TramDrain 200 High capacity one-piece drainage system

ACO TramDrain is specifically designed to provide drainage for the grooved rail, 4-foot and 6-foot areas of the track slab and the full width of swept path.

Manufactured from Vienite®, ACO’s high strength sustainable material, its robust, monocast construction offers a safe and secure installation by removing the risk of displaced or lost gratings. The properties of the material also provide protection against stray current and corrosion to buried underground services as the material does not conduct electricity.

The main 500mm unit forms the core of the range which also includes an access unit, rail connector and under rail drainage culverts allowing connection to gullies, silt traps or underground drainage.

Features

  • Provides efficient surface water drainage to the grooved rail profile and to the 4-Foot and 6-Foot sections of the track slab
  • Designed for use in combined tram and vehicular traffic running areas
  • Safe and secure installation
  • Offers stray current protection
  • Protects against corrosion to buried underground services
  • Manufactured from sustainable, thermally stable material
  • Designed to suit a wide range of rail profiles and varying track configurations

Benefits

  • One-piece design for long-term integrity and security
  • Manufactured from Vienite®, ACO’s high strength sustainable material
  • Integral grating design eliminates the risk of loss, vandalism or vibration
  • Large intake area for maximum hydraulic capacity provided by 15mm slots
  • Fully certified to Load Class F 900 BS EN 1433:2002
  • Connector sits under the keeper rail collecting water from the grooved rail profile
  • Optional vertical outlet on Access units

Recommended Applications

  • Tram schemes and depots
  • Light rail developments

Not Recommended Applications

  • Ballasted heavy rail applications

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