Features & Benefits
Meets EN124 Loading Requirements
Meets requirements of BS EN124: 1994 (B125) Meets relevant European and British standards and is kitemarked for compliance.
Tapered Sides and Centralised Lifting Points
Cover leaves are tapered and possess lifting points in the centre, not the corner, of the cover. This allows one person to lift and slide the cover out.
No Inherent Scrap Value
Covers are not attractive to thieves. Stolen covers mean costs of replacement and of guarding open access chambers.
Slip resistance increases throughout product life cycle as product ages.
Concrete Infill access covers have long service life when installed, providing lower total life costs for the end user.
Bespoke Sizes Available
Can be manufactured in a large size range, using cross-beams and cross-pieces to build multi-cover units.
Spring-loaded cylinder locking mechanisms can be built into the cover, allowing for the covers to be locked securely. Locking keys can be adapted to suit the end user’s needs. This prevents access to the infrastructure network below.
Badged with Customer Information
Covers can be badged with information to allow for identification by operatives.
Rolled Steel & Concrete
The frames, covers and cross pieces are manufactured from rolled steel section in compliance with BS1449 and galvanised in compliance with BS EN ISO 1461 .
Individual covers are filled with concrete.
Concrete Infill covers are available in a range of standard sizes as well as available as bespoke covers. Cross-beams and cross-pieces can be used to build multi-cover units with options in security and badging.
Download our product size guide for more information on available sizes.
AX-S™ Concrete Infill covers are 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
AX-S™ Concrete Infill can be supplied with the following accessories:
Bespoke customer details can be included in the badge for identification and awareness.
Access covers can be fitted with a locking system to deter acts of vandalism. This is by means of a stainless steel spring-loaded captive bolt which is cast into the cover. A turnbuckle is fitted to the lock and swings into the frame to secure the cover in position.The bolt has a specially machined head which can only be opened with a matching key. Bespoke keys can be provided on request.