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Hangzhou Changpu Pipe Industry Co., Ltd.

Hangzhou Changpu Pipe Industry Co., Ltd. was established in 2010, which is a professional factory major in the production of polyethylene (PE) Butt fusion fittings, Socket fusion fittings, Electrofusion fittings, PE stop valves, PE /Steel transition fittings, repair clamp ETC . Company located in Xiaoshan District, Hangzhou city, Close to Shanghai, Ningbo and Yiwu port. Wholesale PPR Pipe Fitting Suppliers and Company in China. Benefit from premium quality, company achieved rapid development. Our distribution network through out China and many long-term cooperation relationship partners in overseas market such as Southeast Asia, Africa, Middle East, Europe, South America and so on.

The company processes complete detection methods by veteran QC team to ensure the quality from raw material to finished product. Our products pass the test from National Chemical Building Materials Testing Center,all performance indicators are in compliance with the GB 15558.2 / EN1555 standards. Also they certified by ECM and obtain CE certification.

We welcome domestic and foreign customers visit our company for guidance, exchanges and cooperation.

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How do PPR Pipe Fitting compare to other types of geothermal system fittings (e.g., brass or copper)?
PPR pipe fitting, like PP compression fittings, are another type of plastic fitting commonly used in geothermal systems. Let's compare PPR pipe fittings with brass and copper fittings typically used in such systems:
Material: PPR fittings are made of polypropylene, while brass fittings are made of an alloy of copper and zinc, and copper fittings are made of pure copper. PPR fittings offer excellent corrosion resistance and are suitable for the underground environment of geothermal systems. Brass and copper fittings also have good corrosion resistance but may not be as well-suited for underground applications due to their susceptibility to soil and chemical interactions.
Cost: PPR fittings are generally more cost-effective compared to brass and copper fittings. Brass and copper are metal alloys, making them more expensive than plastic materials like PPR.
Thermal Conductivity: Copper is an excellent conductor of heat, which can be an advantage in certain geothermal applications. It can help transfer heat efficiently in the system. PPR fittings have lower thermal conductivity compared to copper, but they are still suitable for most geothermal ground loop systems.
Ease of Installation: PPR fittings are lightweight and can be easily installed using heat fusion or threaded connections. Brass and copper fittings are heavier and may require additional tools and techniques like soldering or brazing for proper installation.
Corrosion Resistance: PPR fittings have excellent corrosion resistance, even in aggressive soil conditions. Copper fittings are corrosion-resistant as well, but brass fittings may be susceptible to corrosion over time, depending on the composition and environmental factors.
Pressure and Temperature Ratings: Copper fittings generally have higher pressure and temperature ratings compared to PPR fittings. This may be an important consideration for geothermal systems with higher operating pressures and temperatures.
Longevity: All three types of fittings can have long lifespans when properly installed and maintained. PPR fittings are known for their durability and resistance to environmental factors, while copper fittings are known for their reliability and long-term performance.
Environmental Impact: PPR fittings and copper fittings are both recyclable materials, contributing to their positive environmental impact. Brass fittings, however, may contain lead in certain compositions, which could pose environmental concerns.

What is the purpose of PPR Pipe Fitting in geothermal systems?
The purpose of PPR  pipe fittings in geothermal systems is to provide reliable and leak-free connections between PPR pipes, allowing for the efficient transfer of heat between the geothermal ground loop and the heat exchange system. Geothermal systems use the earth's constant temperature as a heat source in winter and a heat sink in summer to provide heating and cooling for residential, commercial, and industrial buildings.
PPR pipe fittings are used in geothermal systems for the following purposes:
Connecting Pipes: PPR fittings are used to join PPR pipes, creating a continuous and sealed pipeline for the circulation of the heat exchange fluid in the geothermal ground loop. These fittings provide secure connections, preventing any leakage that could compromise the system's efficiency.
Directional Changes: PPR fittings come in various types, such as elbows and tees, which allow for directional changes in the geothermal ground loop. These fittings help route the pipes through the ground to maximize the heat exchange with the earth.
System Customization: PPR fittings offer flexibility in designing and customizing geothermal ground loop configurations to suit the specific requirements of the building and site. Different fittings can be used to adapt to different layouts and space constraints.
Corrosion Resistance: PPR fittings are highly resistant to corrosion, ensuring their long-term performance and suitability for the underground environment in geothermal systems.
Thermal Stability: PPR fittings have good thermal stability and can withstand the temperature variations encountered in geothermal ground loop applications without compromising their integrity.
Lightweight: PPR fittings are lightweight, making them easy to handle and install. This can lead to reduced labor costs during the construction of the geothermal system.
Ease of Installation: PPR fittings can be quickly and easily installed using heat fusion or threaded connections, which simplifies the assembly of the geothermal ground loop.
Durability: PPR fittings are known for their durability, resistance to environmental factors, and long service life. They provide a reliable and low-maintenance solution for geothermal systems.