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114 LANDSCAPING & EXTERNAL WORKS


Friendly Hauraton surface drainage system installed


allocated for indoor and outdoor dog exercise areas. The Centre’s buildings are designed to provide visitor friendly facilities for training sessions and demonstrations on how to improve dog behaviour. Visitors will also be able to learn more about different breeds and their responsibilities as owners.


T


he new Dogs Trust Manchester Re-homing Centre includes kennels for 61 dogs with abundant space


Of course, keeping the kennels and exercise


areas clean, fresh and hygienic is a major consideration in the design of such a facility. Contractors McPhillips were keen to provide the best possible surface water drainage system, so asked Hauraton to supply their recommended channels for trial at the Trust’s Loughborough Centre. Hauraton specified FASERFIX® with FIBRETEC®


KS 100 channels fitted moulded gratings. The test


installation proved very successful and with everyone liking the product, the KS surface drainage system was chosen for the Manchester project. FASERFIX®


KS channels are made from


Fibre Reinforced Concrete (FRC), and for this project, were specified with stainless steel pressings permanently moulded along their exposed top edges making the whole unit resistant to any cleaning fluids used. The material, PA-GF is used to make the FIBRETEC®


Hauraton some years ago and has proved


itself in numerous demanding drainage applications. The fibre reinforced plastic moulding is corrosion resistant and offers high stability and huge strength for its weight. Indeed the Class C250 (BSEN 1433) 8mm slotted grating, can take the weight of a commercial vehicle if necessary. With emphases on detailed design, the grating is very appropriate for use in areas where a visually appealing and chemically resistant product is important. Each channel assembly features the company’s patented SIDE-LOCK boltless fixing system which allows for quick fitting or removal of the gratings. For example, 10 metres of 0.5m long gratings can be fitted or removed in about 70 seconds – a big advantage if the channels need clearing.


grating. This was developed by 01582 501380 www.hauraton.co.uk Kingsway Regeneration is Resi-fixed!


As part of the £12 million Kingsway Infrastructure Project regeneration scheme, Swansea Council have utilised Resiblock’s patented polymeric jointing sand Resiblock Resifix. Resiblock Resifix is being utilised across the


entire 6,100m² site to help prevent de-stabilisation of the Marshall La Linea Pavers that were being used in the project. Phases One and Two of the paving were installed with Resiblock Resifix in June and July of 2018, with the final phase expected to be completed in the Spring of 2019.


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