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Whether you are fitting out a new home or building, or renovating your old water pipes, knowing which piping systems to use can be confusing and overwhelming. You might be wondering which pipes are the most hygienic, safe and will provide the longest usage.
With the right systems in place, you can be assured that your water pipes are durable, safe and above all consistently provide clean water, even after having been away for long periods of time.
Our water pipes are entirely free of plasticizers and metals, meaning there is no risk of contamination or corrosion. Thanks to the smooth interior, you also don’t need to worry about buildups and microbiological growth. Provided they are correctly installed by a professional, they require comparably less to no maintenance.
Plastic pipes do not rust or corrode and they are incredibly resistant to heat and sub-zero conditions. This means that if you don’t use your water pipes for a period of time, there is practically no risk of deposit that could affect the color, taste and quality of your water.
Plastic piping doesn’t conduct heat well, and therefore better maintains the temperature of the water it carries, resulting in less heat loss. Although we highly recommend that you insulate all your pipes, plastic pipes are less prone to sweating even when not insulated.
Plastic pipes can be safely and quickly connected with each other or with metal pipes, without welding and without any risk of damaging chemical reactions. Provided they have been correctly installed by a professional, they have a long, leak-free service life with little to no necessary maintenance.
Plastic has a bad reputation these days. However, the use of plastic for plumbing installations in and around buildings can be very beneficial not just for the user, but also for the environment, especially when compared to other materials.
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