Building technology competence: Whether drinking or cooling water, GF JRG has the solution. From connectors without dead space to valve controls, GF JRG ensures safety and performance.

When drinking water installations or cooling water systems need to function in a safe, clean and sterile manner, GF JRG has the solution. Founded in 1887 (and part of GF since 2008), the company bundles its expertise in building technology in the Georg Fischer world of fluidics with the Sanipex classic, Sanipex MT, iFIT and INSTAFLEX piping systems, connectors without dead space or flow-optimized fittings, as well as the Hycleen Automation System.

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Hycleen Automation System

The Hycleen Automation System conducts your potable water installation safely and conveniently from one central control unit. With the automated circulation control system, GF Piping Systems ensure flowing harmony in your installation. It allows for all system data to be logged, evaluated and displayed on a 10-inch touch screen. All system data can be conveniently monitored remotely; status information and unusual occurrences are reported via push messages.

JRG Sanipex MT

What makes JRG Sanipex MT unique? The multilayer pipes and fittings are produced in the two-layer injection moulding process combined with the ingenious flared clamp connection technology. Combined with many other benefits this makes the holistic system ideal for distribution, riser, and connection lines in single-family homes and large-scale projects for drinking water, heating, cooling, or compressed air.



What we do at the site

As a manufacturer of fittings for domestic water installations, we have our own foundry and state-of-the-art CNC-controlled casting and décolletage machines.

Administrative and technical planning operations (AVORs) support our production departments, control the technological and economic processes and ensure proper documentation.

Turning (Décolletage)


George Fischer Sales Ltd

Paradise Way

CV2 2ST Coventry


GF logo on the headquarters building