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Highway® E600 manhole covers

Designed and manufactured to meet the enhanced requirements of Highways England’s CD 534 (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


  • 60+PSRV tested at top surface of chequer by UKAS accredited 3rd party.

    PSRV tested
  • Enlarged frame corners help to dissipate, load minimising bearing pressure.

    Enlarged frame corners
  • Indexed corners ensure correct orientation first time, every time.

    Indexed corners
  • Mechanical lifting points are provided.

    Mechanical lifting point
  • Can be retrofitted with a customer or application specific ID badge.

    Retrofittable badge
  • Safety keyway prevents accidental disengagement of the lifting key during the handling process.

    Safety keyway


Wrekin product code Range Overall frame size (A x B) Clear opening size (C x D) Frame depth (E) Base opening size (F x G) My Wrekin
DMT0E6/1267/KH Highway 1,460 mm x 895 mm 1,220 mm x 675 mm 150 mm 1,460 mm x 895 mm
DMT0E6/6060/KH Highway 845 mm x 845 mm 610 mm x 610 mm 150 mm 635 mm x 635 mm
DMT0E6/6767/KH Highway 900 mm x 900 mm 685 mm x 685 mm 150 mm 710 mm x 710 mm

Available options and accessories


  • Locked
  • Badged (‘SW’, ‘FW’ etc.)
  • Ventilation holes
  • Flood and odour control plate
  • Safety grille
  • Enhanced anti-slip coating
Related case study

Junction 9 improvements for the M27

Wrekin conducted a successful consultation process to secure the exciting opportunity to supply Unite manhole covers and ironwork installation systems to the county’s most significant infrastructure project in recent history. Hampshire County Council and Highways England have committed to funding a £23m infrastructure project, which will improve the M27 and benefit motorists for years to come.

MJ Church

MJ Church

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M25 hard shoulder improvements

Mouchel were contacted by the Highways Agency (HA) and tasked with investigating the most cost effective and reliable way to utilise the hard shoulder of the M25 during peak rush hours. This posed several engineering problems, of which one was to consider the service life of the manhole covers that would now be located in the wheel track of one of Europe’s busiest stretches of motorway.



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