StormBrixx Range Stormwater attenuation and infiltration/soakaway crates
ACO StormBrixx is a unique and patented plastic geocellular stormwater management system for attenuation and soakaway (infiltration) usage.
Its versatile design allows the system to be used in configurations and applications across all construction environments as a standalone solution or as part of an integrated sustainable urban drainage (SuDS) scheme.
The patented brickbonding and cross bonding feature provides a strong, long term installation and also helps to improve the construction speed of the tank.
ACO StormBrixx simplifies delivery, site logistics and installation as a result of its stackable design. For each delivery of StormBrixx, up to 4 loads of competitor product may be required, making StormBrixx approximately 75% more efficient in delivery.
The range consists of StormBrixx SD (standard duty) and StormBrixx HD (heavy duty) stormwater management systems.
Stormbrixx overview video
Stormbrixx - 1 Minute Overview Video
This concise video compares the new StormBrixx SD attenuation and soakaway crate solution with the existing StormBrixx HD, examining key features including:
Stormbrixx product brochures
Access and maintenance
The whole system, including all the extremities can be inspected and maintained from just a few access points thanks to the open cell structure.
Simplified handling and logistics
The stackable nestled design of each body piece optimises logistics and installation costs by reducing deliveries and storage space needed on site.
The patented brickbonding and cross bonding feature enables strong, long term installation and improved construction speed of the tank.
StormBrixx attenuation and soakaway crates offer countless configurations, for flexibility in design and construction to fit any site.
StormBrixx SD is suitable for use in a wide range of construction applications
StormBrixx HD- The heavy duty stormwater tank is designed for where installation depth and access requirements are of greater importance to the project. It has Man access units for the more comprehensive maintenance requirements of Local Authorities and water companies.
Compare stormwater systems
ACO have created a comparison guide, designed to be a useful tool for specifying stormwater solutions. This gives a more holistic look at the range of systems in the market including permeable paving, large pipes, concrete tanks and geocellular crates, such as ACO StormBrixx.
The guide looks at legislation and key criteria such as: structural strength, design flexibility, logistics and maintenance, in order to help in specifying the right stormwater solution for the project.
StormBrixx SD Half body 314090
StormBrixx SD Side panel 314091
StormBrixx SD Top cover 314092
StormBrixx SD Horizontal pipe connector 27262
StormBrixx SD Layer connector 314093
StormBrixx SD Remote Access plate 314075
StormBrixx HD Half body 314020
StormBrixx HD Side panel 314021
StormBrixx HD Top cover 314022
StormBrixx HD Horizontal pipe connector 27105
StormBrixx HD Layer connector 314023
StormBrixx HD Remote access module 27034
StormBrixx HD Man access unit
StormBrixx SD & HD Horizontal pipe connector
StormBrixx SD & HD Vertical connector for inspection point 27018
StormBrixx SD & HD Access chamber 314056
StormBrixx SD & HD Access chamber vented 314055
StormBrixx SD & HD Inspection point 314045
StormBrixx SD & HD Inspection-rising shaft 314038
StormBrixx SD & HD Protection fleece 27041
StormBrixx SD & HD ACOWrap 27042
StormBrixx SD & HD Infiltration geotextile 27038
Not Recommended Applications
ACO StormBrixx has a range of flow control systems that work with it to regulate storm water flow before it discharges into the watercourse or sewer networks. ACO Q-Brake flow controls and ACO Q-Plate orifice plates are capable of regulating any flow for surface water applications and can be used in conjunction with retention and attenuation systems, such as ACO StormBrixx, as an integrated sustainable urban drainage (SuDS) scheme.
Back to basics: an introduction to geocellular structures
The issue of water attenuation is an increasingly hot topic, with more occurrences of extreme weather patterns being experienced across the UK. This is placing drainage at the heart of construction projects.