V drains are used for applications that required improved hydraulic flow and reduced contaminant and bacteria build-up.
The main benefit is that the fast liquid velocities promote a self-cleaning effect not only during times of heavy rainfall, but also when rainfall is light.
Gutter drains are constructed beside pavements. The function of concrete gutter is to discharge water and prevent it to infiltrate beneath the pavement. Moreover, not only does it eliminates the need for side ditches but also it enhances the performance of the road. This is because deterioration of pavement due to detrimental influence of water penetration is declined.
Commercial and residential properties depend on concrete trench drains (sometimes called channel drains) to redirect excess storm water and waste water runoff from creating unsafe surface-pooling on driveways and parking lots.
The purpose of a trench drain is to collect excess water from a driveway or parking lot, and direct it to a small-scale catch basin. Further water treatment depends on whether the runoff is contaminated or non-contaminated. For example, commercial garages, gas station parking lots and car washes that clean vehicles’ oily undercarriages all rely on trench drains to intercept and redirect water, to prevent runoff of oil, gas, or other liquids to the surrounding environment
Telecom pits acts as a inspection and distribution point for phone cabling by way of conduits underground. They are basically just access points into the underground network.