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Glass-Basalt-Reinforced Plastic Pipes Market Research in Russia (Russian Version) Product Image

Glass-Basalt-Reinforced Plastic Pipes Market Research in Russia (Russian Version)

  • Published: September 2010
  • Region: Russia
  • 139 Pages
  • INFOMINE Research Group

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  • Amiantit, Flowtite, Ampox
  • JSC Safit (LLC Alpastar)
  • LLC SKB-4
  • Mashspetsstroy
  • Technology Ameron
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This study focuses on market analysis of glass-basalt-reinforced plastic pipes in Russia. The work consists of 9 chapters (139 pages) and the text is illustrated with 45 tables and 25 figures.

Chapters 1-2 briefly introduce the properties of glass-basalt-reinforced plastic pipes and demonstrate their basic competitive advantages compared with other types of pipes.

Information presented in Chapter 3 on resources provision (glass, basalt fibers and resins) for commodity production of glass-basalt-reinforced plastic pipes suggests that the industry in future will face constraints. The chapter provides an overview of technologies used in the production of plastic pipes - with an estimate of possible costs of their use.

Chapter 4 is the main part of the study. In addition to characteristics of the industry, the chapter provides detailed information on all major enterprise-producers. A strong focus is placed on the analysis of production and the definition of segments in which they operate.

In Chapters 5 and 6, detailed analysis of foreign trade operations in glass-basalt-reinforced plastic pipes is given, with data on dynamics of their import and export, the READ MORE >

Abstract

Introduction

1. Characterization of glass-basalt-reinforced plastic pipes
1.1. Classification of glass-basalt-reinforced plastic pipes
1.2. Glass-basalt-reinforced plastic pipes based on polyester resin binder (GRP)
1.3. Glass-basalt-reinforced plastic pipes based on epoxy resin binder (GRE)
1.4. Types of construction of pipe walls
1.5. Types of pipe joints

2. Basic properties of glass-basalt-reinforced plastic pipes
2.1. Competitiveness of glass-basalt-reinforced plastic pipes
2.1.1. Comparison with metal pipes
2.1.2. Comparison with pipes made of thermoplastic materials
2.1.3. Comparison with the pipes made of mineral materials
2.1.4. Comparison with cast-iron pipes
2.2. Glass-basalt-reinforced plastic pipes in Arctic conditions

3. Raw materials for production of glass-basalt-reinforced plastic pipes
3.1. Raw materials for manufacture of pipes
3.1.1. Fibers
3.1.2. Resins
3.2. Overview of technologies for the production of glass-basalt-reinforced plastic pipes
3.2.1. Technology "Ameron" (USA)
3.2.2. Technology Sarplast Group (Italy)
3.2.3. RPN Technology (Russia)
3.2.4. Technology "Composite-Oil (Russia)
3.2.5. Technology "Hobas (Germany)
3.2.6. Technology "Verok" (Flight), Norway (U.S.)
3.2.7. Technology "Parmaplast" (Russia)

4. Characteristics of key producers
4.1. Producers of glass-reinforced plastic pipes
4.1.1. LLC NPP "Plant of glass-reinforced plastic pipes"
4.1.2. LLC "Technologies of glass-reinforced plastic pipelines"
4.1.3. Company "New Pipe Technologie”
4.1.4. LLC "TruboprovodSpetsStroy"
4.1.5. JSC DPO "Plastic"
4.1.7. Other manufacturers
4.2. Production of glass-basalt-reinforced plastic pipes in 2006-2010
4.2.1. LLC "Plant of basalt pipes"
4.2.2. JSC "SanTechProm"

5. Foreign trade operations in glass-reinforced plastic pipes in 2004-2010
5.1. Imports of glass-reinforced plastic pipes
5.2. Characteristics of prices on imported pipes
5.2. Exports of glass-reinforced plastic pipes

6. Basic foreign manufacturers of glass-reinforced plastic pipes, represented in the Russian market
6.1. Amiantit, Flowtite, Ampox
6.2. Group of Companies Hobas AG (Switzerland) and Hobas Ingeneering GmbH (Austria)
6.3. Ameron International Corporation
6.4. Xinjiang Yongchang Sekisui Composites Co. Ltd.
6.5. Production of glass-reinforced plastic pipes in the CIS countries

