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Ditch Inlet

Ditch Inlet

Ditch Inlet

Recommended Ditch Inlet to support west 600 HDPE dia. pipe, east 450 mm dia. HDPE pipe and outlet pipe elliptical concrete 610 x 965

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RE: Ditch Inlet

Can someone turn this into a legible question please?

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RE: Ditch Inlet

If I am understanding it - there is a 600mm and 450mm HDPE pipe entering the structure on opposite walls and a 610mm x 965mm ERCP on another wall. A standard box size to accommodate this in my locale would be 1675mm x 1220mm. It would require a reinforced 200mm thick top slab with a "top unit" containing the inlet frame and grate on top of the slab.

RE: Ditch Inlet


What are the invert levels?

Flow rates?

Pipes full or half empty?

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