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null Pro Series 5 in. x 40 in. Channel and Grate Kit with End Outlet
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Pro Series 5 in. x 40 in. Channel and Grate Kit with End Outlet

  • Pre-assembled channel drain decrease installation time.
  • Modular design makes channel drain flexible for longer runs.
  • Interlocking channel design eliminates the need for couplings.
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The NDS Pro Series 5 in. x 40 in. Channel and Grate Kit with End Outlet has a modular design that allows you to install any length easily without loss of structural strength. The unique interlocking channel design allows each channel to securely lock to the next for a secure, tight fit. This assembly is made of PVC and rated for light-traffic areas.

  • Made of weather-resistant polypropylene
  • Rated for light-traffic areas
  • Unique interlocking-channel design for a secure, tight fit
  • Includes 40 in. channel drain and grate, 1 end outlet and 1 end cap

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Mud sediment cleanout

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November 11, 2015
Will this drain catch sand and heavy mud? And, can the top grate be easily removed for clean out?
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Jersey
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November 25, 2015
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Top grate is built in sections and each can be removed by taking out about six screws.
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November 18, 2015
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Yes the grate is designed to lift off yet holds fast
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November 16, 2015
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yes, the top is held on by screws - easy to remove to clean out.
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Benson AZ
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November 16, 2015
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Great Question darryl. There is no clean out however the top is removable with a common screw driver. Hope this helps.
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Pennsylvania
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November 14, 2015
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Each channel has 2 grates that are easily removed by unscrewing the 8 stainless steel screws. Then you will have access to clean out any sediment.
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Atlanta, GA
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November 12, 2015
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Pre-assembled Modular Pro Series Channel Drains are efficient, easy to use and will decrease installation time. They quickly remove water from hardscapes as perimeter drains and direct it away from building structures or any other area requiring surface drainage. Sand and mud can flow into the channels and will need to be cleaned out periodically.
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Pre-assembled Modular Pro Series Channel Drains are efficient, easy to use and will decrease installation time. They quickly remove water from hardscapes as perimeter drains and direct it away from building structures or any other area requiring surface drainage. Sand and mud can flow into the channels and will need to be cleaned out periodically.
Grates are held on by stainless steel screws. Simply remove the screws and lift off the grates to clean out the channel. Read Less
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WHAT IS THE AUTOMOBILE TRAFFIC LOADING CAPABILITY OF THIS DRAIN?

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October 12, 2015
I WANT TO USE THIS TO CAPTURE RAIN WATER RUN OFF IN MY DRIVEWAY
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Jersey
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November 25, 2015
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Unit is rated to carry light loads - like autos - at low speeds - so it should work fine for the end of a driveway. I would caution that placement should be in the middle of the driveway so if you do get occasional delivery truck traffic its not in the direct line of those tires. I dont think it would carry heavy loads well.
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November 18, 2015
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well constructed and fairly narrow this should not be a concern if installed in a solid substrate
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Benson AZ
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November 16, 2015
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Great question RUNOFF. The specs. say " light trucks at 20 MPH". Hope this helps.
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Rosenberg, Texas.
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November 10, 2015
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Light duty cars and trucks. No Heavy duty commercial vehicles.
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Atlanta, GA
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November 4, 2015
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The NDS Pro Series channel drain has a class B load rating. It is rated for loads of 61-175 psi. Recommended for medium-duty pneumatic tire traffic, autos and light trucks at speeds less than 20 m.p.h.
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what kind of pipe is used to run the water away, solid pvc or black flexable pipe ?

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either will work but the corrugated will obviously leave water in the channel if you are concerned about the possibility of mosquito breeding ground...set a good pitch or go with smooth pipe at a good pitch.
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Great Question idg67. Either will work depending on your needs. I hard piped mine with 3" PVC. Hope this helps.
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smooth PVC is best.
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Both can do the job. The "black flexible" is not meant to be buried.
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July 17, 2015
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Polypropylene is used.
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How is it connected to a 4" drainage pipe?

