Bolt-A-Plate®

Bolt-A-Plate® corrugated steel pipe is rapidly becoming the product of choice for high strength, economical, bridge and underpass construction.

Recommended for mining and rural environments, maintaining natural streambeds to counter erosion. Bolt-A-Plate® structures are effective, durable and economical alternatives to elaborate bridge replacement.

Description

Bolt-A-Plate® is ideal for rolling countryside, farmland and other rural environments. It maintains natural streambeds and helps counter erosion. Bolt-A-Plate® structures are effectively utilized as strong and economical alternatives to elaborate bridge replacement by municipal and provincial governments.

Bolt-A-Plate® provides overhead protection from falling rock and mudslides and blends in with the structures’ natural surroundings.

Ideal for:

  • Underpasses
  • Culverts
  • Stream enclosures
  • Fishways
  • Bridge replacement
  • Utilidors
  • FEATURES AND BENEFITS

    High Profile
    Arches are engineered to maintain a natural waterway and allow for an abrasive bedload. Additionally, these arches are ideal for projects that include large end areas or large spans. The high profile arch is also used for highway grade separations.

    Clearance Box
    Sizes are available from your local Polyfabrics representative.

    Standard and Low Profile
    Arches anchored on footings are ideal for installations where there is limited headroom and low height of cover restrictions. They are especially useful in sites where it is desirable to maintain natural stream beds and are widely used for stream enclosures, culverts and storm sewers.

    Pear Shape
    Is generally used for railway tunnels and underpasses. With proper end treatment, Bolt-A-Plate®provides access and protects the environment from erosion problems.

    Round Pipe
    Is the most common and versatile of the Bolt-A-Plate® shapes. This shape is used primarily for culverts, sewers and sub-drains, but is also appropriate for storage bins, tunnels and bridges.

    Pipe-Arch
    Is ideal for bridges and underpasses with limited overhead clearance. Pipe-arch’s unique shape provides hydraulic advantages at low flow rates for culverts and sewers.

    Elliptical
    Shapes are commonly used for underpasses and service tunnels. The horizontal ellipse is better suited for multi-lane, vehicular underpasses, while the vertical ellipse shape is more appropriate for single lane vehicular and railway underpasses.

    For more information and pricing, please contact our friendly team on 1300 287 484

    Specifications

    Applications

  • Underpasses
  • Culverts
  • Stream enclosures
  • Fishways
  • Bridge replacement
  • Utilidors
  • Resources

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    Description

    Bolt-A-Plate® is ideal for rolling countryside, farmland and other rural environments. It maintains natural streambeds and helps counter erosion. Bolt-A-Plate® structures are effectively utilized as strong and economical alternatives to elaborate bridge replacement by municipal and provincial governments.

    Bolt-A-Plate® provides overhead protection from falling rock and mudslides and blends in with the structures’ natural surroundings.

    Ideal for:

  • Underpasses
  • Culverts
  • Stream enclosures
  • Fishways
  • Bridge replacement
  • Utilidors
  • FEATURES AND BENEFITS

    High Profile
    Arches are engineered to maintain a natural waterway and allow for an abrasive bedload. Additionally, these arches are ideal for projects that include large end areas or large spans. The high profile arch is also used for highway grade separations.

    Clearance Box
    Sizes are available from your local Polyfabrics representative.

    Standard and Low Profile
    Arches anchored on footings are ideal for installations where there is limited headroom and low height of cover restrictions. They are especially useful in sites where it is desirable to maintain natural stream beds and are widely used for stream enclosures, culverts and storm sewers.

    Pear Shape
    Is generally used for railway tunnels and underpasses. With proper end treatment, Bolt-A-Plate®provides access and protects the environment from erosion problems.

    Round Pipe
    Is the most common and versatile of the Bolt-A-Plate® shapes. This shape is used primarily for culverts, sewers and sub-drains, but is also appropriate for storage bins, tunnels and bridges.

    Pipe-Arch
    Is ideal for bridges and underpasses with limited overhead clearance. Pipe-arch’s unique shape provides hydraulic advantages at low flow rates for culverts and sewers.

    Elliptical
    Shapes are commonly used for underpasses and service tunnels. The horizontal ellipse is better suited for multi-lane, vehicular underpasses, while the vertical ellipse shape is more appropriate for single lane vehicular and railway underpasses.

    For more information and pricing, please contact our friendly team on 1300 287 484

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    Meet the Team

    Raymond Chow has been involved with the geosynthetics industry for over 15 years. Graduating with a First Class Honours degree in Civil Engineering at the University of Sydney, Raymond specializes in retaining wall designs, soft ground improvement, channel and slope protection, and on-site storm water management.

    Raymond has been on various technical committees addressing geosynthetics, including testing, specification and durability issues.

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