7. Consumption and estimate of the market capacity of glass-basalt-reinforced plastic pipes in Russia in 2004-2010
7.1. Consumption of glass-basalt-reinforced plastic pipes
7.2. Consumption of glass-basalt-reinforced plastic pipes in oil and gas industry
7.3. Pipeline network of housing and communal services
7.4. Pipeline network of housing and communal services in Far Eastern Federal District (FEFD)

8. Domestic equipment for the production of glass-reinforced plastic pipes
8.1. Group of Companies Mashspetsstroy
8.2. LLC "SKB-4"
8.3. CJSC "Safit" (LLC "Alpastar”)

9. Forecast of production of glass-reinforced plastic pipes in 2008-2012
9.1. Forecast of production
9.2. Projects for the production of glass-basalt-reinforced plastic pipes

Annex 1. Characteristics of pipeline networks of the Sakha Republic (Yakutia)
Annex 2. Contact data of main players of market of glass-basalt-reinforced plastic pipes

List of Tables:
Table 1. List of persons who have assisted in the preparation of the report materials
Table 2. Pipe stiffness parameters in various standardization systems
Table 3. Types of the inner layer of pipes and their influence on the specifications
Table 4. Dependence of physical and mechanical properties on the type of winding
Table 5. Scope of application of glass-reinforced plastic pipes based on polyester resin binder
Table 6. Scope of application of glass-reinforced plastic pipes on epoxy binder
Table 7. Characteristics of single- and double-layer pipes
Table 8. Economic aspects of the use of metal and glass-reinforced plastic pipes
Table 9. Production of commodity continuous glass fiber in 2003-2009, t (excluding glass, addressed to the production of heat-insulating products)
Table 10. The chemical composition of basalt and glass
Table 11. Basic properties of glass and basalt fibers
Table 12. Dynamics of production of glass-basalt-reinforced plastic pipes in Russia in 2003-2010, km
Table 13. Characterization of glass-reinforced plastic pipes, manufactured by the main producers
Table 14. Mix of produced tubing and casing pipes and their characteristics
Table 15. Specifications of pipes PMTP
Table 16. Specifications of fiberglass rod
Table 17. Specifications of pipes, produced by LLC "NTT"
Table 18. Substances, which are not recommended for transportation through the pipes "NTT"
Table 14. Specifications of pipes of JSC DPO "Plastic" for trenchless laying
Table 20. Mix and prices on pipes, produced by JSC JV" Dagneftindustriya "
Table 21. Basic physical and mechanical properties of pipes, produced by JSC "JV" Dagneftindustriya"
Table 22. Assortment of glass-reinforced plastic pipes, manufactured by LLC "Armplast"
Table 23. Range and prices on products of LLC "ZBT"
Table 24. Glass-reinforced plastic pipes for hot water and heat supply and fittings for them, produced by JSC "SanTechProm"
Table 25. Basic suppliers of glass-reinforced plastic pipes in 2007-2009
Table 26. Dynamics of imports of glass-reinforced plastic pipes by countries in 2004-2009, t
Table 27. Basic importers of glass-reinforced plastic pipes in 2008-2009
Table 19. Dynamics and exports of glass-reinforced plastic pipes in 2004-2009, t
Table 29. Specifications of pipes "Flowtite"
Table 30. Characteristics of pipes of grade Bondstrand
Table 31. Characteristics of pipes of grade Centron
Table 32. Specifications
Table 33. Calculation of consumption of glass-basalt-reinforced plastic pipes in 2004-2010, km
Table 34. Comparative evaluation of production of glass-reinforced plastic pipes and pipes substitute for oil industry in 2007-2009, km, %
Table 35. Characteristics of pipeline networks for utilities in Russia as a whole and by Federal Districts of Russia in 2007-2009
Table 36. Characteristics of utilities pipeline networks in the Far Eastern Federal District 2007-2009, km, %
Table 37. Performance of lines LIS-400 and LIST-600
Table 38. Characteristics of winding machines of Group of Companies Mashspetsstroy
Table 39. Characteristics of polymerization chambers of Group of Companies Mashspetsstroy
Table 40. Technical characteristics of the basic models of machines of LLC "SKB-4"
Table 41. Equipment for the production of glass-reinforced plastic pipes, produced by division "Alpastar"
Table 42. List of main and auxiliary equipment required for production of glass-reinforced plastic pipes
Table 43. The characteristics of heat and steam networks of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) in the double pipe equivalent for 2007-2009, km
Table 44. Characteristics of street water supply network in the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) in the one pipe equivalent for 2007-2009, km
Table 45. Characteristics of one-pipe street sewer network in the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) for 2007-2009, km

