Its hard to imagine our lives, our modern world, with a leaky pipe, current taps, poor water quality, and sometimes turning off the water (as usually happens in summer), to replace the pipe. This is our reality. In this article I would like to touch on this theme – the theme of strong pipes and calm nerves. For more information see Mark Stevens. How to replace the pipe? Who to contact? What kind of pipes you choose? As far as they are durable and reliable? Will try to answer these and many related issues. Pipes are used in heating, water supply and sanitation. In modern houses in the main are: – copper – steel – plastic; Copper pipes, unlike steel and plastic more expensive, but steel and plastic are less durable and reliable, are overgrown with lime and rust. It would seem that there is no middle ground and can not, here would be to combine all dignity and to remove all deficiencies.
There are two types of pipes: – metal – polypropylene, I would like to elaborate on them. Metal pipes – it is one piece, laser-welded “Butt” or ultrasound “overlap” aluminum pipe, protected inside and outside the plastic layers. The inner protective layer makes the tube much smoother than metal. Therefore, rust and lime is difficult to “Catch” for plastic. So, the inner surface of the pipe for longer stays clean, less risk, which would flow. The outer plastic layer protects the pipe from outside influences and serves as an insulator from the metal condensation of moisture.