Hydraulic and Classification

BG Hydraulik

Shallow channels
 
up to cl. C 250 kN
up to cl. E 600 kN
Channel type
FCT light mini 100
FCT tec mini 100
FCT pro mini 100
FCT pro
mini 150
FCT pro
mini 200
FCT pro mini 300
Height in mm
55
80
60
80
100
120
170
100
120
200
120
300
capacity (l/m) (l/m)
3,5
4,0
2,3
4,0
8,3
11,3
17,2
11,0
14,9
28,7
19,5
56,6
Qmax (l/s)
0,6
0,8
0,3
0,8
2,2
3,6
6,2
3,0
5,0
11,7
6,0
37,8
Precipitation
(l/s ha)
max. permissible surface (m²)
200
30
40
15
40
110
180
310
150
250
580
300
1890
250
25
30
12
30
80
140
240
120
200
460
240
1510
300
20
25
10
26
70
120
200
100
160
390
200
1260
350
17
20
8
22
60
100
170
85
140
330
170
1080
400
15
20
7
20
55
90
150
75
120
290
150
940
COMMENT: This average calculation of the shallow channels and steel channels is based on a line length of 10 metres and free ru nout for each channel type specified. In the car park channels results from the low height a very shallow water table, which allows only a small drainage capacity.This is why car park channels are predominantly used as evaporation channels (capacity is crucial). We will be pleased to draft an exact hydraulic calculation adapted to local conditions at any time.
Channels without edges
 
up to cl. C 250 kN
Channel type
FCT light 100
FCT light 150
Height:
0
10-0
0
capacity (l/m)
6,4
11,4
Qmax (l/s)
1,6
4,0
5,9
Precipitation
(l/s ha)
max. permissible surface (m²)
200
80
200
290
250
60
160
230
300
50
130
190
350
40
110
160
400
40
100
140
COMMENT: This average calculation is based on a line length of 20 metres and free runout for each channel type specified. We will be pleased to draft an exact hydraulic calculation adapted to local conditions at any time.
FILCOTEN channels with edges
 
up to cl. C 250 kN
up to cl. E 600 kN
Channel type
FCT tec 100
FCT tec 150
FCT tec 200
FCT pro 100
FCT pro 150
FCT pro 200
FCT pro 300
Height
0
10-0
0
BH = 195
0
10-0
0
10-0
0
10-0
0
10-0
20-0
capacity (l/m)
8,9
13,9
19,8
25,1
8,3
12,5
20,4
26,5
35,7
43,7
72,8
85,3
95,9
Qmax (l/s)
2,7
5,5
8,4
10,8
2,6
5,3
10,0
15,5
21,0
30,0
51,0
65,0
80,0
Precipitation
(l/s ha)
max. permissible surface (m²)
200
130
270
420
540
130
260
500
770
1050
1500
2550
3250
4000
250
100
220
330
430
100
210
400
620
840
1200
2040
2600
3200
300
90
180
280
360
80
170
330
510
700
1000
1700
2160
2660
350
70
150
240
300
70
150
280
440
600
850
1450
1850
2280
400
60
130
210
270
60
130
250
380
520
750
1270
1620
2000
COMMENT: This average calculation is based on a line length of 20 metres and free runout for each channel type specified. We will be pleased to draft an exact hydraulic calculation adapted to local conditions at any time.
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Classification according to load classes

Load class Capacity load Areas of use according to EN 1433
A 15 15 kN Thoroughfares, which are used exclusively by pedestrians and cyclists and other comparable areas e.g. green spaces.
B 125 125 kN Footpaths, pedestrian zones and similar areas such as parking lots and Multi storey car parks.
C 250 250 kN Only applies to attachments / drains in the slope areas, with a maximum of 0,5 from the kerbstone to the road and to the pavement, O.2 m. This also applies to hard shoulders free of traffic.
D 400 400 kN Road lanes (as well as pedestrian streets ), side strips of roads, parking areas and similar fortified (macadam) thoroughfares.
E 600 600 kN Not suitable for public transport areas with a high wheel load, e.g. roads in the precincts of industrial construction.
F 900 900 kN Areas with an especially high percent of wheel load, e.g. Flight operational areas at airports.
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