Heat resistant, polypropylene effluent pipes, manufactured as per the CSN EN 1451-1 standard. Internal connection, effluent, ventilation and conductance piping in buildings (class "B" application) with higher thermal or chemical load, yet without requirements for reduced flammability.
The HT-System (PP)® effluent pipes and fittings are a top-class product with high utility properties. The designing stage of these pipes was based on the requirements of the contemporary architecture and construction industry in respect to elevated mechanic, hygienic and especially ecologic requirements. Our manufacturing conditions, dimensions and test parameters are in line with the CSN EN 1451-1 standard.
The material we use for the manufacture of effluent pipes and fittings is polypropylene (PP). This compound delivers high toughness, long-term thermal and chemical stability, all of which contribute to the extremely long service life of the piping.
The manufacturing process guarantees absolute smoothness in both the internal and external surfaces of the pipes and fittings. That, in combination with the precisely designed neck joint, contributes to the excellent hydraulic properties of the piping. The neck joint is sealed with multiple sealing elements, which guarantees not only perfect tightness, but also long-term flexibility of the joint.
The HT-System (PP)® offers a wide selection of elements, which make it a full-range system for in-house sewage; this system has been modified to fit the needs of construction in the Czech Republic. It comes with easy connectivity to all current types of sewage piping.
Easy connection using sliding necks, sealed with an elastomer ring, unlike bonded or welded systems, facilitates the assembly, which would otherwise be difficult. At the same time, this system guarantees the immediate and absolute tightness of the joints, allowing the user to carry out the pressure test as soon as the assembly has been completed.
The technology of the manufacturing process of this product is friendly to the environment. The product is fully recyclable; in the case of thermal decomposition, no toxic pollutants are produced.