Blog - FT Pipeline Systems

PRS Built to Meet Exact Requirements

The gas division of FT Pipeline Systems was recently approached to build a new Pressure Reducing System for a critical industrial process. The customer had been struggling to manage with their existing equipment for around 12 months as it was unable to supply gas at the correct pressures and volumes. FTPS’ task was to design […]

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New Gas Flow Control Valve Features Zero Bleed Technology

We are delighted to announce the addition of the VRG flow control products to our portfolio of gas valves and, in particular, the world leading VRG gas control valve positioner featuring zero vent whilst stationary. In traditional systems a small amount of gas bleeds out due to the pressure of the gas opening and closing […]

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Offloading of Coated and Lined Steel Pipes at Docks

Having supplied many UK contractors and water authorities with hundreds of kilometres of our coated and lined steel pipes, FTPS understands how critical it is to oversee every step of the supply process. One key aspect involves offloading the pipes at the docks once they have arrived by sea on a dedicated vessel from our […]

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Over 100 km of our dual contained hose purchased by the UK market

In 2016 we were excited to launch a brand new product into the UK water treatment market. PF-Detect was the first ever dual contained chemical dosing hose which had built-in leak detection, doing away with the need for catchpots. The flexible hose featuring capillary action made it suitable for virtually every situation and application as […]

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Vacuum Lift Operations for Large Diameter Pipe

FT Pipeline Systems was chosen to supply 10km of large diameter pipework for a UK Water Authority as part of a major construction project designed to guarantee future supplies to a UK city. The pipework has been manufactured by our partner mill in two phases with phase one now on site and phase two due […]

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Auger bore, pipe in pipe

Auger Bore – Pipe in Pipe Solutions

FT Pipeline Systems has been involved in a number of pipe in pipe solutions in recent months across the UK with the help of our experienced supply chain partner, Lortub. The pipework, used for river, road and rail crossings, has been supplied as E Joint / socket so as to provide a welded system that […]

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Phosphorus removal

Effective Phosphorus Removal

The following article featured in the June 2019 issue of  Water Industry Journal following an interview with Roger Attisha of FT Pipeline Systems and Pete Bibby of Waveney about how best to meet the challenge of phosphorus removal. Phosphorus is essential to life, but like all good things too much can be a bad thing. Applied as […]

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High Pressure dosing lines

High Pressure Dual Contained Dosing Lines Offered a Cost Effective Solution

Our client, Leada Engineering, contacted us to help find a solution when a high pressure, WRAS approved, dual contained dosing line was required for a project they were working on with Yorkshire Water. Overview In developing a disinfection dosing solution at two borehole abstraction sites in Yorkshire, Leada Engineering found that the discharge mains were […]

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FT Pipeline Systems

Institute of Water – FT Pipelines Becomes Gold Sponsor for the Northern Area

FT Pipeline Systems is delighted to become a gold sponsor for the Northern Area of the Institute of Water At FT Pipeline Systems we pride ourselves on our high level of customer service and the attention to detail we offer our clients. Our areas of expertise include coated and lined steel water pipes, stop tap […]

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Scottish Water PAC dosing

PF-Detect meets the PAC dosing requirements for Scottish Water

Scottish Water has been involved in two design and build projects at the Daldowie and Dalmarnock Sewage Treatment Works. Both projects were aimed at reducing the impact of discharges to the River Clyde from the wastewater works. A new tertiary chemical dosing plant was required as part of the work. PF-Detect was introduced to Scottish […]

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