Chamber Assembly unit offers over 16 connection possibilities

  • 24 Oct 2014

The 315mm Shallow Access Chamber Assembly unit enables merchants to maximise profitability with minimal stockholding and provide a versatile solution with over 16 connection possibilities.

Manufactured using durable polypropylene and PVC, the 315mm diameter assembly is lightweight, strong and durable and consists of a chamber base, riser and choice of two covers for pedestrian and a heavy duty option for driveways.

The units have offer 16 connection possibilities and can be used on large sites

The Chamber Assembly is ideal for installation on larger sites with varying house types and drainage layouts, with the five-inlet Chamber Base allowing for multiple connections and flexibility in direction.

Height adjustable and watertight solution

The branch channels prevent the possibility of cross and backflow within the chamber at half level invert height, whilst its sockets consist of captive ring seals to provide high levels of sealing and ensure a completely watertight joint.

The frame incorporates a sealing ring at the base of its long spigot to make it height adjustable and to allow for the alignment with finished ground level and surface slopes of up to 15º.

The Shallow Access Chamber Assembly is part of a range that also features a 280mm Chamber Assembly and 450mm Chamber Assemblies suitable for 110mm and 160mm drainage systems.

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