Founded in 1999, the PE100+ Association is an industry organisation of several polyethylene (PE) manufacturers whose objective is to promote consistent quality at the highest level in the production and the use of polyethylene for PE100 pipes. By monitoring the most critical properties of enhanced requirements, the PE100+ Association is able to issue a "PE100+ Quality Materials list" on a regular basis. Members of the association are: Borealis; Borouge; Ineos; IRPC; LyondellBasell; Prime Polymer; SABIC; SCG Chemicals; Sinopec; Tasnee.PE100+ Association
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10 Jan 2017
Apeldoorn, January 10, 2017 - An online guide that will help civil engineers identify the most suitable trenchless methods for installing ‘PE100’ high density polyethylene (HDPE) pressure pipe has been launched by the PE100+ Association. The association, whose aim is to promote a consistent and high level quality in production and use of polyethylene for PE100 pipes, is made up of HDPE producers from around the world.
24 Mar 2006
At the annual PE100+ Association member meeting on February 28, 2006 in Brussels, pipe business management of the seven member companies praised the achievements of the association in year 2005 and the image it has reached. The future direction of "Creating trust in high quality polyethylene (PE) pipes" was presented and well received by the members. "The industry appreciates the technical and promotion work of the PE100+ Association, which aims to create trust in high quality PE pipes - globally and in close co-operation with other associations" said Robin Bresser, the President of the PE100+ Association.
16 Mar 2005
At the annual Member meeting on February 22nd 2005, the PE100+ Association elected Robin Bresser, Borealis Pipe Marketing Manager, as its new President. André Scheelen from BP, the previous President, decided not to stay in the Board of the Association but will keep an active role in the Member meeting. The member companies appreciated Andre Scheelen for his great contribution and leadership in the development of the Association since its foundation in 1999. The newly elected Board members are as follows:
15 Jul 2002
At the 15th of July 2002, the PE100+ Association publishes the updated “PE100+ Association’s Positive List of Materials”. In total, twelve PE 100 products from five member companies met the PE100+ requirements and, as a consequence, are published on that list.