Pipe-in-pipe conduit is colour coded

Published:  09 October, 2004

Hepworth
Is it hot or is it cold? Colour-coded conduits from Hepworth Plumbing Products give the answer.

Hep2O pipe-in-pipe systems are now offered with colour-coded outer conduits to indicate whether the enclosed pipes are carrying hot (red) or cold (blue) water.

These new systems from Hepworth Plumbing Products are available for 10 and 20 mm-diameter barrier pipe. The straight-coiled technology enables pipe to be supplied as coils but remain straight when unrolled. The new systems are available in 25 and 50 m coils.

Hep2O pipe-in-pipe systems save time when pipes are embedded in concrete screeds, assist in complying with regulations and enable pipes to withdrawn if required.



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