road drainage channel / concrete
BETONRINNE FORTIS Richard Brink GmbH & Co KG

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Characteristics

  • Applications:

    road

  • Material:

    concrete

Description

The heavy-duty dewatering channel is used, among other things, in driveways, roads, courtyard surfaces in front of buildings and parking areas, where it ensures reliable linear drainage. Rainfall can flow over concrete inlets that feature run-off pipes. A direct connection to a shaft or existing channel is also feasible.

The channel’s sufficiently dimensioned concrete framing comprising base and edge restraints ensures load transfer. The channel body is made of fibreglass-modified, high-strength, waterproof concrete made by Richard Brink. It has wall and floor thicknesses of 20mm. The chosen concrete matrix guarantees wear resistance with regard to chemical influences. The leak-proof surface structure enables rain water to run straight off. The moulded frame is available either in stainless steel or hot-dip galvanised steel.

Dimensions
Fortis is produced in a standard length of 1,000mm. 500mm-long channels can, however, also be supplied as accessory parts.
The overall widths of the channels amount to 155mm (DN 100) and 206mm (DN 150). Three different heights are also available: 150, 175 and 200mm.