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Potable Water Systems

Potable water systems are an important part of buildings and our everyday lives. Our systems are designed to be non-leaching, chemically pure, and highly resistant to corrosion.

PP-R is an ideal material for potable water because it doesn’t affect the water it carries. The heat fusion connections keep the system free of hazardous chemicals. And Green Pipe’s distinct coloring blocks sunlight from passing through the pipe wall and promoting biofilm formation, ensuring that drinking water is kept pure from the source to the destination. When using PP-R in a domestic hot water recirculating system, please refer to our technical bulletin before installing.

Aquatherm Green Pipe

Aquatherm Green Pipe is available from ½” to 18″ in diameter and can be used for both hot and cold potable systems. Green Pipe is approved for potable water under the UPC, IPC, IRC and in accordance with the CSA. It has been deployed in hospitals, hotels, office buildings, homes, and numerous other projects across North America.

Potable Water Systems Case Studies

ALASKA PRISON EMPLOYS AQUATHERM PRESSURE PIPE IN SEVERAL KEY SYSTEMS, INCLUDING WASTEWATER

Green Pipe and Blue Pipe were specified to meet all the above-listed applications at the prison, providing a much lighter weight, noncorrosive alternative, while also being a more environmentally friendly option.

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NONTRADITIONAL PIPING OPTION SHINES IN HIGH SCHOOL RENOVATION

Aquatherm’s polypropylene-random (PP-R) pipe provided cost savings along with a reliable solution for the potable piping.

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FOLLOWING THE GREEN GAME PLAN

Aquatherm’s pressure piping was part of a system designed to deliver annual estimated energy savings of roughly $2,500.

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CUTTING-EDGE WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT USES PP-R PIPE SYSTEM FOR VAST MAJORITY OF ITS PIPING NEEDS

Plant designers selected Aquatherm pipe to transport various materials including CIP (Clean-in-place), vent, effluent, and exhaust lines.

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