Plastic pipes are found in the entire drinking water supply network. Pipes with dimensions up to 2600 DN connect water catchment areas with water treatment plants and drinking water reservoirs or serve as main distribution pipelines within the supply network. Pipes with smaller diameters connect the water mains with the domestic supply lines, bringing the drinking water to the end consumers.
Plastic pipes are also used more and more often in gas supply networks. Pipes with dimensions of up to 250 DN serve as distribution mains, while pipes with smaller diameters connect the mains with the house service connections and transport the gas to the end consumers.