Fiberglass basins

  • Tapered Basins
  • Straight Wall Basins
  • Attached Valve Box

Tapered Basin

 

Tapered fiberglass Basins

 

Tapered fiberglass basins are most commonly used in hard piped “lift out” systems, and residential “projects”. Tapered fiberglass basins are produced using a one piece mold and with the combined economies of volume, reduced labor and cost, this is an ideal choice for many applications. Tapered basins are manufactured in diameters of 18”, 24”, 30”, 36”, and 48”. See page one (1) in the “Product Catalog” for sizes available.

 

 

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Buoyancy Calculations for Concrete Ballast

Straight Wall Basin

 

Straight Wall fiberglass Basins

 

A straight wall fiberglass basin is often specified when dealing with larger and deeper applications. This basin is standardly supplied with a fiberglass anti-floatation flange and can be supplied with a square steel anti-floatation flange as well. Filament winding is a process where the majority of “glass” is positioned in the horizontal axis to give the basin strength around the circumference. To ensure the glass that is placed in the longitudinal axis is adequately bound together, we apply a “stitched uni-directional” glass ninety degrees from the “wound” glass. This application ensures the basin will not split or separate along a line of “wound” glass. This will also guarantee consistent strength throughout the basin. These basins are manufactured in diameters of; 24”, 30”, 36”, 42”, 48”, 54”, 60”, and 72”. These basins are manufactured in depths of 24" to 360". See pages 2 thru 8 in the Product Catalog for basins with fiberglass anti-flotation flange. See pages 9 thru 17 in the Product Catalog for basins with square steel anti-floatation flange.

Basin with Fiberglass Anti-float

Basin with Steel Anti-Float

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Buoyancy Calculations for Concrete Ballast

Key Hole Valve Box

 

Fiberglass Basins with Attached Valve Boxes

 

Fiberglass basins with attached valve boxes are available in either “Key Hole” or “Figure Eight” style.  “Key Hole” style valve box bottoms are built to drain any accumulated liquid toward the wet well, and exit the dry well into the wet well thru a simple drain, or check valve drain assembly.  The attached valve box design allows for one piece installation with no valves in the wet well.  These are available in various sizes and combinations.  Consult factory for your exact needs.

 

 

 

Key-Hole Valve Box

Figure Eight Valve Box

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Drawing with Pass Thru Sleeves

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Buoyancy Calculations for Concrete Ballast