Uponor North America announced Nov. 2 a national distribution agreement with Winsupply to stock Uponor PP-RCT piping, fittings, and accessories at select Winsupply local companies and two distribution centers across the U.S.
The online manual covers best practices for the installation of Aquatherm products
March 4, 2019
Aquatherm in 2018 published an updated version of its North America Installer Manual, and now offers the updated version online in Spanish. The Aquatherm Installer Manual covers best practices, safety, and planning for the proper installation of Aquatherm polypropylene piping systems.
Hotel Uses Aquatherm Pipe on Separate Projects Spanning Six Years
March 23, 2015
A large hotel replaces a lot of mechanical equipment over the course of its lifetime. The Embassy Suites - Nashville Airport chose Aquatherm pipe for a major chilled water renovation in 2008 and selected it again in 2013/2014 for a hydronic heating and subsequent domestic hot water renovation.
New Distribution Agreement Complements Opening of Ontario, Canada Warehouse Facility in May
December 1, 2014
Aquatherm North America announced that N.H. Yates will serve as the polypropylene pipe company’s primary warehouse for the East Coast. An existing N.H. Yates warehouse located in in Pottstown, Pennsylvania, will stock and distribute Aquatherm pipe and parts throughout the eastern United States.
Polypropylene-Random Piping Provides Advantages for Brewing Operation
September 9, 2013
EPIC Brewing Co. has been continually expanding and improving its production facility/retail outlet with an eye to the future. When head brewer Kevin Crompton was first introduced to Aquatherm’s polypropylene-random (PP-R) pipe systems he knew he was onto something.
Aquatherm has announced that company president Steve Clark, P.E., P.Eng., 55, and his wife Susan, of Provo, Utah, were killed in a motor vehicle accident near St. George, Utah, early on the morning of May 24.
School District Leverages Grant Money to Upgrade Heating System
April 8, 2013
The Park Orchard Elementary retrofit included replacing classroom heating systems. The Kent School District was awarded a $1 million-plus grant from the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction for project design enhancements including the installation of a ground-source heat pump system.