We currently produce a wide range of concrete kerbs. These include 600mm and 375mm dwarf wall kerbs which are pictured.
Other kerbs include 150 x 50 – flat and round top, 150 x 75, 200 x 100 and 250 x 125.
Manufacture a variety of water channels. These include dished channels as well as the slotted type. We have recently starting making new open channels which include a steel grating. Pictures above are our full range of channels.
We currently manufacture concrete Cattle drinkers for the farming industry.
Currently we have 4 different types which include the standard single and double drinkers(pictured). As well as this we have recently starting producing 40 gallon and 75 gallon drinkers to cater for the larger farms. These are designed in such a way to eradicate the risk of breaking or cracking during severe winter weather.
We manufacture a wide variety of Pre- Cast and Pre-Stressed concrete lintels.
Our range includes 140 x 100 (6×4) 215 x 100 (9×4) which are most commonly used in new builds.
100 x 75 (4×3) – these are becoming increasingly popular as cavity fillers.
140 x 140 (6×6) 215 x 140 (9×6) – both these type are used when building with 140mm (6”) blocks – commonly in sheds and when pre-stressed slabs are being used
We also manufacture 140 x 100 (6×4) 215 x 100 (9×4) in Pre- Stressed lintels
We have been manufacturing fire hydrant boxes for the water mains industry since the company began. Our boxes are easy to handle, coming in two different section sizes and three different heights as shown in the tables below.
To compliment our boxes we also manufacture water marker posts to help identify what valves or water mains are underground.
From the assembled box sections shown, you can see how the bases and covers are used. The base has a 225mm diameter hole in the centre, which allows the valve to come up through into the inspection chamber. The box sections are then built to the desired height using the various heights available.
The concrete cover is optional depending on what steel cover you are using. If you are using a steel square cover, it will fit directly onto the concrete section, thus a concrete cover is not required. If you are using a round steel cover, you will need to use a concrete cover as shown left.
We have been manufacturing fire hydrant chambers for the water mains industry since the company began. Our chambers are easy to handle, coming in two different section sizes and three different heights as shown in the tables below.
To compliment our chambers we also manufacture water main posts to help identify where a water mains is underground.
From the detail shown, you can see how the concrete base is placed on the ground under the valve, then the chamber with the pipe opening is placed over the pipe and valve. The chambers are then built to the desired height using the various heights available.
We have an option on which cover you need to use either a cover with a round opening or rectangular opening.