Protect your drains
You install a new drainage system and hand the site over to the following trades, with everything looking immaculate. But when you return at the end of the project, you find the inspection chambers full of mud, rubble and debris. We’re on a mission to solve this problem for the groundworks industry with our MuckStopper range of products. Save on a costly cleanup operation and jetting the drains.
Issues below ground?
I’ve been heading up the R&D department at Drainfast for the past 2.5 years and the MuckStopper range is one of the first major systems that we are bringing to market. We look forward to working with the groundworks industry to implement this system and develop more innovative systems.
Nigel James, R&D Director
Working in partnership
We have had the honour of working with some of the leading brands in the construction industry, and in most cases, we continue to work together to this day. We're problem solvers. If a challenge frequently arises during groundworks projects, we like nothing better than to develop a practical solution.
When the roads and sewers team from M&J Evans Construction Ltd (North West) began work at a 400-unit Taylor Wimpey development site in David Whitby Way in Crewe, they knew the extended period of the development project would present challenges in terms of keeping manholes and road gullies free of silt.
Barratt Developments acquired a 10-hectare site in Thornton just eight miles from Liverpool city centre and planned to build 268 dwellings. Read how MuckStopper protected the drainage systems on the site during construction.
B&T Plant Hire, a division of O'Halloran and O'Brien (OHOB), provides groundworks and civils plant hire across South East England.
It’s quite imperative that we keep the drains clean from an installation point of view. MuckStopper is a very good and practical product.
No costly drainage jetting was required on Webb Groundwork's project thanks to the innovative MuckStopper kit they implemented. This saved them money and time.
Using the MuckStopper, you know, you're saving yourself a massive amount of money. It's a good idea.
I've had twelve MuckStoppers on demo for the last twelve weeks, and they seem to be working very well. It's got to save money at the end of the day.
The Muck Stops Here
“When you haven’t got the MuckStopper, you’re left with the problem of everything falling down the manhole. When the lines are in use, or rainwater or any sort of water gets in there, it’s then pushed down the line. Later in the process, you’ve then got to get everyone out to sort the problem, which is very expensive and not ideal, whereas using the MuckStopper, you know, you’re saving yourself a massive amount of money. It’s a good idea.”
Josh Milford, Ganger, DF Groundworks & Civil Engineering
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