AquaCell systems are the tried, tested and versatile answer to the effective management of excessive rainfall – reducing flood risk and enabling the cost effective management of the water environment.
AquaCell Eco is manufactured from specially reformulated, recycled material and has been specifically designed for use in shallow, non-trafficked areas such as domestic gardens and similar landscaped sites. It is not suitable for locations subject to high water tables.
AquaCell Core-R has been designed for use in deep applications, subject to both regular and heavy traffic loadings, such as cars and HGVs.
AquaCell Plus-R has been developed to add extra design scope to any AquaCell installation. The unit can be used in combination with AquaCell Core-R and Eco (providing there is at least one layer of AquaCell Core-R in between the Plus-R and Eco layers).
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