The SABdrain 707 provides the ultimate desirability for design and functionality of any drainage channel available to the civil construction market. At the core of its design is a lightweight yet robust channel unit, reinforced with high-strength polypropylene construction. This advanced engineering ensures exceptional structural rigidity, safeguarding the system from damage during installation and in the face of heavy commercial vehicle traffic. With its exceptional strength, the SABdrain 707 can easily handle the rigors of highway use, making it an ideal choice for diverse applications.
The SABdrain 707 features a Class D heel guard cast iron grate, renowned for its strength and reliability. Each grate is equipped with an 8-point security fixing system, guaranteeing a rattle-free installation even in the presence of vehicular movements. Unauthorized access is prevented, ensuring maximum security.
Designed for optimal functionality, the smooth and rounded internal surface of the channels facilitates higher flow rates, enabling efficient drainage while preventing the accumulation of silt deposits. This self-cleaning action ensures uninterrupted performance, reducing the need for frequent maintenance. Installation is a breeze with the SABdrain system. The 1-meter lengths of the channels provide flexibility, allowing for easy customization to fit any project requirements. Joining channels together is effortless thanks to the innovative click clack feature, streamlining the installation process and saving valuable time and effort. In addition, the SABdrain channels features preset pipe connections on the base and side of the channels allow for simple cut-outs and seamless integration with standard PVC fittings, ensuring a hassle-free connection to the stormwater network.
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Internal Dimensions: 200mm x 200mm
External Dimensions: 250mm x 250mm
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