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In a sense, data centres are the brain and backbone of our modern technology infrastructure - and just like the human brain, data centres consume significant amounts of energy.

Data centres enable companies and organisations to store, process and distribute immense amounts of data - and they also must be fail-safe. This goes hand in hand with high energy consumption, resulting often to a correspondingly large carbon footprint. However, aquatherm's solutions can help reduce the environmental impact of data centres.

Undoubtedly, one of the key advantages of using polypropylene piping materials is their sustainability: the thermoplastic, durable and recyclable material has a smaller carbon footprint than steel piping - without sacrificing quality, reliability or durability. What's more, the corrosion-free material significantly reduces the risk of leaks and associated damage or data loss.


Impressive customer projects in the data centre sector

With a selection of our customer projects, we would like to show you how diverse the application possibilities of aquatherm solutions are in data centres.

Novva Data Centre


Salt Lake City, USA Challenge: Cooling processes in data centres can consume 11 to 18 million litres of water per day. 30 to 40 % of the water used in this process is lost. Therefore, a loss-free cooling system was to be implemented in the Novva data centre in Salt Lake City.

The waste heat from the data centre's servers was converted for cooling with the help of a heat exchanger. The closed system filled with a liquid medium, therefore requires no additional water. The entire piping of this efficient and sustainable cooling process was carried out with aquatherm products.




  • Resistant to chemicals
  • High corrosion resistance
  • High pressure resistance
  • Thinner insulation in comparison to metallic pipes
  • High temperature resistance
  • Lighter than metallic materials

The case study


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