First PPXX abstract book published

14/02/2023
PVC pipe conference to link innovation with sustainability
22/08/2022
Molecor major sponsor for PPXXI
13/03/2023
PVC pipe conference to link innovation with sustainability
22/08/2022
Molecor major sponsor for PPXXI
13/03/2023

Plastic Pipes XXI in Buena Vista, Florida, USA, is going to be another very exciting event for the global PVC pipe value chain. The first preliminary abstract book for PPXXI has just been published, and so far a significant number of PVC-related papers have been accepted for oral presentations:

 
ID129
How an Industry Lead PVC Plastic Pipes Recycling Scheme Can Change Perceptions, Educate, and Provide Valuable Insights for a More Sustainable Solution
Cindy Bray – Plastics Industry Pipe Association of Australia Limited, North Lakes, Australia
 
ID132
PVC-U Pipes: Optimal Extrusion Conditions for a 100+ Year Design Lifetime
Joaquin Lahoz – Centro de Ensayos, Innovación y Servicios, Móstoles (Madrid), Spain
 
ID133
Critical Quality Control of Post Consumer Recycled PVC
Shane Harton – C.W. Brabender Instruments, Inc., South Hackensack, United States of America
 
ID139
Results of a 2022 Comprehensive Study of Water Main Performance in the USA and Canada
Steven L. Barfuss – Utah Water Research Laboratory, United States of America
 
ID156
“IF” (Interference) – screw technology
Rainer Vießmann - Hans Weber Maschinenfabrik, Kronach, Germany
 
ID158
Microplastics and Plastic Pipes
Peter Sejersen & Lud Debever – TEPPFA aisbl, Brussels, Belgium
 
ID159
Simulation Driven Optimization of Spigot Bevels
Guido Quesada – Simulation Driven Engineering SRL, Santa Ana, San José, Costa Rica
 
ID175
Lifecycle Cost Benefits of PVC-U Pipes in Europe
Alessandro Marangoni – Althesys Strategic Consultants, Milano, Italy
 
ID177
New Cradle-to-Gate Data for the Production of Fossil PVC in Europe
Vincent W. Stone – European Council of Vinyl Manufacturers, Brussels, Belgium
 
ID187
Fracture Mechanics as a Tool for the Assessment of the Degree of Gelation of U-PVC Pipes
Antonio Rodolfo Jr. – Braskem S/A, Brazil
 
ID199
Thermoforming Process for Sockets Integrated With Rieber System in Molecularly Oriented Polyvinyl Chloride (PVCO) Pipes for Pressurized Water Distribution
Orlando Martinez & Giorgio Tabanelli – SICA S.p.A., Cotignola, Italy
 
ID241
The Brazilian PVC Pipe Association Quality Assurance Program: 30+ Years of Success
Luciana Oriqui & Mauro Adamo Seabra – Associação Brasileira dos Fabricantes de Materiais para Saneamento – ASFAMAS-PVC, Brazil
Antonio Rodolfo Jr. – Braskem S/A, Brazil
 
ID243
Selection and Evaluation of Organotin Stabilizer Chemistries for PVC and CPVC Pipe and Fitting Systems
Bob Smith – PMC Organometallix, United States of America
 
ID252
How PVC Pipes Can Contribute to Food Safety in the World’s Mega-Cities
Tobias Johnsen & Ole Grøndahl Hansen – PVC Information Council Denmark
Marianne Mikkelsen – Garden to Connect, Denmark
 
ID258
PVC-O DN1200 (48”): The Most Sustainable Solution for Transporting Water Under Pressure Up to 25 Bar (305 PSI) of Pressure
Ignacio Muñoz – Molecor, Spain
 
ID260
Application for Geolocating Water Networks
Dolores Herran – Molecor, Spain
 

PVC papers for poster presentations

 
ID178
VinylPlus 2030 Commitments for PVC Pipes
Vincent W. Stone – VinylPlus, Brussels, Belgium
 
ID192
Meeting the European Nordic Quality Requirements for PVC Pipes with Recycled Material
Tobias Johnsen – WUPPI A/S, Denmark
 
ID198
Hydraulic Roughness Coefficient Testing of PVC Pipe
Steven L. Barfuss – Utah State University, United States of America