Studor Active Drainage Ventilation is a specialist solution for your project, fully backed by a highly skilled technical team.
Aliaxis Technical Services consists of an expert team with many years of extensive experience in designing drainage systems to worldwide standards. Our expertise and understanding of these standards including EN12056-2,
AS/NZS 3500.2 and ASSE 1050 / 1051 allows us to provide drainage design advice, as well as offering a service for the sign-off of drawings by a Chartered Engineer. To take advantage of our in-house drainage design support please send your drawing to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The StudorCAD design tool has been developed to work with AutoCAD to further simplify the design process and provide a one-stop solution for drawing the ventilation system design. Download our StudorCAD application to make it easy to add the Studor products into your AutoCAD drawings.
The Studor Revit Content package is available to be used in Building Information Modeling (BIM). The smart content has integrated intelligence for connections to PE, PP and PVC pipe systems. Create true ‘as built' designs with the Studor Revit content package, freely available in the latest 4 Revit versions on our BIM page.
See how water and air interacts in a true high-rise setting. The 'Seeing is Believing' experience is available in two unique testing facilities located in the UK and the Netherlands. They utilise clear pipe and completely visible products and fittings to demonstrate the occurrences within a real high-rise drainage system and how they are managed by the P.A.P.A. System versus a conventional vent pipe system.
The National Lift Tower hosts the world’s tallest drainage testing installation, comprising a 96 metre soil stack fitted with the P.A.P.A. system (P.A.P.A. and AAVs) for active ventilation. Electronic pressure sensors in the test rig allow readings in the pipework to be recorded and used to objectively analyse the performance of the P.A.P.A. system versus alternative configurations.
The state-of-the-art Hydro-Dynamics Experience Centre (HDEC) combines a testing facility with a customer experience centre, where customers can see precisely how water and air actually flow through our pipe systems. The HDEC is instrumental in testing new solutions and also simulates the performance of systems in specific situations for increasingly complex and/or high-rise buildings.
Founded in 1821 in Edinburgh, Scotland, and has established a reputation as a leading research-led university and provider of education around the world, with campuses in several locations including Dubai and Malaysia. Heriot-Watt and Studor have collaborated for many years on research and development on a range of innovative new products. The P.A.P.A. (Positive Air Pressure Attenuator) is one of the results of this partnership; many other developments are currently in process, with the potential to revolutionise the high-rise building drainage market.
In the world there are three main standards which apply to building installation products: European, Australian and USA standards. The Studor products have been approved to these standards (as well as other national standards), making them not only a technically advanced solution, but also regulatory approved products to use. Over the years the Studor technical team has contributed in raising the quality of each standard by supplying credible and scientifically proven information.
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As an expert in advanced plastic piping systems, Aliaxis has a track record of introducing new, non-conventional concepts better suited to meet the specific challenges of high-rise buildings. Aliaxis High-Rise is committed to provide architects, MEP consultants, contractors and installers with solutions to make high-rise living more feasible, comfortable, green, safe and affordable.>> Aliaxis.com/high-rise