Beetle Plastics fiberglass reinforced composite piping is particularly suited for the severe corrosive environments like the pulp and paper industry. Beetle Plastics is recognized as the standard of the fiberglass industry. We have been in the fiberglass business for over sixty years with our products being in every corner of the USA.

When working in severe corrosive environments typical with pulp and paper operations you need to:

  • Determine the correct resin for the application.
  • Have a system engineered correctly.
  • Maximize manufacture of spool “assemblies” in the shop by experienced ACMA certified technicians.
  • Choose the correct liner for the corrosive environment that you have.

Beetle Plastics fiberglass piping is ideally suited for extreme pulp and paper environments. A key in working in corrosive environments is the quality of joints during assembly. Beetle plastics has certified shop assembly personnel who have experience in performing quality joints. Our Certified ACMA fitters assure that the final spool is exactly as engineered. Our Quality Assurance trained program inspectors insure our product meets or exceed our customers expectations. Where field joints are required, Beetle is able to provide fitter training as required.

When you need fiberglass piping for your pulp and paper needs, call the company with the integrity and experience you appreciate and the ability to serve your needs right…the first time and every time.

Successful FRP applications can be found in many Pulp & Paper process and plant areas including:

  • Sodium Chlorate Salts
  • Hot Water
  • Sodium Chlorate
  • Methanol
  • Sulfuric Acid
  • Chlorine Dioxide 6-13 g/Pl
  • Black Liquor Removal
  • Caustic Lime
  • Sodium Sulfate
  • Final Brown Stock Removal
  • D0, D1 & D2 Extraction Stages
  • Delignification
  • Sodium Hydroxide
  • Caustic
  • Water Filtrate
  • Bleach Washer Vats
  • Bleached Pulp
  • Stock
  • Sulfurous Gases
  • Sulfite Mills
  • White Water Wash
  • Weak Wash
  • Scrubber Discharge
  • Lime Kilns
  • Recovery Boilers
  • Bleach Plant Effluent
  • Waster Treatment
  • Process & Cooling Water
  • Extracted Filtrate
  • Pulp Bleaching Retention
  • Chlorination