The principal benefits provided by the use of the siphonic system are:
• Higher drainage capacity.
• Use of a sole collector (or a minimum number depending on drainage) to conduct the water to the outside of the building.
• Lesser number of outlets.
• More flexibility in availability and use of interior space in the building. • Lesser diameters needed.
• There is no need of drip boxes nor collectors buried inside the building. • Flat collectors, both aerial and buried.
• Lesser civil engineering and less deep ditches outside the building, which means an important reduction of costs (30%).
• Highest easiness to recycle water by concentrating with ease al the flow in a point of the terrain without restrictions.
• Flexibility of design which allows to achieve optimal solutions.
• Interior Self-cleaning of collectors.
• Less fastenings to panels and structure.
• Less total metres of piping with in proportion with a gravity system. • Reduced necessity to move polluted earth.
• Use of non-polluting materials.
• Less risk of leaks or breakdowns.
• Design nor determined nor conditioned by the terrain slopes.
• There are no problems associated to the maintenance of interior drip boxes.
Thanks to the principle of siphonic action the size of pipes and the number of drainpipes are considerably reduced to form a very "clean" installation from an aesthetic point of view and with a less risk of impacts in the used drainpipes.
Likewise the evacuation system does not require any pending in the air collectors so the user of the building has a bigger floor space, this is specially practical in buildings with logistic purposes, but also in hospital hallways and parkings.