Features & Benefits
Flexible During Installation
Chambers can be adapted to suit on-site conditions with standard tools to overbuild over existing networks, Introduce duct entries for cable entry and for top-section fine adjustment.
All Weather Construction
Unlike with brick-built chambers where freezing temperatures can stop work, Quad can be installed in all types of weather.
Complete System Offering
‘Drop in’ HDPE covers (rated to 1.5T loading) - meaning no frame is required. Concrete Infill and Ductile Iron B125 access cover options are also available.
High Strength to Weight Ratio
The material is significantly lighter than other conventional materials that can provide the same inherent strength.
Fast & Easy to Install
MONObox™ chambers are significantly faster to install than conventional alternatives, with complete installations typically taking up to one hour. This results in reduced costs for the installer. No specialist equipment or plant is required in order to install the chamber and there is no need for specialist box builders.
MONObox™ Carson is manufactured in nitrogen-foamed High Density Polyethylene (HDPE), of which up to 70% is recycled material.
HDPE possesses excellent strength to weight properties.
Information on sizing
The MONObox™ Carson range encompasses rectangular and circular chambers available in a wide range of shapes and sizes. The rectangular boxes are available in 6 types with a range of clear opening options, with the circular chambers providing two options. A range of HDPE covers and security options are available across each range.
MONObox™ Carson is suitable for installation in environments rated to B125 under EN124.
Suitable for footways, pedestrian areas and comparable areas, car parks or parking decks.
Options & Accessories
MONObox™ Carson can be supplied with the following accessories:
Drainage Grates & Plates
The Carson range can be supplied with a number of grate options for drainage and bottom plates in order to seal the base of the chamber.
Artificial Grass Covers
Carson chambers have been specified on golf courses throughout the USA, Europe, the Middle East and Australasia. Artificial covers options are available to help blend into the surrounding environment.