PPR coupling has an extensive range of fittings and pipes that are ideal for PPR plumbing. These fittings and pipes are available in PN10, PN16, PN20 and PN25 pressure ratings. These fittings have smooth inner surfaces, which do not impact the quality of liquids.
PPR and brass union can remain functional for over 50 years. This is due to its low friction coefficient, which significantly reduces the amount of pressure lost during fluid transport and distribution. Additionally, it is less expensive to use and has less environmental impact. These characteristics have led to a growing range of PPR piping applications, including industrial and residential piping. It also provides a high degree of protection against corrosion and abrasion, which is ideal for aggressive chemicals and water systems.