Integral Range

Water

Integral Range

Gravity flow and rising main sewage systems

 

Integral pipeline

Range Overview

 

The INTEGRAL® pipeline system in ductile iron is specially designed for gravity flow and rising main sewage systems. The range is composed of pipes of 6m, 7m or 8m long depending on diameter and across a diameter range of 80 and 2000 mm in pipe, fittings and accessories. There are a range of anchored joints across the size range to enable INTEGRAL® to be anchored as part of a rising main.

The external coating between 80mm and 600mm is BIOZINALIUM: a layer of zinc-aluminium alloy enriched with copper Zn85Al15 (Cu), with surface density of 400 g/m² covered with a protective red layer AQUACOAT which contains zero VOC and BPA.

The external coating between 700 and 1400mm is ZINALIUM: a layer of zinc-aluminium alloy Zn85Al15, with surface density of 400 g/m² covered with a protective red layer AQUACOAT which contains zero VOC and BPA.

The external coating above 1400mm is metallic zinc (200 g/m²) covered with a protective red layer AQUACOAT which contains zero VOC and BPA.

 

integral cast iron sewer pipe installation

Pipes & Fittings Specification

 

The INTEGRAL® range is suitable for all types of environments and all types of effluent, especially when associated with the other protections offered by Saint­-Gobain PAM UK.

INTEGRAL® pipelines, with their STANDARD push-in joints made of Nitrile, make angular deflections possible. The flexibility they bring amounts to a guarantee against ground movementaccidental pressure surges, water hammer or root infestation.

INTEGRAL® pipelines can also be equipped with very effective anchoring systems, which combat hydraulic thrust in the case of networks operating with a rising main.

Solutions

Waste Water

Waste and rain water

Saint-Gobain PAM has a complete range for sewage solutions, which is adapted to different fluids and networks :
  • waste and rain water (the tight junctions can prevent parasitif water in the network),
  • separate sewer system, under pressure (backflow) or gravity flow.
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