Our Pipe Products

Spiral weld pipe is manufactured by a method of helical formation of the pipe complete with synchronous internal and external electric fusion-welding of the seam. The spiral pipe, which is produced continually from HOT ROLLED COIL, is cut to a pre-determined length by an automatic flying cutter as the manufactured spiral pipe comes out of the welding line from the formation table on to the pay-off table. The spiral pipes produced are inspected and tested under strict quality control methods before they are accepted for further coating or delivery.The Spiral Pipe machine set up has a special feature in the movable coil jointing station which moves in tandem with the pipe forming speed for non-stop pipe forming and welding production.The coil jointing operation such as coil loading, de-coiling, front end cutting and jointing to the preceding coil are all carried out on this movable station.This has the obvious advantage of saving the stoppage time for coil jointing as in the case of conventional spiral pipe forming machine. The machine utilization time is improved whereby increasing the production output. The quality of the weld is also improved as the defect due to start-stop is reduced.Another feature is the fixed coil feed in section while the pipe pay-off table is resting on support rollers for adjusting or swiveling to different pipe forming helix angle. The advantage of this set up is the stability of the coil feeding which will also lead to more stable pipe forming and welding.

Oil and Gas Lines Pipes

With a strong technical competency in manufacturing API 5L large diameter steel pipes up to 25 mm thick, PPS holds a unique position in this Southeast Asia region. Long length pipe piles of some 100 meters can be achieved by welding together the standard pipes that are manufactured at PPS’ API pipe mill. PPS’ strategic alliance with international steel mills for its coil supply enables it to meet various projects that require steel materials.

Today, PPS specialists in these applications:

  • Foundation piles for jetties, ports, wharf’s, and marine harbors
  • Foundation piles for bridges
  • Onshore foundation and bore piles

Aside from onshore pipelines, PPS has also had supplied offshore conductor casings to Esso Production Malaysia Incorporation (EPMI) for the SELIGI C, E, and G as well as Angsi and Larut B projects.

  • Conductor Casing

Structural Pipes

With a strong technical competency in manufacturing API 5L large diameter steel pipes up to 25 mm thick, PPS holds a unique position in this Southeast Asia region. Long length pipe piles of some 100 meters can be achieved by welding together the standard pipes that are manufactured at PPS’ API pipe mill. PPS’ strategic alliance with international steel mills for its coil supply enables it to meet various projects that require steel materials.

Today, PPS specialists in these applications:

  • Foundation piles for jetties, ports, wharfs, and marine harbours
  • Foundation piles for bridges
  • Onshore foundation and bore piles
  • Oil and gas tanking foundation piles
  • Mooring piles and anchor dolphins
  • Combi-piles

PPS can also offer customised structural pipes for direct use such as:

  • Coated pipes
  • Pipes welded to length
  • Interlocking clutches for combined walls

Structural steel pipes have the following advantages:

  • Large load-bearing capacity piles can be driven deeply into hard bearing stratum resulting in a larger bearing capacity
  • Large lateral resistance
  • Good penetration
  • Safe joints for longer pile length (the availability of long length piles up to 80 m reduces cost of handling and joining at site)
  • Smaller net sectional area
  • Easy adjustment of pile length
  • Easy connection with the superstructure
  • Easy transportation and handling
  • Fast supply of uniform quality material in a large quantity
  • Saving on construction costs and time
  • Greater versatility compared with H piles
Special Application of Steel Pipe Piles

Pipe Pile Walls and Combined Walls

Steel pipe piles can be joined into continuous retaining walls by connecting them with weld-on interlocking sections or into combined walls (for example, conventional sheet piles as intermediate sections). Such pile walls and combined walls have enhanced resistance to vertical and horizontal loads as compared to conventional sheet pile sections. They can be used as quay walls, breakwaters, temporary cofferdams, retaining walls, bridge foundations and other civil engineering structures.

Steel Pipe Sheet Piles

A steel pipe sheet pile (SPSP) consists of a steel pipe and couplings welded on either side of the steel pipe. One SPSP is connected to the next one by interlocking their couplings and the interlocked couplings form a joint. The most commonly used joints in SPSPs are the P-P, P-T and L-T joints.