Linear drainage is the generic term for linear systems that incorporate a channel together with an inlet detail that is embedded in the constructed surface.
Linear channels are normally longer than they are wide with a cross sectional dimension design to contain the flow from the associated surface surrounding the installation. The channel body can be manufactured from Polymer Concrete, Plastic or Steel. The embedded inlet detail can vary considerably from cast iron, steel or polymer composite gratings through to an inlet detail or ‘slot’ that can barely be seen. Typically these inlets either sit or are formed as part of a channel body that sits below the surface.
Channel drains are typically structural formers that are integral to the performance of the system but may or may not be load bearing without the required surround detail.
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