Concrete cable ducts

These self-supporting cable trays have been tested in accordance with EN 1433 and are available in traffic class: A15 up to and including F900.


Standard inside widths:

These vary from 100 - 600mm. These can be expanded, on a project basis, from an inside width of 700mm to 2500mm

Properties of the gutter

  • The self-supporting concrete cable tray type I is installed without a concrete casing. These are high-quality self-compacting concrete gutters with a reinforcement mesh
  • The Filcoten concrete cable duct type M must be cast. This is made of a high-quality fiber-reinforced concrete C60/75
  • Sturdy wide edge protection in galvanized steel or cast iron
  • Tongue and groove system with recess (also with male/female end plates)
  • Quick installation because of the length



Finishing lids:

Class A15KN - Concrete

Class B125KN - Plywood
Class C250KN - glass fiber reinforced plastic
Class D400KN - concrete inset cover
Class D400KN - concrete overlay cover
Class D400KN - steel checker plate
Class D400KN - cast iron checker plate


Gutter types M & I in accordance with NEN EN 1433

Line drainage is subject to a European harmonized standard, NEN EN 1433.
Various gutter types are described in this standard.
A distinction is made between gutter elements that must be installed without a foundation and concrete casing (gutter type I) and those with a concrete foundation and casing (gutter type M).
Many of the gutter systems supplied in the Netherlands are of the so-called type M.
In contrast to the type I, the installation of the type M must be carried out carefully. Each supplier refers to the relevant installation instructions.
In fact, the drainage channel is only suitable for the specified traffic load when it is encased in the prescribed quality and quantity of concrete.
The use of gutter type I saves considerably on installation time and the load capacity is no longer dependent on installation with concrete.
By means of a so-called DoP statement and a marking on each gutter element, it is immediately possible to see which type it concerns.

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