Frequently asked questions.

Where are Greenpipe’s products produced?

Our factory is located in the south of Sweden, just outside of Växjö, where we have our head office.
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Which materials are Greenpipe’s products made of?

The products are produced from recycled plastic from discharged car bumpers in the automotive industry which has the exact qualities that we are looking for, UV- & cold resistance and shockproof. The material is PP-EPDM (Polypropylene and ethylene propylene diene monomer rubber).
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What is a split pipe?

A divisible pipe with the possibility to open and close the pipe around an existing application, most often a cable.
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Why is a divisible cable protection used?

To give the object, most often a cable, an extra mechanical protection against wear and damages and to prolong the lifetime of the cable.
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What is the difference between N450 and N750?

Quality of divisible pipes are in many areas decided by the international standard EN 61386-24 (Conduit systems for cable management – Part 24: Particular requirements – Conduit systems buried underground). Where N450 is a lower resistance to compression than N750, thus, pipes of N750 has a higher quality.
N represent Normal impact, whereas “L” would implicate low resistance to impact.
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What is the difference between SN4, SN8 and SN16?

In some areas the quality of a divisible cable protection pipe is decided by the international standard ISO 9969 which determine the ring stiffness (kN/m²) of thermoplastics pipes having a circular cross section. Depending on pipe quality the pipe is graded with a measurement indicating quality, e.g. SN4.
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