Cast Iron Halifax Soil Branch Corner - 88 Degree x 100mm
|Colour||Red Epoxy Coated|
|Life Expected||100 Years +|
|Specification||BS EN 877|
Comer branches are used to connect to branch runs of drainage coming from different directions into a main soil stack. As the name suggests, they are most commonly found in the corner of a room.
The angle of this 88 degree corner branch creates a 2 degree fall that promotes self-cleansing.
As Halifax pipes and fittings have no sockets, couplers are required to connect this branch to a pipe.
A full dimensional drawing of this product can be found in the Halifax technical catalogue.
Cast Iron Halifax Soil
Halifax Soil is a socketless cast iron drainage system used for the above ground discharge of foul drainage and rainwater. An extremely flexible system, Halifax soil can be jointed using three different coupling options.
It is manufactured to BS EN 877 and is BBA approved. Correctly installed, Halifax soil can last over 100 years. It is exceptionally strong and is resistant to high temperatures, acids, alkalis and salt spray.
The Halifax cast iron soil system will not expand, contract, combust or emit toxic fumes. It is the ideal solution for rainwater and soil stacks in large public buildings or blocks of apartments.