Sanitation Plumbing, Design, Installation and Restoration Services
For a building to operate efficiently, it needs to have proper plumbing and sanitary infrastructure. At Hampshire, we are experienced in designing and installing modern septic tank systems, supplying you with guidance on the most appropriate size and place for your tank, and ensuring that sanitary tanks are properly managed and work well for homes and businesses of all sizes.
We also provide a variety of plumbing and sanitation services to ensure that your toilets are properly flushed and that your drains and pipes remain unblocked, ensuring you and your tenants stay healthy.
At Hampshire Plumbers, we recruit specialist plumbers to supply you with skilled sanitation facilities and services that takes the particular needs and demands of residential, business, and industrial premises into consideration.
We provide regular and scheduled maintenance services for both plumbing and pipework structures as well as emergency repairs and one-off servicing.
Quality Equipment for Sanitary Plumbing
The sanitary system consists of the entire pipe system, fittings, and devices for water supply and drainage.
The sanitary water supply system consists of water supply, drainage pipes, taps, valves, tanks, etc. The water drainage system consists of washbasins, toilets, urinals, siphons, drain pipes, ventilation pipes, sewage tanks, etc.
Soil Pipes and Waste Pipes
These pipes remove sewage and grey water from the building; they are connected to a common sewage system.
The pipes are usually found outside of the building.
The main use of floor and sewage pipes is the removal of waste from toilets, washbasins, showers, and bathrooms.
They are equipped with upper ventilation pipes to remove odours.
Traditionally, cast iron floor pipes and sewer pipes were used, but now PVC pipes are more common.
The pipes are usually found outside of the building.
These pipes are attached to the roof or in the open space above the building, and they are used to remove or collect rainwater.
Rainwater drainage pipes are pulled to the ground level during removal, or they are connected to a rainwater collection network or rainwater tank.
They are usually made of PVC material.
Drainage Systems in Buildings
Wastewater comes from showers, sinks, sinks, washing machines, and the like. This is also called grey water.
Usually, pipes with a diameter of at least 75 mm are used for sewage disposal.
Soil or sewage water comes from toilets and urinals. This is also known as black water.
For sewage, pipes with a diameter of at least 100 mm are used.
When laying in a horizontal position, water pipes should be laid with a greater slope (e.g. 1:40), as they contain solids. They can be made of iron or PVC.
WHY CHOOSE US
A sewage treatment plant is recommended to remove large amounts of sewage.It is a sewage processing plant and uses it to produce sludge or relatively clean water.This treated water can be used for landscaping and even HVAC cooling towers, but it is definitely not for drinking or washing.
What is Sewage Backup?
A sewage backup is the overflow of sewage from equipment or plumbing facilities within an establishment. If there is a sewage backup, an imminent health hazard may exist that requires immediate correction. It creates a crisis situation that requires immediate actions; sometimes, ceasing operations to prevent danger to the health of employees and customers is required.
Who Provides Plumbing Facilities
The landlord has to provide you with running water and plumbing facilities to use. You need to have a working toilet, a shower, and a bathroom. You need to have at least one sink where you can do dishes and wash up. These facilities can come in unconventional interior layouts, but they must be present or your landlord is breaking the law.
Sign of Problem with Sanitary Plumbing
Watch out for the following signs: leaky taps, water taps that do not fully close/open, water running thin when taps are open, visible cracks on the sink/toilet, mould under/around the sanitation fixtures, mildew over the metal parts, showerhead with blocked nozzles, toilet not flushing completely, toilet taking a lot of time to drain out, sinks draining slowly, rust on the plumbing or on the exterior of the plumbing, and finally water leaking from the main valves.
Signs of Sewage Backup
Your establishment has a sewage backup if there is any of these conditions present: standing water/sewage is in drains; restrooms have toilets that do not flush or have sewage overflowing; wastewater from dish machine or sinks is not draining or is spilling onto floors; the grease trap is not functioning or employees are walking in sewage; water is overflowing everywhere.
Our experts will solve them in no time.
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A Summary of our Plumbing Services Related to this page
- plumbing facilities
- technical plumbing
- sewage disposal
- sanitation facilities
- quality sanitation
- plumbing water
- sewage water contaminants
- sewage backup
- connected toilets
- sanitation needs
- quality sanitation products
- sanitary engineering
- standard practical plumbing
- septic tank
- domestic sanitary engineering
- plumbing engineering
- toilet water
- cleaning products
- sewer water
- open defecation