Specs and Techs: 380SQ FTTH Access Point
This specification describes the axs 380SQ ICT Access Point. Also known variously as: draw box, boundary box, hand-hole, drawbox. The unit weight is 3,1kg.
Features and Benefits:
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The main use of the box is for applications where:
- A larger footprint is allowed on the pavement
- New installations
- Limited/minimal traffic is expected
- Connecting residential clients to networks
- Larger working area inside the unit
As with all plastic structures, installation and backfilling of these manholes/draw-boxes both form an integral part of the structure. Bad/inadequate installation practice may lead to failure.
A stone free bedding (underlayer) of minimum 50mm is required. Quarry sand is suggested.
Backfilling (reinstatement) to paving level should be competed with stone free (-6mm) material. This should be layered 50 – 75mm
at a time, and tamped to required compaction. Stabilisation of the backfill material with the addition of 5% cement is recommended,ensuring stability of the construction/assembly.
These are small units, and mechanical tamping is not recommended.
This specialist, high quality, injection-moulded product is produced using SABS grade fibre filled Polypropylene (PP) Plastic viz:
|1. Box and cover||PP, UV stabilised|
|2. Lock||PP, UV stabilised|
|3. O Ring||6mm diameter NBR|
|Dimensions||As per drawings on request|
|Branding||As per clients specification|
|Loading||1500Kg Downward Point load with 150mm footprint|
|280mm x 380mm – this is the “footprint” after installation.
Chamber lid – 1,64kg.
|The box section is supplied with knock-out type holes, or with drilling, 50mm two holes per side, and two holes 10mm per side. Chamber – 1,46kg|