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Press-Fit Technology for Cruise Ships from Viega

Press-fit technology from Viega

Viega press-fit technology used on one of the world's largest cruise ships.

When you're travelling the Seven Seas on-board one of the world's largest cruise ships, there's one thing that instils confidence when it comes to construction - and that is: 'Made in Germany'.

For the construction of the "Serenade of the Seas" - one of four Royal Caribbean International Radiance class passenger ships - the Meyer shipyard in Papenburg, Germany chose a world leader in press-fit pipe technology: Viega.

With panoramic vistas and wide-open spaces at every turn, this sleek cruise ship is able to journey to remote waters such as Alaska thanks to things like its low-emission drive technology and the reliable supply of 1.5 million litres of hygienic drinking water per day. And all this water is delivered through the Viega Propress press-fit system that has been used to join over 150 kilometres of on-board piping.



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