Reliability In Commercial and Institutional Plumbing

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What Is Life Cycle Assessment and How Do Pipes Play a Role?

November 29, 2017
When designing a sustainable building, topics such as energy efficiency and indoor air quality are often top of mind. But just as important is the consideration of resource efficiency and the sustainability of the components that make up the building—and the components that make up those components. Life cycle analysis provides a complete look at the environmental impacts of a product or system from raw material extraction through production, use, and, finally, end of life. Keep Reading »

Chemical Compatibility and Pipes: What You Need to Know

October 31, 2017
Corzan CPVC offers high-quality, reliable functionality backed by 60 years of science. But as with nearly any material, it’s important to keep in mind how its chemical makeup reacts and responds to other materials that touch it. Here’s what you need to know about chemical compatibility to ensure the pipes perform as intended. What Is Chemical Incompatibility? Corzan CPVC gets its strength from its molecular structure – it is a polymer made up of long, Keep Reading »

A Decade Later, CPVC Piping System Provides Reliability for W Hotel

October 30, 2017
In the mid-2000s, the project team for the new W Hotel in downtown Fort Lauderdale, Fla., decided to make a big change, switching the project’s piping system from copper to CPVC to help alleviate cost increases. It’s a move that, a decade later, continues to prove its value. Lower Cost, Proven Reliability The W Hotel and Residences, consisting of two 23-story towers atop three pedestals, faced significant delays during construction due to permitting and redesigns. Keep Reading »
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