Kiwa proud sponsor of plastic pipes conference PPXX
From 6 to 8 September 2021, the International Plastic Pipes Conference and Exhibition will be held in the Amsterdam Hotel Okura. PPXX is the world's largest event about new developments in plastic pipes market. As a leading testing and certification body in the field of plastic pipes Kiwa is closely involved in the conference, both as a sponsor and as an testing and certifying authority.
The International Plastic Pipes Conference and Exhibition focuses on key developments within the plastic pipe market, including innovations that will transform technology and global industry. During PPXX 2021, all major players in the plastic piping industry will be present, from raw materials suppliers to pipe manufacturers and from machine manufacturers to utility organisations. The conference is therefore the perfect place to network and gain the latest knowledge.
Three new papers
The latter is fully possible at the Kiwa exhibition stand during PPXX 2021. Kiwa is not only present as a sponsor, but also makes a contribution to the conference program. For example, Kiwa will present three technical papers during PPXX 2021: on the use of reinforced thermoplastic pipes for the transport of hydrogen, on the development of suitable tests for slow crack growth in PE pipes and on the search for non-destructive testing methods for PVC pipes.
With an origin in the testing and certification of drinking water products, Kiwa has built up a wealth of expertise in the field of plastic pipes over the years. As an authority in the field of plastic pipes, we are still developing new testing methods. We also test whether plastic pipes meet the high requirements for use in networks for water, natural gas and hydrogen. We have been sharing the knowledge gained in this way for years during conferences at home and abroad.
Visit the Kiwa booth during PPXX 2021
Curious about the latest developments in the testing and certification of plastic pipes? We are happy to tell you more during PPXX 2021 at our stand (stand number 8).