Gatic’s market leading lightweight channel drainage system features at the new McDonald’s restaurant in Tonbridge, Kent.
Filcoten, is manufactured from a breakthrough High Performance Concrete (HPC) and was chosen for the job by contractor’s Galamast because of its leading strength, installed performance and environmental benefits.
Its flexural strength is approximately double that of conventional HPC, which means fewer breakages in transit, in stock, and installation, and a considerably longer, trouble-free operational life
Filcoten is 100% recyclable and is the only drainage channel to be made with renewable energy. It is non-flammable and UV resistant unlike resin or polymer based products.
Its unique combination of high strength, high durability and geometric stability provides engineers and contractors with a market leading channel drainage solution.
Gatic Civil Drainage,
Phone: 01304 203545
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