The main, and really only difference between “basic” or “industrial” trench drain systems is the load class. Industrial systems start with a C load class and up to F class. Mostly rated for anything with heavy loads, or something that require a high “point per pressure” like forklifts, or heavy pallet jack loads with narrow wheel base.

  • FAQ's
  • Load Classes
  • Case Studies

Q. How long is each channel?

Each channel is 3.3 ft in length (1 meter) and are designed to connect end to end for a longer run. Or as long as you wish!

Q. Do you have an installation video?

Yes absolutely, we have installation videos on each and every product page for our pre slope systems. Just open that product page and click the video link. They are excellent.

Q. Can you cut the channels if my lengths are not exact?

Yes absolutely. You can cut and then seal on your end cap with no issues if you have to shorten your distance.

Q. Where can I order these?

Not a silly question, but we are the only company in the market to see high end pre slope systems directly online! Just add to cart, and check out, they will arrive in 3-5 business days!

Q. Do you have Auto CAD files for these channels?

A. Yes absolutely, they are on the download list on the product pages.

Our load classes are derived from C to F on our Industrial Trench Drains.

C Class - 55,000 lbs - Heavy duty traffic, forklifts, buses and garages.

D Class - 88,000 lbs - Heavy duty hard tire forklifts, trucks, gas stations, industrial areas

E Class - 132,000 lbs - General dock and aircraft installations.

F Class - 198,000 lbs - Aircraft installations to excessive high wheel loads.

Here are some great case studies from other customers utilizing our industrial channel systems. 

12" Installation in local park. 

Trench Drains in Seattle Airport. 

8" Channel in our driveway.

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