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PLIDCO launches new hydrogen-compatible products

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World Pipelines,

The Pipe Line Development Company (PLIDCO), the leader in pipeline leak repair and maintenance fittings, has announced the introduction of a new range of products for use with hydrogen pipelines in response to the emerging transition toward hydrogen and other alternative energy sources (USA).

PLIDCO launches new hydrogen-compatible products

Designed for onshore and subsea high-pressure emergency pipeline repairs and routine pipeline maintenance applications, PLIDCO’s products are ideal for hydrogen, oil, gas, water, chemical, steam, slurry and other piping systems. Its high-pressure fittings are designed and manufactured to meet the highest quality standards, following ASME/ANSI codes and adhering to a strict quality control programme.

“As the shift toward a hydrogen-based energy system gains traction, we anticipate an emerging need for pipeline maintenance and repair products that meet the specific standards required for hydrogen pipelines,” said Ernie Lackner, PLIDCO’s Director of Sales and Marketing.

“For 75 years, PLIDCO has been the trusted source for pipeline fittings and maintenance products used around the globe. While energy sources and technologies have evolved, PLIDCO’s products consistently provide high-quality, dependable fittings to meet the needs of an ever-changing market.”

PLIDCO maintains an inventory of fittings that are compatible for use with hydrogen pipelines, allowing customers to stop leaks without shutdown or welding in onshore and subsea environments. Each of its hydrogen-approved products meets US quality standards and has distinctive green markings to easily differentiate them, helping to ensure a mistake-proof repair.

The new line of hydrogen products is covered under PLIDCO’s five-year limited warranty, the only such warranty provided in the pipeline industry.

PLIDCO is attending the ADIPEC 2023 Exhibition & Conference on taking place 2 – 5 October (United Arab Emirates)

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