The NIRON system has been installed in Seminole State College in Sanford, Florida. Once again, this system showed to be particularly suitable to be used in large buildings. NIRON pipes and fittings 8" and 16" were selected for the cooling tower lines thanks to the special characteristics of their raw material. The pipes and fittings that compose the NIRON range are in fact produced using random copolymer polypropylene PP-RCT, a plastic material with a special molecular structure ensuring high mechanical resistance and duration, even at high temperatures and pressures. The properties and other features of the various components make the NIRON system a great alternative to traditional material used in plumbing installations. Its temperature/pressure performance allows for the use of thinner pipes thus offering a greater flow rate with the same diameter.