Abst： When compared to conventional system, WHESLE siphonic roof rainwater drainage system requires a lesser number of roof outlets and allows a substantial reductio
When compared to conventional system, WHESLE siphonic roof rainwater drainage system requires a lesser number of roof outlets and allows a substantial reduction in pipe diameters, in the number of fittings required and the number of downpipes, savings of up to 80% on vertical pipes and from 20% to 30% across the entire system.
Saving in lanbor and material are the main advantages for siphonic system.
△ The roof outlets are connected to single horizontal collector pipes that are fitted without fall and the downpipes are positioned anywhere along the building perimeter thus avoiding interference.
△ Space saving.
△ High flow velocities create a self-cleaning environment that minimizes system maintenance requirements. Low maintenance requirements.
△ The ease in directing the pipes to storage tanks makes the collection of rainwater easier for reuse in irrigation systems, fire ponds and tanks for non-potable uses in general.
△ Eco sustainability.
△ Construction programs are accelerated due to reduced installation time and less groundwork is required due to the reduced number of embedded pipes.
△ Savings in time and labor.
△ Complete control over downpipe location and absence of embedded pipes gives increased design flexibility of the siphonic system.