Marshalls CPM precast concrete chamber rings are manufactured with tongue and groove joints and comply to BS EN 1917:2002/BS 5911-3:2010
The 3660mm and 4000mm chamber rings are not covered by the British Standard (therefore not kitemarked), but comply with all the relevant provisions of the European Standard. 4000mm chamber rings are supplied in two halves.
Marshalls CPM manhole chamber sections are supplied with 3 number nominal 50mm diameter holes for lifting purposes.
Crane off-load is available up to DN3000 diameter upon request, please speak to our sales team regarding off-loading on site.
Soakaway units are available in 500mm, 750mm and 1000mm depths with 75mm diameter holes, providing a minimum area of exfiltration of 50,000mm² per metre of nominal diameter per metre of depth.
Shaft/chamber sections can be supplied:
- with or without fixed double steps or integrated ladder system
- with holes or cut-outs
- with bases cast-in
Marshalls CPM is able to offer precast concrete chamber rings in BIM (Building Information Modelling) which is now a requirement for all government construction projects.
For safety reasons, all chamber sections are loaded and delivered chimney fashion, when offloaded they should never be stored on their side (on the roll), but should always be laid flat.
Lorries with crane offload facilities are available for manhole units up to and including DN3000, upon request. Suitable lifting bolts for offloading and handling purposes can be purchased from Marshalls CPM and come with appropriate test certificate.
Designers and users should ensure that they have taken into account the current requirements for manhole access as detailed in the Health and Safety Code of Practice, Regulations and Guidance issued by the Health and Safety Executive under the Confined Spaces Regulations 1997 and other relevant requirements.
Recommended minimum chamber diameters to suit pipe sizes.
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