Catch Basins are used in areas where runoff and / or surface water needs to be collected and then drained into the main sewer. Catch basins are generally rated for pedestrian traffic and found in grassy or lightly paved areas. The structure comes with a "thin wall" knockout located in each of the four (4) walls and accepts a variety of pipe sizes and types.
Area drain inlets are generally used in open ditches, paved areas, driveways and where surface water needs to be collected and then directed to the main-line storm sewer. The structure comes in a variety of sizes with a "thin wall" knockout located in each of the four (4) walls and can meet the needs for offsite and area drainage.
Curb inlets are used for several different purposes. There are two basic types of curb inlets: 1) The face of the curb inlet is flush with the curb while the structure is located behind the curb line, and 2) The face of the curb is flush with the curb while the structure extends into the pavement with either grates and/or plates to collect the waters found in the gutter.
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