VSH MultiPress

the plastic pipe system with multi-profile

With VSH MultiPress, Aalberts integrated piping systems has a reliable and high-quality plastic piping system.

The fittings are provided with a multi-profile, which means that they can be pressed with both U- and TH-profile press jaws.

The pipe and fittings have WRAS, Kiwa, KOMO and GASTEC certification, which means that the system can be used without any problems for central heating, sanitary, gas and underfloor heating installations. Due to its high chemical and thermal resistance, VSH MultiPress can also be used in compressed air installations.

The multilayer pipes are extremely flexible and therefore offer optimum ease of installation. An aluminum layer has been co-extended within the pipe so that the pipe retains its shape after bending.

smart features

The system has many useful features that make installation and maintenance easier. For example the colour coding per dimensions, in order to quickly find the right fitting.

The construction of the fitting in combination with the press jaw ensures optimal positioning of the jaw so that incorrect positioning or compression is excluded. Together with the Leak Before Pressed function (in sizes 14 to 32 mm), this is the guarantee for fast and secure compression.

the ideal plastic system due to its handy features

  • compressible with both U and TH profile
  • suitable for embedding in concrete and cement screeds
  • colour coding by size
  • control by control windows on the insertion depth of the pipe
  • optimal positioning of the press jaw for fast and secure compression
  • leak before pressed function up to 32 mm
  • fittings and pipe for water and gas
  • ideal to combine with other systems

technical properties

* Please see each technical specification for each product 

material fittings plastic (PPSU) and brass (CW617N)
material tube PE-RT/AL/PE-RT 14-40 mm
o-rings EPDM (water) and HNBR (gas)
finishing tinned
dimensions 14 to 63 mm
temperature range -20°C to 70°C (ISO 10508)
max. operating pressure 11 bar (water) / 5 bar (gas)