New Plymouth, New Zealand - WaStop DN1400

High Water Levels
Location: 
New Plymouth, New Zealand
Customer: 
New Plymouth City Council
Problem: 

High river levels forcing its way back up the outfall was causing flooding in New Plymouth. 

Solution: 

A WaStop DN1400 was fitted to a stormwater outfall to prevent flooding caused by high river levels back flowing up the outfall. According to the fitters, City Care New Plymouth, the installation was smooth and swift, and they used a digger to lower the WaStop into position. The existing pipe was DN1600, so to meet the customer’s requirements and reduce the pipe diameter to DN1400, an adapting flange in PE was produced. 

New Plymouth, New Zealand - WaStop DN1400

Location: New Plymouth, New Zealand 

Customer: New Plymouth City Council 

Problem:  

High river levels forcing its way back up the outfall was causing flooding in New Plymouth. 

Solution:  

A WaStop DN1400 was fitted to a stormwater outfall to prevent flooding caused by high river levels back flowing up the outfall. According to the fitters, City Care New Plymouth, the installation was smooth and swift, and they used a digger to lower the WaStop into position. The existing pipe was DN1600, so to meet the customer’s requirements and reduce the pipe diameter to DN1400, an adapting flange in PE was produced. 

 

Thanks to Hygrade Products New Zealand for supplying this information. www.hygrade.net.nz 

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