AIRCOM Joins ASPE’s Affiliate Sponsorship Program

We are pleased to announce that AIRCOM, an Italian company specializing in the design and production of high-performance piping and fittings for compressed air and pressure fluid systems, is the latest industry manufacturer to become an ASPE Affiliate Sponsor.

Since its founding in 1996 by Stefano Di Liberto, 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 aluminum pipe and aluminum or HIP (high-impact) polymer fittings.

“As today’s most technically advanced manufacturer, AIRCOM has a dedicated commitment to teaching ASPE members about the latest piping systems that are in demand from knowledgeable designers and end users,” says Stefano Gaggero, Vice President of AIRCOM USA Inc. “The flexibility of AIRCOM’s piping system design gives all a superior advantage today because of its varied breadth of product offering and features that no other piping system can offer. Best of all, AIRCOM piping and connectors are easy to install, simple to specify, easier to design, and most of all, AIRCOM provides excellent support to our partners to ensure complete satisfaction.”

ASPE’s Affiliate Sponsors comprise a crucial group of manufacturers and service providers who are essential in helping plumbing engineers design the most technologically advanced plumbing systems. “ASPE is excited to welcome AIRCOM as the newest member of the Affiliate Sponsor program,” says Brian Henry, Director of Affiliate Relations for ASPE. “AIRCOM is a great fit for ASPE members, giving them yet additional options for pipes and fittings as well as complete piping systems.”

To learn more about AIRCOM, visit For more information about ASPE’s Affiliate Sponsor program and our sponsors, visit To become an ASPE Affiliate Sponsor, contact Brian Henry at [email protected] or 847-296-0002 x235.

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