The frame for increased flexibility

Innovative rectangular profile in modular design with corrosion protection

When revising their sewage master plans, many municipalities find that the existing sewer network is unable to cope with the increasing number of heavy rainfall events. The strategies used include re-sizing of the sewers in order to increase the drainage performance and create additional holding capacity as part of an optimized management of the sewer network. Beton Müller has noticed that this has led to an increased demand for pipes with large diameters. This gave rise to the idea, just over a year ago, to expand the Perfect Pipe size range to in-clude diameters larger than the previously...

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FBS booth showcases wide variety of custom shapes and designs at Ifat

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Larger manhole cone for more comfort

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