Water and sewage systems are used for water supply and sewage disposal. The water supplied to the utilities can have different parameters (purity, hardness, temperature). These parameters can be controlled centrally or locally. For example, the water can be heated centrally in the boiler room by a central hot water system or locally at each point by electric instantaneous water heaters. The control system used to control the parameters of water supplied to the utilities depends on factors such as the size and purpose of the facility, the budget of the investor for the installation and the budget for maintaining the system in operation.
When designing water and sewage systems we are well aware of what requires special attention to the local standards and legal acts, because these can vary greatly even between the countries of the European Union. These important elements influence the quality of the final project.
Dimensioning of the water supply system is usually based on the determination of flows in the given branches of the system, assuming appropriate coefficients of simultaneity depending on the type of the designed building and its purpose.
An extremely demanding and error-free task is the correct design of sewage systems. They require special attention because of the inconvenience of using a building with a faulty or improperly designed sewage system. All the rules on minimum gradients, air vents and inspection clearances must be strictly observed both during the design and at the stage of construction.
We have experience in designing waste water systems for both standard and specialized applications – e.g. installations with increased hygienic requirements in hospitals, deionized water preparation, water softening, installations with fat separators, ultra pure water preparation, vacuum rainwater drainage systems, and many others.