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Increasing Efficiency and Reducing Cost With Polypropylene Pipe Systems Date: Tuesday, June 19th, 2012 Time: 2:00pm ET/ 11:00am PT Rust, corrosion, scale, and leaking pressure pipes cost building owners millions of dollars every year and present designers with potential liability issues. Relatively new to North America, but a preferred solution in markets around the world for nearly 40 years, highly engineered, rust-free polypropylene-random (PP-R) pipe can be used to solve a multitude of problems in HVAC, water distribution, district energy, and other applications.

Join this 60-minute Webinar to learn about:

  • PP-R’s resistance to rust, corrosion scaling, and other detriments to pipe longevity.
  • The peace of mind provided by the quick and simple heat-fusion connection process.
  • PP-R’s excellent flow rates and natural R-value.
  • Time- and money-saving design and installation techniques.
  • Limitations of PP-R.
  • The wide range of applications in which PP-R shines, including data centers, schools, and commercial, government, and military buildings.
  • Certificates of attendance will be provided to those who view the entire Webinar live.


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