WHAT IS A TRENCH DRAIN?
A linear drainage system is also known as a trench drain system. The purpose of a trench drain is to move storm waters from one place to another.
One of the main points to consider when you design your trench drain system is a Load Class. Load classes can vary widely and depend on the load that will be applied to a trench drain. Below is a list of load classes:
- A class (pedestrian, bicycles, carts, etc.)
- B class (light vehicles, cars)
- C class (commercial vehicles)
- D class (heavy-duty machinery)
- E class (extra-heavy duty machinery and equipment)
- F class (airport's traffic)
Another point to consider is the amount of water that has to be removed from the area. This is regulated by the width and depth of a trench drain channel. Feel free to call us if you need more details on this.
HOW ARE STANDARTPARK'S TRENCH DRAINS DIFFERENT?
Our channel drains provide customers with flexible options to fit their specific project's needs. We offer stainless steel, galvanized steel, ductile cast iron and plastic trench drains. Our channels come with end caps, side and bottom outlets. No adapters or additional parts needed for a 90-degree connection. Our grates are interchangeable, made of different materials and may be replaced and changed at any time when you upgrade your drainage system or for maintenance and cleaning purposes. All of the above will save you time during the installation and make the process smooth and easy