Network Protection (sewerage)

Valves and hydrants

Pipeline protection

Water pipeline protection is ensured by sewage pipeline protection. Following the same principles as for the protection of water pipelines, this is achieved using air valves.

Air valves

Air valves are used to protect waste water networks by evacuating air that has become trapped in pipelines. A welded steel, epoxy coated body, and a mobile part that is made entirely of plastic, ensure they have excellent resistance to corrosion. Their use allows savings to be made on mains laying : the pipe can follow the contours of the land, thereby avoiding extra costs (trench shoring, groundwater lowering, etc.) associated with having to dig very deep in order to follow a regular mains profile.
  • Air valve PFA 10 bar for waste water : simple, double or triple function

 

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  • Air valves - Saint-Gobain PAM - water - sewage
  • Air valves - Saint-Gobain PAM - water - sewage
Solutions

Sewerage Valves

Sewerage Valves

Completing the water cycle and linking to industry
 
Sewerage valves complete the water cycle, from its source to use by industry. A specialist in ductile iron materials and coatings, Saint­-Gobain PAM has designed sewerage valves that can accept different types of fluids and thereby meet customers' specific requirements.
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Network Protection

Equipment for pipeline protection

Pipeline protection is a very precise, technical field, requiring various calculations and adjustments. The multidisciplinary PAM team works in close partnership with its customers to identify the right solutions for the requirements at hand.

Conforming to standard EN 1074, the range of PAM valves, hydrants, couplings and flange adaptors ensure that water networks are properly regulated in a safe way.

 
 
Available products
  • Single and double air valves
  • Control valves
  • Needle valves
  • Filters, check valves and strainers
  • Reservoir equipment

 

Valve ranges

  • Air Valves: protecting pipelines from adverse effects caused by air accumulation
  • Neddle Vavles: modulating water flow rate and pressure
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