POO PIT 300 RISER MAINTENANCE SHAFT
The Smartstream Poo Pit ‘300 Riser maintenance shaft” is an Australian designed and manufactured maintenance shaft suitable for use and implementation in sewer, stormwater or subsoil drainage. This maintenance shaft is manufactured to ideally suit PVC, PE, polypropylene or clay pipelines.
The Poo Pit™ 300 riser maintenance shaft achieves any angle between 45 and 315 degrees on 150mm pipelines and between 65 and 295 degr on 225mm pipelines. There ae also larger pipe sizes are also available at 300mm and 375mm.
With the Smartstream Poo Pit 300 Riser maintenance shaft, the grade and invert drops can be achieved without the need for additional fittings such as deflection and kicker bends.
Poo Pit maintenance shafts can be supplied with up to 3 inlets and also used as a terminal maintenance shaft. Each Poo Pit™ maintenance shaft is 100% watertight, with all products individually tested before delivery to site.
- Certified to WSA 137 – 2013
- Water Services of Australia (WSAA) appraised
- In excess of 50,000 products in service
- Accommodates any grade and angle
- No horizontal/vertical alignment adjusting bends needed
- Available with 225, 300 or 600mm riser
- Up to 3 inlets possible in each Poo Pit™
- Accommodates pipes of all material types
- Suitable for welded connection to Polyethylene pipes
- Made to suit either solvent weld or rubber ring PVC
- Multiple pipe material connections possible on the same pit
- All fittings prefabricated prior to delivery
- Tested to depths of 7.5m, see local authority for approved depth
- Half Pit available for shallow installations
- 100% watertight. Every product tested
- Lightweight and user friendly
- Corrosion resistant (internal / external)
- Reduced transport and handling costs
- Rapid delivery over traditional materials
- Improved efficiencies providing cost benefits to the end user
- UV resistant, state of the art Polyethylene technology
- No concrete encasement required
- Eliminates confined space entry
- Accommodates traditional and the latest inspection methods
- No variation to design or installation practices required
- Easy connection of new lines
- Reduced excavation size
- No onsite welding or spark testing required