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Hospitals, Stadium projects, Manufacturing, Warehousing, Commercial Office, Multi-family, Places of worship… you name it – Mifab HydroMax® have done it

HydroMax® has been exclusively used by WalMart since 2006 with estimated over 1400 new stores with internal roof drains using HydroMax® to provide the storm drainage systems.

Mifab HydroMax® provides you with the tools together with an excellent design support service with an experienced team.

Mifab HydroMax® offers a web-based stand-alone HydroTechnic™ Analytical Design Software program and our advanced market-leading HydroTechnic™ Revit API plug-in.

Our highly accurate Analytical Design Software programs access is granted to USA and Canada users with our partners Mifab.

Our two program options are fully compliant with ASPE/ANSI 45 Siphonic Roof Drainage Plumbing & Engineering Design Standard which is the reference standard within both International Plumbing Code (IPC) and Uniform Plumbing Code (UPC).

View a selection of Mifab HydroMax® Siphonic Roof Drainage Projects via the link below.

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