Charcon has announced that its linear drainage product Safeticurb has seen continued sales growth after relaunching the product in January 2016.
Safeticurb reduces the need for conventional underground piping and offers a discrete solution for removing surface water.
The product has been designed to fit most hard landscaping projects, including car parks, industrial sites and pedestrianised developments. The product is tested to BS EN 1433 standards and can withstand up to 400kN, Class D, in its heaviest specification.
In addition, Safeticurb runs parallel drainage sections at 30-35mm intervals across the total drainage area. The system also requires little maintenance, reducing overheads through smart design.
Mike Davies, sector marketing manager for Charcon, comments: “Safeticurb has been a fantastic success and its reputation is still growing today. The system offers substantial cost savings while still providing good performance for the removal of surface water.”
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