Radon-Schutz

Quadro-Secura® E-BP

  • Single-compartment house lead-in as a round version
  • Use in unfinished structures made of waterproof concrete
  • For the following building services: gas, water, electricity and telecommunications
  • No on-site leak test in accordance with DVGW G459-1 required
  • Single-compartment house lead-in as a round version
  • Use in unfinished structures made of waterproof concrete
  • For the following building services: gas, water, electricity and telecommunications
  • No on-site leak test in accordance with DVGW G459-1 required
  • Regulation-compliant floor slab penetration
  • Leak-tight against gas and pressing water
  • Infinitely variable modular gaskets for water and energy
  • Easy installation
  • Light component weight
  • No on-site leak test in accordance with DVGW G459-1 required
  • Subsequent replacement of pipes possible (relining)
  • Can be used for all standard flexible gas house lead-in combinations
  • DVGW-approved
  • Optionally, methane gas resistant design is available
  • Optional installation in accordance with DIN 18195/DIN 18533 possible
  • Connection option for rigid or flexible jacket pipes DN 90; larger or smaller diameters are possible via expansion sleeves or reductions
  • Suitable for immediate installation in the floor slab or for later retrofitting in a cut-out in the floor slab
  • For supply lines with O ≥ 50 mm we recommend using the Quadro-Secura® ADS
  • Cast-in part consisting of plastic casing DN 100 and one connecting sleeve including 3 m bend-resistant jacket pipe,
  • nominal/outer diameter 90 (inner diameter 78) and heightadjustable rod.
  • Alternatively also available with 6 m, 10 m or 15 m bend-resistant pipe
  • The building service is given a dummy plug that is leak-tight against gas and pressing water
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