REHAU is celebrating five years of manufacturing its pre-insulated PE-Xa pipe, RAUVITHERM, in the UK.
Designed for district heating, biomass, biogas and heat pump applications, the pipe is very flexible and keeps heat loss to a minimum. The pipe is also easy to install with the REHAU EVERLOC jointing system.
In addition, the piping is leak-rpoof and has WRAS approval for potable water applications. RAUVITHERM is available in UNO 25-160mm and DUO 25-63mm.
Steve Richmond, Head of Marketing & Technical at REHAU, said: “It was an easy decision for us to set up production of RAUVITHERM in our Blaneau factory five years ago. Having production in the UK meant that we would significantly reduce our carbon footprint and be able to respond quickly to customer demands.
“This has always been a priority for us as we want to run our business in the most sustainable way possible. We have since invested in tools for 140mm and 160mm RAUVITHERM production in 2016 which have proved popular already with customers.”
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