All inner surface options are thin and easy to clean.

Questions about the fluoroplastic figure:

  • Is this a sandwich structure? Is the sandwich structure only available for fluoroplastics?
  • How is reinforced plastic and thermoplastic constructed? Could I draw those too?
  • What is the added value of insulation, or is there any?

Reinforced plastic

For demanding chemicals

Our modern rewinding equipment produces a smooth and easy-to-clean surface for aggressive chemicals and, naturally, also for non-classified products. Generally, reinforced plastic products (FPR, fibre-reinforced plastic) are used by customers who value light transport equipment and the potential increase in payload that comes with it. One of our strengths over our competitors is the easy cleanability of our products. This applies to even the most difficult chemicals, such as latex.

  • For materials, such as latex


Extreme purity for demanding materials

Our high-quality thermoplastic solutions offer the possibility to transport a wide range of difficult chemicals. However, thermoplastic also enables the transport of foodstuffs that require absolute purity. Thermoplastic is a few millimetres thick, and a sandwich-FRP structure is built on top of it.

  • For materials, such as foodstuffs


For demanding transport of chemicals

Our high-quality fluoroplastic container solution has been very popular in recent years. The fluoroplastic coating inside the container is a few millimetres thick and forms an integral part of the container structure. We produce the fluoroplastic welding using an automatic butt joint machine combined with manual welding methods. After this, we build a high-quality sandwich-FRP structure on top of the fluoroplastic. The fluoroplastic structure enables our customers to transport an even wider range of chemicals. Our customers have chosen this product for demanding transport of chemicals, such as hypochlorite and hydrochloric acid in the same container.

  • For materials such as hypochlorite and hydrochloric acid