This large multinational satellite services provider has specified the Fibrelite Trenwa partnership trench and cover system for their latest satellite earth station antenna facility in the U.S. The partnership system combines...Read More
This large multinational satellite services provider has specified the Fibrelite Trenwa partnership trench and cover system for their latest satellite earth station antenna facility in the U.S. The partnership system combines…
Fibrelite were contacted by a third-party company whose client had tasked them with obtaining a lightweight upgrade for their traditional heavy concrete infill trench covers.
Fibrelite were singled out as an ideal supplier for this retrofit project due to the bespoke GRP access covers they can offer as well as their industry leading strength to weight ratio.
Fibrelite’s custom lightweight F900 (90-tonne load rated) GRP trench covers were specified for this Northern Irish container port over new cable anchor pits for the gantry cranes.
The consulting engineers specified Fibrelite for this project for ease of access to cable ducts that run all over the site. The panels are non-slip for a safe working environment in a busy centre.
A series of 8 trenches were previously covered by traditional concrete panels but with constant heavy foot traffic the covers had crumbled and created trip hazards.
Indiana University approached Fibrelite looking for steam rated manhole covers for new vaults and in replacement of existing covers on the Bloomington campus.
Fibrelite were invited to conduct a site survey, as the client desired a simple replacement for their previously installed heavy cast iron recess (access) covers with concrete infill.
This Doncaster rail maintenance facility required custom-made trench covers to accommodate a selection of different sized piping.
The previously installed concrete trench access covers over an oxygen pipework trench at this hospital were causing a number of issues due to both their weight and deterioration.