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DuraVent Adds PolyPro Concentric Venting System

The PolyPro Concentric double-wall pipe provides users with a versatile polypropylene venting system for high-efficiency, condensing appliances.

Venting systems manufacturer DuraVent announced the expansion of its polypropylene product offering with the addition of the PolyPro Concentric venting system.

The PolyPro Concentric double-wall pipe provides users with a versatile polypropylene venting system for high-efficiency, condensing appliances. The injection-molded modular system is designed with a powder-coated aluminum outer pipe and a polypropylene inner pipe. It does not require a locking band and consists of a limited number of components, providing users with a fast, safe, clean and sustainable venting solution. The system also includes elbows that have a smooth wall lining and are constructed to reduce condensate that may be left behind.

Originally released to the original equipment market in 2010, the DuraVent PolyPro product line is designed for use with high-efficiency furnaces, condensing boilers and tankless water heaters.

“DuraVent offers several solutions for installations that can be challenging,” said Daniel Smith, residential HVAC product manager for DuraVent. “We have gone to great lengths to provide solutions that are safe, flexible and innovative with our primary objective being the safety of our customers.”

Polypropylene has a higher operating temperature limit of 230° F/110° C versus PVC, and the PolyPro product line is 100 percent recyclable, corrosion-free and does not release hazardous gases during combustion.

“Polypropylene has been used successfully to vent appliances in Europe for more than 15 years and provides our customers with a safe, reliable venting system with unique advantages over other products,” said Èric Dufour, vice president of innovation and engineering for DuraVent. “We’re excited to make this product available to our traditional distribution partners in the United States and Canada.”

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