Product: RAINBOX® Cube Crates/Base Plate
Gross Volume: 205 litres/25 litres
Storage Volume: 195 litres/20 litres
Void Ratio: 96%/95%
Max. Installation Depth: 5 metres
Loading Class (GVW): up to 60 tons
The RAINBOX® Cube system is designed for use in non-trafficked and trafficked areas (with a Gross Vehicle Weight of 60 tons), and can be installed in soakaway (infiltration) or storage (attenuation) applications for surface and storm water management. The system is comprised of base plates, crates and side faces, in various number and configuration depending on the project, with up to 14 layers being possible per base plate.
Product Features and Benefits
- Easy to install - modular design requires few accessories to connect crates. They can also be installed without the use of heavy machinery.
- Up to 96 % storage volume – each crate has a gross volume of 225 litres and a storage volume of 217 litres.
- Straight connection to 100mm, 150mm and 200mm (ID) ULTRA3 pipework (or alternative EN1401-1 / EN 13476-2 pipework). Adaptors for twinwall and other pipe types available from JDP.
- Installation depth of up to 5 metres - even under very heavy loads, allowing up to 14 layers to be used.
- High load-bearing - the RAINBOX® Cube system has as a heavy-duty load-bearing capacity of up to 60 tons with a 800 mm earth covering.
- Service life of over 50 years – with a durable product design that ensures sustainability.
- Eco-friendly product - creates can be stacked into each other, minimising transport costs, storage space and CO2 emissions.
- Inspectable & jettable - suitable for water jetting with a pressure rating of 120 bar. An inspection access point can be cut into the side face of a RAINBOX® Cube crate. The profile of the system allows for full inspection without the need of further cut outs to crates.
As geocellular crates, RAINBOX® systems act as an underground reservoir to collect water through drainage systems, from storms and persistent rain, to prevent flooding. In areas of development, this function helps to counteract the loss of permeable ground that would have originally soaked up the rainwater naturally. The collected water is then dispersed in one of two ways, depending on whether the crates are installed in an attenuation system or a soakaway system."
In an attenuation scheme, water is stored within the system, and with flow controls, is slowly released back into a watercourse or sewer system.
In soakaway schemes, the system is wrapped with a permeable membrane. Water is collected and slowly soaks back in to the ground through an infiltration process.
Minimum and maximum loading depths vary due to application and ground conditions. A structural design check of the system should be performed in line with CIRIA C680 prior to installation, provided free of charge from JDP Technical Support.
JDP offers free consultation and drainage system designs for all foul and surface water drainage management systems. Contact JDP to discuss your requirements.
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