Heating & Cooling Systems
Since it’s a natural insulator and corrosion-free, Aquatherm PP-R and PP-RP (RCT) piping is ideal for heating and cooling systems in everything from commercial buildings to single-family residences.
Aquatherm’s PP-R and PP-RP (RCT) material is naturally insulative and corrosion-free, making it a perfect alternative to metal systems. And Aquatherm Blue Pipe comes with number of upgrades that let it outperform other plastics, such as the faser-composite layer and heat stabilization. Aquatherm pipes are safe to use in applications from -5°F to 200°F, based on pressure rating.
Aquatherm Blue Pipe
Aquatherm Blue Pipe is available in ½” to 24″ sizes and includes an option of flexible 100m coils for sizes 1″ and smaller. These lightweight, high-performing pipes meet the code requirements of the UMC and IMC and are in accordance with the CSA. They have been installed in everything from radiant in-floor systems to massive condenser lines.
Aquatherm Black System
For the next level of performance, Aquatherm Black System provides a grid-based radiant solution that can be used in walls or ceilings. Radiant panels deliver comfortable, energy efficient heating and cooling to the space, while using lower operating temperatures for easy integration with on-site energy.
Heating & Cooling Systems Case Studies
The New South Rises Again
A contractor’s first installation of Aquatherm brings 21st century pipe to a 1925 structure
EASE OF INSTALLATION AT COLLEGE MAKES EVERYONE A WINNER – ESPECIALLY THE CUSTOMER
The labor-saving aspects of Aquatherm Blue Pipe® allowed the contractor to finish the job ahead of schedule.
ATLANTA BREWERY SELECTS AQUATHERM FOR UNIQUE GLYCOL COOLING SYSTEM
Aquatherm's polypropylene-random (PP-R) pipes were chosen for the project due to its non-reactive nature and ability to operate in freezing temperatures.
UNIVERSITY OF UTAH PICKS AQUATHERM FOR INVENTIVE, SUSTAINABLE COOLING SYSTEM
Since Aquatherm pipe won’t corrode, scale, wear out, or clog, and hard water doesn’t affect the piping it was the perfect pipe for the job – and less expensive than copper.