MFGIL is a recognized manufacturer of Glass Fibre Reinforced Polyester (GRP) pipes on continuous mandrel process, which represents state of art in GRP pipe production technology. The unit also manufacturers Glass Reinforced Epoxy (GRE) pipes.
In the role of an EPC contractor we are involved in the laying, jointing, testing, and commissioning processes.
MFGIL-GRP is the first plant in South India to manufacture Glass Reinforced Polyester (GRP) pipes, with a considerably large diameter (up to 2600 mm) on CFW machine. This process allows the use of continuous glass fibre reinforcements in the circumferential direction. The production activities are carried out under controlled conditions with continuously advancing Mandrel process.
MFGIL can manufacture GRP pipes from a nominal diameter of 300 mm to 2600 mm, and fittings with different stiffness and pressure classes by complying with national and international standards.
MFGIL has an in-house pipe design, R&D department, and a complete test facility. The unit has a fully integrated facility of manufacturing and testing of GRP pipes, as per quality standards. MFGIL has a production capacity of about 300 km. per year.
MFGIL manufactures GRE pipes on helical filament winding process. It is the first plant in South India to manufacture API monogram GRE pipes with diameters ranging from 50 mm to 300 mm diameter. They are extensively used in oil & gas sector. In this process, filament is wound in a helix angle which gives more mechanical strength. The complete process is controlled through SCADA system.
MFGIL manufactures GRE pipes of different pressure classes while complying with national and international standards. The GRE pipes are manufactured on a fixed mandrel in lengths ranging from a minimum of 3 meters to a maximum of 9 meters. MFGIL has an in-house pipe design, R&D department, and a complete test facility.
MFGIL also houses a fully integrated facility for manufacturing and testing of GRE pipes as per quality standards. The GRE plant has a production capacity of 150 km. per year.