Welding works on Slovak-Polish gas pipeline commenced

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Slovensko-poľský plynovod

More than 6,000 steel pipes with the length of 6-18 meters are needed for the construction of the 130-kilometer stretch of the Slovak part of the gas pipeline.

The construction of the Slovak-Polish gas pipeline entered the new stage. Welding works started this week, following the preparation of more than a 100-kilometer long site and delivery of steel pipes along the route. “The first weld joints were made in the cadaster of the village Chlmec in Humenne District,“ Pavol Kubik, a spokesman for Eustream, the natural gas carrier, informed the news agency SITA. More than 6,000 steel pipes with the length of 6-18 meters and a diameter of more than 1,000 mm are needed for the construction of the 130-kilometer stretch of the Slovak part of the gas pipeline. The average weight of one steel pipe is 7 tons and around 6,200 weld joints will be required along the entire route.

Full story in Slovak: Na slovensko-poľskom plynovode sú už prvé zvary

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