Brett Martin Launches Robust and Secure Lids and Frames

Published:  15 May, 2018

Heavy duty, robust and easy-to-fit 50kN1 450mm Lids and Frames have been added to the comprehensive range of Underground, Rainwater and Plumbing systems from Brett Martin Plumbing and Drainage.

Suitable for residential applications, these hardwearing Lids and Frames offer strength and massive loading capability.

Fully compatible with Brett Martin SfA7 Adoptable and Non-Adoptable Inspection Chambers and manufactured from polypropylene, Brett Martin Lids and Frames are available in round and square options and feature a webbed rib design for added strength.

Chris Dawson of Brett Martin said: “The range of lids and frames are designed to be robust and the strong lid design offers a substantial 50kN loading capability1. Such is our attention to detail we even custom designed the screw fittings to have a larger thread for added strength and safety, allowing them to be locked securely in place.”

For additional safety when reduced access is required, a reducing ring clips and snaps securely into square and round frames, with screw holes for more permanent fixing.

Designed with the installer in mind, the lightweight Lids and Frames offer ease of installation and the Lids are easy to remove for maintenance and inspection. Furthermore, an anti-slip tread pattern provides excellent surface adhesion.

Tested to EN124 A15 and in conformance with Building Regulations, the Lids and Frames are fully compatible with Brett Martin 450mm Inspection Chamber Assemblies.

Brett Martin’s ongoing investment in the latest manufacturing technology, innovation and product development ensures that the company’s above and below ground drainage products remain at the forefront of the industry.

To find out more about Brett Martin’s Lids and Frames and the complete range of Adoptable Chamber Assemblies visit: www.brettmartin.com

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