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Access covers

Our access covers are designed to support your needs. With ranges of both pressed and fabricated covers, in both steel and aluminium, your access cover requirements are covered.

Steel access cover installed in pavement

Our range includes

Pressed steel solid tops

Fabricated steel solid tops in chequer plate, available with single, twin and multiple unites

Steel and aluminium recessed tops to allow infill using blocks or concrete

Bespoke designs incorporating hinges, torsion springs, safety grilles, security locking and other varations

Access cover solutions

We have developed a number of features and design improvements that have been incorporated into many of our products which include:

  • Notchless die drawn corners on pressed tops giving:

    • No sharp exposed edges and no cut exposed edges improve corrosion resistance and seals made using a EPDM ‘O’ ring gaskets, giving improved gasket compression and seal

    • Continuous surface seal – better for avoiding water ingress and odours

    • Pattern designs to avoid water pooling

    • Reinforced keyways in block paviors help avoid distortion of the keyway

    • Concrete key feature in block pavior frame gives improved bond to bedding material

  • Other product features include; Torsion springs & gas ram assisted lift, hinges, safety grilles, security locking

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 study

Bespoke access covers for the River of Light

Specialist steel access covers required as part of the artistic transformation of a city centre street in St Helier, Jersey have been designed and manufactured by civil engineering specialist Wrekin Products.  One of the highlights of the regeneration project is the Pitt Street art installation, ‘The River of Light’, funded by the Channel Islands Co-operative Society.
Channel Islands Co-operative Society
Channel Islands Co-operative Society
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Related 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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