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.Read More
Water Facility, Northumberland, UK
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.
Water Facility, Devon, UK
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.
Innsbrucker Kommunale, Austria
Fibrelite provided a lightweight replacement for previously installed heavy (15cm thick) concrete/steel infill covers at an intersection in the centre of Innsbruck, Austria.
JOD Engineering, Bolton, UK
JOD Engineering Services LTD were looking for a lightweight covering to replace their existing heavy covers, they supply fresh water to millions of homes across the North West of England.
Water Company, Connecticut, USA
With an effort to automate their water meter collection services, Fibrelite were contacted about the possibility of installing automatic water meter readers in or beneath a composite cover.
Waste Water Chamber, Derbyshire, UK
Due to the nature of the harmful methane gases, the previously installed steel covers were badly corroded and dangerous.
Waste Water Plant, Antarctic
Fibrelite supply trench covers for specialist waste water treatment system. Designed and manufactured for use in the Antarctic required lightweight covers for easy access.
Sewage Treatment Plant, UK
Fibrelite has recently developed a range of composite access covers to replace traditional heavy concrete infill covers. The range includes D400, E600 and F900 load ratings.
Culvert Access Solution, UK
A UK construction company required a covering solution for a newly constructed culvert. Due to the shape it required a “cassette” of bespoke covers and additional support beams.
Water Monitoring System, Cádiz, Spain
Aguas de Cádiz and the University of Cádiz worked together on a project allowing monitoring of the drinking water network of the town.