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Discreet Service Enclosure Products from ACO

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In a previous article, we highlight how appropriate ACO's products are for the urban and landscaped environment; providing proof with revealing case studies to demonstrate the suitability of ACO's products.

ACO in Australia offers a range of discreet service enclosures for pavements which provide fast secure and unobtrusive access to underground services such as electrical and communications cables, trade waste systems, valves and junction boxes. These high quality access covers preserve the visual continuity of the pavement surface and are designed to easily accommodate pavement materials with or without decorative floor edging.

ACO's access covers are lockable and ideal for both internal and external applications. They are available in ductile iron (Rhinocast) and galvanised steel (Pavermate and Urbanfil).

This article will show you that not only are ACO's discreet service enclosures highly practical, they're visually unobtrusive which allow designers to create a practical environment without compromising the look of the pavement.

ACO also provides decorative edging (in stainless steel or brass) for enhanced aesthetics.

Let us take a look at the discreet service enclosure products from ACO.

Pavermate - Steel cover and frames for pavers
The Pavermate product range is a complete range of single part, square and rectangular access covers manufactured from galvanised steel. These high quality access covers are deep enough to accommodate pavers.

Pavermate is used in the multi-level car park which is linked to the Terminal 1 of Adelaide Airport Limited by a multi-level bridge. ACO's Pavermate ensured that the access points were secure and discreet, preserving the continuity of the surrounding pavement. For this, ACO supplied these cover and frame systems in different sizes.



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