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Why HydroMax® are leaders in Siphonic Drainage Technology

We achieve full compliance with leading Siphonic Drainage Standards (e.g. USA/British/Singapore) and our roof drains are tested for compliance with published siphonic roof drain tests to ASME and British Standards.

  1. Designs and Supply in full compliance with BS 8490:2007 and/or ASPE/ANSI Technical Design Standard 45:2013 and/or SS 525:2006.
  2. HydroMax™ Siphonic Roof Drains tested for compliance with BS 8490:2007 and ASME/ANSI A112.6.9:2005.
  3. HydroTechnic™ Analytical Design Program tested for accuracy and compliance with the performance requirements of BS EN 12056-3:2000 by HR Wallingford.
  4. All designs made with certified and compliant piping systems.
  5. HydroTechnic™ Analytical Design Program has accurate calculations, reporting extreme hydraulic conditions (where other systems report average conditions).
  6. HydroTechnic™ calculates the system Fill Time to ensure that all systems prime within 60 seconds providing a safe drainage systems in all rainfall conditions (as per BS 8490:2007 clause 6.7).
  7. HydroTechnic™ provides the ability to calculate for submerged or restricted discharge (where the discharge pipe is below water/flood level as per BS 8490:2007 clause 8.4 and ASPE/ANSI 45:2013 clause 4.7.)
  8. Approved and Fully Trained Partners for professional design, supply and installation
  9. HydroTechnic™ program generates pipe lists/pre-fabrication drawings reducing on-site labour
  10. Unique Roof Drain has proven track record of low maintenance.

HR Wallingford – Product Testing our HydroMax Roof Drains for compliance with the performance requirements of BSEN 12056-3:2000

HR Wallingford – Testing our HydroTechnic analytical Design Software for compliance with the performance requirements of BSEN 12056-3:2000

Testing Mifab HydroMax® Drains to ASME/ANSI A112.6.9:2005

Construction Rainwater Drainage Consultancy Ltd.

  1. Testing of HydroMax Roof Drains to BS EN 12056-3:2000 and BS 8490:2007.
  2. Testing of Mifab HydroMax Drains to ASME/ANSI A112.6.9:2005
  3. Type Testing of Increase Diameters in vertical tail pipes to BS 8490:2007, Clause 8.5.2
  4. Type Testing of Increase Diameters in vertical tail pipes to ASPE Plumbing Engineering & Design Standard 45, Clause 7.10.3
  5. Testing of HydroTechnic analytical Design Software for compliance with BS EN 12056-3:2000 and BS 8490:2007
    (confrmed to have “unsurpassed accuracy”)
  6. Testing of Roof Drains for resistance to blockage for low maintenance

Advanced and extremely accurate analytical design calculation program

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