Grid gutter HRI 600, self-supporting type I

Stradal's self-supporting HRI 600 grid channels are marketed in the Netherlands by DWTN.

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€585,00 Excl. tax
€707,85 Incl. tax
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€955,00 Excl. tax
€1.155,55 Incl. tax
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Grid gutter HRI 600 self-supporting type I

specially designed for industrial applications and heavy loads.

Advantages of HRI grid gutter:

  • patented production technology
  • high concrete strength
  • steel longitudinal and transverse reinforcement
  • no support back needed
  • sealant joint for liquid-tight sealing
  • great diversity in dimensions
  • high inflow and outflow capacity
  • manning trickler 95

Application areas:

  • platforms and aircraft stands
  • port areas
  • industry
  • environmental stations
  • fire training areas
  • visibly drain HWA
  • bus stations
  • downtown renewal
  • wadi crossings and bottom passages
  • fauna solutions

Drain gutter properties

  • Self-supporting drainage channel Type I (EN 1433)
  • High-quality self-compacting concrete C 55/67 W+R with a reinforcement net (resistant to frost, salts, petrol, oil, ...)
  • Length = 2.25 m
  • Sturdy wide edge protection in galvanized steel connected to the reinforcement
  • Tongue and groove system with recess (also with male/female end plates) that is sealed to guarantee a watertight system
  • Quick installation due to the length (2.25m) and the presence of pins in the alignment
  • Length, mass of elements and pins ensure the stability of the gutter
  • Equipped with 2 lifting loops to be able to lift the elements


Grid properties

Banana grid (D400 - F900):

  1. Pre-assembled grid of high-quality ductile iron FGS 500-7
  2. Length = 0.75 m
  3. Will be delivered bolted (stainless steel) to the work site (not visible due to protective sleeves):
    (D, 400KN) 2 stainless steel bolts; (F, 900KN) 4 stainless steel bolts per grid
  4. Anti-slip surface and water guides
  5. Absorption surface: 810 cm2/m

Download the brochure of the HRI grid gutter here

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