Stormwater well cover with side inlet - Standard

 

Our versatile stormwater well cover with side inlet is designed to facilitate when it comes to both new installations, rebuilds and for future operations and maintenance. ”Standard” has two water inlets. The cover is unique in its design and can be used in different ways.

 

Our Standard well cover has a built in pipe socket in the bottom part and it can be used both as a scupper and wellcover simultaneously.

There is no need to to demolish an old well and build a new one a few inches away. Instead, you attach a 200mm plastic pipe directly to our Standard well cover and lead the pipe to the old well. The old cover is then supplemented with a tight lid, which in most cases comes as standard. Sludge cleaning occurs from the old cover. Alternatively, you install our cover on top of a brand new well.

 

The locking of the grating cover is completely unique. The lock consists of two rubber bushings. Thanks to the rubber bushings, no noise arises when the lid is clamped in the bushings. No special tool is required to open the cover, a regular iron skewer works great.

 

Imagine the savings if you use our Standard cover instead of demolishing an old well and installing a new one including a new standard cover. And if you have to taper off a whole street there is no longer a need to move 10 or more wells for no reason!

Pekuma Standard well cover is approved according to EN 124 C250. RSK number: 7037801

 

If you want to look at a model of Standard in 3-D, you can look here:

Surfacewater well covering Standard with side inlet

 

Since the Pekuma Standard cover differ significantly from "ordinary" stormwater well covers, the mounting procedure is different. We will be more than happy to come out and assist you all the way from planning to work preparation. Contact us for a meeting.

 

Click on the pictures below for more information.

Well cover with side intake
Stormwater well cover with side inlet, Pekuma Standard. The cover has two water inlets.
Well cover with side intake
Stormwater well cover with side inlet, Pekuma Standard. The cover has two water inlets.
Opening of the lid
Opening the lid is easy with an iron skewer
Sealed side inlet
When the cover is used submerged, like a
conventional well cover, the side inlet is sealed with a stainless steel cover.
No leakage between cover and well
The pipe socket prevents any leaking of water between the cover and the well, that might cause material migration and subsidence. Pekuma Standard is therefore well suited for use in water protection areas.
London  Viaduct, Stockholm, Sweden
The water from the walkway/bicycle path is led to a tree planting in order to take advantage of the rainwater to water the trees and to use the trees as natural water infiltrators and purifiyers.
London  Viaduct, Stockholm, Sweden
The water from the walkway/bicycle path is led to a tree planting in order to take advantage of the rainwater to water the trees and to use the trees as natural water infiltrators and purifiyers.
Folkungagatan, Stockholm, Sweden
This installation picture shows how to connect "Standard" to a well with a sediment trap which then leads the water to the trees via an infiltration pipe.
Installation of Pekuma Standard well cover
The picture shows how to bevel the curb so that damage from the snow plow is avoided. The picture also shows how to make a cut out in the curb for the cover to sit firmly in its position.
Cover during installation
The picture shows how to bevel the curb so that damage from the snow plow is avoided. The picture also shows how to make a cut out in the curb for the cover to sit firmly in its position.
The scupper function
No need to install a new well, just connect a pipe from the new cover to the old well. Thanks to the built in pipe socket in the cover, you do not need to move the entire well.
The scupper function
No need to install a new well, just connect a pipe from the new cover to the old well. Thanks to the built in pipe socket in the cover, you do not need to move the entire well.
Scupper function
No need to install a new well, just connect a pipe from the new cover to the old well. Thanks to the built in pipe socket in the cover, you do not need to move the entire well.
Moving of curb
The picture shows both the location of the old cover and where the new cover should sit. Our covers' built in scupper function is used, and the need to tear down the old well and install a new one just a few inches away is eliminated.
Installation of Pekuma Standard
The picture shows both the location of the old cover and where the new cover should sit. Our covers' built in scupper function is used, and the need to tear down the old well and install a new one just a few inches away is eliminated.
Installation of Pekuma Standard
The picture shows both the location of the old cover and where the new cover should sit. Our covers' built in scupper function is used, and the need to tear down the old well and install a new one just a few inches away is eliminated.
Installation of Pekuma Standard
Here the cover is installed in mortar. From the pipe socket the water is led to a tree planting.
Installation of Pekuma Standard
This image shows how you take care of the rain water and leads it to a well. From the well the water is led to a tree planting and used for watering.
Pekuma Standard cover used submerged
A submerged cover on Södergatan in Helsingborg. Here the side inlet has been sealed to be able to use the cover in street level.
Pekuma Standard cover used submerged
A submerged cover on Södergatan in Helsingborg. Here the side inlet has been sealed to be able to use the cover in street level.
Demonstration of Scupper function in use
Thanks to the pipe socket you can connect several covers to the same well.
Demonstration of Scupper function in use
Thanks to the pipe socket you can connect several covers to the same well.
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