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Studor Air Admittance Valves and other Studor specialist drainage ventilation products are available worldwide via a network of subsidiaries and distributors who are on hand to give advice and practical explanations about the whole Studor product range. Whether for technical support or sales assistance, we guarantee the highest levels of customer service to ensure we provide the right product for your drainage needs. Contact us now and we will give you our closest attention.

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Can AAVs be installed externally / outside?
A commonly asked question is whether Air Admittance Valves (AAVs) can be installed outside. In the UK Part H of the Building Regulations 2010 (clause 1.33) states that "Air admittance valves should not be used outside buildings..." Reasons for this include: Temperature UV degradation Animals/birds/insects Debris As Part H of the Building Regulations 2010 does not ...Continue reading
27 April 2017 - Connecticut, USA
Dymotek, one of Studor’s manufacturers, has not only been named as “Plastics News 2016 Processor of the Year”, but has also recently been ranked “No. 6 for Best Places to ... Continue reading
CPD Article: High Rise Drainage Ventilation
The importance of the water trap seal Being the only barrier between the drainage system and the living and/or working space, it is critical that the water trap seal is maintained at all times. This protects the occupants of the building from the potentially harmful gases and pathogens which within the drainage system. All buildings, regardless of ...Continue reading