Drainwell Leach Drain Module
PLASTIC LEACH DRAINS SUPPLIED BY NOVAPLAS
What Is A Leach Drain?
Plastic leach drains are tube-like structures made of either plastic or concrete and buried underground. Seepage holes in the sides and base also assist with seepage of effluent. The leach drain design is governed by a number of factors.
These factors can include:
- the size of the leach drain,
- amount of liquid waste to be disposed of,
- type of soil around it,
- how it is built.
IMPORTANT: Every Novaplas Drainwell Leach Drain module is supplied with a base, also known as a bottom panel. What’s more, this base panel will increase the life cycle of your system.
The Drainwell Septic Drain Field System has a very effective infiltration surface area. As a result, septic effluent can permeate into the ground at a faster rate than other types of septic leach drains. To stop sand filling the leach drain modules, the modules are specifically wrapped in geo cloth filter wrap. Effluent from Septic tanks is disposed of through Leach Drains. Read More...
Pipe connection is very simple due to a 90mm cut out guide and a 150mm cut out guide in the Drainwell panels. The Drainwell Plastic Septic leech drain will accommodate up to 225mm OD PVC pipe.
Drainwell Plastic Leach Drains are used for either new builds or existing homes and buildings. These leach drains are made for rapid disposal of effluent from septic systems. They can also be used for plastic soakwells. Some examples of applications where leach drains are used include:
- Residential houses
- Residential sub-divisions
- Commercial projects
Are Drainwell Plastic Leach Drains Approved for use by the Dept. of Health WA ?
Yes, the Department of Health WA has approved Drainwell Modules for use specifically as Leach Drains.
Who makes Drainwell Plastic Leach Drains ?
Novaplas Group in Canning Vale manufactures Drainwell Leach Drains as well as Polypropylene Soakwells.
Plastic Leach Drain Size
Drainwell modules are 755mm (long) x 400mm (wide) x 440mm (high).
The modules are placed either end-on-end, or side-by-side to achieve the required length.
Leach Drain Kit Assembly
First, place 1 x Large Panel onto a firm flat surface and insert 3 x small panels with the 400mm side (side with long pins) into the large panel. Use a rubber mallet, if required, to lightly tap and lock the panels together at every stage.
Then, place a large panel on to the top of the small panels.
Now, turn the module over and place a large panel on to the top.
Once the above step is completed, turn the module over and place final panel onto the top of the module.
Leach Drain Design
Plastic vs Concrete Leach Drains
- Drainwell Leach Drains are generally more cost effective than concrete leach drains. This is due to factors including the manufacturing process, as well as transport costs.
- Plastic Leach Drains are light weight and as a result very easy to install. On the other hand, concrete leach drains are heavy and generally need a lifting machine during the leach drain installation.
- Furthermore, Plastic Leach Drains are supplied as an unassembled leach drain kit to minimize transport costs.
- Drainwell leach drains are made from 100% recycled materials, therefore, they are environmentally friendly.
- Plastic leach drains are also chemically inert. As a result, they are not affected by harmful chemicals and will not split or decay.
- Concrete leach drains have steel reinforcing bars internally which provide the needed strength for the structural walls. Consequently, the steel bars could rust and cause the leach drain to break down and fail.
Drainwell Leach Drains have a rapid assembly and installation procedure so that your project can be completed quickly.
Are You Still Searching For Plastic Leach Drains In Perth?
Call Novaplas Group today for a leach drain price. 08 6250 3000
(08) 6250 3000 / (03) 5444 4889
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PLASTIC LEACH DRAIN BENEFITS:
⇒ Made from 100% recycled materials, therefore, unharmed by chemicals.
» Flat packed, Easy to handle, as well as easy to Transport
⇒ The modules are light weight, hence assembly is easy
» Drainwell Leach Drains are also simple to install
⇒ Panels clip together easily by hand.
» Greater capacity due to large module size
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