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Tackle surface water with the Kalsi channel drain

06 Jul 2022

Speaking at the Royal Society last year, the Environment Agency chief executive, Sir James Bevan called for ‘…an increased focus on water quantity alongside water quality as we begin to feel climate impacts.’

‘The Environment Agency’s estimate is that summer rainfall is expected to decrease by approximately 15% by the 2050s in England, and by up to 22% by the 2080s.’ (gov.uk.) There must a change – we must address water usage and efficiency, improve supply, and invest in infrastructure.

With this in mind, Kalsi Group is supporting the building and construction industry in tackling the challenges of surface water with its channel drain, the latest addition to its popular Aquaflow underground drainage range.

Designed for use in domestic applications, the channel drain is suitable for areas where surface water collects from driveways and paths to patios. Each installation will aid the national water crisis by improving water management.

Comprising a drain outlet with drain stop end and channel drain quad, the Aquaflow channel drain offers easy connectivity with its quad connector. It is slip resistant with heel guarding while its cross-braced design prevents floating.

Manufactured at the company’s extrusion plant in Birmingham under the Quality Management System, ISO 9001, the lightweight yet high-strength channel drain conforms to BS EN 1433: A15.

The Aquaflow channel drain comes in one metre lengths and is available from approved Kalsi stockists.

The Kalsi Aquaflow product range includes soil and water products alongside underground drainage and sewerage systems. Aquaflow products are suitable for both new build and refurbishment applications.

For more information on Kalsi Group and its products visit www.kalsiplastics.co.uk and connect on social media.

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