Avac offer a range of vacuum drainage solutions for new constructions and renovation projects.
Vacuum drainage systems use the combined energies of vacuum pressure and gravity for the collection, conveyance and disposal of waste through a piping network that can be routed above ground. Vacuum drainage systems consist of three main components: a vacuum generating station (Vac Centre), a conveyance system and individual collection points.
Conventional drainage systems impose significant design constraints for all new and existing constructions. The requirement for fall in the piping means that conventional systems are typically located either subterranean or in the slab and are subsequently "set in concrete". Changing the location of the piping or adding fixtures is extremely costly and difficult to achieve. In contrast, Vacuum drainage systems are extremely versatile, they can be routed to run uphill, around site constraints and fixtures can be easily moved, added or removed at any time with minimal cost and disruption.
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