Standartparks 6 inch internal drive channel is 39 inches in length and will withstand heavy load ratings for your project. Furnished with bolted in ductile cast iron grate, side steel reinforcements and tongue and groove connections for easy installation.
Article ........... PCM0824004
Material ........ PPE - Steel - Ductile Cast Iron
Dimensions .. 39.4"L x 8.2"W x 8.5"H
Weight .......... 40 LBS
Load Class ... D400 - 88,000 LBS
- Side Steel Reinforcements
- Bolted Down Ductile Cast Iron Grating
- Cascade Option Available for slope installation
- Side and Bottom PVC Knockouts
- Right 90 Degree Turns on both ends of the channel
COMES WITH TWO END CAPS (Per Order) - Additional end caps at checkout.
Trench Drain Installation
1. Prep your area - prep your channel width and depth accordingly to the trench drain you purchased from us. You need a good amount of room (3-5 inches) to set your channel and pour or fill around it to have a nice level sound area with your finished project.
2. If pouring concrete, make sure the base (2-4 inches) is leveled out according to your site plan. Wait for the concrete to completely set before moving on.
3. Set your channels on the concrete pad, attach together and connect your pipe outlets according to your design. Pipe connections are designed for PVC and Drainage tile - if you wish to utilized a corrugated pipe, please use a rubber coupling with clamps. That makes for a snug fit. Seal all channels with clear silicone and make sure they are water tight and dry before your final concrete pour.
4. Standartpark recommends leaving your gratings in the channel when you are doing your final pour - this will alleviate any instances of your channels bending while the concrete sets. This is important so your gratings fit nice and snug after the concrete settles.
5. Pour and wait - Thats all!
NOTE - This package can also be used with our channel installation brackets for rebar installation (hanging installation).
Questions & AnswersAsk a Question
Can we drive 5000 lb.rated fork lifts with 4 in.wide hard tires over this drive channel?
Yes absolutely.... these are D class rated at 88,000 lbs.. that fork lift will be an after-thought! Thanks for your question.
What is the expected lifetime for this plastic drain in the climate of Philadelphia, PA? How well will it hold up to the winter freeze to the low teens F and summer heat up to 100F?
6" drive channel, when installed in concrete - has no issues with expansion or condensing in very cold weather , as well as very hot weather. Freezing and / or overheating does not create issues at all. Thank you for your question.