Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Seal-in technology of ACO promises dense drainage channels according to DIN … – Baulinks

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(06.29.2016) Surface water is made by means of drainage channels
 different reasons collected – primarily to dewater
 Areas but also …

  • for protection of structures,

  • the protection of groundwater,

  • to maximize safety on roads, paths and squares
     and / or

  • as a natural delivery to the soil by infiltration from
     technical or soil-specific reasons it is not possible.

The effluent contains traffic areas surface water strong
 Impurities and by tire wear, brake dust and oil
 Gasoline traces are caused. Deposits of exhaust gases and to
 carry building surfaces and diffuse heavy metal inputs by Components
 today also to load in the groundwater. serve in this sense
 various laws, regulations and recommendations to protect the environment – including …

  • Water Act (CWA), as transnational
     Framework law,

  • the country’s water laws of the federal states,

  • the DWA-M 153 and

     DIN EN 1433. ‘/ Li>

“standard tight from the outset” were

Probate means for receiving and removing surface water and drainage channels. Produced
 annually in polymer concrete, concrete, plastic or metal more than 1
 Million meters in Germany dropped from reputable manufacturers. The installation
 is easy, because due to the modular design (standard length of 1 m)
 they can be strung together to form a strand. If such a
 Dewatering strand with a length of e.g. 50 m laid arise
 but equally
 many channel collisions. If these interfaces are not sealed, is the
 collected water Although targeted but not without losses
 Further processing or -Use derived. an over the gutter shocks
 reach of the water in the soil. Against this background, the
 ACO Tiefbau Vertrieb GmbH the gutter ACO Drain Multi LineSeal-in
  presented. (For the record: The engliche “seal” means something like Siegel,
 Sealing or technical seal.)


the development of the Seal-in technology had the objective of contaminated
 to collect surface water and if possible without loss of treatment or
 (Re-) transmit using.

  • What is dense?

  • How is tightness defined?

  • How can channel collisions sealed permanently and economically

 DIN EN 1433 must gem at a tightness test. Section 9.3.6.
 in constructively provided wetted cross section watertightness for
 30 minutes ± 30 sec be detected.. With conventional gutters without
 integrated seal this is only an additional operation after
 laying the gutter elements on the construction site possible. If this happens
 not, the tightness is not usually given. So it comes through leaky
 Rinne shocks to pollutants in soil and groundwater. In a
 Long-term test at
 IKT – Institute for Underground Infrastructure in Gelsenkirchen
 demonstrated by contrast, that of the ACO
 Drain Multi Line with Seal-in technology are no leaks – so in
 Installed state no water is discharged to the ground.

ACOs Seal-in technology is defined essentially by the
 Formation of the gutter body made of polymer concrete to the end faces as well as the
 used and factory installed EPDM sealing profiles. In addition to
 through the use of the associated Seal-in-silicone grease as a lubricant
 the juxtaposition setting the channel body can be facilitated.

The future with Seal in technology

With the development of ACO Drain Multi Line with Seal-in technology ACO has the
 realized the first step of a phased program, the
 the total range of ACO drain Drainage channels gradually both nationally and internationally
 should follow. With the presentation of the first Seal-in-drainage channel on the
 IFAT (from 30.5.
 to 03.06.2016 in Munich) and the
 GaLaBau (14th
 to 17.09.2016 in Nuremberg) wants ACO the starting signal for the Mission
 enter “standard tight from the beginning”.

 for more information about
 ACO Drain Multi LineSeal-in can be made by
  email to ACO are required

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