Marley offers the dBlue acoustic plumbing system to reduce waste system noise in buildings.
To assist with this noise-reduction initiative, Marley offers offers the dBlue plumbing system suitable for sanitary and drainage applications. This system also has high temperature resistance , so is ideal for use in circumstances such as commercial kitchens.
- A multi-layer wall structure that reduces noise and absorbs vibrations
- Resistant to waste temperatures ( up to 90°down to -10°) and chemical compounds
- Robust fittings- pre installed rubber rings
- No lagging required
- 100% recyclable
- 10 year warranty
The polypropylene pipes, combined with a rubber ring jointing system, allow for additional flexibility and can also be used in conjunction with Marley’s OPTIM® DWV sanitary uPVC system for branch connections.
dBlue is BRANZ appraised – No.610
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|Pipes 50, 75, 110 and 160mm 1 and 3m length|
|Socket Cap 50,75,110 to 160mm|
|Couplers 50/75/110/160mm Slip and stop couplers available|
|PP/uPVC transition adaptors PP 50mm to uPVC 40mm PP 50mm to uPVC 50mm PP 75mm to uPVC65mm|
|Acoustic brackets 50, 75, 110 to 160mm|
|Bend 50, 75, 110 to 160mm 15 to 18 degrees|
|Floor waste gully 110/50/50/50/75mm|
|Junctions 45° "Y" and 88° "T" Junctions 50,75,110 to 160mm|
|Reducers 50, 75, 110 to 160mm|
Air-borne noise reduction
- PP-Md material
- Triple layer pipe
Acoustic vibration reduction
- Tight rubber ring connection between pipe and fitting
Structure-borne noise reduction
- dBlue® acoustic bracket with rubber lining
- Pipe and fittings from PP-Md
Compliance and Testing:
dBlue is designed to be installed in accordance with AS/NZS 3500.2
The system complies with AS/NZS 7671 and has Watermark certification. The dBlue system has been developed under and a ISO 9001 quality management system and ISO 14001 environmental management system.
Comparative testing with uPVC and lagging based on using 13mm plasterboard and R1.5 insulation batts.
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