Sanitation


RADIAL SANITATION SYSTEM


In this system there is a central column
with two pipes. One pipe is for the supply of hot water and the other for the supply of the cold one.
These two pipes are connected with the collectors


used for the distribution of hot and cold water and are installed inside a wall cabinet existing in every bathroom and kitchen. From the collectors the distribution
of cold and hot water is accomplished through a separate line for each hydraulic receptor.
In this way the water flow is more stable and not influenced by other water supplies.
The main advantage of this system is that in case of a problem it can be replaced inside of the corrugated pipe without the slightest damage of the wall or floor. That can be done by using double fittings (brass fitting inside of plastic casket) because the pipe has not ramifications and it is double at all its length (pipe in pipe). Also, in case of a leakage we can close the corresponding valve of the collector in order for the rest installation to work. The only disadvantage of this system is that it is more expensive, because of the increased length of the pipe that is needed for installation.
Pipes that are used for this system:
RETIFLEX, FLEXITHERM and OCTATHERM.


CONVENTIONAL SANITATION SYSTEM


In this system there are no collectors for the distribution of hot and cold water. Two pipes


are running down the perimeter of the bathroom and by branching they transport hot and cold water to any hydraulic receptor. The advantage of this system is that not many meters of the pipe are required for the installation, while its disadvantages are all the advantages of the radial system.
Pipes that are used for this system:
RETIFLEX, OCTATHERM, FLEXITHERM, AL-PERT-SOL and SOLISAN.