JRG Sanipex is the world's first plastic pipe-in-pipe drinking water installation system. For more than 40 years, the pioneering JRG Sanipex system has been continuously adapted to the needs of the market. The cone grip union technology guarantees safe, water pocket-free connection at full flow. The pipe-in-pipe technique allows the pipes to be laid directly in the concrete and for the PE-X pipes to be replaced in the protective pipes as required.
Connections in all dimensions are possible with simple tools. The JRG Sanipex cone grip connection is easy to release and reassemble; furthermore, the fittings can be used again.
The full pipe cross-section comes without water pockets and is therefore no breeding ground for Legionella and bacteria. JRG Sanipex also offers high resistance to corrosion and limescale.
JRG Sanipex’s versatile system with PE-X or multilayer pipes, versatile assembly and insertion aids enables flexible pipe installations for numerous applications.
Thanks to JRG Sanipex’s pipe-in-pipe system, the media-carrying pipe can be replaced without damaging the wall or floor. The easily detachable cone grip union technology supports this method.
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