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Prevent damage with the Staufix backwater valve


Backwater occurs again and again. Many builders and home owners are at risk of backwater damage. Property and asset damage due to backwater and flooding has never been greater than it is today. In addition, municipalities and insurance companies do not accept any responsibility and are not liable in case of damage. Yet protection against backwater can be achieved very easily and effectively – with the Staufix backwater valve, which has now been improved to be even better.

Staufix backwater valve for flooding protection

Installation even more convenient

The new Staufix comes with removable in- and out-lets for easy installation, especially during renovations. It also has an integrated upper section with continuous height adjustment for installation in a concrete slab/floor, and the possibility of fitting in waterproof concrete. Apart from the basic version, there is also the Staufix Control. This second model type is equipped with a signal sensor that triggers an alarm if backwater is detected. This offers home owners even greater security.

The new Staufix is much more compact than its predecessor. The one-handed snap closure on the cover and the additional nominal width Ø 100 mm make this new product very easy to handle. So the new Staufix once again sets the standard in backwater protection!

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Installation easy in concrete slabs

Thanks to the new installation set with vertically adjustable upper section, installing the Staufix backwater valve in a concrete slab/floor is particularly clean and convenient. Three different extension sections ensure additional flexibility for the installation. The upper section is available with a black cover or a recessed cover for on-site tiling.

Eurodrain Staufix backwater valve can be installed in concrete slab or wastewater pipe

Removable two-way socket

The new two-way sockets are removable and making installation of the Staufix easier and faster than ever before. The sockets and spigots are available in the same sizes or different inlet and outlet sizes – and can be individually combined with two different drain bodies. The two-way sockets thus fit flexibly on all pipes. This is especially practical if old pipes have to be joined to new pipes for structural alteration or renovation work.

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Staufix Control with alarm

The new Staufix Control is particularly smart. It is equipped with an audible alarm, which emits a visual and an acoustic warning signal in the event of backwater. This means that home owners are in full control – and always know what is happening in the basement.

Eurodrain Staufix emits warning signals if backwater levels too high

Tool-free servicing 

The new Staufix is equipped with a one hand quick-release closure, which makes the cover particularly easy to open and close. For convenient maintenance without tools.

 

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