Wastewater discharge piping systems should function as though they don’t exist. Which is why the choice of material is vital to ensure your pipes are quiet and odor-free. If you are renovating or installing new soil and waste pipes for blocks of flats, hotels, hospitals, care homes or even libraries, you will want to consider the type of piping materials you choose to have installed.
All Pipelife "quiet" indoor soil and waste pipes are made of high-grade polypropylene (PP) plastic with high rigidity to provide excellent soundproofing qualities. Comprised of three layers, each layer of the pipe has its own special function, however they all work in unison to provide incredible durability, impact strength, optimal hydraulics and sound insulation.
Plastic has a bad reputation these days. However, the use of plastic for plumbing installations in and around buildings can actually be very beneficial not just for the user, but also for the environment.
If you like to stay informed about piping materials and installation methods for your building projects, here are a few resources that we think you might find interesting and useful.
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