Buy a 110mm Soil Mushroom Vent Cowl Here
A Mushroom Vent Cowl is a domed plastic fitting which allows air to escape without letting water or debris in. From the top the domed surface allows water to run off of it, but from the bottom it attaches to a 110mm push fit pipe. There’s a gap at the bottom of the dome which will allow air to escape.
Usually the vent is used at the top of the soil stack, above roof level, where it will allow gasses to escape without the smell being noticed by anyone else. The mushroom vent simply pushed into the top of the pipe, however a solvent weld cement can be used to glue it on for a more secure fit.
The product is lightweight (less than 0.5kg) and is made from PVC plastic. PVC offers good heat and chemical resistance properties.
The vent cowls come in three colours. Black, grey and white. However we don’t keep white in stock so please call us if you require this colour and we’ll get back to you with price and availability.
You’ll commonly find vent cowls fitted not only to a normal house, but they’re often also used on caravans, boats, barges, outhouses, chicken sheds, farm buildings and even for attenuation systems to allow air to escape.
Buying and installing soil pipe fittings such as soil mushroom vent cowls to you or your customer’s home is among the most hygienic approaches to eliminate toilet and kitchen waste out of your own residence. Most commonly in black, soil pipe systems link to a bathroom by way of a pan connector, and then run in addition to the outside of the home and allow waste water to flow into your sewerage system.
The thing about soil pipes and fittings such as push fit soil mushroom vent cowls, is they transfer waste water and this material releases smelly gasses, which explains why the pipe system needs to be controlled in several ways. A push fit soil mushroom vent cowl allows air into and out of the soil stack system, without rainwater from getting in.
It is always wisest to study your kitchen or toilet waste system BEFORE ordering your soil pipe and fittings. Special connectors must be bought with your soil pipes you can connect them. These connectors are known as couplers or joiners, and are also available to purchase at EasyMerchant. It’s critical that you hire an installer or plumber who is familiar with these pipes. Connecting them can be tricky, but with the proper equipment and know how it’s a piece of cake.
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