Gatic adds new multi-slot channel drain to Filcoten® range

Gatic adds new multi-slot channel drain to Filcoten® range

Gatic is expanding their growing Filcoten® range with Parkline, the multi slot channel drainage for shallow invert applications.

Ideal for both new build and retrofit projects, the product is suitable for car park, podiums and other shallow invert applications.

Filcoten is a High-Performance Concrete (HPC), provides market-leading levels of installed strength and stability for significantly longer, trouble-free operational life. It’s the only drainage channel to be made with 100% renewable energy, it’s also 100% recyclable.

Filcoten Parkline is suitable for load ratings of up to C250 and is wheelchair friendly with almost no height difference to the surrounding road. It is ideal for replacing existing drainage systems, with an innovative locking system for quick and easy installation, and secure drain covers that can be easily removed for cleaning and access as required.

Its cross-section and monolithic construction reduces traffic noise and the intelligent design includes innovative connecting elements made from corrosion resistant stainless steel and a drainage optimised channel body, allowing the water to be efficiently drained into the centre outlet via integral branch channels.

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Alumasc Water Management Solutions (AWMS), part of Alumasc Group, is the first joined-up brand in integrated water management. Alumasc has been promoting the efficient use, retention, recycling, and disposal of water for over 80 years.

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