The fittings are corrosion resistant and are available with a cream plastic jacketing or outside zinc plated, whilst non-alloy steel versions are available for sprinkler systems.
The casings provided for the project are 200mm wide and 100mm deep, finished in PPC coatings of RAL 1014 Dark Ivory and RAL 2001 Red Orange to help them blend with the brickwork.
The Mapress pipework system is designed to offer a safe and simple installation process.
The range helps in avoiding the risk of outer skin delamination during installation and has already been specified for use in projects in Southern England.
Together the range is designed to provide a fire resistant and sustainable solution with pressing systems, meaning there is no requirement for hot works to be used at Mount Stewart.
The PVC-U pipe is designed to offer a chemical, limescale and corrosion resistant solution with a quick and easy installation process.
The pipework offers an environmental sustainable solution for the visitor centre and is the only plastic pipe system that can be fully fusion welded when being used in heating systems.
Full specification details and diagrams will be available alongside a number reference for the product, designed to allow for a quick and easy ordering system.
The dates for the training modules will take place on the following dates: Piping SystemsWednesday 12 FebruaryWednesday 19 MarchTuesday 8 AprilWednesday 14 May Sanitary solutionsThursday 13 FebruaryThursday 20 MarchWednesday 9 AprilThursday 15 May To book your place email [email protected] or call 0800 0778 365.
The company’s pipework is made from high density polythene, consisting of a single compound of carbon and hydrogen atoms that are recyclable and environmentally friendly. Geberit’s Life Cycled Assessed product has provided a robust alternative to using PVC as part of the University’s decision to build a BREAAM outstanding building.