aquatherm New Zealand
 
Greenpipe

Pipe system made of polypropylene
for potable water supply

Bluepipe

Pipe system made of polypropylene
for chilled, hot fluid and various industrial applications

Lilacpipe

Pipe system made of polypropylene
for reclaimed water

Redpipe

Pipe system made of polypropylene
for fire sprinkler systems

Flexi

Potable water and heating installations
for potable water, heating and underfloow heating connections

Blacksystem

For room climatisation made of polypropylene
for ceiling and wall

Orangesystem

Surface heating system
for residential, office and sports floor heating

Walraven

BIS Rapid Rail Fixing System
various rail profiles and an extensive range of accessories.

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Welcome to aquatherm New Zealand

Distribution Changes

After 14 years trading with an exclusive distribution agreement, aquatherm NZ Ltd and Plumbing World have collectively agreed that this arrangement will change as of 1st April 2014.  aquatherm NZ Ltd remain a major supplier to Plumbing World and branches will continue to service and stock our range of products going forward.

Plumbing World's central stocking warehouse in Auckland will no longer stock aquatherm products and aquatherm NZ Ltd Auckland will take over a traditional supplier responsibility of warehousing and supply.

All other aspects of aquatherm’s operation including tool hire service, staff support and training and CPD points programme remains unchanged.

aquatherm NZ Ltd are exploring other distribution channels over the ensuring months ahead.   If you have any enquiries regarding this matter please contact Milton Sands or Stephen Derig at aquatherm NZ Ltd.

 

Aquatherm at PDANZ Shows in your area

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The 2014 PDANZ Trade Shows have already kicked off in the South Island this month with your preferred plumbing supplier aquatherm NZ Ltd there to up-skill you and your colleagues whilst viewing the latest products and developments in the New Zealand plumbing industry.

PDANZ can offer 3 x Self Directed Learning CPD Points.  Each attendee will be recorded as having up-skilled for 3 hours and this is reported to PGDB for their verification purposes.

sdr 9 pipes_optThe next generation of aquatherm green pipes - SDR9 MF RP

Interest in the new generation SDR9 MF RP pipe has been extremely positive with both designers and installation teams.  The reductions of wall thickness and improved pressure ratings will continue the development in aquatherm’s hot water multi-layered pipes. 

We are anticipating the arrival of our new pipe in the middle of the year and will keep you informed of developments for the product’s release here in New Zealand.

Aquatherm’s new SDR 9 pipes have:

  • 14% higher flow rate at same velocity compared to faser SDR 7.4.
  • Increased pressure to SDR 7.4 MF.
  • identical expansion as aquatherm green pipe SDR 7.4 MF.
  • 16% lower weight than aquatherm green pipe SDR7.4 MF.
  • Full compatibility with all aquatherm green pipe fusiolen fittings.
  • Improved environmentally by using less material.

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What's New

Jennian Homes, Hobsonville

9 Feb 2014

Jennian Homes is proud to have completed 18 houses in the new development in Hobsonvile Point. Based on 167 hectares of Waitemata Harbour land with magnificent 270 degree coastal views, the community is a short 20 minute drive from the Auckland CBD offering respite from the hectic life of downtown Auckland and a place for residents to live, learn, work and play.

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New MIT Campus Manukau and Rail Link

3 Feb 2014

The new MIT Campus is underway at Manakau City. The project is unique in many ways as it is the first new railway line connection in Auckland since 1930 and first campus being built over a major transport interchange enabling easy access to education and supporting the participation in the tertiary education for the people of Manakau and the broader Auckland area.

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St Helens Homestead, Hanmer Springs

9 Feb 2014

The first aquatherm black underfloor radiant installation. Registered under the Historic Places Act 1980, and an original homestead established in 1858 on the Eastern Hanmer plain high country and built out of timber.

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