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Localita' Pian di Parata 16015,
Casella (GE),
Italy
T: +39 010 96211
F: +39 010 9621.209
E: info@fipnet.it

FIP - Formatura Iniezione Polimeri S.p.A.

Since 1954 FIP has been producing injection moulded valves and fittings in thermoplastic materials for pressure pipeline system thus becoming nowadays the largest European valves manufacturer and one of the key brands of Aliaxis Group.

FIP products are the result of over 60 years of experience as well as a strong quest for innovation: the company is constantly developing products featuring design, innovation, functionality, reliability and safety. The high quality of FIP products starts with the special attention paid to raw materials preparation and processing: 40 different thermoplastic resins are handled, while an automated multi-purpose plant enables the production of specific compounds of PVC and PP-H.

Thanks to the versatility of thermoplastics materials PVC-U, PVC-C, PP-H ,PVDF, PE, FIP offers proper solutions for chemical and process industry, desalination plants, water and waste-water treatment industry: fittings, manual or actuated valves but also a wide range of electronic instruments for the measurement and control of Flow, pH, ORP, Conductivity, Level, Pressure and Depth.

FIP supply also includes PP Mechanical compression joints for PE irrigation piping, PVC-U and PP clamp saddles, PE electrofusion fittings for water and gas, mechanical couplings in steel and cast iron for pipe connections in all materials and diameters and special production of valves in natural PP and ABS on customer request.

