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

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 1
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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