Concerning product PA6.

It is important when installing PVC pipes to PA6 that the rat blocker is not over tightened. This will cause a deformity of the PVC pipe and may eventually contribute to the blocker cannot be clamped in the pipe (the pipe is oval).

It has therefore been decided that we will only recommend the use of PA6 for concrete pipes in the future.


The series of VA-approved rat blocker/rat security TX11 produced in dimensions from Ø100 up to Ø200mm, including for CIPP lined pipe in the above dimensions. The rat blocker is made of treated stainless steel AISI 316 Installation of the rat blocker is a simple process, and is done and from ground level with the mounting-rod, regardless of depth. All rat blocker have an open bottom, so there aren’t any obstacles in the bottom channels of the well. The rat blocker is fitted with removable, reversible valves so that it can be installed in the inlet and outlet side... Read more...


Pipe sizes can be difficult to see from 3-5 m in height, tubular sheath thickness may vary, older concrete sewers can be obsolete, or there may be a sleeve installed therein. These factors can contribute to making the installation of the rat blocker difficult. We have therefore designed a measuring instrument that measures the distance between the top and bottom of drain pi... Read more...

About rats.

Why are we afraid of rats?

If you have been troubled by a rodent infestation, there are currently three effective methods that can be used to control rats.

Rats can damage to your water pipes!

The number of rats are increasing in recent years and they annually do damage for hundreds of millions.

Read more here...

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