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AQUASYSTEM AQUASYSTEM is a polypropylene-random piping system which is lightweight, cost-effective and corrosion-free.


AQUASYSTEM is a perfect solution for commercial buildings, used for the riser and distribution runs for space heating, domestic hot water, mains cold water and chilled water services.


AQUASYSTEM pipe is always white in colour but contains a green middle layer of PP-R reinforced with fibreglass, which reduces material expansion in heated water applications.


Materials: Polypropylene-random pipe and fittings Dimension range: d20 – d160


Jointing technology: Electrofusion, socket fusion, butt fusion with transition options to traditional systems available Operating pressure: Up to 20 bar Operating temperature: 0°C to +90°C


Applications


Unlike our INSTAFLEX range, AQUASYSTEM is a rigid piping solution, perfect for risers and run-outs in a range of applications.


> Heating systems > Domestic hot water > Mains and boosted cold water services > Chilled water


Suitable applications:


> School > Hospitals > Hotels > Accommodation blocks > Office blocks


Technical information Size range: d20 - d160mm Pressure: PN20 @ 20°C Temperature range: 0°C to 90°C Thermal Conductivity@ 20°C: 0.24W/m°C Expansion/ Contraction: 0.035mm/m°C Approvals: WRAS


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