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Highway E600 manhole covers

Designed and manufactured to meet the enhanced requirements of Highways England’s CD 534 v0.1.0 (formerly HA 104/09) specification. The Kitemarked Highway E600 range of manhole covers exceeds BS EN 124:2015 requirements and includes safety and specific design features required by Highways England.

Highway E600 Manhole Cover


Square or rectangular manhole covers

Stock code Range Clear opening
Overall frame
Frame depth
Options My Wrekin
DMT0E4/6767/KH Highway 685 x 685 900 x 900 100
DMT0E6/6060/KH Highway 610 x 610 845 x 845 150
DMT0E6/6767/KH Highway 685 x 685 900 x 900 150
DMT0E6/1267/KH Highway 1,220 x 675 1,460 x 895 150
Retrofittable identification bolt being installed in a Unite access cover
Only with Wrekin

Retrofittable badging and antenna options

Unite* and Highway access covers are the only ranges on the UK market to include provisions for communications equipment, such as antennas, to be installed within the cover.

Antenna in cover linked to hardware in chamber

The ID bolt provision can be used for antennas, allowing communications equipment, such as water meter monitoring, to be installed within a chamber beneath a cover whilevproviding a strong signal above ground without the need to dig or adjust the surrounding road surface. Saving significant time, effort and money while minimising disruption.

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Highway E600 Halohinge lifting mechanism

Are you looking for hinged access covers?

An expansion of the Highway range, our hinge and lift out HaloHinge manhole covers can be safely removed using our unique safety keyways and standard BS 7903 lifting keys, but can also be hinged to 100°, where they are secured in place.

HaloHinge's innovative design incorporates inboard hinges (on the inside of the frame). This allows easy surface compaction against the straight edges of the frame, whereas common alternatives have protruding hinges that are difficult to compact around without damaging the hinge housing and foundation.

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