AIRCOM Pipeline

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AIRCOM was founded in 1996 by Stefano Di Liberto, second generation in the design and production of pipes, fittings, and accessories in technopolymers and composites for pressurized fluids.

AIRCOM was founded in 1996 by Stefano Di Liberto, second generation in the design and production of pipes, fittings, and accessories in technopolymers and composites for pressurized fluids.

Marco, father of Stefano, founded FIP in 1953, the first company in Europe to develop fittings and valves made of polymers for pressurized fluids, both with mechanical junction and cold welding. All the currently existing fittings for ‘Blue pipes’ come from the fittings designed and developed at the end of the 60s by Plasson in Israel and by FIP in Italy.

Since 1996, AIRCOM has created and developed a series of complete ranges for the distribution of compressed air and other pressurized fluids: from the ‘Classic Line’, made of high-impact ductile technopolymer with cold welding junction technology, to the ‘Quick Line’, composed of aluminium pipe and aluminium or HIP (high impact) polymer fittings.

In 2005 AIRCOM became the designer and manufacturer, for Atlas Copco, of the AIRnet line.

Given the great success, Atlas decided, in 2012, to manufacture it independently.

All the new technologies designed and engineered by AIRCOM in the last 20 years have allowed our customers to improve the quality of their plants, to significantly reduce the cost of installations and future expansions, and last but not least, to significantly reduce both the cost of energy used for the production of compressed air and the related investments, with both economic and environmental benefits.

Nowadays, AIRCOM is focused on the continuous evolution and expansion of the product range to meet the needs of installers, and on the development of calculation and design software to further improve the plant design assistance in order to increase the benefits for our partners.

The future will be marked by a continuous process of extension of the product ranges and by an incredible development of all plant design and checking systems in order to further increase the benefits for our partners. A strong focus on energy saving and the reduction of installed power through the optimization of the transportation and distribution lines of compressed air will be at the centre of all our efforts.

Stefano Di Liberto established Italian company AIRCOM in 1996 as a second-generation venture to produce pipes, fittings, and accessories in technopolymers for pressurized fluids.

Stefano’s father, Marco founded FIP in 1953, the first company in Europe to start production of fittings and valves made of polymers for pressurized fluids, both for mechanical junction and cold welding. All the currently existing fittings for ‘Blue pipes’ come from the fittings designed at the end of the 60s by Plasson in Israel and FIP in Italy.

Starting from 1996, AIRCOM developed a complete range of products for compressed air and pressurized fluids. The ‘Classic Line’ products were made of high-impact ductile technololymer with cold welding junction technology, while the ‘Quick Line” products represented aluminium or HIP (high impact) polymer fittings.

In 2005, AIRCOM continued activities as a designer and manufacturer company for Atlas Copco of the AIRnet line.

In 2012, Atlas made a courageous decision to proceed with manufacturing independently.

New technologies of AIRCOM introduced in the last 20 years, contributed to the renovation of factories, diminishing costs of installations and future expansion, and significantly reducing energy costs for production of compressed air both for economic and environmental benefits.

At present, AIRCOM accentuates constant evolution of the wide range of products to meet consumer needs. It also focuses on the development of calculation and design software to further improve the plant’s operation capacities.

For the future, the company aims to consolidate efforts to expand its products with the primary objective to save energy and reduce installed power through optimization of transportation and distribution lines of compressed air.

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