Haba-Beton

Larger manhole cone for more comfort

Manhole cones designed with a diameter of 80mm facilitate access and transport of equipment into the sewer beneath. The manhole allows sufficient freedom of movement, even in combination with access aids.

The wider diameter provides more room for work, especially within low manholes. Another plus: if an injured person must be rescued, the larger access hole can save valuable minutes and help save lives in an emergency situation.

The advantages at a glance: comfortable access, facilitates the carrying of equipment, more room for work, facilitates the rescue of injured persons.

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