The housing is rounded which reduces pollution to a minimum and facilitates cleaning of the drain. Welds are ground, and there are no sharp edges and edges in the housing.
Gratting - this element of the ladder can have various shapes and sizes. The grating of the drainis selected in accordance with the expected loads and installation location.
Types of gratings:
Mesh strainer – it should be used in cases when large amounts of solid substances are present in the wastewater.
Sieve - it is used in cases when a small amount of solid substances is present in the wastewater.
Siphon trap - this element of the drain performs the function of a water seal, they are also used to simplify access to the sewage system and to quickly clean the mash.
Flange - used in cases when it is necessary to drain water from a horizontal drain.
|Installation of single-hull drains
|Installation of bicorporal drains
|1. Ensure that the drain pipe is at the correct height.
|1. First of all, the lower part of drain is mounted in the floor structure. It is installed in the recess of 15-20 mm - this allows for normal condensate drain from waterproofing.
|2. When concreting, the upper part of the drain should be located 1-1.5 mm below the floor.
|2. Waterproofing gasket is mounted with the clamping ring on the bottom.
|3. Only after a reliable fastening of the upper part of drain can next tier of the floor can be mounted.
|3. Then the upper part of the drain is installed at the required level. The edge of the upper part should be at a level of 1-1.15 mm below the floor level.
|4. The width of the upper part of drain should not be narrowed - this should make sure during the pouring of concrete.
|4. The next part of the flooring is mounted only making sure that the upper part of drain is securely fixed.
|5. Concrete must fall into all places including difficult to reach.
|5. The width of the upper part of drain should not be narrowed.
|6. Concrete must fall into all places including difficult to reach.