Pipes are an integral part of every building. They provide us with water to drink, to bathe in, and even to heat and cool our homes. Quality of life deteriorates quickly when pipes fail, and they can be both difficult and costly to repair or replace.
That's why we make pipes that don't fail, and we do it with the lowest environmental impact possible.
Our pipes and fittings are made from engineered PP-R, one of the longest lasting and most chemically inert piping materials in the world. Each part is designed from decades of expertise and manufactured to exacting international standards.
Our endless drive for improvement and innovation has made us the world leader in PP-R pressure piping systems for potable, hydronic, and greywater applications.
At aquatherm, and we do things differently
Where other companies choose piping materials that are cheap or easy to produce, we select the material that works best. Where others continue using old and ineffective joining methods, we pioneer new and better ways. Where some might say "That's good enough," we say, "Let's find a way to make it even better."
Not only do we provide high performance, long-lasting, and environmentally friendly pipes and fittings, we also have more efficient systems for potable water, radiant heating and cooling, heating and cooling distribution, industrial applications, water conservation and fire sprinkler systems.
We believe that the most sustainable products are also the ones that last the longest and have the lowest impact during operation.
Since 1973, we've learned a lot about piping systems and how to make them from PP-R.
We've focused our research and expertise on ways to make our pipes ideal for every installation.
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