High-Density Polyethylene Pipe (HDPE or PE Pipe) is made from ethylene, which can be derived from either crude oil or natural gas. PE pipe is extremely strong, durable, flexible, corrosion free and chemical resistant. These features make it perfect for a variety of CHINLEAN® HIGH DENSITY POLYETHYLENE (HDPE) PRESSURE PIPE.



  • Product brand name; CHINLEAN Polyethylene (PE) Pipes
  • Application; Potable Water Supply, Lift Irrigation, Pumping main & distributor pipe line, a chemical, fertilizer, Food & Dairy plants pipe lines instead of metal or cement pipes
  • Range Diameter; from 20 mm to 160mm outside diameter
  • Maximum working pressure 6 bar to 16 bar.
  • Material grade; Grade PE 80.
  • Colour; Black with blue stripes
  • Length; 6 meter in straight length, 50 meter and 100 meter in coiled length for size up to 110mm.



  • High Impact Strength to ensures a greater resistance to the rigours of pipe laying conditions.
  • Tough & Durable PE pipes are flexible and tough, ensuring highest durability and a long service life at low maintenance costs
  • Corrosion and Chemical Resistant Non conductive polymer and does not rust or corrode, assuring long service and effective use of municipal dollars.
  • Abrasion Resistance Excellent abrasion resistance providing long life in abrasive slurry applications.
  • Chemical Resistance Wide range of chemical reagents allows the use of polyethylene systems in applications such as chemical treatment applications used in mining operations.
  • Ease of Installation The light weight of PE pipes makes them easy to transport and install, reducing the overall installation cost. The pipe can produced in long length in coils to provide less frequent jointing.
  • Weathering Resistance PE pipes are stabilized against ultra violet (UV) light degradation by the inclusion of carbon black in the raw material.



Generally minimum of frequency factory routine test are carried out according to MS 1058: Part 5 for characteristics test of :

  • Appearance and dimension
  • Hydrostatic strength at 80 ºC for 165 hours
  • Hydrostatic strength at 80 ºC for 1000 hours
  • Oxidation induction time (OIT)
  • Melt flow index