Resistant to high temperatures and aggressive media
Manufactured using high density polyethylene (HDPE), the robust piping material, Geberit HDPE discharge pipes are appropriate for a multitude of application ranges in roof drainage systems, industry, commercial or laboratory facilities, placement in the ground, in concrete or in bridge construction. Hot water does not affect the material at temperatures of up to 80 °C – or even up to 100 °C for short periods and without mechanical load. It is resistant against around 95% of all commercially available alkalis, acids and chemicals. The pipes and fittings also withstand shocks, drops, impacts or brief pressures of up to 1.5 bar without breakage or permanent deformation.
Geberit HDPE – connections with long-term stability
Geberit HDPE pipes are available in dimensions ranging from 40mm to 315mm and in a wide assortment of fittings. Pipes and fittings can be connected using butt welding, electrofusion welding, screw connections or flanges.
Suitable for Geberit system technology
Geberit HDPE pipes and fittings are seamlessly integrated in the Geberit system with its fire protection, roof drainage and industrial systems and can be combined with these without difficulty.
Safe, environmentally friendly material
The material used, polyethylene, is environmentally friendly and completely recyclable. No toxic emissions whatsoever are released during its processing or in case of fire.