Glass Reinforced Epoxy (GRE) Pipes

Amiantit also manufactures a wide range of GRE pipes, fittings, flanges and spools predominantly used in industrial, mining and petrochemical applications. Lightweight and easy to handle and install, GRE pipes have a smooth internal surface that reduces friction and enables a smoother flow capacity. There is a lower thermal conductivity in GRE pipes compared to steel, which is only 1% of steel values. This in turn, reduces insulation costs and heat loss.

The other major benefit of GRE pipes is the fact that, once they are installed, they are more or less maintenance-free. GRE pipes are well suited for environments where corrosion resistance is required at a reasonable price. Main uses include petrochemical process lines, oil and gas systems, fire-fighting systems, offshore and onshore systems, and ship and marine applications. GRE pipes are available with diameters ranging from 25 – 1200 mm.

Bondstrand Ltd. was Established 1982 in Dammam, KSA. BSL is a 60-40 joint venture between Amiantit and Ameron BV. The company produces GRE pipes with diameters ranging from 25 –1000 mm. In addition, Bondstrand Ltd. also produces fittings, flanges, and spools.

Amipox was Established 2003 in Dammam, KSA. Amipox is a wholly owned subsidiary of Amiantit, the plant uses Amipox technology to produce lightweight, high quality GRE pipes in diameters ranging from 80 – 1,200 mm in a fully automated process. They manufacture pipes in standard lengths of 9 m and 12 m. The company also manufactures fittings, flanges, and spools.