Blue Casing & Submersible Pipes

Nandi Gold & Nandi Well Casing & Well Screen Pipes: A unique product made from a special UPVC compound. Both the screen and casing pipes are available in diameter up to 250mm and can be used upto the depths of 1200 feet's.

Nandi well casing and well screen pipes are manufactured under strict supervision of technical experts to meet tough environmental conditions of Coastal areas. The pipes are resistant to mineral salts and ground chemicals ensuring a longer working life. In coastal area, pipes should be inserted up to total bore depth in loose soils. Standard well casing that has a compression resistance of 6.5 - 7.3 kg/cm2 will be used to depths up - to 450 feet

Nandi Blue Casing pipes are manufactured under the specification of  IS : 12818 - 1992/CML 6547076 Nandi Gold Casing pipes can be used with submersible pump and vertical shaft type pumps providing suitable clearance. Two wall thicknesses are offered in the Nandi Gold range. Owing to the increasing depths of wells it was found necessary to manufacture a heavy-duty range pipe for use at depths of 1200 feet. The pipe range has thicker wall section and high compression resistance.

The plant is equipped with German Twin-screw extruders capable of producing ribbed and casing from 40 - 250 mm ND. Stringent Quality Control tests are regularly conducted to ensure top quality products for use in bore wells.




Feature and Advantages
1) Are used for Bore / Tube wells.
2) Are easy for handling, Cheaper and flexible.
3) Are light weights, rust free and easy for installation. These pipes have an excellent record of performance in operational Bore / Tube well system.
4) Installation is easy due to special locking system.
5) The pipe is very competitive product with chemical, non-corrosive abrasion and biological resistance.
 Specific Gravity                                 : 1.40 – 1.45
 Vic at Softening Temperature          : >76oC
 Impact Strength: Compiles with IS  : 12818-1992
 Tensile Strength                                : Min 45 Mpa +/- 5