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ABOUT US :
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Memento Presented by Honourable
Sri N.Chandrababu Naidu
Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh,

To
Sri K.N.Agarwal,
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Salient features:

  • Light weight easy to handle, single length
  • Simple installation
  • Smooth internal surface saves energy
  • Tough, durable & strong
  • Superior weather resistant
  • Inert to chemicals
  • Flexible in nature available in coils
  • Premier HDPE pipes have a long life of 50 years when used for drinking water
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Quality:

  • At every stage, the pipes are manufactured under stringent quality control  system. A rigid vigilance is maintined to achieve highest quality and standards.
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Range:

  • Premier HDPE pipes are available in 20mm to 355mm in different pressure classes of 2.5kg/cm2 to 16kg/cm2
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Applications:

  • Ideal for urban and rural water supply
  • Suction pipes for jet pumps
  • Suction and delivery pipes for other pumpsets
  • Delivery pipes for submersible pumps
  • Borewell casing pipe
  • Sprinkler system
  • Drip irrigation
  • Bio gas distribution
  • Ideal for transportation of chemicals, radioactive waste etc
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Some achievements of Premier Plastic Industries:

  • Introduced HDPE pipes for rural water supply schemes on Turnkey basis in AP & Telangana in the year 1982.
  • Completed PWS schemes in two days in 1984 which was inaugurated by late Shri.N.T. Rama Rao the CM of AP
  • Replaced defective HDPE pipes supplied by other firms in CPWS scheme to 81 villages in Prakasham district under (NAP) Netherland Assisted Programme  in the year 1985
  •  Introduced HDPE pipe for the use in JET pumps, submersible pumps and compressor pumps replacing conventionally used other pipes in the year 1986
  • Executed CPWS schemes to Edurmondi islands in Krishna District in 1992
  • Executed Manjeera water supply scheme to pollution affected villages in Medak district in 1996