Dish Channel

Dish Channel provided a 'gutter' for the drainage of surface water and provided a spacer between the edge of the macadam or asphalt and the face of the kerb.


  • Retaining the carriageway edge to prevent 'spreading' and loss of structural integrity.
  • Acting as a barrier or demarcation between road traffic and pedestrians or verges.
  • Providing physical 'check' to prevent vehicles leaving the carriageway.
  • Forming a channel along which surface water can be drained.
Dish Channel
Dimensions(mm) Compressive Strength(N/mm2) Weight(kg/no)
600x450x100/70 (Perforated) > 20 57
600x450x100/70 (Non-Perforated) > 20 58