Triton Aqua Channel End Outlet

Triton
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This enables water to be discharged from the Aqua Channel into a 'P’ trapped gulley or to a soak away, and is fitted to the end of a section of Aqua Channel. The Universal Channel End Outlet should not be used to drain water from the Aqua Channel directly into foul drainage or into a stack pipe due to the risk of pungent smells entering the Aqua Channel system.


Triton Aqua Channel is a PVC drainage conduit designed to control water ingress in below ground situations. It is fitted around the perimeter of the floor at the vulnerable wall/floor junction and is particularly suited for use in conjunction with Isola Platon cavity drain membranes. Water entering the building through the walls is controlled behind the Platon membrane, and diverted down to the Aqua Channel at the base of the wall. The water enters the Aqua Channel through pre-drilled drainage holes and must then be diverted to a suitable drainage point, either natural, or a sump and mechanical pump. As a general rule a minimum of one sump/discharge point is required for every 50 linear metre run of Triton Aqua Channel.

This enables water to be discharged from the Aqua Channel into a 'P’ trapped gulley or to a soak away, and is fitted to the end of a section of Aqua Channel. The Universal Channel End Outlet should not be used to drain water from the Aqua Channel directly into foul drainage or into a stack pipe due to the risk of pungent smells entering the Aqua Channel system.


Triton Aqua Channel is a PVC drainage conduit designed to control water ingress in below ground situations. It is fitted around the perimeter of the floor at the vulnerable wall/floor junction and is particularly suited for use in conjunction with Isola Platon cavity drain membranes. Water entering the building through the walls is controlled behind the Platon membrane, and diverted down to the Aqua Channel at the base of the wall. The water enters the Aqua Channel through pre-drilled drainage holes and must then be diverted to a suitable drainage point, either natural, or a sump and mechanical pump. As a general rule a minimum of one sump/discharge point is required for every 50 linear metre run of Triton Aqua Channel.