Recycled/reclaimed water piping system

Aquatherm Lilac is durable and has corrosion-resistant polypropylene material.

04/13/2012


Aquatherm Lilac, developed exclusively for applications such as toilet/drain water, rainwater collection, laundry/cleaning, irrigation, and similar uses, serves up a durable and corrosion-resistant polypropylene material that is extremely easy to design and install. However, this fully recyclable, environmentally friendly alternative to plastic and metal piping is also installed without the use of any toxic materials, glues and resins, or open flames. Like Aquatherm’s other systems, Aquatherm Lilac uses a simple heat fusion connection to create seamless connections that when properly executed last a lifetime, while eliminating worries about the cost (and theft) of copper and other metals. Lilac currently meets ASTM F2389 and CSA B137.11 standards.

www.aquathermpipe.com



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