Rigofill® inspect system Detention
Rigofill detention/infiltration systems
...save an enormous amount of space and excavation work as compared to pipe and gravel swales since they use 95 % of their volume to store water. Subsoil storage spaces for stormwater can be built in a very efficient and cost-saving way. Since Rigofill inspect features excellent load-bearing characteristics, the space above can be put to high-quality use, e.g. for parking areas.
- Germany: DIBt (Deutsches Institut für Bautechnik)
- Germany: RAL (Gütezeichen Regenwassersysteme)
- France: CSTB (Centre Scientiﬁ que et Technique du Bâtiment)
- Great Britain: BBA (British Board of Agreement)
- Belgium: BCCA (Belgian Construction Certiﬁ cation Association)
- Poland: IBDiM (Instytut Badawczy Dróg i Mostów)
Trust is good - safety is better
Swales are durable constructions for urban drainage, they must work reliably for decades. Durability and reliability are essential requirements. To this, the self-monitoring ordinances of the countries demand first-time and recurring visual inspections upon commissioning and during operation. The best way to check the state of a system using state-of-the-art technology is CCTV inspection. A completed detention/infiltration system can be checked excellently for final acceptance or later. This establishes safety for authorities, engineers, construction companies, customers, and operators.
Inspectability of the system
The unique design of the inspection tunnel allows for an unobstructed view of the entire interior and not only the inspection tunnel but also, for example, the load-bearing elements, the condition of the geotextile and the entire soil area. The integrated QuadroControl shafts and their generously dimensioned access diameter allow unobstructed access "from above". Camera dollies can easily be positioned to achieve optimum inspection results. Rigofill offers excellent opportunities to inspect the interior of a system at any time.
Product description Rigofill inspect - Underground storage/infiltration modules
Case Study Harrislee, B 200 reconstruction