My Wrekin

For Floor Finish

Deep recessed trays

Our deep recessed steel access covers and frames are suitable for use in heavy-duty environments, such as areas where lorries and forklift traffic operate. They can be fully filled with concrete or partially filled with concrete and an alternative floor finish added on top, such as tarmac or resin-bound gravel.

The covers come complete with locking screws and neoprene seals providing a gaseous and/or liquid ingress and/or egress-resistant unit.

Post fabrication hot dipped galvanising to BS EN IS0 1461 provides long-life corrosion resistance.

Deep recessed tray


Steel reinforcing bars

Reinforcing bars

Reinforcing bars are included in the recess to increase strength and rigidity and allow the concrete infill to bind.

Mild steel

Mild steel

Cover and frame manufactured from strong, heavy gauge mild steel.

Bevelled edges

Tapered sides

Tapered sides of the cover aid with the removal of the inset tray.

Neoprene seal

Neoprene seal

Neoprene compression seal for resistance to water ingress and odour egress.

Threaded lifting point

Threaded lifting points

Four threaded lifting points protected by the locking screws.


Areas of use:
  • Housing developments
  • Commercial premises
  • Car parks
  • Retail outlets
  • Shared spaces

Stock code Clear opening
Overall top of frame
Frame depth
Load duty My Wrekin
C291X/060045/TR 600 x 450 656 x 600 131 Heavy duty
C291X/060060/TR 600 x 600 750 x 656 131 Heavy duty
Bespoke steel solutions

Bespoke steel solutions

We offer a comprehensive range of bespoke steel products and services. We work with you to understand your project requirements and are happy to attend site surveys and provide bespoke CAD design services where required.

Our range includes headwall products including trash screens, raked gratings, hand railing systems and sewers for adoption compliant safety grilles, to ladders, steps iron, safety chains and signs.

Related case studies

Case study

Lord's Cricket Ground

Wrekin Products were approached by consultant Buro Happold to discuss the redevelopment of the Compton and Edrich Stands at Lords Cricket Ground, St John Wood, London.  The redevelopment proposed, required two bespoke covers that could interact with pre-existing valves and hydrants below. Both covers would need to satisfy Thames Water and Fire Brigade specifications.
Lords Cricket Ground
Lords Cricket Ground
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Case study

Glasgow Airport Investment Area

Up against time and cost to deliver, contractor Wills Bros needed suppliers they could trust to meet the mark on the Glasgow Airport Investment Area (GAIA) project.

Wills Bros.
Wills Bros.
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