A strong awareness of environmental issues has been a

pillar of our business philosophy since the very beginning.

We have always aimed for a consistent balance between responsibility and quality. Committing ourselves additionally to the criteria of “greenresponse” is therefore only a logical and consistent continuation of the path we are already on.
These self-imposed criteria cover every area of the company in the broadest sense, as well as all important parameters within complex production processes up to the finished product directly on-site with the user. 


Through special, individual selection of materials, we can guarantee exceptional durability even in contact with chemical substances (e.g. chlorine) and special environmental influences (e.g. UV damage). 

Energy efficiency

Conducting properties that are ideally conceived for flow dynamics with a low loss of pressure are an important requirement for a far-reaching conservation of energy and resources with Praher products.  


Depending on individual usage, there is always a risk of technical or human error with possible unforseen consequences. For this reason, adhering to all technical regulations as a basis for all further measures is a central concern from the development stage onwards. Above and beyond this, enhanced safety standards for various product features are even considered a special added value (e.g. “AQUASTAR® SafetyPack”). 


Responsible use of resources can be excellently supported by various technical processes. Particular attention is paid to water conservation in the automated controls for swimming pools. 


The closest possible tolerances for plug connections allow for the reduction of adhesives to an absolute minimum. Completely adhesive-free connections can significantly reduce negative effects on humans and the environment at construction sites. They also guarantee a long-lasting installation free from interruption.


On the whole, we not only adhere to even strict European and international hygiene regulations, but often exceed them, which minimizes future expenditures.