Anti-Flood Valve Type 3 – Benefits and Advantages

Application and Benefits – Napan Anti-Flood Valve Type 3

The Napan Anti-Flood Valve Type 3 is an advanced and flexible product designed to protect drainage systems against the backflow of sewage, including blackwater.

Benefits of Napan Anti-Flood Valve Type 3:

  • Certified according to EN 13.564 for all types of wastewater
  • CE-approved in all 33 CEN member countries
  • Disigned for installation inside buildings as well as outside buildings
  • Suitable for both new constructions as well as older piping systems
  • Can be installed on exposed piping, pipes under flooring as well underground pipes outside buildings
  • Easy to install on excising piping, as the base of the valve smoothly and evenly aligns with the base of the pipe
  • Straight and edgeless bottom of the device means lower cleaning and service requirements
  • Height 325 mm
  • Limited need for mechanical service – the built-in control and monitoring unit will notify you when the device needs to be serviced
  • Works even in the event of loss of mains electricity supply thanks to the built-in backup battery
  • Prevents electrolytic deposits on the valve with the specially designed sensor system
  • Reliable construction with an electronic sensor and a single cable between the valve and its control box
  • Causes no additional resistance in the piping system flow – the valve is 100% open when not activated
  • Easily installable without an electrician, as all electrical parts are 18V and the unit can be connected to the mains with a standard charger
  • Ready for installation in intelligent buildings and smart cities since the device is prepared for communication simply by inserting a SIM card
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