Snap Split Pipes™ are widely used thanks to its design and quality. Here are some examples from different projects, please let us know if you should need further documentation in a specific area, contact us here.
› 25000 m Snap Hardlock™ at a nuclear site in France. Purchaser EDF. Snap Multibox™ was used to create 90 degrees bends.
› 19000 m Snap Hardlock™ at a railway project in the Netherlands, rebuild of a platform. Purchaser Prorail.
› 3200 m Snap Panzar™ at an electrical distribution project in Sweden. Purchaser E.on, contractor Vattenfall Service AB.
This video is from a railway construction project in Sweden. Contractor was Strukton Rail.
Snap Hardlock™ railway 19000 m
Snap Hardlock™ in stones and gravel
Snap Hardlock™ protecting optical fibre at shallow harsh environment
Snap Hardlock™ at nuclear site
Snap Hardlock™ at railway bridge
Snap Panzar™ protecting submarine cable
Snap Hardlock™ protecting cables for electrical distribution
Snap Hardlock™ 110 railway temporary cables
Snap Hardlock™ line lift with excavator
Snap Hardlock™ in different ø at railway in the Netherlands.
Snap Hardlock™ connecting to substation
Snap Hardlock™ protecting cables at international military base
Snap Panzar™ protects submarine cable in the Swedish archipelago
At a submarine cable project to electrify a small island with cabins in south of Sweden, One Nordic AB protected the cable using Snap Panzar™ 110. The installation was made smoothly from a flat boat. The cable protection pipes where used the whole distance because of the shallow lake, protecting the cable from anchors and fishing. Watch the video from the installation below.
Ikonett AB is a consulting company specialised in cable ducting. We like and recommend the overall concept that Snap Split Pipes™ is. We prescribe different sort of quality levels in our projects for our customers. Since Snap Split Pipe has a multibox and connectors
there’s no weak link in the chain. The one who mounts the cable protection finds it both
easy to assemble the split pipes and understand the design.
Using recycled plastic material in E.ON’s electricity grid is a natural consequence of our quest to reduce our environmental impact for future generations. So that is why E.ON is positive about using these products.
During a project within electrical distribution thru long and though passages an extra cable protection for the high voltage cable was needed. Our possibilities that matched the requirements where limited. Thanks to Greenpipe’s great personal engagement, competence and environmental awareness the chose of product was Snap Panzar.
Greenpipe are really easy to work with. The deliveries are always on time and their split pipes are appreciated by our customers.
Greenpipe of Sweden AB
SE-352 46 Vaxjo, Sweden
Telephone: +46 470 120 10
Corporate id no: 556694-6108
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