Why choose Anypipe

Much lower costs

Reduced weight

Similar to Metal

Time to market much shorter

Simpler logistics
Less tooling

Highly Flexible Designs

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An innovative tecnique

Projectile Injection Technology (PIT)

The need to produce pipes with good dimensional constancy and smooth internal surface has made the Projectile Injection Technology a valid alternative.
With this technology it is possible to produce in a single part a tube with bends and equipped with variously shaped attachment points.
A further advantage of the PIT technology is that the bullet is made out of the same material, actually it is co-moulded and it can be recycled together with the excess material from the centre of the tube..
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An experienced company

Techpol Srl

Techpol Srl has 40 years of experience in business and is a leading company in the design and injection moulding of thermoplastics to produce parts used in the automotive, electrotechnical, and fitness industries, to name a few.
Thanks to continued investments into innovation, R&D, and in enhancing the skills of our workforce, we have been able to implement a production process that has become increasingly technology-based and high precision.
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Automotive

Tubes developed for automotive application are especially common in Fluid Management. Here the PIT and GIT technology allow the designer to have several advantages:

  • Design freedom
  • Simpler parts with less components and easier management in the production line
  • Lower tooling costs
  • More robust design, Less joints = no leakage issues
  • Parts are made out of one single production process so much more stable quality. No welding, no assembly.
Tubes for automotive applications are typically made out of Techno-polymers with glass and mineral filling.
Typical application are in the fuel system and cooling management of conventional end electrical motors.
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More flexible, lightweight and cheaper products without any loss in terms of resistance