List of Figures:
Figure 1. Dynamics of production of polyester resins in 2003-2009, t
Figure 2. Dynamics of production of epoxy resins in 2003-2009, t
Figure 3. Dynamics and production structure of glass-basalt-reinforced plastic pipes by end-uses in 2003-2010, km, %
Figure 4. Dynamics and production structure of glass-basalt-reinforced plastic pipes by type of reinforcing fibers in 2003-2010, km, %
Figure 5. An assessment of the production of glass-reinforced plastic pipes by LLC "ZST" in 2007-2009, km
Figure 6. Dynamics of production of glass-reinforced plastic pipes by LLC "TST" in 2007-2010, km
Figure 7. Dynamics of production of glass-reinforced plastic pipes of LLC "NTT" in 2008-2010, km
Figure 8. Dynamics of production of glass-reinforced plastic pipes by LLC "TSS" in 2003-2009, km
Figure 9. Dynamics of production of glass-reinforced plastic pipes in the JSC "DPO" Plastic" in 2005-2009, km
Figure 10. Dynamics of production of glass-reinforced plastic pipes by JSC "JV" Dagneftindustriya" in 2003-2010, t
Figure 11. Dynamics of production of glass-reinforced plastic pipes by CJSC "AMK-Vigas" in 2006-2010, km
Figure 12. Dynamics of production of basalt-plastic pipes in 2006-2010 in the LLC "Plant of basalt-plastic pipes", km
Figure 13. Dynamics of production of glass-basalt-reinforced plastic pipes in the JSC "SanTechProm" in 2007-2010, m
Figure 14. Dynamics of export-import operations in fiberglass pipes in 2001-2007, t
Figure 15. Dynamics of imports of glass-reinforced plastic pipes in 2004-2010, t, %
Figure 17. Regional structure of imports of composite pipes in 2008-2009
Figure 17. Dynamics of imports of glass-reinforced plastic pipes in 2004-2010 in terms of value (thousand $) and the average cost of 1 ton of pipes (thousand $ / t)
Figure 18. The average selling price of 1 t of glass-reinforced plastic pipes in 2008-2009, thousand $ (without VAT)
Figure 19. Dynamics of exports of glass-reinforced plastic pipes in 2004-2009, t
Figure 20. Dynamics of consumption of glass-basalt-reinforced plastic pipes in 2004-2010, km, %
Figure 21. Amounts of financial cost for the replacement and repair of utilities pipe networks in 2007-2009, mln rubles, km
Figure 22. The distribution of the length of pipeline networks in the housing in FEFD (2009)
Figure 23. Capacity of the Far Eastern market of glass-basalt-reinforced plastic pipes of large diameter (1200 mm) depending on the percentage of replacing of metal pipes with glass-basalt-reinforced plastic pipes (km)
Figure 24. Capacity of the Far Eastern market of glass-basalt-reinforced plastic pipes middle diameter (300-1000 mm) depending on the percentage of replacing of metal pipes with glass-basalt-reinforced plastic pipes (km)
Figure 25. Forecast of production of glass-basalt-reinforced plastic pipes up to 2015, km

- Technology Ameron
- Technology Sarplast Group
- RPN Technology
- Technology Composite-Oil
- Technology Hobas
- Technology Verok
- Technology Parmaplast
- LLC TruboprovodSpetsStroy
- JSC DPO Plastic
- JSC SanTechProm
- Amiantit, Flowtite, Ampox
- Hobas AG and Hobas Ingeneering GmbH
- Ameron International Corporation
- Xinjiang Yongchang Sekisui Composites Co. Ltd.
- Mashspetsstroy
- LLC SKB-4
- JSC Safit (LLC Alpastar)

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