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Why HEP20 is better

Benefits to the Installer

Reduce installation time dramatically

Reduce materal cost Demountable fittings - reusable

No tools required

Adaptors to existing copper or other plastic systems available

Full range of sizes up to 28mm (1")

Light, flexible and easy to work with

Benefits to the Customer

Does not scale or corrode

50 Year guarantee against product defects

Reduced water hammer or water related noise

Non toxic

Frequently asked questions

What is Hep20?

Hep0 is a revolutionary plumbing system manufactured primarily from polybutylene. Hep0 pipe and fittings can be used for the plumbing of hot and/or cold water potable water systems in domestic or industrial applications.

What is Polybutylene?

Polybutylene is a unique polymer manufactured by Basell for use in the manufacture of thermoplastic products such as pipe for transportation of hot water. Why Polybutylene? PB piping systems offer installers and end users numerous benefits including:

Unbelievable flexibility - reducing number of fittings, enabling pipe to be cabled in, out and around obstacles and no need for special bending tools.

Easier handling - PB Pipe is light and easy to manoeuvre even in tight spaces or overhead.

Easier to join - No need for oxyacetylene, just push-fit. Corrosion Free - PB pipes do not corrode.

Water hammer reduced - Due to its inherent flexibility PB pipes significantly reduce water related noises and hence a quiet and efficient plumbing system.

No scale build up - PB pipes are not affected by scale or deposit build ups, higher flow rates of clean water.

Why use Hep20 fittings?

Fittings like pipe are made from polybutylene.

Fittings can be rotated even when under pressure.


Hep0 is manufactured under Standards Mark Licence No. 1963 and is approved for use in all States and Territories in Australia.

No need for special tools just push-fit. Approvals Hep20 is licensed by SAI Global Limited, as complying with the requirements of Australia / New Zealand Standard AS/NZS 2642.2 & 3.1994.