FOR OVER 40 YEARS LEADER IN THE PRODUCTION OF PIPES IN POLYETHYLENE AND POLYPROPYLENE
FIELDS OF APPLICATION
The polyethylene pipes produced by Idrotherm 2000 guarantee the maximum protection of precious resources such as drinking water, offer absolute safety in the transport of combustible gases and for the disposal of industrial and civil type discharges and are designed to satisfy the application conditions of the more complex projects.
Pipes made with polyethylene, polypropylene or special polymer-based pipes, in diameters ranging from 8 to 1200 mm and with mono or multilayer structures, together with an extensive range of fittings and special pieces, are used in supply, distribution or disposal with a wide range of proposals.
Quality and sustainability
Idrotherm 2000 has implemented an integrated management system (quality, environment and safety) aimed at continuous improvement and monitoring of its processes.
It also launches research and development initiatives to offer maximum protection, also through the distribution of its pipes.
QUALITY, ENVIRONMENTAL AND SAFETY POLICY
IDROTHERM 2000 has long been using the most modern and advanced solutions to ensure the quality and full reliability of its products with a view to continuous improvement, protecting the health and safety of its staff and operating with a maximum respect to the environment and in total conformity with the applicable regulations.Read More
SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY POLICY
IDROTHERM 2000 believes that the promotion of human, social, political, cultural, religious and economic rights should constitute an integral part of managing its production and economic processes. It is with this knowledge that it intends to dedicate itself to creating a production balance based on the requirements and commitments of Social Responsibility.Read More
Following the commitment undertaken to protect the environment, IDROTHERM 2000 considers it fundamental to inform the end users on the procedures for handling the pipes used for the supply of water, the distribution of gaseous fuels, sewerage systems, irrigation systems and telecommunications at the end of their life cycle.Read More