Waste water hydraulics with Geberit
Reliable building drainage
A challenge for sanitary engineers and plumbers
Empty siphons or highly fluctuating water levels in the WC, as well as oversized systems or unnecessary ventilation ducts, are all indications of inadequate planning or installation. This can result in user complaints and significant costs.
- Practical training for sanitary engineers and plumbers on Geberit hydraulic towers
- In-house Geberit research in the laboratory and on computers
- Hydraulically optimised products
Save space in high-rise buildings thanks to hydraulics expertiseThe Geberit SuperTube story
Save space in high-rise buildings thanks to optimised hydraulics. Installing the fittings using SuperTube technology prevents the column of air in the discharge stack from being disrupted. As a result, a high discharge capacity is achieved with a relatively low diameter of d110 without an additional ventilation pipe.
- More residential and floor space
- Simple planning and installation
- Smaller, consistent pipe diameters
- No additional ventilation pipes
- Horizontal pipelines without slopes (up to six metres)
- Geberit branch fittings swept entry allow higher flow rates and up to 70% more DUs than conventional branch fittings
- Geberit branch fittings swept entry are available for all Geberit drainage systems
- Geberit Pluvia is a syphonic roof drainage system.
- Offers numerous advantages over conventional roof drainage systems
- Reliable and economical, it affords architects maximum design freedom