Civil - F

Civil - F

Polymer concrete drainage channels for large loads and all types of hydraulic requirements

MAIN ADVANTAGES:

  • Different channel widths:100-150-200-250-300-400
  • Galvanized profile / ductile cast iron
  • Gratings available in galvanized steel or ductile cast iron
  • 8 fixing points
  • Possibility of built-in slope, mixed slope or cascade slope
  • Fixing system via 8 screws per linear metre.
  • Load classes up to F900

APPLICATIONS:

  • Service stations, port loading and unloading areas, industrial buildings, airports, heavy vehicle car parks, public roads.

Projects

Costco Wholesale opts for ULMA Drainage Channels
Costco Wholesale opts for ULMA Drainage Channels

The North American multinational company Costco opts for ULMA drainage systems for its stores in Seville and Getafe (Spain)

ULMA drainage channels at the newly opened Lidl store in Tres Molinos, Barcelona
ULMA drainage channels at the newly opened Lidl store in Tres Molinos, Barcelona

Once again, the Lidl supermarket chain opts for our F and MultiV+ systems for its largest store in Spain

ULMA drainage in the Port of Choisy-le-Roi (Paris), on the banks of the Seine
ULMA drainage in the Port of Choisy-le-Roi (Paris), on the banks of the Seine

Savings in the cost of the drainage solution and in the execution of work

ULMA’s heavy duty drainage channels chosen for CNG Fuels stations in Birmingham and Knowsley
ULMA’s heavy duty drainage channels chosen for CNG Fuels stations in Birmingham and Knowsley

We have also supplied our F300 and F400 channels to Bellshill, Knowsley, Newark and Avonmouth stations.

The importance of preventing flooding and how to achieve this
The importance of preventing flooding and how to achieve this

Northampton Service Station and Lorry Park, United Kingdom

Documentation

Technical Catalogue

Technical Catalogue

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Product range

Product range

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