NIRON pipes and fittings have been installed in a chemical plant in Carlton, Minnesota. This project involved installing a new potable water line using 4”-125mm NIRON pipe and a force main waste line of 2”-63mm NIRON pipe and fittings. The old system of PVC SCH-80 and HDPE have had their issues over the years. The plant manager was very impressed with the ease of installation and longevity that NIRON will give their plant in the coming years. The company is going to add a new building soon and is going to usr NIRON again for the additional systems. Electrofusion welding was used for all conections, mainly thanks to its ease of installation. This project needed to be done quickly, as the plant, which makes drilling mud, could not be without water more than a day. Once the ditch was opened, operators had to work quickly to get the operation back up and running. NIRON once again proved its versatility for many fluid systems. The NIRON range, particularly suitable for use in large buildings and for industrial installations ensures high mechanical resistance and duration, even at high temperatures and pressures. NIRON has become a recognized and trustworthy product range and has already been installed in various schools, colleges, hospitals, senior housing buildings, apartment buildings and industrial plants where safety and efficiency are of primary importance.