More Info on Plastic Drainage Channel:
Drainage channels are among the most popular options for use with paving projects. They provide a simple, elegant, and cheap solution that can reduce expensive underground pipework installation while ensuring surface water is safely removed from paved areas.
This water can be from surface runoff, driveways, or roof gutters. The drain then takes this water to the collection point or the main sewer system.
Drainage Channels Explained
Drainage channels, commonly dubbed as linear or aco drains, are a popular choice since they’re easy to install and design. They’re also a neat, tidy, cheaper and totally discreet drainage solution used everywhere from the most miniature domestic configurations up to scale whole regions.
Channel drains typically are made of a detachable grate and a channel. You might also need end caps, sumps, and other accessories.
Types of Channel Drains
Metal (an excellent choice for the bathroom)
Types of Grate
There are six loading classes available that comply with the European Standard DIN 19580:
Cyclists and pedestrians only
Light slow-moving traffic, residential driveways, and car parks only
Small industrial and commercial car parks and service stations
Carriageway use and all public highways
Industrial and commercial heavy loads
Military, exceptional loads, airports and freight yards
Features and Advantages of Channel Drainage
Simple to Design
When laying channel drainage, no complicated couplers or layouts are required. Conflicts with underground cables and service pipes are easily avoided. Using channel drain systems means that the channels can act as carrier pipes and multiple points drain.
Maintenance and Access of Channel Drains is Easy
Grates are easy to strip off with locking systems, bolts or keys, giving you full access to the channel below. Slot drains have access units, easily accessed with lift keys and sumps have easy to remove buckets.
Channel drains can be discrete or part of the design – the choice is yours.
How to Choose Channel Drainage
These three key things will help you decide the type of channel drain you need.
How much water does your drainage channel system need to cope with?
How much weight is going to be exerted on your drainage channels?
What do you want your drainage channel to look like?
Why Choose Plastic Drain Channels?
High impact resistance
High breaking resistance
Temperature stable (from -20°C to +95°C)
Resistant to alkali and most organic solvents
Resistant to acid
Resistant to de-icing salt
As a result of the excellent material properties through the use of the plastic channel drains arise the following product benefits:
Easy to lay
Greater self-cleaning effect
Channel Drainage Frequently Asked Questions
Am I getting a high-quality product?
Yes. All our products are of the highest quality from some of the largest manufacturers in the UK and Europe.
Is anti modern slavery part of your policy terms conditions?
At EasyMerchant, we're dedicated to acting ethically and honestly in all our business relations. We ensure that there is no modern slavery in any part of our business or our supply chains.
Do the channel drain joints have to be sealed?
No. Once the concrete is poured, the concrete itself acts as the sealant.
Which essential tools do I need for DIY installation?
Having the right basic hand tools, and power tools is an absolute must for any job on hand.
Are my credit card details safe when ordering online?
Yes. Easymerchant uses a well-known, secure system for online ordering that is used worldwide.
EasyMerchant’s Plastic Drain Channels – A Perfect Solution
EasyMerchant provides a superior system suitable for all aspects of your channel drainage needs. We supply builds to suit all circumstances and can supply any width or length.
We also supply a variety of accessories, including silt traps/ sump units, quadrants, channel drain corners, channel drain outlets, and channel drain end caps.
Free delivery is available for all orders above £120/ex VAT. Feel free to create an account when placing your order.