Harmer SML cast iron drainage awarded BBA certification

  • 27 Mar 2017

The SML cast iron drainage from Harmer Building Drainage, for below ground applications, has been awarded BBA Agrement certification.

The certification covers the installation of foul and surface water pipes, couplings and fittings in domestic, commercial and public buildings. The below ground drainage was assessed for installed strength, water tightness, flow characteristics, resistance to chemicals found in domestic waste water, resistance to elevated temperatures, and durability.

Consequently, architects specifiers and contractors are assured that Harmer’s materials and manufacturing have undergone testing and inspection in order to achieve compliance.

Wayne Wilmot, National Sales Manager for Harmer Drainage explains that the SML range is a lightweight, dry jointed pipework drainage system at the leading edge of cast iron technology. The range delivers exceptional performance and strength, and is 100% recyclable, he adds.

The Hilton Hotel near Minories, London, the Royal Holloway University of London and Redrow Homes in Tavistock Gardens, have all used Harmer’s above and below ground drainage. 

Harmer Building Drainage provides an overall water management solution, from rain to drain, as part of Alumasc Water Management Solutions.

Alumasc Water Management Solutions,
Station Road
Burton Latimer
Kettering
Northamptonshire
NN15 5JP

Phone: 01536 383810
Fax: 01744 648401

Visit Alumasc Harmer Drainage Systems website

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