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Lindon, Utah-based Aquatherm is the North American distributor of German-made polypropylene pipe systems.

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Heat-Fused Polypropylene Pipe Chosen to Protect Lab’s Supercomputers
With a mission to strengthen U.S. security, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) in Livermore, Calif., is home to two of the world’s most powerful supercomputers. Though manufacturer requirements called for cooling-system piping to be stainless steel or copper, LLNL engineers wanted to avoid the introduction of welding fumes into the data-center environment.
University Selects PP-R Pipe for Retrofit of Chilled-Water System
Built in 1975, the Visual Arts Building had been the hub of cultural and intellectual life at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colo., for years. Within its industrial, art-strewn walls, however, was a dated mechanical system in need of updating.
Polypropylene Pipe Allays Fears About Water-Based Mission-Critical Cooling
Lifeline Data Centers of Indianapolis, builder and operator of commercial data centers, was planning the first phase of a new facility. It planned to use water-based cooling, but was concerned about the potential for pipe leakage. Seeing a demonstration of the heat-fusing of polypropylene-random pipe at Aquatherm’s booth during the 2009 International Air-Conditioning, Heating, Refrigerating Exposition in Chicago put those concerns to rest.
Polypropylene-Random Pipe Eliminates Electrolysis in Tennessee VA Hospital
ASI/Southern Mechanical Inc. introduced to the hospital staff polypropylene-random (PP-R) pipe manufactured by Aquatherm Inc. PP-R pipe, which is electrolysis-resistant, corrosion-proof, chemically inert, and durable, has been used in more than 70 countries for nearly four decades.
Expanded School's Potable-Water Needs Met With Polypropylene-Random Piping
To meet the needs of a growing under-18 population, Logan City School District in Logan, Utah, embarked on an expansion of Woodruff Elementary School
Polypropylene Piping Alternative Fits Nashville Hotel Installation to a Tee
During the fall of 2008, Jimmy Hughes, owner and president of Hughes Bro. Inc., was in the process of bidding a potable-water-piping job at a 65-room, four-story Comfort Suites hotel in Nashville, Tenn. With copper prices at an all-time high, he was looking for a more cost-effective alternative. It was at that time he learned of a solution that had been used successfully in other parts of the world for more than 30 years: Aquatherm Greenpipe. But it was not only Greenpipe's lower cost that caught Hughes' and the hotel owner's attention.


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