Geberit Sovent Economical drainage for high-rise buildings

Optimised flow

The flow-optimised Geberit HDPE Sovent fittings facilitate an inexpensive layout of stacks in tall buildings. They enhance the pipe capacity several times over and dispense with the need to install a parallel ventilation pipe.

Geberit Sovent can be used as part of the Geberit Supertube System

Economical alternative

Geberit PE Sovent equalises the pressure and increases the discharge capacity
  • Has an outstanding discharge rate of 12 l/s in the dimension DN 100 and 17 l/s in the dimension DN 150
  • Patented flow guidance
  • Allows a relatively small pipe dimension of DN 100 to be used even in many high-rise buildings
  • Saves money and space in the pipe duct thanks to fewer and smaller dimensioned pipes
  • Can be combined with the Geberit HDPE and Geberit Silent-db20 drainage systems

Increased discharge capacity in a compact design

Drainage flow with conventional connection of the floor pipes to the discharge stack

Conventional connection

  • Water in the discharge stack meets water from the floor pipe
  • Rapidly changing pressure situations without additional ventilation would lead to empty suctioning or blowing of the discharge stack
  • Additional ventilating pipe required

Drainage flow with Geberit HDPE Sovent fitting in the floor pipe on the discharge stack.

Geberit HDPE Sovent fitting

  • The form separates the water of the stack and floor pipe
  • Pressure compensation takes place within the stack
  • Small stack, no additional ventilating pipe required
  • Saves costs and space

System-compatible and solid

The Geberit HDPE Sovent fitting is available for discharge stacks with a diameter of 110 or 160 mm. The fitting is manufactured from the resistant plastic HDPE and can be combined with Geberit HDPE or Geberit Silent-db20 discharge pipes.

Geberit HDPE Sovent function film

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