Why RAKtherm Ultimate Piping Solutions
Despite being used for plumbing for many years, metal pipes are fraught with problems. One of the main issues is corrosion. Over time, exposure to water and other elements can cause metal pipes to rust and deteriorate, which can lead to leaks and other plumbing problems. Maintaining metal pipes requires big pockets.
When it comes to efficient and effective plumbing, PPR (polypropylene random copolymer) pipes have become a popular alternative to metal pipes in recent years. In this blog, we will explore why RAKtherm PPR beats metal pipes in plumbing.
One of the biggest advantages of RAKtherm PPR pipes is their durability. Our pipes are made by combining short and long hydrocarbon chains resulting in higher resistance to external damage. These pipes are also highly resistant to impact, corrosion, and chemical damage, making them ideal for use in a wide range of plumbing applications. Metal pipes, on the other hand, are susceptible to corrosion over time, which can lead to leaks and other plumbing problems.
PPR pipes are highly versatile and can be used in a variety of plumbing applications. RAKtherm piping systems are designed to withstand temperatures of 0°C to 90°C, and short-term peak temperatures of up to 100°C with a service life of 50 years. They are available in a range of sizes and shapes and can be used in hot and cold-water systems.
Another advantage of RAKtherm PPR pipes is their affordability. They are generally cheaper than metal pipes, making them a popular choice for plumbing projects on a budget. Additionally, PPR pipes require less maintenance than metal pipes, which can reduce long-term costs associated with plumbing.
Therefore, if you are planning a plumbing project and looking for a reliable, cost-effective solution, RAKtherm PPR pipes are the ultimate alternative.