Hauraton – it’s running well for the water drainage systems’ manufacturer…

  • 25 Jul 2018

For the last 50 years, Hauraton have been at the forefront of manufacturing robust surface water drainage systems which are distributed and installed in civil and landscaping projects worldwide.

With a commitment to a rolling Research and Development programme, Hauraton engineers are continuously seeking ways to enhance the design of the company’s systems and maximise the use of their reinforced fibre cement and recycled polymer products.

Sample components are taken from production lines and rigorously tested to guarantee they meet the stringent mandatory load and quality specifications demanded.

Throughout the years, customers have continued to choose Hauraton products, with peace of mind that their requirements have been met.


Hauraton provide a free hydraulics design service to cover all of their products. The service will support engineers, architects, architectural technologists, contractors and general builders in choosing the correct drainage components to meet exacting drainage requirements or load restrictions pertaining to individual projects.

For full Case Study on Hauraton’s project, visit www.drainage-projects.co.uk

For Hauraton’s product range, visit www.hauraton.co.uk

For more info on Hauraton’s Drainage Products, phone 01582 501380 or email [email protected]

For more information:

Telephone 01582 501380 

email: [email protected]

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