial alignment. The pipe ends are then planed to ensure that they are flat & square. The welding sequence begins when a flat heated plate is positioned between the two pipe ends. The pipes are pushed towards each other until they come into contact with the hot plate and the pressure is increased to give good thermal contact.

The pipe ends melt and the interface pressure forces the molten material outwards to form ‘weld beads’ at the outside and inside pipe surfaces; hence the term ‘bead-up’ stage. Then the pressure is reduced to a value sufficient only to maintain the pipe in contact with the hot plate. This allows the melt depth to increase without increasing the size of the weld beads. At the end of this ‘heat soak’ stage, the pipe ends are pulled away from the hot plate. The hot plate is removed, and the stage. This causes further growth of the weld bead and is called the ‘bead roll over’ stage. The two molten pipe ends are pushed together at the same pressure as used during the initial bead-up pressure is maintained until the weld is fully cooled and joint is ready

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Urban Planning

We are a collective dedicated to creating enriched urban environments that enhance the lives of people.

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Sustainable design principles, including energy-efficient strategies, passive daylighting, and intelligent materials.

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As a young and energetic collaborative, Alder is simultaneously an academic think tank, and technological firm.

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We are an award-winning and licensed architecture practice that welcomes residential and commercial projects.

Let’s build something beautiful together