610mm x 460mm Rectangular Inspection Chambers and Covers

Polypipe 610mm x 460mm Rectangle Chamber UG490

The Polypipe rectangular chamber system comprises of unique components including a 610mm x 460mm PPIC chamber base, riser sections and the matching UG496 steel lid lid.

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  • What is a rectangular inspection chamber?
    A rectangular inspection chamber is a type of underground drainage system that allows access for maintenance and inspection. It is typically made of concrete or plastic and is rectangular in shape, with a removable cover for easy access. These chambers are commonly used in residential and commercial drainage systems to prevent blockages and ensure proper functioning.
  • What is the standard size of a rectangular inspection chamber?
    The standard size of a rectangular inspection chamber can vary depending on the country and local building codes. It is best to consult with a local building authority or contractor for specific information.
  • How deep can you go with a 600mm inspection chamber?
    The depth of a 600mm inspection chamber will depend on the specific model and installation, as well as local building codes and regulations. It is best to consult with a professional plumber or contractor for accurate information on the maximum depth for your specific situation.
  • What are the different types of inspection chamber cover?
    Types of Inspection Chamber Covers: There are several types of inspection chamber covers, including plastic, steel, cast iron, and concrete. Plastic covers are lightweight and easy to handle, while steel covers are durable and long-lasting. Cast iron covers are heavy-duty and can withstand heavy traffic, and concrete covers are ideal for use in areas with heavy machinery or vehicles.
  • How do you cover a drainage system?
    There are several ways to cover a drainage system, including using decorative grates, landscaping rocks or plants, or even creating a patio or walkway over the drainage area. It's important to choose a cover that allows for proper drainage and doesn't impede the flow of water.