Shallow Domestic Channel Drain A15

PolyDrain Domestic Low Profile Heelguard Channel Drainage (Class A15)

A high quality, high strength shallow channel drainage system for low profile linear draina. Supplied in 1 metre lengths, Polydrain is fast and simple to install. The system includes a range of accessories are available including the Quad Box for creating corners, tee sections and cross-sections.

Read More
  • What is a shallow drainage channel?
    A shallow drainage channel is a type of drainage system that is designed to collect and channel water away from a specific area. It is typically a narrow, shallow trench or channel that is lined with a permeable material, such as gravel or perforated pipe, to allow water to flow through it. Shallow drainage channels are commonly used in landscaping and construction projects to prevent water damage and erosion.
  • What size drainage channel do I need?
    It depends on the amount of water you need to drain and the size of the area you are draining. It is recommended to consult with a professional or use an online drainage calculator to determine the appropriate size for your specific needs.
  • What does A15 mean with drainage channel?
    A15 is a classification for drainage channels that indicates they are suitable for pedestrian and cyclist traffic, as well as light vehicles such as cars and vans weighing up to 3.5 tonnes. This means that the channel can withstand a load of 1.5 tonnes, making it ideal for use in areas such as driveways, patios, and footpaths.
  • What are the differences between A15 and B125 drainage channels?
    A15 and B125 are both classifications for drainage systems. A15 is designed for pedestrian traffic and light vehicles, while B125 is designed for heavier vehicles such as cars and trucks. The main difference between the two is the weight capacity they can handle. A15 can handle up to 1.5 tons, while B125 can handle up to 12.5 tons.
  • How deep is a shallow drain?
    It depends on the specific drain and its purpose. Generally, a shallow drain is considered to be less than 2 feet deep. However, some shallow drains may be even shallower, such as those used for landscaping or surface water drainage. It's important to consult with a professional or refer to the manufacturer's specifications for specific measurements.