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Article Date: 18th January 2019

Purus’ V220 Sediment Traps Installed at the Royal Opera House

Sediment Traps - Royal Opera House - Stainless Steel Sanitaryware

Purus - V220 Sediment Traps Installed at the Royal Opera House

Purus, the Swedish manufacturer of floor gullies for wetrooms as well as stainless steel sanitaryware and drainage solutions, have recently supplied their V220 Sediment Trap for use at the Royal Opera House. The Royal Opera House is a major performing arts venue in Covent Garden, central London and Purus are proud to have their products featured in the prestigious venue.

Purus’ V220 Sediment Trap, as well as their V55 Plaster Separator, is designed to stop materials such as plaster and sand being flushed through the waste outlet, preventing any blockage of the sewage pipes by such substances. Instead, solid particles are separated from the water and are held back in the bottom of the stainless steel containers, which are then easily detached for emptying and cleaning.

Due to these qualities, the V220 Sediment Traps have not only been installed in the prestigious Royal Opera House, but also many art facilities such as Leeds Beckett University’s art studios and the Camberwell College of Arts, amongst a number of other Universities, Colleges and Art Schools. They are also ideal for dentists and hospitals.

For further information on Purus’ stainless steel V55 Plaster Separators and V220 Sediment Traps, alongside information on all of their other products, please use the email option below:

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