Watani also accepts custom-made products – call one of our Sales Engineers and discuss your requirement. The idea will be discussed with our technical staff and if it turns out to be feasible, a quotation will be prepared for submittal.
Once a confirmation is received from the customer,our Engineering Department will initiat e preparation of fabrication drawing. Then, all concerned sections of the Production and the QA/ QA/QC department is convened for a technical meeting to discuss methods of manufacture, mould design, inspection and test procedure, etc.
Product prototype is made for destructive tests when performance qualification is a must.
Otherwise, the first product is subjected to rigorous testing and if found to be successful the production goes ahead. If not, the design is modified until all required tests are achieved successfully.
Sometimes, customized products are turne-ddown by our Engineering Department if certain use contradicts sound engineering practices,existing international codes and standards or local codes does not allow the use of such product for a particul applic -ation or use.A good UL1316 example is the use of GRP for the storage of petroleum products for above ground application. UL1316 is standard covering the use of GRP tanks for underground installation. Also, NFPA 30, section 2,permits the use of GRP for underground installation only.
Following are some examples of customizable products:
|Tent-type Bus Stop Waiting Shed – custom-made to your required look..|
|GRP one-piece double-skin dome 6.0m dia. x 3.0m HThe double-skin
provid es better light diffus ion during hot season and interstitial space between skin provides air – cooling effect.
| Outer skin is about to
be fixed to the inner
skin. Outer skin is
finish,while inner skin
is smooth from the
Another important capability WATANI can give to its client is providing solutions to a number of problems on the worksite.
A specially made GRP coupler to be connected to the ductile iron pipe – simulating the site condition. The coupler was inserted to the D.I. pipe and pressurized to 16 bar for 24hours. Having this assurance, building-up the pipe spigot O.D. on site was undertaken shown on the photo above.
Above photo shows how stacking sequence was carefully and meticulously applied in-situ on the HOBAS pipe, the calibrated spigot O.D. was attained.
System has to be shut down to give way for cutting the HOBAS Pipe.