REHAU announces an exclusive agreement with Hydro International for its stormwater management crate system to be offered across the UK and Ireland.
With excellent technical knowledge and a wealth of experience, Hydro International is the ideal choice for the supply of the modular crate system is set to be named Stormbloc® Optimum and will be available from February 2018.
The stormwater crate is easy to install and benefits from being collapsible, allowing lorries to stack more and saving space on construction sites.
Hydro International supply the Hydro-Brake Optimum flow control, a vortex flow control system for SuDS applications. When installed in series, Hydro-Brake Optimum slows flow whilst Stormbloc® Optimum stores and attenuates the backed up water.
Andy Kane, Operations Director at Hydro International, explained: “We have over three decades of experience in delivering flow control and storage for sustainable drainage systems (SuDs) and we help regulators, water companies, developers and contractors to deliver effective and sustainable drainage projects.
“To date, we have provided flow control and storage for projects ranging from large flood alleviation schemes to stormwater drainage for residential developments. I am really looking forward to bringing this fantastic technology to help engineers in both the UK and Ireland to deliver better, more effective SuDS projects.”
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