Monitored Pipework

Orange County UK is the sole supplier of BRUGG flexible pipework across the UK and Ireland, which is provides many benefits in comparison to rigid plastic or stainless steel options. Not only can it be both supplied and installed in continuous lengths of up to 1 kilometre with no joints required, FSR and Secon-X types of pipe can be permanently monitored for leakage with a pressure or vacuum leak detector, also supplied by Orange County UK.

BRUGG Pipework is used in many applications nationwide, some of which are detailed below.

Double walled pipes installed on tray-work in an Engine Testing Centre. Double walled flexible stainless steel pipework was run through a tortuous route to supply gasoline/ petrol and diesel to the header tanks and engine test bays. Installation of 360 metres of double walled pipe took 2 days.

Flexible double walled stainless steel safety pipework being pulled into place in a 220 metre open trench. This pipe leaves the trench and rises up a building to the distribution system. Approximately 2.5 kilometres of pipe installed within a few hours.

Flexible double walled stainless steel pipe ready to be pulled from the drum, pipes can be seen coming through ducts in the concrete pad. Installing pipework like this minimises the chance of damage to the pipe by heavy ground workings, end connectors will be fitted to these pipes to suit the connecting equipment when it is places on the pad.

500 metres of DN40 (1½ inch) and DN50 (2 inch) flexible stainless steel safety pipe arriving on site ready for installation. The pipe drum is supported on jacks and pipework is pulled directly into the trench by two installers, installation is quick, simple and left fully tested.

Flexible double walled stainless steel pipe running down a sea cliff to supply bulk tanks at the base of the cliff. Flexible pipe in a single length eliminated the need for welding on site and the need for joints in the sea atmosphere. Pipework was simply pulled from a drum and clipped in place along the steel structure.