“Hermetic” Pipe Penetrations
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“Hermetic” Pipe Penetrations


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The patented "Hermetic" System provides fast and convenient method to make pipe penetrations through watertight and fire-resisting divisions. This method can be used for pipes from 14mm up to 273mm. Penetrations have been tested to withstand a pressure of more than 100 metres water column and are approved by leading Classification Societies.

The "Hermetic" system eliminates typical problems caused by the welding process such as deformation of structures, reduced resistance to corrosion, etc. It offers cost savings during installation.

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