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Different product types of grateing explained - 03 Dec 2015 10:39

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[[html]]Depending on where you are from, different countries have different terms <a href="http://www.jonite.us">basement floor drain cover</a> for "storm drain".
<br><br>Accordingly to Wikipedia, a <a href="http://www.jonite.us">grated channel drains</a> storm drain is basically a tunnel that carry runoffs (rain) from urban areas. For a layman, it helps to think along the line of sewage system that works beneath our cities.
<br><br>In the states, this is also known as "storm drain" or "storm sewer".
<br><br>In the UK, this is often called "surface water drain" or "surface water sewer".
<br><br>In Australia and New Zealand, it is popularly known as "stormwater drain".
<br><br>And there you <a href="http://www.jonite.us">floor furnace grate</a> have it, the next <a href="http://www.jonite.us">floor grates registers</a> time you hear someone mentioning "storm drain", "storm sewer", "surface water drain","surface water sewer" and "stormwater drain", you now know they mention the same thing.
<br><br>Functions of storm drain include draining excess water (rain or storm water) and ground water from pavement, streets and carparks into rivers and streams in order to avoid flooding.
<br><br>Although storm drains perform a amazing job of draining excess water from the urban areas, the inlets are essentially openings where left uncovered can pose a hazard to pedestrians. Left uncovered, rubbish will go into the storm drains and cause choking which might eventually cause flooding.
<br><br><img src="http://www.jonite.us/images/gallery/channel-grates/channelgrates07.jpg" width="291" /><br><br>To ensure storm drains serve their purposes while minimizing the dangers posed to pedestrians and to prevent choking of the drains, drain covers (gratings) are used to cover the inlets (openings) of the storm drains to achieve two purposes.
<br><br>Over at Jonite, we specialise in steel reinforced drain covers (gratings) which cover your storm drains while preserving the aesthetic aspects of the architecture around the drain covers.
<br><br><img style="float:right;margin:10px;border:none;" src="http://www.jonite.us/images/gallery/channel-grates/channelgrates01.jpg" width="325" /><br><br>What is a channel drain?
<br><br>A channel drain is essentially the exact same thing as the trench drain. Actually, there are numerous names like line drain, slot drain, linear drain or strip drain which all refer to the same thing object.
<br><br><img style="float:right;margin:10px;border:none;" src="http://www.jonite.us/images/gallery/channel-grates/channelgrates06.jpg" width="364" /><br><br>A channel drain (trench drain) is a type of floor drain that has a channel shaped body recognized by its long length and narrow width.
<br><br>Channel drains (trench drains) are commonly mistaken for french drains. It is advisable to keep in mind that french drains aren't the same as channel or trench drains.
<br><br>With any type of drains, channel drains (trench drains) too require a cover to serve as a safety precaution and to prevent large objects from entering the drains which cause choking.
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