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WHEN IS STORMWATER ATTENUATION NECESSARY?
In times of heavy rainfall public stormwater or combined sewage systems cannot take in all water at once, the pipe system's capacity is overcharged, resulting in runoff and potential floods.
With our Pipelife Stormbox System you benefit from a rainwater storage solution that is tailored to suit the soil and precipitation conditions of your individual project. In this way, your installation effectively stores runoff avoiding flooding and ensuring public stormwater and combined sewage systems are not overcharged.
Our Pipelife Stormbox is part of our Stormwater Management System, which collects and conveys rainwater through line drainage, gullies, manholes, pipes and manifolds towards an underground filter and stormwater cleaning system and finally into our Stormboxes. From there, collected water is stored, can be re-used, or released at a controlled rate.
We will help you find and design the optimal attenuation system tailored exactly to your needs.
Our Pipelife Stormbox is the heart of our stormwater management system. Comprising of light but sturdy plastic crates, they can either be used for storing (attenuation) or infiltrating water. As a modular system, the crates are easily stacked to build the required dimensions. Depending on the application, the Stormboxes are wrapped in either foil for water storage or geotextiles for slowly infiltrating water into the soil.
There are two types of Stormboxes:
Stormbox I: The optimal solution for smaller projects. Boxes are connected with clips.
Stormbox II: The latest development for bigger projects with more capacity, which can withstand higher weights and which is connected with a push-fit system (no clips).
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