Two-plane Cross front outlet 87.5 RTP
“RTP” sewer two-plane cross of 110 mm diameter for installation of the indoor sewerage. An available Hole size into // outlet under pipe is 50 mm on the right or left. “RTP” crosses made of polypropylene and polymer copolymer are applied for the household sewerage at max. 80ºС of the permanent discharges and at 95ºС of the temporary ( within 1 min.) discharges when a maximum flow level is 30 l/min. The two-plane cross is used for sewage discharge from two planes of premises, as well as for removal of the aggressive waters. MOL get flexibility. Our motto ‘get flexibility’ is not only about flexible products, but also is an expression of mutual development together with the customer that leads to a successful and sustainable partnership that results from flexibility and commitment. A long-term experience and monitored quality systems (including DIN ISO 9001:2008) guarantee the highest possible safety and reliability.
LLC “RTP” was founded in Y2005 as a manufacturer of plastic pipes and fittings according to the demands of the Russian and foreign markets. The plant is located in the Moscow region, Yegoryev district, vil. Lelechi, 47, where the first shop was built in Y20015 and the modern European equipment for production of the plastic pipes and fittings were installed.
All technical staff of LLC “RTP” completed preparation courses and tutorials in the European plants of equipment suppliers and obtained the applicable quality certificates. The foreign specialists were invited to perform such works as well. We use the best raw materials, meet the highest standards of production and perform product quality control.
When placed in a project, the family fills in the specifications. The family uses common parameters in accordance with the Autodesk BIM 2.0 standard.
To use the program you must first install Autodesk Revit application.
To use the family in the project, you must extract the files with extension rfa from archive and save to computer.
- After the installation procedure, run the Autodesk Revit;
- Go to tab Insert;
- Next, using the command Load Family, specify the family file unpacked from the archive;
- Position the family in the project.
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