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BSS/Corus to offer INSTALL+

Published:  01 December, 2009

LEICESTER: Customers of pipeline and heating solutions, BSS Industrial, will now have access to INSTALL+ from Corus – hot and cold finished conveyance tubes… 

suitable for a wide range of applications, including heating and ventilation, air conditioning, compressed air, fire defence, industrial conveyance including petrochemical, distribution and pressure applications.

Claimed to be the only product on the market which meets both the European Construction Products Directive (CPD) and European Pressure Equipment Directive (PED), the mechanical properties of the product are guaranteed by Corus Tubes over a wide temperature range.

INSTALL+ is dual certified to both BS EN 10255 and BS EN 10217-1. It is also certified as meeting the elevated temperature requirements specified within Table 5 of BS EN 10217-2, so that a single product can be successfully used for a range of applications at temperatures up to and including 260°C.

Andy Raine, category director for piping systems at BSS Industrial, said: "INSTALL+ provides a simple solution to the difficulty of meeting a number of complex legislative requirements.”

INSTALL+ tubing is available in a wide range of sizes and thicknesses with a choice of both surface and end finishes to suit the specific application.

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