Hotel Hilton Kensington, London
Molecor will participate next 17th and 18th April in the 6th edition of Plastic Pipes in Infrastructure, event that will take place in the Hilton Kensington Hotel located in the English capital.
Molecor will participate in this international meeting along with hundreds of professionals that represent the different links in the value chain of the industry (from resin suppliers, pipes and fittings manufacturers up to the final users), both, to talk about the plastic pipes systems and their applications in different infrastructures, highlighting the pipes of large diameters, and to exchange opinions on the trend and changes that the industry is experiencing.
In this occasion, Darren Daly, Area Manager of United Kingdom and Ireland, will offer the conference “Innovation in the Plastic Pipe Industry: Big Diameters PVC Pipes” in the Session IV of the second day at 14:50 pm.
During his intervention he will not only present the Molecors’ innovative manufacturing system, which development was a complete revolution for the sector since its shows a new way of applying the Molecular Orientation process with spectacular results, visible and demonstrated by the long life expectancy of the TOM® pipes; but he will also present in detail the different developments and breakthroughs that the company has achieved along the years since its foundation in 2006. Among them, Mr. Daly will highlight the 3163 and 3180 M-OR-P Systems that made possible the manufacturing of the first DN630mm and DN800mm PVC-O pipes in the world.
Darren Daly will close his speech stating some of the successful cases that explain the Molecors’ current leader position in the sector, and presenting the latest development achieved and launched into the market this year; ecoFITTOM®, the first fittings manufactured in PVC-O in the world.
Plastic Pipes in infrastructure is presented one more year as a great business opportunity that the companies related to the plastic industry cannot let pass them by.
Come and learn about Molecors’ future projects first- hand!