Materials from TRANSFLEET

For most common installations, the service life of concrete pipes is virtually unlimited. The longevity of steel reinforced concrete pipe provides asset managers with a resource requiring low in-service maintenance and the ability to be recycled into other projects if exhumed. Transfleet offers an extensive range of precast concrete flexible jointed pipes from 100mm to 1500mm. Click on the "View PDF" button for further information...

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This is a rectangular invert block drains (I.B.D), Transfleet’ unique linear drainage systems combine the clear-cut advantages of linear drainage over traditional point drainage, with the benefits of a high quality, robust precast concrete product. The growing demand for more cost-effective and less complicated drainage systems has led to modern linear drainage becoming the preferred choice amongst specifiers and contractors alike. Click on the "View PDF" button for further information...

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There are many different types of road channels used throughout Kenya. 50 years ago, natural stone, such as granite, was the most popular, but these have now been supplanted by pre-cast concrete. In restricted areas experiencing exceptionally heavy traffic, such as town or city centres, road channels have been used to cope with the constant over-running of vehicles, and on our motorways and dual carriageways, extruded kerb lines are commonly used. Click on the "View PDF" button for further information...

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The sewer and irrigation (SI) pipes are manufactured using dolomitic aggregates and have a watertight Spigot and Socket or In-the-Wall joint. Spigot and Socket joint pipes are joined and sealed using either a rolling rubber or a sliding rubber ring respectively. The sliding rubber ring is installed using a soft soap lubricant. Click on the "View PDF" button for further information...

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Drainage covers are intended to provide simple access for cursory inspection and access for drain rods or other maintenance equipment. They are not intended to provide access for a maintenance operative and are generally not more than 600mm deep. Click on the "View PDF" button for further information...

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