Linear Trench Drain

Linear Trench Drain
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Linear Trench Drain

Trench Drain Z886 6" [152 mm] wide pre-sloped trench drainage system. High density polyethylene structural composite drain channel with .75% bottom slope. All sections are 80-inch modular lengths with integral top frame, inter-locking ends and radiuses bottom. This Linear trench drain has combination tie-down/levelling devices at 20-inch intervals. Furnished with heavy-duty Dura-coated cast iron grate unless otherwise specified. USA configurable.

  • Saves labor up to 75% – lightweight durable polyethylene construction
  • Integral rebar clips for elevation set
  • Longer, light weight sections
  • Mechanical interlocking connections

Can angles other than 45's and 90's be created for trench drains?

  • ​Yes, we can create specials with different angles please contact your Zurn customer service representative for more information.​

Does the Z886 have a UV inhibitor built into the plastic?

  • Yes, the Z886 does have a UV inhibitor built into the plastic.​

How can we connect between a trench drain and basin that are side-by-side?

  • There are two viable connection methods: 1. A bottom outlet can be used on the trench, piping over to the basin with standard pipe fittings. 2. We can fabricate a side outlet at the end of the last channel on the trench drain. Please contact Zurn Engineering for more information.​

What is the maximum temperature of water the Z886 can handle?

  • The Z886 can handle water temperatures up to 140 degrees Fahrenheit.  If higher temperatures will be passing through the trench, the Z806 can handle water temperatures up to 150 degrees Fahrenheit, and the ZV806 can handle water temperatures up to 210 degrees Fahrenheit.​

What type of catch basins can be used with the Z886 drain system?

  • The Z887-6, Z887-12, or Z887-24 catch basins can be used with the Z886 system.

Will the Z886-SVF-RPSRC withstand car traffic?

  • No, it will not withstand car traffic.  The -SVF is only a veneer and is not intended for dynamic loading.  The -HDS frame would need to be used.​