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  • UniclassL21239:P42CI/SfB

    12 (52.9) Xh1

    EPICB213:X411

    www.peter-savage.co.uk

    BS EN124KM 45942

    FM 37799BS ENISO9001:2000

    issue4

    access covers

    drainage gratings

    surface boxes

    Ductile / Grey IronAccess Covers & Gully Gratings

    & Ancillary Items

  • Peter Savage Ltd have been supplying the constructionindustry since 1976. Over this period we have grown intoone of the most successful companies for the supply ofaccess covers, gully gratings and associated products. The companys uncompromising approach to qualityand service has increased its stature within the industryand elevated us to one of the largest and strongest man-ufacturers and distributors of such products

    Today our range of products is one of the most comprehensive in the market and has seen our companys involvement in some of the UKs mostdemanding and prestigious projects. This brochure detailsour ductile and grey iron range of products, many ofwhich hold BS EN124 B.S.I. Kitemark certification andwhere applicable also meet the addittional recommen-dations of BS 7903: 1997 HA104/02.

    Our sales teams have unrivelled product and marketknowledge and can advise clients on such things as product designs and suitability for application.

    We also have the capability of manufacturing products tocustomer requirements / designs and have a proven trackrecord of turning those ideas into actual working products.

  • Peter Savage Limited is certified by theBritish Standards Institute (B.S.I.), to BS ISO9001:2000 which covers all aspects of ourbusiness from product design and manu-facture through to administration, orderprocessing and stockholding. We maintainsignificant stock levels and this coupledwith our flexible transport infrastructureenable our company to give first class supportto our national & international customers

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  • FM 37799BS EN ISO9001: 2000

    Copyright 2007 Peter Savage Ltd. All rights reserved.

    NUNEATON : 024 7664 1777 : 024 7637 5250 : iron@peter-savage.co.ukWAKEFIELD : 01924 258 381 : 01924 258 382 : wakefield@peter-savage.co.uk2

    contentspreface BS EN124 - British / European Standard

    Project Examples - a small selection of contracts suppliedSavage Ultra & HA104/02Product Development - our approachA.M.P.s patented anti-movement technology - explainedBS 7903 - an introduction to the additional recommendations

    section a Iron access covers & framesD400 Heavy duty Hinged Kitemarked Ductile ironF900 Ultra heavy duty Double triangular Kitemarked Ductile ironE600 Extra heavy duty Double triangular Kitemarked Ductile ironD400 Heavy duty Double triangular Kitemarked Ductile ironC250 Heavy duty Solid top Kitemarked Ductile ironB125 Medium duty Solid top Kitemarked Ductile ironA15 Light duty Solid top/recessed BS EN124 Grey iron

    Gully gratings & Kerb gulliesF900 Ultra Heavy duty Double triangular Kitemarked Ductile iron

    section bD400 Heavy duty Kerb gully unit Kitemarked Ductile ironD400 Heavy duty Double triangular Kitemarked Ductile ironD400 Heavy duty Hinged Kitemarked Ductile ironD400 Heavy duty Retromax/Veemax Kitemarked Ductile ironC250 Heavy duty Hinged Kitemarked Ductile ironC250 Heavy duty Blogully Ductile ironC250 Heavy duty Congully Ductile iron

    section c Surface boxes, Fire hydrant covers, Ancillary products & Optional extrasFire hydrant coversSurface boxesSafet gridsSealing platesPressure platesSecurity grilleTidal flap valves / PenstocksStep ironsAir release & drainage holesBadgingLifting keysStandard lockingMinistry & Home Office approvedPlastic encapsulated step irons

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  • FM 37799BS EN ISO9001: 2000Copyright 2007 Peter Savage Ltd. All rights reserved.

    NUNEATON : 024 7664 1777 : 024 7637 5250 : iron@peter-savage.co.ukWAKEFIELD : 01924 258 381 : 01924 258 382 : wakefield@peter-savage.co.uk 3

  • NUNEATON : 024 7664 1777 : 024 7637 5250 : iron@peter-savage.co.ukWAKEFIELD : 01924 258 381 : 01924 258 382 : wakefield@peter-savage.co.uk FM 37799BS EN ISO

    9001: 2000Copyright 2007 Peter Savage Ltd. All rights reserved.4

  • The premature failure of chamber top and gully top installationshas been shown to be a major contributory factor to the annualmaintenance budget of UK roads.

    Highways Agency HA104/02

    Highway advice note HA104/02 sets out procedures and definesmaterials which will provide the best possible performance ofroad chamber top and gully top installations in trunk roads andmotorways. Its recommendations may be applied to other roadsand traffic conditions, as appropriate.All advice specified in this document supersedes advice given inthe Preferred Method 7, and complements all relevant guidanceand standards provided in the Manual of Contract Documentsfor Highway Works (MCHW) and (BDMRB).Put simply this means that any specifier, contractor or body executing maintenance or remedial work, or any contractor orbody executing work to build, modify or extend a highway shouldfollow the guidance laid down in the new Highways Advice note.All Savage Ultra products meet the requirements of HA104/02.Ultra products are indicated in this brochure by the Ultra logonext to the product code and product details being highlightedin orange.

    Savage Ultra products fully comply with theHighways Agency Advice note HA104/02, whichforms part of Design Manual for Roads & Bridges(DMRB) volume 4, section 2, part 5, which cameinto force in August 2002.http://www.standardsforhighways.co.uk/dmrb/vol4/section2/ha10402.pdf

    Savage Ultra products feature AMPs (anti-move-ment pockets), a patented design which givesmaximum opportunity for the frame to key with asuitable bedding /fixing material, helping to prevent lateral movement in any direction.

    Savage Ultra products fully comply with BS7903:1987. Crucially many recommendations ofBS7903 have been incorporated within HA104/02.

    Savage Ultra products fully comply with BS EN124:1994. Additionally Savage Ultra productsare manufactured to achieve a safety test of+10% over BS EN124 ultimate test loads.

    Savage Ultra products are B.S.I. Kitemark certificated to guarantee third party assurance of quality.

    NUNEATON : 024 7664 1777 : 024 7637 5250 : iron@peter-savage.co.ukWAKEFIELD : 01924 258 381 : 01924 258 382 : wakefield@peter-savage.co.ukFM 37799BS EN ISO

    9001: 2000Copyright 2007 Peter Savage Ltd. All rights reserved. 5

  • Peter Savage's patented AMP's (anti-movement pockets) system com-bined with a solid 75mm flange as per BS7903, gives maximum opportu-nity for the frame to key on to suitable bedding/fixing material to pre-vent movement in any direction during trafficking, whilst spreading theload to achieve a bearing pressure of less than 2.1N/mm*. (As asked for by the Highways Agency in HA104/02.) *on 600 x 600mm clear opening and above.

    Pockets on underside (mating face) of frame to help improve the bond with the bedding mortar.

    AMPs on all four sides, help prevent lateralmovement along every axis.

    Peter Savage Limited operate a policy of continual