Keraflo float valves attract military attention

Effective control of water levels in cold-water and rainwater tanks in upgraded military accommodation is to be provided by Keraflo float valves.
Keraflo Aylesbury K type float valves are being installed to control water levels in tanks throughout the PFI Allenby/Connaught project. Over the course of this 10-year build and refurbishment programme, some 600 valves are to be supplied. The valves and GRP water-storage tanks made by POW Processes of Water are being supplied by BSS. The tanks are WRAS approved and include one-piece and sectional pre-insulated cisterns. The tanks are used for cold water, with standard air gaps, and for rainwater harvesting make-up systems. The rainwater tanks, have two valves, one for rainwater and one for mains water with type AB air gap. Project Allenby/Connaught will provide modern living and working accommodation for 18 500 military personnel in garrisons across Salisbury Plain and Aldershot.
For more information on this story, click here: March08, 82
Related links:
Related articles:

modbs tv logo

Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS) Smart Check launched to boost competence and fight fraud

Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS) has developed a ‘Smart Check’ app to help construction site operators verify the identities and qualifications of more than two million skills card holders. 

MBS attends the BESA launch of ‘safe havens’ blueprint for air quality

The Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) has completed its trilogy of free guides designed to help building owners and managers turn their buildings into ‘safe havens’ that protect occupants from health risks linked to airborne contaminants and viruses.