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Architects

The Studor System and Products are a Sustainable Solution

Improve the sustainability and aesthetics of the next building you design by using our Air Admittance Valves (AAVs) and, for multi-storey (over 10 floors) and high rise buildings, our Studor System.

No ventilation pipes will need to protrude from the roof or walls of the building. Of course, this also improves insulation and the overall roof integrity, reducing energy consumption by limiting heat loss through open vent pipes. Plus, using AAVs also means much less pipework, so saving both the environment and costs for materials and installation time.

The High Rise Specialists

In addition to standard AAVs, we offer the Studor System, which incorporates both Studor AAVs and the Studor P.A.P.A. (Positive Air Pressure Attenuator), perfect for high rise buildings and those that are over 10 storeys high.

The Studor System is a revolutionary ‘world-first’ system developed to resolve the problems of positive and negative pressures (transients/back-pressure) within the drainage systems of multi-storey and high rise developments. Whether you are an architect or a drainage system engineer, the Studor System has brought the design of plumbing venting systems into the 21st century, thus allowing you to simplify your sanitary waste systems with many benefits.

Specifying Studor

If you are an architect, make sure you specify Studor. Our Studor System will allow you greater freedom of design, removing the limitations and restrictions of a passive drainage system and allowing your creativity to know no limits. The benefits to your client will include saving time and money at the outset, as well as preventing future drainage problems.

Please use the Contact Us page to locate our subsidiary or distributor in your country for further information and support with selecting and specifying Studor products.