Vulcathene goes back to school in Bristol

Vulcathene goes back to school in Bristol

A range of Vulcathene pipework and fittings has been installed in Redland Green School, a new state-of-the-art high school in Bristol.

Located in the Redland suburb of north Bristol, Redland Green School is a £30 million development, which welcomes 945, 11 to 16 year olds and 450, 16 plus students.

Our Vulcathene chemical drainage system has been specified for domestic use throughout the school within its science laboratories.

Vulcathene was selected to meet the complex and varied chemical drainage requirements of the school’s science laboratories. Its renowned corrosion resistant properties and robust construction are designed for the safe conveyance of chemicals, making it the ideal choice for laboratory installations.

Redland Green School was completed in summer 2007, ready for the new intake of years seven, eight and twelve students for the 2007/2008 academic year.

Related news articles Vulcathene, School, Chemical Drainage, Case study