The Aquatherm Blue Pipe is a superior alternative to steel, stainless steel, and inferior plastics for most heating and cooling, compressed air, and industrial applications. Why? The Blue Pipe provides more longevity and ongoing performance, in both heating and cooling industry applications, without corroding or weakening over time. The Aqautherm Blue Pipe is able to make these bold claims because of its groundbreaking “faser-composite” technology which reduces linear expansion and contraction and improves impact resistance. Therefore, regardless of the application, the Aquatherm Blue Pipe system is less likely to wear out, lose efficiency, and/or deteriorate than other piping systems.
Why Choose Aquatherm Blue Pipe?
The Aquatherm Blue Pipe’s corrosion free, expansion controlled system design makes it an excellent choice for most heating and cooling, industrial, geothermal, and compressed air systems. These features allow Blue Pipe to provide a more durable and sustainable alternative to most other piping systems on the market. In fact, because Blue Pipe will never corrode or scale, systems that utilize the piping system typically outlast the buildings they’re in. Still not a believer? Take a look at these case studies from Aqautherm and see Blue Pipe in action.
Installing Aquatherm Blue Pipe
The Blue Pipe is relatively easy to install and joins together through a process of knows as “Heat Fusion.” The entire Blue Pipe system is made from a PP-R thermoplastic material that changes to a “melt” state when heat is applied. The resulting connections are leak free and should last the life of the pipe. The Blue Pipe system is also much lighter than metal piping which helps speed installation time. Take a look at this video of an install tech putting this amazing “heat fusion” process in action.
Clean drinking water is a necessity in life. The Aqautherm Green Pipe system is designed to keep drinking water and other water for food processing free of heavy metals and toxic chemicals that cause contamination. The Green Pipe accomplishes this by setting the standard for potable water systems around the world. Potable water, aka drinking water, must be must be free of chemicals and contaminants so that it is consumable for humans and other living things. However, some potable water piping allows trace amounts of chemicals to pull from pipe walls thus contaminating the water we drink. The Aquatherm Green Pipe system will never allow this to happen. How? Green Pipe is built of a polypropylene material that is hydrophobic, which means it will never corrode or leach into our drinking water.
Why Choose Aquatherm Green Pipe?
With food grade components, sanitation is key. The Aquatherm Green Pipe is a recyclable polypropylene-random (PP-R) system that is meant specifically for potable water applications and has been proven successful around the world for over 20 years. Because it comes in a variety of sizes, up to 18 inches in diameter, Green Pipe is an ideal choice for everyone from small restaurants and breweries to water mains and high rise buildings. Take a look at this case of study to see Green Pipe in action.
Installing Aquatherm Green Pipe
Installing the Green Pipe is fairly simple and extremely similar to installing Aquatherm’s Blue Pipe. Rather than bolts, clamps, and/or pipe fittings, the Green Pipe joins together through a process known as “Heat Fusion.” As mentioned earlier, Green Pipe is made from PP-R plastic which in addition to being hydrophobic, is also made of a thermoplastic material that changes to a “melt” when heat is applied. The resulting connections are leak, and contaminate free, and should last the life of the pipe.
Hydronic radiant heating and cooling systems control the climate of a structure by circulating warm or cool water through tubing underneath or within a room’s floor. These systems work in two ways. To heat, the system radiates heat up from the floor to warm the room and objects touching the floor. To cool, the pipes of the system absorb heat from the room and distribute it back into the floor to provide cooling benefits. The Aquatherm Black System offers a radiant heat and cooling solution that is ideal for use in offices, hospitals, hotels, apartments, and other commercial applications. In addition to providing comfort as a quiet, efficient radiant cooling and heating solution, the Aquatherm Black System saves times, energy, money over traditional forced air systems.
Why Choose the Aqautherm Black System?
The Aquatherm Black systems utilize a series of wall or ceiling panels to heat or cool a space using radiant energy. With this technology, the temperature of a room is easily controllable. An automatic change-over between hot or cold water allows occupants to control a room’s temperature to create a suitable environment. Additionally, chambers in the systems allow for different temperatures in different zones of a building to keep all occupants at their desired temperature. For contractors, the Aquatherm Black System is easy to install. The complete system is 24.45 mm thick which allows it to fit below the plaster layer or behind drywall. In addition, the system’s pipe grids are made from rectangular manifolds which allow them to easily be linked for an easy connection. The Aquatherm Black System is available on a limited application, as-approved basis in the United States. For information about this product and potential applications of it, please contact email@example.com.
From March 11th to the 15th, Jon Thomas, Dan Kelbaugh and Matt Hatmaker traveled to Frankfurt, Germany to participate in the ISH Trade Fair; the world’s leading trade fair for HVAC & Water.
ISH, the world’s leading trade fair for HVAC + Water, once again gave an impressive demonstration of its importance for German and international visitors and exhibitors. Achieving the climate targets is only possible by interconnecting systems and trades. With innumerable solutions, the global meeting place generated a plethora of fresh and future-oriented impulses.
Jon Thomas & Dan Kelbaugh with Philip Menke from Aquatherm Germany at the Aquatherm booth at ISH 03-11-2019
Connex-Banninger, manufacturer of -B- MaxiPro celebrates their 110th year with a huge banner at ISH 2019
Dan Kelbaugh & Matt Hatmaker posing during a plant tour at Rothenberger Germany. Like NH Yates, Rothenberger is celebrating their 70th in business during 2019.
Jon & Dan in front of the impressive Aquatherm booth & piping display at ISH in Frankfurt Germany. A Tech Session was held in the booth featuring the 3D modeling technology that was utilized to design the Aquatherm pre-fab piping components that will be made in Utah and shipped, ready to install, to Dominion Mechanical at the Capital One HQ building in Tyson’s Corner, VA this spring & summer.
Dan & Jon in the Reliance Worldwide Booth at ISH Trade Fair, Frankfurt Germany, showing off the recently released Streamlabs product along with Kevin Buckner, Senior VP (middle).
Dan & Matt outside building #4 of 12 at the ISH Trade Fair in Frankfurt Germany showing off the large Conex Banninger banner celebrating 110 years in business!