Increased resistance to corrosion

To produce ANACONDA™ pipes, the manufacturer uses polyethylene and polyester yarns which are resistant to products transported via oilfield and gas-distributing pipelines as well as to substances contained in soil. 

As soon as polyethylene and polyester yarns are dielectrics they are not exposed to earth currents and electrochemical protection is not needed.

Increased throughput capacity

The inner surface of ANACONDA™ pipes is not exposed to corrosion and carbonate buildup and it remains smooth during operation, so ANACONDA™ pipes of smaller inner diameter can be chosen than that of steel pipes.

High resistance to hydroabrasive wear

Polyethylene pipes are highly resistant to hydroabrasive wear. The results of tests of polyethylene pipes and steel pipes demonstrated that wear per unit of time is 2.5 times higher in steel pipes than that in polyethylene pipes.

High flexibility

ANACONDA™ pipes are very flexible; pipe bending radius can achieve 20 outer diameters; that makes it possible to bend the pipeline by means of elastic bending so there is no need for bent pieces.

The flexibility of pipes permits to reel them, so the number of connections in a pipeline can be 15-30 times less and the time needed to construct a pipeline can be considerably decreased.

Thanks to their flexibility, such pipelines are capable to withstand soil movements during earthquakes, soil expansions, and soil subsidence; that means they are fail-safe structures.

High deformation capacity

High deformation capacity of ANACONDA™ pipes in circumferential direction permits them to withstand freezing of water not decreasing their load-carrying capability after thawing out. Hydraulic hammer pressure decreases significantly.

High impact number

The materials of ANACONDA™ pipes have high impact number; that makes them insensitive to bumps, scratches, and dents on the outer surface, to slow and fast propagation of cracks.

Low weight per unit length

ANACONDA™ pipes are 3-4 times lighter than steel pipes; that makes it possible to use light-duty machines and equipment to handle and lay the pipes in a trench and to do it manually in some cases.

Contact Us!

For further assistance and information, please, don't hesitate to contact us:

  • at our headquarters in Perm, Russia: +7 342 296-32-44, (Russian speaking; email preferred);
  • our european representative Julia Stejskal (resident in Austria): +43 676 67-33-812 (+Viber), Skype: julya247, (speaking English, German, Russian).