Components for the wells

 
Price-list for standard parts and components for assembly wells from "KORSIS" pipe (January 1, 2012)

List of equipment for polyethylene wells

Neck

The neck serves as a transition from 1000-1200 mm to 620 mm, during the installation and after dusting a concreting mould or concrete base plate for the manhole is placed on the surrounding soil (Fig. 3).
The neck comes in two versions:

  • concentric for the diameter of the working chamber of 1000 mm (Fig. 1)
  • eccentric for the diameter of the working chamber of 1200 mm (Fig. 2)

Figure 1 — Drawing of concentric neck for diameter of the working chamber of 1000 mm
Figure 1 — Drawing of concentric neck for diameter of the working chamber of 1000 mm

Figure 2 — Drawing of eccentric neck for diameter of the working chamber of 1200 mm
Figure 2 — Drawing of eccentric neck for diameter of the working chamber of 1200 mm

Photo 1 — Concentric neck for 1000 mm pit
Photo 1 — Concentric neck for 1000 mm pit

Photo 2 — Eccentric neck for 1200 mm pit
Photo 2 — Eccentric neck for 1200 mm pit

Photo 3 — Eccentric neck for diameter of the working chamber of 1200 mm
Photo 3 — Eccentric neck for diameter of the working chamber of 1200 mm

O-Ring: Designed for a tight connection of the neck to the well body. Sealing rubber rings of a special design are set between the ribs, and a sealing profile («tongue») of the rubber ring should be placed in the opposite direction of the pipe input in the neck.


Figure 3. Connection drawing of cap and well body.


Photo 4. Complete well with a conical neck 1000 mm. This neck is set on the well pit with an O-ring. The neck serves as a transition from 1000 mm to 620 mm, during the installation and after dusting a concreting mould or concrete base plate for the manhole is placed on the surrounding soil.


Photo 5. Assembly well equipped with a neck.


Photo 6. Concreting mould.


Photo 7. Concreting mould, example of use


Photo 8. At the request of the customer a steel staircase with a polymer coating is welded into the well pit.


Figure 4. On-site tie-in.

If you need to cut into the well pit on site, you can use the on-site tie-in, consisting of two elements:

  • Sealing cup
  • Halfcoupling for tie-in.

A hole is cut in the well pit with an end cutter the required diameter, then a sealing cup and special half-coupling are inserted. Possible diameters of on-site tie-in are 110, 160 and 200 mm.