The North American arm of Aquatherm GmbH, Aquatherm established the HVACP and industrial polypropylene piping market in North America in 2005, and since that time has evolved the market with hundreds of installations in commercial, institutional, industrial, and other applications.
Aquatherm CEO Jordan Hardy said that the partnership with ISCO strengthens both companies.
“As a market leader in polypropylene piping systems, we always look to align with the best partners in each market, and our companies share many of the core beliefs and skillsets of being solution providers and focusing on the needs of our customers, so it is a natural fit,” Hardy says.
“We are excited to expand our relationship nationally with Aquatherm,” states Jimmy Kirchdorfer, ISCO CEO. “They were the first supplier to enter the polypropylene market in North America. Through a lot of hard work and business development they have become the clear brand leader. ISCO is well positioned to deliver value-added services ensuring a successful Aquatherm installation. It is an exciting time to expand our relationship and jointly grow the Aquatherm presence across the country.”
ISCO has a national fusion equipment footprint, a network of fabrication facilities that can simplify installation on-site, and a group of field fusion technicians available to assist. In addition, ISCO has a project management team, experienced in the polypropylene market, ready and available to help anywhere in North America.