How Does PPR Pipe and Fittings Systems Behave Under Negative Degrees?

PPR pipes show glassy properties at 0 °C due to the material structure and the fragility of its raw material under these conditions. Thus if there is a possibility of pipes to face such conditions in the building during winter, then insulation should be used. Similarly, if it is to be used for some out-door installation, then adequate insulation should be provided. 


5 Common Misconceptions About PPR Pipes

PPR pipes, also known as polypropylene random copolymer pipes, have been gaining popularity as a reliable and efficient plumbing material for both residential and commercial properties. However, despite their growing popularity, there are still several misconceptions about PPR pipes that need to be addressed. In this article, we will take a closer look at five of the most common misconceptions about PPR pipes and why they are not true.


What is PPR (PPRC)? Where are PPR Pipes and Fittings Used?

PPR raw material has many advantages over other plastics. It has a long life, shows high resistance to pressure and temperature, is more flexible, has high sound and heat insulation, has high density and has a low melt flow rate. Our PPRC pipes and fittings are used in drinking water installations, hot water, radiator and underfloor heating systems and many industrial distribution systems with a long life.



The most important feature of PP-R (Polypropylene Random Copolymer) raw material is; its high resistance against heat and chemical effects.