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Industrial and residential buildings

Industrial and residential buildings

Whether for industrial applications, residential buildings or large building complexes: aquatherm offers a comprehensive range of pre-insulated pipework systems for a wide variety of applications. The aquatherm energy product family enables the transport of hot or cold liquids with very low energy loss. In residential construction, pre-insulated pipework is generally used for connection to local or district heating or cooling sources. In industrial applications, aquatherm energy is mainly used as a supply pipe. Whether for cooling applications with glycol or water or in the area of heating with a water-bearing pipe - corrosion is excluded thanks to the polypropylene material. This results in a high level of safety over the entire service life. Our aquatherm energy is characterised by flexible and fast installation, lower weight, better insulation values and more environmentally friendly production compared to steel.


The aquatherm energy half-shell solution makes the installation much easier, cheaper and faster. It consists of two PUR foam shells coated with a black, high-density and hard-wearing polyurea layer. The half-shells are mounted directly on 45 - 90 degree bends, as well as on T-pieces and straight joints. This creates a watertight and stable joint with very good insulating properties, which ensures a long service life.

For special solutions such as manifolds and other pipe constructions, aquatherm offers prefabrication of these items in its own workshop to save time on site.


  • No steel welding equipment required 
  • Fast laying which reduces installation costs  
  • Flexible installation thanks to polypropylene material
  • Low weight facilitates handling and installation 
  • Better insulation values of polypropylene in PP plastic compared to steel  
  • No corrosion: high level of safety over the entire service life  
  • More environmentally friendly production and good recycling possibilities compared to steel
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