New Hydro-Brake(R) chamber guide demonstrates drop-in water flow control

The new literature and users' guide for the Hydro-Brake(R) Chamber showcases the even more convenient format for the Hydro-Brake(R) Flow Control developed by Hydro International with partner CPM Group. Designed specifically for the busy contractor and developer, the Hydro-Brake(R) Chamber saves time and money by minimising on-site fitting and installation work.

The Hydro-Brake® Flow Control has become the industry standard for minimal maintenance, power-free stormwater attenuation. It is now available pre-fitted in the specially designed, reinforced precast concrete Hydro-Brake® Chamber and sized to match flow requirements. The Chamber is delivered to site ready to be placed in the hole and connected to inlet and outlet pipes, without additional work.

The 12 page brochure contains comprehensive information about how the Chamber is tailored to meet site requirements, including precoring and forming to fit the specified inlet pipes, complete with preformed internal benching, and with step irons if requested. This greatly reduces the time normally taken in completing the installation, while all internal work is completed to the highest possible standard.

The dimensions and installation details are all included, with comprehensive data on the benefits of flow control with the Hydro-Brake® Flow Control Device.

As well as the standard Hydro-Brake® Chamber models, the guide demonstrates the other configurations available to meet a variety of site conditions, including penstocks, weir wall overflows, and parallel Hydro-Brake® installations for complex, staged discharge requirements.

If you would like a free copy of the Hydro-Brake® Chamber Users' Guide or details of any of Hydro International's stormwater, wastewater and sewage treatment systems, please call 0800 269371.

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