Friday, September 24, 2010

Technical characteristics

Chemical properties

Pipes are resistant to various chemical solutions. If you need to use pipes for transporting liquids other than potable water, it is necessary to obtain a preliminary consultation with a specialist firm Everhot.

Saving forms

After bending pipe retains the desired shape, which facilitates and accelerates the assembly of fittings and further work with the pipe.

Resistance to wear

The inner layer of tubes made of high cross-linked polyethylene. It provides almost complete absence of wear, even at high velocity.


Thanks to the aluminum layer of the linear expansion coefficient is 0.025 mm / (IBSC) and, thus, comparable with the coefficient of linear expansion of copper and nearly eight times less than that of plastic pipes.


With an operating pressure of 10 bar (1 bar = 0,1 MPa) and operating temperature to 95 ° C period is not less than 50 years.

Toxicity and hygienic

PEX Pipe meets the stringent emission norms and hygiene and are 100% suitable for transporting drinking water.

Class fire

The multilayer PEX Pipe, consisting of two layers of cross-linked polyethylene and aluminum layer with a butt weld, according to DIN 4102, part 1, belongs to a class B2 (usually flammable constructions).


The pipe does not conduct electricity.

Oxygen Barrier

100-percent Oxygen Barrier thanks to the aluminum layer.
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