The sound insulation system named Kaivenience makes a major contribution to the soundproofing of sewage, wastewater and rainwater pipelines and to compliance with technical requirements. Applied to synthetic or cast-iron pipes, Kaivenience prevents vibrations from being transmitted by structures and also attenuates airborne sound.
Kaivenience is a multi-layered system based on an acoustic insulation material in combination with various coatings, which is particularly suitable for indoor and outdoor applications. At a water flow of 2 l/s in a light sewage system of plastic, Kaivenience achieves a level reduction of up to 15 dB in the installation space and up to 18 dB in the room behind the installation wall.
Just 5 to 10 mm thin, this solution developed by Kaimann is thinner than other systems and is therefore suitable even for very tight spaces. For example, if the pipe shaft is narrow or the line is close to the house wall, this thin and very flexible material can still be quickly and easily applied around the pipes, even when retrofitting as part of renovation.
Thanks to its coatings, Kaivenience is less affected by ambient conditions and damage, and integrates harmoniously into its surroundings if installed where visible.