Mascot Engineering, one of the first to manufacture iron covers and multipart infill covers for the Australian market are the experts in providing multipart solutions for any application.
Multipart infill access covers combine standard size ductile iron infill covers, combined with galvanised support beams, in multiple rows, generally used when the clear opening requirements exceed 1200mm in both directions.
Applications for multipart access covers
Multipart infill access covers are often used on larger projects such as road and rail, however, can be used anywhere access to large pits is required, such in the case of:
- Electrical substations
- Sewer systems
- Various civil and infrastructure projects such as airports and hospitals
- Public spaces such as malls and entertainment districts
- Any other application requiring large and component access to underground storage.
Mascot multipart range includes:
- Concrete infill
- Paver infill
- Solid top
- Decorative edge – brass or stainless steel
Made for you
Using standard sized covers, all multiparts are assembled in our facility, checked for accuracy and marked to assist installation on site. They are pulled down and carefully prepared for transport to site. Please note, where possible the multiparts will be supplied/delivered assembled – this service will depend on the overall size of the multipart, its weight and its destination.
Mascot multipart configurations
Mascot Engineering’s system relies on a number of ‘rows’ of covers divided by fixed or removable beams to achieve the desired clear opening. The beam size will depend upon the load rating as well as the beam’s length. In all cases unless requested, beams are supplied cut to length, galvanised and with lifting points.
There are thousands of combinations available, our technical team are experts in developing the right solution to fit your needs. The process usually involves sending your drawings or dimensions through to email@example.com and our team will provide a tailored solution to meet your needs, alternatively, see the table below.