Thursday, 4 June 2020

Wavin protagonist at the Museum of the Future in Dubai with Tegra inspection chambers

A renewed and profound commitment to collaborate with administrators, engineers, designers and installers to help make cities truly future-proof, with comfortable and energy-efficient buildings. Wavin's new purpose goes well with the development of the Dubai Museum of the Future, a building with a technological soul that will present itself as a real hub destined to face and deepen some of the most important issues related to sustainability, including climate change.

Designed in 2015 by the architecture firm Killa Design with the aim of being ready for the inauguration of Expo 2020, the Museum of the Future will occupy a privileged position among the Emirates Towers and will be characterized by extremely complex architecture, with a structure set up from 2,400 steel elements intersected diagonally between them, made possible thanks to the use of Building Information Modeling (BIM).


The orientation towards innovation and sustainability that has characterized all the phases of the design of Museum of the Future is also important in the specific sector of Storm Water Management and foul water transport, crucial for protecting both human health and 'environment. It is no coincidence that the Desert Group contractor has chosen, among the many solutions available on the market, the Tegra 600 inspection chambers.



Perfect solutions to become the supporting structure of any sewage system, thanks to their ease of installation, minimum maintenance and high performance throughout their useful life, Tegra bases do not require accurate horizontal or vertical alignment, as the connections are made by coupling sleeves with spherical adjustment in every direction up to 7.5°. The Tegra range also includes specific models for smooth-walled PVC or double-walled PP pipes and basic elements for connection in all directions. The possibility of varying the direction of the flow with angles from 0° to 90°, both on the left and on the right, also ensures maximum versatility.
Tegra bases are characterized by a flat base element with double bottom, designed to simplify the leveling of the chamber into the trench and eliminate flow variations even when soil and water are in critical conditions. The Tegra corrugated pipes are light, practical to be mounted inside the base and can be easily cut to size. The wavy structure also allows excellent grip with the ground to ensure better adaptation to various climatic conditions (freeze/thaw, variation of the water table level, etc.).


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