Composite Fluid Transfer (CFT) was established to pursue a solution for the industries related to fluid transfer via piping systems.
Our goal is to penetrate existing markets with a superior alternative to both the leak free fluid transfer systems and the conventional, temporary fresh water transfer systems.
The initial goal of CFT was to create the largest inside diameter pipe with a working pressure rating of 250 psi while being light enough that a single 30’ joint could easily be carried by two people.
The result, Fiberflex-11. FiberFlex-11 is a cost-effective, lightweight pressure pipe produced in 30 ft. joints. Existing aluminum water transfer equipment can be used to transport FiberFlex-11 without the additional expense of extra trailers, tuggers and spooling equipment. The quick connect feature provides faster installations, eliminates leaks and saves you money.
Fossil and mineral resources: Composites expand
Posted on: 2/3/2014
Onshore: Fluid management. A finalist in three regions during the 2013 Oil & Gas Awards and Manufacturer of the Year (Western U.S. region), Composite Fluid Transfer well suited for the job.
Composite pipe developed for water transfer applications
Posted on: 5/21/2013
Texas-based Composite Fluid Transfer debuted a new quick-disconnect system for its thermoplastic composite reinforced pressure pipe.
New Plastics Product to be Built in Kilgore, Texas, on Synergy Business Park Property
Kilgore, Texas (PRWEB) November 08, 2012
Composite Fluid Transfer, LLC chooses property in KEDC Synergy Business Park in Kilgore, Texas, to manufacture a composite pipe they believe will revolutionize the water transfer industry.
Texas firm making lightweight HDPE pipe
By Michael Lauzon, Correspondent
Published: November 9, 2012 6:00 am ET
A new reinforced-plastic pipe producer is beginning operations in Kilgore.