Description. NDS 5-Inch Pro Series Features include 39 3/8" long deep profile high impact PVC channel drain with mechanical interlocking joints, structural foam polyolefin light traffic channel grate with an open surface area 20.44 square inches per foot, 26.77 GPM per foot, UV inhibitors. Recommended for medium-duty pneumatic tire traffic; autos and light trucks less than 20 mph. End and bottom outlet fits 3" Sewer & Drain
Carl M. Henshaw Drainage Products, Inc. - Chester Carl M. Henshaw Drainage Products Inc. was founded in 1958 by Carl Henshaw, a retired Marine, farmer, and local businessman. The company began as a farm pond kit and metal culvert supply business primarily supplying the farmers in the Richmond, VA area and surrounding counties.
Trench Drain Systems is the largest stocking distributor for many manufacturers such as Hubbell's POLYCAST®, ULMA and NDS to name a few. Call 610-638-1221 today
Catch basin Outdoor Drainage Accessories at Lowesfor pricing and availability. U.S. Trench Drain. 11-1/2-in L x 11-1/2-in W Catch Basin. Model #84042. Find My Store. for pricing and availability. U.S. Trench Drain. Easy Drain Series Black Slim Drainage Pit and Catch Basin for Modular Trench and Channel Drain Systems. Model #83800.
City of Fullerton - DrainageStandard Catch Basin:301 :Side Inlet Catch Basin:302 :Standard Alley Catch Basin:303 :Standard Grating Catch Basin:304 :Standard Catch Basin Reinforcement:305 :Frame and Grating for Catch Basins:306-1:Local Depressions:306-2:Local Depressions:308 :Catch Basin Connection for Pipes 12" through 72" 309 :Miscellaneous Curb Inlet Details and Notes:310
Use our sandstone or terracotta colored trench drains to match or contrast the bricks or tiles in your patio or pool drainage systems. The end cap is one of the many accessory options that can be used with our yard drainage systems:converter pieces, corner pieces, tee pieces, catch
Installing Drainage in a Lawn - The SpruceSlope . Every type of drain requires a trench, and every drainage trench must slope away from your garden. A 2% slope is needed to adequately move the water from one place to another. This means that if the drain line is intended to be 100 feet long, there should be a 2-foot drop in the elevation of the bottom of the trench from one end to the other.
K Catch Basins - ACO DrainCatch Basins. A catch basin is usually put at the point that the trench drain evacuates the water into the underground pipework. They can be placed at the end of the trench run, or at any point along the trench run - depending on the underground pipe location and the ground topography. Read technical details in our Drain Catalog.
A trench drain is a linear drainage application used to catch, collect and convey water from a starting location to and an outlet or catch basin. These linear drains are made up of primarily channels, end caps, end outlets, grates, catch basins and some other installation accessories.
Trench Drain Categories at Trench Drain SupplyLarge Trench Drain Grates 13" to 51" Wide; More Replacement Grates; 2 3/4" NDS Mini Channel Trench Drain Grates; 4 1/8 Wide NDS Spee-D Channel Grates; 4 1/8 Wide Zurn Z884 Trench Drain Grates; 4.8" Wide Mea-Josam Trench Drain Grates; 4.8" Wide ACO K100 Trench Drain Grates; 4.8" Wide Smith ACO 9870 / Enviroflo Grates; 5 1/4'' Wide Polycast 600 Series Grates
U.S. TRENCH DRAIN - Catch Basins - Drainage - The Home U.S. TRENCH DRAIN 18 in. x 14 in. Storm Water Pit and Catch Basin for Modular Trench and Channel Drain Systems with Aluminum Grate
Deep Series Black Slim Drainage Pit and Catch Basin for Modular Trench and Channel Drain Systems The Deep Series Slim Drainage Pit can be The Deep Series Slim Drainage Pit can be installed in your trench drain system for a small underground catch basin with outlets on all 4 sides for direct connection to a 3 in. or 4 in. PVC drainage pipe. Designed for residential and commercial drainage systems, the trench drain S Catch Basins - ACO DrainS Catch Basins. SK Catch Basin. 4" (100mm) wide. 8" (200mm) wide. 12" (300mm) wide. Catch Basins. A catch basin is usually put at the point that the trench drain evacuates the water into the underground pipework. They can be placed at the end of the trench run, or at any point along the trench run - depending on the underground pipe location and the ground topography.