Lighter in weight, lighter on maintenance requirements, lighter on installation time and labor, and lighter in lifetime system costs. SeaDrain® White is the new best in class piping system solution for black and grey water applications in marine passenger vessels.
SeaDrain® White was engineered from the beginning with today’s marine drainage applications in mind. Long-term system sustainability and passenger safety were critical considerations in the system design. The complete system ranges in size from 1-1/2” to 6” (DN40 - DN150), and includes all the components required to complete any installation.
SeaDrain® White is suitable for cruise ships, passenger ferries, and luxury yacht installations, in both new build and retrofit construction. As a plastic piping system, SeaDrain® White offers numerous advantages over traditional metal systems and will provide a long, maintenance free life. Installation of the system is eased by the lightweight components, the reduced need for pipe hangers, and the option of two simple joining methods.
The SeaDrain® piping system is manufactured in the USA and approved for use by ABS, DNV-GL, Lloyd’s Register and RINA. It is also NSF-certified and ASTM D635-compliant
UV-resistant, no paint needed
SeaDrain’s® bright white external coloring includes additives for UV resistance against discoloration, negating the need for external paint. Therefore, both pleasing aesthetics and reduced work hours are achieved across an install of up to 24,000 ft of balcony piping alone.
Easy to install
With a single tool, Fast-Lock® is quick and easy to install for line sizes 4” (DN100) and below. Automated electrofusion is available in all sized 1½” (DN40) to 6” (DN150).
Multiple jointing technologies
With multiple jointing options, SeaDrain® White makes it easy to transition between food prep (USPH) and general use application spaces.
Increased safety on board
SeaDrain® is produced from a light, flexible, tough and corrosion-free high-performance polymer. To reduce the risk of bacterial contamination of the ship, factory tests in excess of 100 psi have been conducted.