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How many holes are in the soakaway unit?
Click here to go to the Soakaway Rings Data table, where you will find details of how many holes are in the different size rings available.
How many steps are in the manhole ring?
Manhole Chamber Rings are available in:
- 1000mm section depths with 4 steps
- 750mm section depths with 3 steps
- 500mm section depths with 2 steps
- 250mm section depths with 1 step
All sections can also be supplied without steps.
How much jointing strip will I need?
Click here to go to Manhole Jointing Compound table, where you will find details of how much you need depending on the size of Chamber Ring used.
Is the Perfect Manhole System (Watertight Manhole System) accepted by Water Authorities?
The watertight manhole system is now covered by Sewers for Adoption and should therefore be accepted by all water authorities. Prior to its inclusion company’s obtained letters from the authorities approving the system for use. These have been superseded by inclusion in SfA.
Does the Perfect Manhole System (Watertight Manhole System) have BBA certification?
Such certification is relevant to novel and new products where there is no established experience of its use. As the watertight system is included in SfA and component parts are kitemarked there is no need for BBA certification.
How much pipe lubricant will I need?
We recommend 1-2 tubs of our lubricant per load of pipes.
How many loads is my order?
Call 0115 9441448 and the team will assess your order for you.
When can you deliver?
Deliveries are punctual to meet either short or long lead time, from our central UK location.
Discuss delivery schedules with our team, call 0115 944 1448.
Can you offer timed deliveries?
Hauliers can be given an approximate delivery period for am or pm delivery but only in certain circumstances so please call our team to discuss 0115 944 1448.
Can you offer split drops?
Split deliveries are available for an additional charge. Please call our team to discuss 0115 944 1448.
Do your lorries have edge protection?
We can offer edge protection dependent upon the products required. We also have measures available to avoid working at height. Please call us on 0115 944 1448 to discuss.
What is the maximum height of chamber rings on a lorry?
The maximum height is 2.25m, for example 3 no. 750mm deep sections or 2 no. 1000mm sections with 1 no. 250mm on top.
What off loading help can you offer?
Stanton Bonna take Health and Safety seriously and have looked into the issue of working at height when offloading our products.
As a result, a variety of equipment is available so that many of our products can be safely off-loaded without personnel having to climb onto the trailer.
Our innovative solutions include:
- The Stanton Bonna T2-i-A Pipe Lifter for DN300 to DN900 concrete pipes and fittings
- The Stanton Bonna T4-80-A Pipe Lifter for DN375 to DN1200 concrete pipes and fittings – already adopted as best practice by Carillion
- The Stanton Bonna T12-100-A Pipe Lifter for DN675 to DN2400 concrete pipes and fittings
- The Manhole Ring Clamp
In addition, single use slings, lifting chains and eye bolts can be supplied for safer product handling.
Many other offloading systems are available from hire companies. Contact us to see which are most appropriate for your delivery.
Contractors should also read the CPSA Health & Safety Guide for Offloading.
We are constantly reviewing our product handling options, call 0115 944 1448 for further details.
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Can I arrange collection of our order?
Yes you can but please ensure you read the Arrangements for Customer Collections document before you proceed – click here to view >
What are your collection times?
Monday to Thursday 7.30am to 12.30pm and 1pm to 3.30pm
Friday 7.30am to 12.30pm and 1pm to 2.30pm
SUPPORT ON SITE
If there are technical issues with Stanton Bonna products, which have already been delivered, will someone come on site to advise us?
Call us on 0115 944 1448 and we will arrange a visit by our Site Support Technician (subject to circumstance).
What is the carbon footprint of your pipes?
There continues to be much confusion and inaccuracy within the construction industry over the carbon footprint of materials, especially concrete. As members of the Concrete Pipeline Systems Association (CPSA), Stanton Bonna are very proud to have participated in the CPSA/Carbon Clear study into the embodied carbon of concrete and plastic pipelines.
This exacting study was conducted to widely recognised international standards and proved that the cradle-to-site greenhouse gas emissions of concrete pipes are generally better than plastic with up to 35% lower CO2e for DN 2100 pipes. It also showed DN 1200 circular precast manhole systems have a 30 to 43% lower carbon footprint compared to DN 1200 traditional manholes, 1250 x 1250mm box based manholes and DN 1050 plastic manholes.
Do you have a Sustainability Policy?
Our Sustainability Policy is available in the Values section of this website.
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