Drening: plastic tunnel for rainwater infiltration and attenuation
by Nikola Tosic, 17 May 2018
Drening is a plastic tunnel in high-density polyethylene for rainwater infiltration and attenuation. It is used to create dispersion chambers with high storage capacity of rainwater, ideal in areas with groundwater near the countryside level.
A single Drening accumulates water for the equivalent of 36 PVC pipes and can be easily stacked on pallets.
Thanks to its structure and material, Drening has a high mechanical resistance, which allows installation even in areas subject to heavy traffic. It offers greater advantages compared to traditional systems while guaranteeing the same hydraulic performance and greatly expediting the installation times.