Access chambers from JDP

  • 16 Feb 2015

The ecoNOMY range of access chambers has been designed for house inspection chambers and water and utilities, as well as valve and hydrant and valve chambers

As well as distributing access chambers that are suitable for use in range of developments, JDP also offers its assistance to help identify the most appropriate solution for a project.

The access chambers it supplies have all been designed with the aim of saving installation times and costs.

The company aims to ensure the chambers it supplies are cheaper than using engineering brick or ready mix concrete.

ecoNOMY access chambers

ecoNOMY is an access chamber section made from recycled PVC.

It has been designed as an alternative to concrete chamber sections for valve chambers but it can also be used as an alternative to HIC chambers for drainage.

With a 100mm wide wall thickness, the unit is lighter than concrete. It is resistant to both acid and alkali’s and can withstand frost.

The one-piece unit is compliant with BS 5834.

Structural duct access chambers

The EasyPIT range of structural duct access chambers have been developed for use in major projects and applications, such as motorway communications and rail networks.

The walls of the chambers are 100mm thick to provide them with vertical and lateral strength.

JDP offers bespoke manufacturing for the project and application.

The company has also supplies EasyPIT Connect for underground cable access application.

STAKKAbox Quad access chambers can be stacked and installed in an under an hour

These chambers, which are suitable for street lighting, traffic signals and CCTV installations, have walls are 75mm thick and have been manufactured to comply with NJUG standards.

Modular and structural access chambers

Also distributed by JDP is STAKKAbox Quad, a range of modular and structural access chambers.

They have been designed to suit projects that involve telecommunications and fibre optics.

The chambers have been approved for use on BT Openreach networks.

They weigh less than 25kg and can be used to insert chambers over an existing network for repair or replacement.

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