Find out more at www.fipnet.com


Selected References: Thermoplastic Valves and Fittings

  • Ptolemais, Greece 2018, 60,000 m³/d RO
  • Qurayyat, Oman 2017, 200,000 m³/d RO
  • Ras Abu Fontas, Al Wakra, Qatar 2017, 164,000 m³/d RO
  • Al Ghubrah, Oman 2016, 190,000 m³/d RO
  • Jubail IV, Saudi Arabia 2015, 100,000 m³/d RO
  • Fujairah, Saudi Arabia 2014, 137,000 m³/d RO
  • Sorek, Israel 2013, 624,000 m³/d RO
  • Tuas II, Singapore 2013, 318,500 m³/d RO
  • Carlsbad, U.S.A. 2013, 205,000 m³/d RO
  • Jamnagar Gujarat, India 2013, 168,000 m³/d MED
  • Episkopi, Cyprus 2013, 50,000 m³/d RO
  • Sierra Gorda, Chile 2013, 30,000 m³/d RO
  • Lanzarote V, Spain 2013, 24,000 m³/d RO
  • Majis Sohar Industrial Port Complex, Oman 2013, 16,000 m³/d RO
  • Mantoverde, Chile 2012, 35,000 m³/d RO
  • Los Cabos, Mexico 2011, 20,000 m³/d RO
  • Tenerife Island, Spain 2011, 10,000 m³/d RO
  • Hadera, Israel 2010, 456,000 m³/d RO
  • Beckton, U.K. 2010, 150,000 m³/d RO
  • Cap D'Jinet, Algeria 2010, 100,000 m³/d RO
  • Candelaria, Chile 2010, 30,000 m³/d RO
  • Ibiza, Spain 2010, 12,500 m³/d RO
  • Mostaganem, Algeria 2009, 200,000 m³/d RO (Reverse Osmosis)
  • Tenes, Algeria 2009, 200,000 m³/d RO (Reverse Osmosis)
  • Mostaganem, Algeria 2009, 200,000 m³/d RO (Reverse Osmosis)
  • Tenes, Algeria 2009, 200,000 m³/d RO (Reverse Osmosis)
  • Moncofar, Spain 2009, 27,000 m³/d RO (Reverse Osmosis)
  • Moncofar, Spain 2009, 27,000 m³/d RO (Reverse Osmosis)
  • Honaine, Algeria 2008, 200,000 m³/d RO (Reverse Osmosis)
  • Monaine, Algeria 2008, 200,000 m³/d RO (Reverse Osmosis)
  • Aguilas, Spain 2008, 180,000 m³/d RO (Reverse Osmosis)
  • Aguilas, Spain 2008, 180,000 m³/d RO (Reverse Osmosis)
  • Fouka, Algeria 2008, 120,000 m³/d RO (Reverse Osmosis)
  • Fouke, Algeria 2008, 120,000 m³/d RO (Reverse Osmosis)
  • Escombreras, Spain 2008, 72,000 m³/d RO (Reverse Osmosis)
  • Escombreras, Spain 2008, 72,000 m³/d RO (Reverse Osmosis)
  • Alicante II, Spain 2008, 65,000 m³/d RO
  • Alicante II, Spain 2008, 65,000 m³/d RO (Reverse Osmosis)
  • Mazarron, Spain 2007, 36,500 m³/d RO (Reverse Osmosis)
  • Mazarron, Spain 2007, 36,500 m³/d RO (Reverse Osmosis)
  • Beni Saf, Algeria 2006, 200,000 m³/d RO (Reverse Osmosis)
  • Beni Saf, Algeria 2006, 200,000 m³/d RO
  • Skikda, Algeria 2006, 100,000 m³/d RO (Reverse Osmosis)
  • Skikda, Algeria 2006, 100,000 m³/d RO
  • Ashkelon, Israel 2005, 330,000 m³/d RO (Reverse Osmosis)
  • Ashkelon, Israel 2005, 330,000 m³/d RO (Reverse Osmosis)
  • Palmachim, Israel 2005, 245,000 m³/d RO (Reverse Osmosis)
  • Palmachim, Israel 2005, 245,000 m³/d RO (Reverse Osmosis)
  • Ghalilah, United Arab Emirates 2004, 13,700 m³/d RO (Reverse Osmosis)
  • Ghalilah, United Arab Emirates 2004, 13,700 m³/d RO (Reverse Osmosis)
  • Bajo Almanzora, Spain 2003, 60,000 m³/d RO (Reverse Osmosis)
  • Delta De La Tordera, Spain 2003, 60,000 m³/d RO (Reverse Osmosis)
  • Bajo Almanzora, Spain 2003, 60,000 m³/d RO (Reverse Osmosis)
  • Dela De La Tordera, Spain 2002, 28,800 m³/d RO (Reverse Osmosis)
  • Delta de la Tordera, Spain 2002, 28,800 m³/d RO
  • Carboneras, Spain 2000, 120,000 m³/d RO (Reverse Osmosis)
  • Carboneras, Spain 2000, 120,000 m³/d RO (Reverse Osmosis)
  • Lanzarote IV, Spain 2000, 30,000 m³/d RO (Reverse Osmosis)
  • Lanzarote IV, Spain 2000, 30,000 m³/d RO

Selected References: Membrane Outlet Sampling 3 Way Ball Valves

  • Al Ghubrah, Oman 2016, 190,000 m³/d RO
  • Sierra Gorda, Chile 2013, 30,000 m³/d RO
  • Lanzarote V, Spain 2013, 24,000 m³/d RO
  • Tenerife Island, Spain 2011, 10,000 m³/d RO
  • Beckton, U.K. 2010, 150,000 m³/d RO
  • Candelaria, Chile 2010, 30,000 m³/d RO
  • Ibiza, Spain 2010, 12,500 m³/d RO
  • Alicante, Spain 2008, 65,000 m³/d RO (Reverse Osmosis)
  • Beni Saf, Algeria 2006, 200,000 m³/d RO (Reverse Osmosis)
  • Skikda, Algeria 2006, 100,000 m³/d RO (Reverse Osmosis)
  • Delta Te Da Tordera, Spain 2002, 28,800 m³/d RO (Reverse Osmosis)
  • Lanzarote IV, Spain 2000, 30,000 m³/d RO (Reverse Osmosis)

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