Effluent pipes and fittings are made from polypropylene with mineral content, which grants them the ability to reduce noise intensity. The products conform to the CSN EN 1451-1 standard. All domains of civil engineering (family homes, apartment buildings, industrial, culture and sports structures, hospitals, hotels, etc.) that require silent operation.
Maximal operating temperatures of pipes, adapting pipes and sealing
|Sealing||Area of application- temperatures|
|SBR (at the producer /within the range of Work)||cca. -50°C up to +100°C|
|EPDM||cca. -50°C up to +150°C|
|NBR (can be ordered separately)||cca. -30°C up to +100°C|
|SBR||Improved abrasion resistance and age resistance, good resistance against operating liquids|
|EPDM||Excellent fastness to abrasion, ageing and fastness to most of operating liquids|
|NBR||Versatile material. Sealing for contact with mineral oil or fuels. Poor resistance against ozone and weather resistance|
|Skolan SAFE dB (DN 56 - DN 200)||according to the standard DIN 4102 - B2 a according to the construction supervision certificate Z-42.1-217|
We can recommend KG 2000 Polypropylene®, or HT-System (PP) ® with sealing rings made of NBR as the case may be.
|Skolan SAFE dB||DIN 4102, B 2|
The sealing of systems BL, DD and Euro L Spezial are resistant against water with maximal volume of chlorine 0.6 mg/l.
See the Test record of MPA Darmstadt „K 05 1497" of 11th November 2005 (the pipes DN 50 were tested).
No, it cannot. Among other things, this provision serves for elimination of the backwater formation and formation of retained amount inside the system.
No, it is not.
These details can be found in the assembly instructions of HT-System (PP)® - Article 5 and assembly instructions of Skolan SAFE dB – Article 7.
It is necessary to install a felt bag (or other materials commonly available in the network of shops) onto the Skolan SAFE dB pipe placed (the pipe for rain water). In case of the rain water piping only the upper floors are mostly insulated in practice. Basically, the Skolan dB pipe has a high coefficient of insulation. Formation of the condensing water from dew formation does not occur at the plastic pipes with reinforced wall compared to conventional cast-iron or steel pipes. For that reason the above-described insulation is sufficient.
The pipes with slide-in sleeves / couplings are usually placed in such manner that the sharp end is in direction of flowing. The sharp end is sliding into the sleeve / coupling.
The quote from Manual of plastic pipes (4th issue, paragraph 3.4.4 Construction of the sewage water channels and piping, page 463)
Thus the piping placement in direction of flowing is clearly defined.