Gatic has published a new, comprehensive product guide for its range of surface water drainage systems.
Comprising 80 pages of detailed data, the guide features Gatic’s ProSlot, Slotdrain and Filcocten ranges. Information on Harmer’s SML below ground drainage is also included, completing the solutions package.
These products are available from Alumasc Group, under its umbrella brand, Alumasc Water Management Solutions (AWMS).
The product guide has been designed to help contractors, specifiers and engineers to choose the most suitable civil drainage solutions for their projects. Gatic offers a wide range of surface water and high capacity channels and linear and slot drainage systems, which have been developed to meet varying project requirements.
The brochure provides detail on product applications, technical support and load classes, in addition to technical tables and 3D render images.
It also covers Gatic’s Drainage Design Software and the company’s association with MircoDrainage software.
Gatic Civil Drainage,
Phone: 01304 203545
Fax: 01304 215001
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