Rodding point makes drainage access easy

Wavin, OsmaDrain, rodding point

Wavin describes its OsmaDrain square-top rodding point as a money-saving, hassle-free alternative to inspection chambers or manholes for below-ground drainage systems. These rodding points are suitable for internal and external use. They are available in 110 mm with a 45°C socketed outlet. When supported by a concrete plinth they can support a load of up to 1.5 t.

They are quicker to install than inspection chambers and ensure easy access for rodding.

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