Last updated on July 15th, 2022 by Myla Pablo
HDPE or High density polyethylene is a type of thermoplastic polymer used as a material to create pipes..
HDPE pipes are mainly used for its chemical resistant properties and is great as potable water pipes, drain pipes and water lines. To seal off the end of a pipe and stop dust or moisture from getting inside, use pipe end caps or dust caps. These relatively cheap dust end caps can save installation workers a ton of time and money by removing the need to clean the inside of the pipe prior to welding.
These pipe caps are easily fitted onto the end of the pipe. There are pipe dust caps to fit all common poly pipe sizes. Since they do not stretch, each cap can only be used with pipes that are the regular size. Some environmentally sensitive mining projects may be required to use end caps because they keep feral cats and other animals from hiding inside the pipe. It is great for laundry, shampoo, conditioner, household cleaning products, motor oil, antifreeze and recycling bins.
HDPE End Cap are piping material mainly used to protect pipe ends of various pipes covered in high density polyethylene. It is mainly used to protect and waterproof the connections and close the ends of the hydraulic or pneumatics pipes.
The flow direction of a piping system is stopped by caps, which offer a tight seal. To meet all of your demands, GF Piping System caps are offered in a variety of diameters, plastic materials, and malleable iron.
How do you Install a Pipe End Cap?
The table below shows the latest retail Mar 2022 prices of HDPE End Cap in Philippines Peso price per pieces including its size, specification, and brand.
Price and Standard Size of HDPE End Cap per pc in the Philippines
UPDATED: Construction Material Prices for HDPE End Cap in the Philippines (Mar 2022)
UPDATED: All Construction Prices are based on retail prices around hardware in Metro Manila
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