GEBERIT SALES LTD PIPING SYSTEMS
Suppliers of: chemical drainage pipes HDPE pipes acoustic drainage pipes siphonic roof drainage
Geberit is the leading supplier of both supply and drainage systems. Our range of drainage systems includes HDPE pipes and fittings, Silent-db20 acoustic plumbing and Pluvia siphonic roof drainage systems. Our supply systems includes the Mapress and press fit plumbing fittings pipes and Mepla flexible water supply pipes.
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Main Drainage Product Ranges
Geberit manufacture HDPE drainage pipes and fittings that are resistant to abrasion, impact and extremes of temperature. They are ideal where a lightweight chemically resistant drainage system is required. Available with 8 secure jointing methods and diameters from 40mm to 315mm.
The Silent-db20 acoustic pipe and fittings range provide specifiers with acoustic drainage system that complies with the requirements of Building Regulation Doc E for plumbing and drainage. The complete range consists of pipe and fittings in dimensions from 56mm to 160mm and is suitable for both domestic and commercial drainage, soil and waste systems.
A Geberit Pluvia installation is less expensive than a conventional roof drainage system. Unlike conventional roof drainage methods, the Geberit Pluvia system functions as a siphonic system. The siphonic action ensures the drainage pipe system can fill up completely due to the negative pressure in the rainwater outlet pipe this also ensures an improved self-cleaning function. Geberit Pluvia is ideal for large roof areas which can be drained through a single discharge stack. This simplifies planning and reduces construction time.
Mapress range of press fit pipe fittings are available for use with in CuNiFe, stainless steel, carbon steel or copper pipes and for use with applications as diverse as hot and cold water supply, heating, cooling, gas and industrial facilities providing a permanently leak-proof pipe connections in no time at all. Available in a range of sizes from 15 to 108mm.
Mepla flexible pipes are made from a composite of metal and plastic and are suitable for use with hot and cold water supply for both mains and risers and also heating and cooling systems. The pipe consists of 3 layers bonded into a single unit. Most Mepla pipe sizes can be bent, creating the opportunity to reduce fittings and hence lowers the overall installed cost. The system is suitable for an operating pressure of up to 10 bar, have a operating temperature of up to 70°C and available from diameters from 16mm to 75mm.
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Geberit brings Drainage without compromising design
Drainage without compromising design
Geberit brings luxury and practicality to this residential and public sector project
Geberit’s siphonic drainage solution, Pluvia, has been used on the roof of London’s new Design Museum (previously the Commonwealth Institute), allowing its unusual parabolic shape to remain intact, while providing exceptional water drainage.
The Design Museum forms part of the Hollandgreen development, located off Kensington High Street, which is a mixed use residential and public sector project, incorporating 56 high-end apartments grouped around the museum. In addition to Geberit Pluvia the project also features Geberit Mapress piping, Geberit Silent-db20, a sound-deadening drainage solution, and luxury shower-toilets, Geberit AquaClean Sela.
The Design Museum has been created within a Grade II listed building, so it was essential that the roof was treated with care, preventing the flooding that had occurred over the years due to under-sized pipework. To retain the roof’s unusual shape, piping could only be included in two existing internal raked columns. A siphonic solution was therefore ideal. Geberit Pluvia has a far greater drainage capacity and can cope with double the amount of rainwater discharge at half the pipe diameter – accommodating a rainfall intensity equivalent to a one in 1,500 year storm.
“Geberit Pluvia could be installed without impacting on the visual aesthetic,” explained Mike Carter for Arup, who was heavily involved in the design and specification on the project. “Because of the negative pressure, no slopes were needed for the discharge pipes leading to the outfall locations at the building perimeter, meaning the installation was simpler and needed far less void space at high level in the basement.”
The three new apartment buildings are built in the shape of stone cubes that respond to the geometry and grid of the museum and they include a secure basement car park as well as a spa featuring a pool, sauna and steam rooms. Throughout Geberit products were also specified extensively.
To prevent noisy drainage, Geberit Silent-db20, with sound minimisation built-in, has been used throughout the apartments, considerably reducing the acoustic impact of water running through the pipes, helping to ensure residents aren’t disturbed. In communal spaces and in the basement and car parks, Geberit HDPE drainage pipe was installed.
Piping pressing solution, Geberit Mapress in Copper and Carbon Steel, was chosen for all the water services. “The system was proposed by the lead contractor, Mace, and their MEP sub-contractor, Essex Mechanical Services in order to speed up installation times,” said Mike. “In addition, the other major benefit was that no welding and consequent hot works permits were required.”
Around a dozen apartment buyers also opted for additional luxury by upgrading to Geberit AquaClean Sela shower toilets, as opposed to the bidets included in the other apartments. Cleaning with a gentle, airy water spray at body temperature, Geberit AquaClean Sela is simple to operate via the controls on the side of the WC or with a remote control.
In this exciting development, Geberit has demonstrated the breadth and versatility of its building services and sanitary products, providing modern solutions that remain sympathetic to historic and architecturally challenging features while meeting the needs of 21st century customers that demand the very best in design and functionality.
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New-look Geberit website offers a more user-friendly experience
New-look Geberit website offers a more user-friendly experience
October 2017, Warwick
Geberit has re-launched its website, with a new look and navigation system making it easier than ever to browse the extensive product range and find all the information needed to design, specify and install.
Enabling customers to find the information they need at a glance, the new-look Geberit website features a responsive design to make it particularly easy to use with a smart phone. Whether viewed on a desktop, mobile or tablet, the new website at www.geberit.co.uk is simple to navigate, with a straightforward menu structure and tiles directing the user to relevant information.
Integrated into the website, the Online Product Catalogue is accessible via a link on the top menu, while search results now include direct links from the online product and spare parts catalogue. Each product page also has a ‘Pro Area’ with direct links to the Online Product Catalogue, making it easier for retailers, installers, architects and end users to find the information they need.
The new-look website also now features a Reference Projects section that can be filtered by product and sector, a simple Video Centre where videos can be viewed and downloaded, as well as a user friendly Download Centre.
“The online world has moved on a lot since the current website was launched in 2013. Everyone now uses a mobile to browse the internet, with over 30% of visitors to the Geberit website now using a mobile or tablet device,” explains James Lanchbury, Digital Marketing Manager at Geberit. “This made it vital to ensure that the site is easily navigable no matter how it is being accessed, while also taking the opportunity to introduce new features to make it user-friendly.”
Browse the new-look website at www.geberit.co.uk