Standard dimensions (l x w x h) 1000x250x185mm, 1000x250x235mm, 1000x250x285mm, 1000x250x335mm, 1000x250x385mm
 
 
 

Traffic Drain is a strong and robust composite slot linear drainage channel system suitable for highway applications and fast moving vehicles.

Each 500mm-long top unit has six inlet apertures and inclined side walls to enable surfacing materials to provide enhanced restraint.

Base units are can be 500 or 1000mm long, and are available in a range of depths, depending on drainage requirements.

The system is compatible with Marshalls Mini Beany combined kerb and drainage system.

It can be provided with inbuilt fall channels to increase drainage discharge capacity.

Providing medium-capacity drainage, Traffic Drain combines a robust concrete channel with high-strength cast iron grates, which allow it to take loading's up to F900.


Traffic Drain is a strong and robust composite slot linear drainage channel system suitable for highway applications and fast moving vehicles.

Each 500mm-long top unit has six inlet apertures and inclined side walls to enable surfacing materials to provide enhanced restraint.

Base units are can be 500 or 1000mm long, and are available in a range of depths, depending on drainage requirements.

The system is compatible with Marshalls Mini Beany combined kerb and drainage system.

It can be provided with inbuilt fall channels to increase drainage discharge capacity.

Providing medium-capacity drainage, Traffic Drain combines a robust concrete channel with high-strength cast iron grates, which allow it to take loading's up to F900.


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