Production of Rocla® Reinforced Concrete Box Culverts conforms to the company's quality management policy and all products meet the Australian Standards requirements in conjucntion with all State Road Authority specifications.
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Features & Benefits of Reinforced Concrete Box Culverts
Rocla® Reinforced Concrete Box Culverts are so versatile and come in a range of sizes, purpose manufactured to suit individual requirements. Including starter bars, wall or roof penetrations, splay or higher load and material specifications.
By using Rocla® Reinforced Concrete Box Culverts site, costs are reduced compared to costly formwork and time for in situ construction. Further cost reductions may be made by using link slabs between crown sections in multi-celll installations.
Rocla® Reinforced Concrete Box Culverts can be supplied with cast-in ferrules and protruding reinforcement for constructing head and wing walls.
Installation of Rocla® Reinforced Concrete Box Culverts can go continue in any weather conditions minimising the risk of wash away or no costly delays. Normally the units are unloaded and placed in one operation, eliminating the need for costly double handling.
Box Culverts Applications
As mentioned above, Rocla® Reinforced Concrete Box Culverts are used where limited cover and/or hydraulic capacity dictate the design criteria, but they can also be used for a range of structures other than drainage. These applications include:
- Ducts for underground services (legs up for ease of access)
- Conveyor housing
- Stormwater retarding tanks
- Pedestrian and livestock subways
- Fire escapes