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isocu

isocu is perfect for branch lines in district heating systems with high requirements to temperature and pressure.

isocu

Pre-insulated isocu is a flexible and corrosion-free pipe. The carrier pipe is protected against oxygen and vapour diffusion. isocu consists of a copper carrier pipe and a PE-LLD jacket pipe, which are bonded together into a firm unit by flexible polyurethane insulation.

isocu is a cold drawn, seamless annealed copper pipe in accordance with EN1057.

The flexible insulation and PE-LLD jacket pipe provide maximum flexibility, while the multi-layer pipe is dimensionally stable during installation. The pipe is therefore easily adaptable during installation of branch lines, making installation fast and efficient.

Integrated aluminium diffusion barrier between jacket pipe and polyurethane foam ensures optimal insulation and low heat loss throughout the service life of the system with lambda values 0.0225 W/m°C.

 

Copper pipes – straight pipe

Pre-insulated copper pipe systems consist of a copper carrier pipe and an impact and fracture resistant PE-HD jacket pipe bonded together into a firm sandwich structure by means of polyurethane insulation.

Straight copper pipes are made of cold drawn, seamless, hard copper pipes in accordance with EN1057.

The structure of the pipe reduces stress in the pipe system and minimises pipe movements underground. This ensures stability.

 

Leak detection system

If you require electronic leak detection in your district heating system, isoplus can deliver steel pipes with two copper wires integrated to connect with a leak detection system.

 

Application

District heating, solar heating, community heating, cooling

isocu

Carrier pipe material: Copper
Jacket pipe material: Bimodal – PE-LLD
Insulation: Flexible polyurethane

Max. operating temperature 130°C
Max. continuous operating temperature 120°C
Max. operating pressure: 16 bar
Delivered lengths: 150-250
Dimensions: 15-35 mm

 

Copper pipes – straight pipe

Carrier pipe material: Copper
Jacket pipe material: PE-HD
Insulation: Polyurethane

Max. operating temperature: 130°C
Max. continuous operating temperature 120°C
Max. operating pressure 16 bar

Delivered lengths: 5-12 m
Dimensions: 35-88.9 mm

At isoplus you can always get professional support from project start until the piping system is installed.

We can help with planningdesign calculationsinstallation of joints and installlation of leak detection system.

Read more about isoplus service & support.

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T  +45 6441 6109
E  iso@isoplus.dk

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