Over the past 50 years, traditional pipes and fittings have come a long way. From welded copper pipes and fittings to compression brass fittings and more recently push-fit systems. The advancement in technology, materials and application taking one step forward each time. The introduction of pipe and press fittings dates back 20 years. The need for a lighter, safer and more practical way of plumbing compared to traditional copper was necessary.

Press-fitting technology and multi-layer tubing were seen as the way to go. Offering more than 50% speed in installation time and 30% less accessories required when compared to other conventional systems.

With the increased demand for high quality multilayer piping and pressure fittings, EGB introduces a Multilayer system. A complete range of pressure fittings and multilayer piping. Our system is available in high quality brass: CW617N.


  • Drinking water pipe networks to supply cold and hot water in buildings.
  • Pipe networks for air conditioning equipment.
  • Pipe networks for heating systems.
  • Pipe networks for solar energy installations. Compressed air networks.


The PF Press multilayer pipe is made up of 5 layers consisting of an inner and outer PERT layer, a central layer of aluminum, joined together by two layers of adhesive. The aluminum layer is butt welded to give a complete oxygen barrier. Compared to other traditional systems, the PF Press System offers significant advantages.

  • Quick and safe installation.
  • Easy piping installation, simply bend and adjust, thus fewer accessories.
  • No welding or threading.
  • No copper, no theft.
  • Corrosion free.
  • No guesswork, the press tool will know the degree of tension.
  • High pressure and temperature resistance.
  • Resistance to stress cracking and fracturing, as well as impact shock.
  • Effective response to water hammer that may occur.
  • Light weight, making it easy to install and transport.
  • Easy flexing without loss of stiffness.
  • Can be used with all types of water.
  • Smooth inner surface, thus avoiding the accumulation of scale.
  • Corrosion resistant.
  • Very low thermal expansion; much lower than in plastic pipes.
  • Minimum expansion length.
  • Resistant to pressure and temperature.
  • They do not alter the taste or smell of the water.
  • They do not conduct electricity.
  • Excellent acoustic insulation.