In addition to the classic field of application in unpressurised building drainage systems, it is also straightforward and safe to use POLO-KAL XS and POLO-KAL NG as pressure pipes for lifting plants.
The advantages are numerous:
Fast assembly thanks to the simple push-fit system
The extraction retainer can be disconnected and re-used whenever required
Only a minimum of tools required
Independent of the assembly temperature
A comprehensive range of screw connections and flanges
Vibration-uncoupling screw connections
Pipe system for
greasy waste water
POLO-KAL NG is suitable for draining away greasy waste water from canteen kitchens to grease traps. For this type of use, the factory-fitted lip ring seals need to be replaced by oil- and grease-resistant NBR lip ring seals.
Downstream of the grease trap, all POLO-KAL® pipe systems can be used.
During renovation work, one often comes across old cast-iron and fibre-cement pipes. In many cases, establishing a connection to the new installation can prove quite a challenge. Thanks to the POLOPLAST transition fittings, specially designed for renovations, you can look forward to each renovation with serene confidence. Flexible sealing areas and a comprehensive range of options for connecting to the socket and the spigot end serve to fulfil your every wish!
The range of applications for POLO-KAL NG has been expanded to include vacuum drainage using pipe dimensions DN 32 to 160. This is required in numerous commercial and industrial processes. The pipes are manufactured following a reinforced wall-design to reliably withstand continuous negative pressure. Moreover, due to the precise geometry of the push-fit socket, the system remains leakproof even at low pressure, and the high rigidity of the moulded parts from the standard POLO-KAL NG product range ensures that they are perfectly suited for this application.
With its POLO-KAL NG Qmax fitting, POLOPLAST offers a drainage system for high-rise buildings that provides high quality in hydraulics. Its special design allows flexible connections per storey; additionally, neither positive or negative pressure can occur in the connecting pipes, which makes parallel ventilation stacks unnecessary.