Unique design ensures controlled stormwater drainage, Slagelse, Denmark
Unique design ensures controlled stormwater drainage
Uponor IQ pipes, Ø400, 60m
Uponor chambers, 6 pcs.
- We estimate the plastic solution at approx. half the price of the concrete solution. This is partly due to a smarter and more flexible workflow, shorter delivery times, faster installation time and required less machine power to handle the lighter plastic materials. All these advantages were a huge benefit to us, as there was a requirement for a quick and flexible installation, where the excavation area was also limited for the sake of the parking lot's many users, explains contractor Michael Christensen, EMSC.
Uponor did the calculations to ensure the most advantageous dimensions in relation to the water flow and the system volume, and at the same time took into account the limited space on the area. This resulted in Brdr. Dahl and Uponor recommended an optimization of the original solution. A new rainwater pipe in 200mm was upgraded to 400mm, which allows storage of larger volumes of water, where a water brake regulates the discharge to a maximum of 1.5 l / s.
Wholesaler: Brdr. Dahl
Suppliers: Uponor Infra A/S, Mosbæk, Grundfos
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