Polypropylene Manhole Cover and Frame Square - 380mm

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Polypropylene Manhole Cover and Frame Square - 380mm
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Code CLKS300
EAN Code 5016609112001
Weight (kg) 4.000000
Brand Clark-Drain
Colour Black
Material Polypropylene Grade AP9
Grid Type Square
Style Polypropylene Grade AP9
Tonne Loading 3.5 Tonne Driveway Loading
Dimension 400mm x 400mm x 300mm (Diameter Opening)
Size 380mm x 380mm Cover Size
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This 380mm solid top manhole cover is made from strong AP9 grade polypropylene.

It has a 3.5 Tonne load rating, which makes is suitable for domestic driveways, pedestrian and landscaping use only.

The actual overall size of the cover is 380mm x 380mm x 37mm. The total external size including the frame is 438mm x 438mm, with a depth to the locating ring of 97mm.

The cleverly designed stepped connection rings that locate inside the inspection chamber riser enable this cover to be fitted to any mini inspection chamber between 220mm and 300mm diameter.

The cover comes with 4 locking screws.

For a closer look at this cover,  please click here to watch a short video clip.

This manhole cover is made by Clark-Drain.

Plastic manholes, whether polypropylene or PVC, are all durable and long-lasting. Manufactured by injection moulding to exacting specifications , they will stand the test of time. They are considerably lighter than their cast ductile iron counterparts.

All of our plastic manhole covers are made to fit directly onto the top riser ring of a plastic inspection chamber. Because of this they are most commonly used in new build applications.

Replacing broken manhole covers is always tricky. The abiding rules are that you must ensure that the correct load rated cover is selected, and that you measure the clear opening of the manhole rather than the old frame or cover and make sure that the new cover has at least the same size clear opening. Unfortunately we are unable to supply covers without frames. All replacement covers must be fitted in their own frame, which means removing the old frame.