The original system installed on the 42-storey office building in Bangkok, Thailand, was experiencing the problem of bubbling toilets. After reading about Studor Active Drainage Ventilation, the contractor got in touch with our local team.
On May 8th, Aliaxis signed a 3-year research agreement with the Heriot Watt University in Edinburgh (UK). Heriot Watt University has built up over the years a reputation as the most knowledgeable scientific institute in the world in the field of building drainage systems.
The 41st Mostra Convegno Expocomfort (MCE) takes place in Milan Italy from 13-16 March 2018 – a unique marketplace and global event where companies in the heating, ventilation, air conditioning, refrigeration and energy efficiency sectors gather and showcase the latest technologies, solutions and systems for smart buildings in commercial, industrial and domestic residential sectors.
On June 21st Durman Guatemala, an Aliaxis company, organised its first conference at the Cámara Guatemalteca de la Construcción, to present and discuss relevant topics in the design and engineering of solutions for high-rise buildings.
A commonly asked question is whether Air Admittance Valves (AAVs) can be installed outside. In the UK Part H of the Building Regulations 2010 (clause 1.33) states that “Air admittance valves should not be used outside buildings.
What is an active carbon filter for drainage? It is a two-way vent that uses active carbon as a filter to absorb the sewer gases (primarily hydrogen sulphide H₂S and methane CH4) which come out of a drainage vent.
Dr. Michael Gormley is a specialist in water supply and drainage as well as an electrical building services engineer. Here he shares with us here about his work on completing the book Transient Free Surface flows in Building Drainage Systems.