5 Resistant Features of Daiwa Color Pipe

The rise of sustainable agricultural greenhouses, essential for ensuring a steady food supply, has evolved significantly in recent years.

Daiwa Color Pipe, a sturdy winding shaft designed to support the agricultural greenhouse vinyl sheets with exceptional resistant features, perfectly align with this progressive aim.

This article will dig deeper into the 5 remarkable resistant features of Daiwa Color Pipe, highlight its capabilities, and provide a comprehensive understanding of this standout product from Daiwa Lance. 


What is Daiwa Color Pipe?

Daiwa Color Pipe is a steel pipe, available in galvanized or non-galvanized options, that undergoes a meticulous process of coating with polyester resin both inside and outside. Its distinctive white exterior, in a hollow cylindrical shape that can also be customized to a rectangular form, caters to the specific requirements of each customer. The emphasis on its white color not only adds to its aesthetic appeal but also aids in enhancing light penetration in vinyl greenhouses, leading to improved crop yields.

Originally designed as a winding shaft for the agricultural industry, Daiwa Color Pipe has proven to be versatile in various applications beyond greenhouse farming, such as framing for home design, coastal fences, or handrails for seaside structures.

Daiwa Color Pipe - Introduction

5 Resistant Features of Daiwa Color Pipe 

Daiwa Color Pipe is intentionally designed with 5 remarkable resistant features in response to the actual needs of the users as outlined below.

1. Corrosion Resistant

Fertilizers, pesticides, and other agricultural chemicals used in the greenhouse can be corrosive, particularly to metals. This is why the winding shafts used for agricultural greenhouse extremely put great importance on the corrosion resistance to corrosive factors. 

The most significant feature of Daiwa Color Pipe is that it is more than three times more corrosion-resistant than conventional products. The secret to this high corrosion resistance is the coating applied to both the inner and outer surfaces, made possible by our independently developed manufacturing process.

In other words, by applying a thick polyester coating to both sides of a standard galvanized steel pipe, an extremely high level of corrosion protection is achieved.

Daiwa Color Pipe - Connected

2. Weather Resistant

Countries such as the United States, Germany, Japan, and China are known for their extensive use of greenhouse systems. However, they are also the countries that most frequently experience rapid and unpredictable weather changes. Events like hailstorms, heavy snowfall, or typhoons are not unusual occurrences in these regions. These factors can disrupt harvests, leading to significant reductions in crop yields for farmers.

Therefore, it is crucial for greenhouse building materials to prioritize weather resistance, considering these challenges.

Daiwa Color Pipe stands out for its exceptional ability to withstand various weather conditions. Not only does it effectively wind up vinyl materials with low air permeability, but it also endures exposure to rain and dew, especially during the summer months when temperatures spike.

Color Pipe - Greenhouse-3

3. Moisture Resistant

Moisture from the soil can evaporate into the air, adding to the overall humidity within the greenhouse. Moisture can lead to degradation, weaken the pipe structure at joints or connection over time, increasing the risk of damages for surrounding structures, equipment, or crops in agricultural settings. 

The polyester resin applied as a coating or used in the manufacturing process of Daiwa Color Pipe can seal the surface of the pipe, helping to prevent moisture penetration as much as possible. 

This provides a durable protective layer that helps to extend the lifespan of the pipe, as well as reduce the likelihood of moisture-related damage over time, such as leaks, cracks, or structural failure. 

Daiwa Color Pipe - Sample 1

4. Water Resistant 

Within the agricultural greenhouse system, it is common to regularly water the plants to ensure their health and growth. With the frequent water usage in the pipes, there is a risk of potential water damage to the winding shafts, typically found in vertical or inclined shafts in underground mining or similar environments.

To address this issue and prevent water damage, farmers can consider using winding shafts that possess a strong water resistant feature like Daiwa Color Pipe to implement effective pipe insulation measures.

Daiwa Color Pipe - Sample 2 (Blur)

5. Rust Resistant

Rust often lead to significant operational disruptions and maintenance challenges in agricultural greenhouses.Thanks to the rust resistance of Daiwa Color Pipes, winding shafts can endure prolonged usage without the necessity for frequent pipe replacements, guaranteeing lasting durability and convenience for users.

Satisfied customers who have experienced the durability of Daiwa Color Pipe have also praised its impressive rust-resistant qualities. One customer shared, "I initially feared that winding shaft pipes would succumb to rust within a few years, but Daiwa Color Pipe's resilience has extended the replacement cycle significantly."

Daiwa Color Pipe - Sample 3


Here, we have provided a comprehensive overview of the outstanding features of Daiwa Color Pipe, emphasizing in detail the various scenarios that can occur with framing materials used in on-site agricultural greenhouses.

We invite you to experience our exceptional Daiwa Color Pipe, known for its durability, longevity, and ease of use, on the winding shafts of agricultural greenhouses and in other applications requiring superior anti-corrosion performance.

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