Agriculture, Oriplast’s bathroom faucet products are popular in the Indian market

Published: updated on – 18:16, Mon – 13 Jun 22

Hyderabad: Oriplast is a well-known company in India for manufacturing PVC and PE pipes. Let us tell you that this company has been working since 1965. Recently, during an interaction with the media, the director of the company, HV Agarwal, said that modern products of agriculture and bathroom equipment had been launched by his company, which are getting a very good response in the market.

In states like Punjab, West Bengal, Rajasthan, Orissa, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh, sales of Oriplast products have increased significantly. During the conversation, Oriplast officials said that during the Covid-19 pandemic, there was a lot of health awareness among the people, so the company made better efforts to keep the clean and spotless washrooms by upgrading sanitary and bathroom products. As before, heavy drapes were used in the bathroom and now they have been replaced by sliding windows.

Most of India’s land area is agricultural, which is why the company has included innovative products in the agricultural sector as well. Boreholes or tube wells are one of the main sources of drinking groundwater for everyone. These pipes are used for the construction of tube wells and boreholes according to IS 12818 as well as for lowering pumps inside to draw water from underground. UPVC pipes have successfully and efficiently replaced traditional piping materials by being more flexible, non-corrosive and economical.

Oriplast’s current products in the agricultural sector are much stronger and more flexible than before. For this reason, it is useful for a long time. Almost all agricultural products are very light, which greatly reduces the cost and labor of transporting them. Due to the smooth inner surface, thus discouraging bacterial activity and therefore clean.


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