SeaCor® piping systems are particularly suitable for white, black and grey water systems as well as vent applications in marine settings. SeaCor® complies with FTP regulations on smoke, toxicity and surface flammability regulations and is approved by the United States Coast Guard and Transport Canada.
The CPVC material is corrosion-resistant over the entire service life of the SeaCor® piping system, even in harsh maritime environments.
The plastic pipes used for SeaCor® are close to five times lighter than those made of metal. This increases the payload possibilities for ships and saves energy during operation.
SeaCor® is joined with a two-step welding process using a special solvent cement and primer, with low VOC and improved chemical resistance for chlorinated water applications.
All elements of the SeaCor® piping system are temperature-resistant to 99°C (210°F) and suitable for both cold and hot water applications.
Sturdy and lightweight, plastic pipes are ideal for use in a wide range of applications. Versatile yet durable, these all-rounders offer exceptional reliability and proven quality.
Adapters and transitions are essential for connecting metal with plastic pipes or even two plastic pipes. This range covers multiple materials and offers reliable connections while offering high flexibility during assembly.
Bends and elbows are essential fittings that easily change the direction of pipes. The extensive range available offers not only multiple materials but also different curvature degrees to easily fit your piping system.
Caps provide a tight seal and stop the flow direction of a piping system. GF Piping System caps are available in different dimensions, different plastic materials and malleable iron to fit all of your needs. Temporary caps ease the pressure testing of an installed pipeline.
Simplify the pipe installation process with couplers and sockets. Specially designed to slide easily over pipes with no extra equipment required, they are cemented, welded or mechanically connected to create a pressure-tight joint.
Flange connections are often the best mechanical connection between pipe segments or for installing valves up to very big dimensions.
GF Piping Systems has an extensive range of installation fittings available in a wide range of materials, ensuring secure and accurate positioning of sensors and electrodes for exceptional performance. The fittings match perfectly with all GF Signet products and are key for the easy installation of measurement equipment.
Reducers are used for effecting a smooth transition between two pipes or fittings with different dimensions. The wide selection available covers an exceptionally diverse area of applications. They are available in short or long versions and in centric or excentric versions.
When creating branch lines, lightweight tee, wye, and cross fittings make installation much easier. These fittings are made from a range of materials and malleable iron and cover multiple dimension possibilities including various reductions on the same fitting.
Unions are the best mechanical connection between pipe segments and for installing all kinds of components up to the dimensions of d110/DN100. Unions are available in a wide range of materials and jointing options. The connection is fast and very robust.
The Cone Check Valve 561/562 is designed to prevent the backflow of media into sensitive systems. This valve minimizes pressure loss and comes with a special seal to guarantee leakproof operation.
Durable, dependable and simple to use, the Type 582 Pressure Reducing Valve’s design reduces the pressure on the outlet of the valve. It is used to reduce higher pressure from main lines or to protect sensitive devices from being damaged by too much pressure.
Cementing is a simple and quick method of jointing that creates a secure, leak-proof joint with little expertise or expensive equipment required.