The industrial sector accounts for around 20% of today’s global water use, and 37% of global energy consumption. Reducing these footprints can help protect the world’s resources.

Our corrosion-resistant solutions support effective transportation and treatment of water, wastewater and chemicals in a variety of industries. They help lower emissions, reduce leaks, minimise heat loss and protect workers, ensuring more responsible and efficient operations.

Water treatment

Chemical processing

Swimming pools

Marine

Protecting industrial processes

Our industrial clients must adhere to rigorous standards and rely on our expertise in industrial water and wastewater treatment solutions to ensure compliance. Our UPVC, CPVC and OPVC pipes and fittings are built to handle industrial water and waste, including chemicals that are too corrosive for metal pipes. And our double containment systems – with two layers of pipes – offer extra protection against damage from leaks.

Water treatment

The pipework required for water and wastewater treatment is complex and varied. Our versatile products and solutions are designed to be installed with minimal disruption, so they can store and transport water and chemicals securely, at scale, minimising waste and maximising resources.

Illustration from India: New water solutions
Modular systems and subassemblies are a growing area of innovation. In India, we successfully introduced a modular water storage system, using square water tanks that can be easily assembled and expanded to give municipalities greater flexibility in water storage capacity.

Chemical processing

Safety comes first for companies transporting corrosive or hazardous chemicals, so quality and reliability are essential. Our industrial systems are cost-effective and built to last for a range of applications, from chemical process lines to abrasive slurries.

Illustration from EMEA: A unique solution for a unique museum
Abu Dhabi’s new natural history museum is a 35,000 square metre building that will include a fully-equipped research and teaching institution. Expected to open in 2025, the museum will use our highly-engineered Vulcathene system, the only British Board of Agreement (BBA) approved laboratory chemical drainage system on the market, to ensure that chemical substances used by the research laboratories can be safely transported.

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Marine

The saltwater environment of the marine and shipbuilding industry increases the danger of corrosion to metal pipes. And with a lot of movement from the sea, joints have to be flexible and robust. Our high-quality plastic pipework from our marine certified brands is the ideal choice for a variety of seafaring applications.

Illustration from EMEA: HQS Wellington relies on SuperFlo ABS to replace corroded metal pipework
Wellington Trust used SuperFlo ABS pipework when they needed a lightweight, easy to install, and durable solution to replace the corroded steel pipes on the HQS Wellington. Martin Brownjohn from MSJ Maintenance said: “SuperFlo ABS was ideal for this project both to aid the complex installation requirements and to meet the performance needs of the system once operational.” SuperFlo met the challenging installation requirements of the vessel, yet also the need for high impact resistance pipework, as it was installed on the outside of the embankment wall.

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Swimming pools

Our portfolio for swimming pools includes valves, pipes and instruments to maintain water circulation and handle the chemicals that keep pools clean and safe, all while managing water resources. Our products are already being used in water parks, spa developments, and even Olympic pools.

Illustration from EMEA: Taking part in world sporting events
The combination of our Italian brands, FIP and Lareter, means we can bring greater value to our customers as a single supplier. We’re working with some of the biggest names in this sector, on some of the most important pools, including those for the Rio 2016 Olympics; the FINA World Swimming Championships in Budapest, Hungary; the Tokyo 2021 Olympics; and the Paris 2024 Olympics.

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