- 320mm Inspection Chambers and Covers
320mm Inspection Chambers and Covers
Our range of 320mm inspection chambers are manufactured with quality materials and engineered to last. Chambers are made up of segmented sections, known as risers, to enable installers to construct a chamber to their desired invert height quickly and easily.
Our 320mm inspection chamber bases come in two configurations
- a) 3-inlet base with 2 x 45° 110mm inlets
- b) 5-inlet base with 2 x 45° 110mm inlets & 2 x 90° 110mm inlets
The chamber risers are 135mm deep and can be stacked to achieve your desired invert. Invert level should not exceed 600mm and we offer level invert inspection chambers to help you maintain precise measurements.
An inspection chamber is an underground enclosure in plumbing and drainage systems used for maintenance, inspection, and access points. It often features a removable cover, known as a manhole cover, which provides entry to the chamber. These covers come in various materials and sizes, ensuring easy and secure access.
- How deep can a 320mm inspection chamber be?The depth of a 320mm inspection chamber can vary depending on the specific product and manufacturer. It is best to consult the product specifications or contact the manufacturer for more information.
- What is the maximum depth of the inspection chamber?The maximum depth of the inspection chamber is 4.5 meters below ground level.
- What is the main purpose of the inspection chamber?The main purpose of an inspection chamber is to provide access to underground drainage systems for maintenance and repairs. It allows for easy inspection and cleaning of the pipes, as well as the ability to remove any blockages or debris. It also helps to prevent flooding and other drainage issues by providing a way to redirect water flow if necessary.
- What is the standard size of an inspection chamber?The standard size of an inspection chamber can vary depending on the country and local regulations. In the UK, the standard size for a single inspection chamber is 600mm x 450mm, while a double inspection chamber is typically 600mm x 600mm. However, it is important to check with local authorities and building codes for specific requirements.
- Can you build an extension over an inspection chamber?It depends on the specific regulations and requirements in your area. In some cases, it may be possible to build an extension over an inspection chamber with certain conditions and precautions in place. However, it is important to consult with a professional and obtain any necessary permits and approvals before proceeding with any construction.