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How is it connected to a 4" drainage pipe?
The drain end does not look round, rather kind of square. Does it need any adaptor to connect to a 4" round pipe?
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Depending on the placement, you will need to buy and adapter or two.
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December 19, 2015
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You just need a reducer to change your size
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Great question Anonymous. This made from PVC and compatible with the like. Using a 3" to 4" reducer will work or a slip on clamp style as well. Hoe this helps.
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The NDS 5" Pro Series Channel Drain will easily connect to drain pipe and drain pipe fittings. The 5” wide pre-assembled channel drains include one meter (39 3/4”) of channel drain and grates, 1 end outlet, and 1 end cap. A bottom outlet is molded into the channel drain.
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Pro Series 5 in. x 40 in. Channel and Grate Kit with End Outlet is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 37.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Long Term Performance Rusted out hardware and root intrusion thru the seams This is a review after several years of installation. The plastic is holding up well be after the 1st year the screws holding the grates in place rusted out. Amazing that for a unit meant for outside use that a fastening system was used that was not rust proof. Ill will attempt to replace them with stainless steel small metal screws but unfortunately the body of the rusted screw in many cases is still in place. Will probably have to tap into the plastic elsewhere. Also the end caps do not fit tightly enough to prevent tree routes from working their way inside the pipes through the end caps and blocking the drainage.
Date published: 2016-09-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Years of Service I installed one of these at the back end of a backyard driveway years ago due to storm flow washing over the lawn beyond the drive, and it has collected the water and transferred it over the slope beyond as intended. Grass clippings and other materials such as in the fall leaves will collect on it, but are easily brushed away.
Date published: 2016-08-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A good idea for the draiage project. I was in the midst of a drainage project, and I stumbled on this item. I like the technology behind it. I has user friendly installation ways, and it takes you to your ideas and needs of the project, which would be satisfied. It come in about 4 feet long, but you can cut it at every 4 inches, and connect it to another similar piece. The drain pipe can be connected at the bottom or on the side, as you like it, or as per your needs. It was very useful item for my project.
Date published: 2015-11-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great product - if you know what your doing. As a Licensed, Bonded and Insured Contractor, the reviews I read here laughable - at minimum. I use these several times a year and have not had 1 complaint. In time, perhaps the grates may need replaced. However, with general Residential traffic (no heavy trucks), I don't see any problems. Never use wooden stakes to support the drains - ever. Use pieces of rebar about 14" long. Place drains at your required elevations. Use the rebar to help hold that elevation. Pound the rebar into the ground, just at the top of the holders/pockets on the side of the drain. You do not want rebar at the same elevation/grade as the top of drains. Using tie-wire, wrap below and above the drain, around the rebar as the drain may try to float when concrete is placed. An experienced Finisher will know when it's time to get out on the concrete and snip the tie-wire off the top of drains, and float the concrete accordingly. Always, always always, leave a few inches below the drain for concrete - for additional support. Be sure to have the concrete (slowly) placed around the drain FIRST. Be sure to push concrete into the void below drain. If you place the drain on the ground, in time it may settle, and the drain itself. Good luck!
Date published: 2015-09-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product for a drainage system This drainage channel is made of sturdy material and it is strong enough to drive my tractor over it without damaging the product. It comes with an end cap and one outlet. There is also the option of knocking out the insert on the bottom if you want bottom drainage. I like that the grate is attached with stainless steel screws that can be removed for cleaning inside. The channel has 2 grates that each measure 5.25" x 19.5" and there are 4 screws in each grate. This 40-inch section will fit perfectly across a pathway I have that goes downhill. I have french drains on the side, but the water has started to flow down the middle of the path during a heavy rain. This channel will divert that water into the french drain nicely. All I need is another outlet for one side and the pipe connections to complete the project. This drainage system is one that I plan to install in a few problem areas that we have on our property, and I like it better than a french drain. What is nice is that there is a choice of widths of 3", 5", 8", and 12". There is also a choice of depths of deep or shallow.
Date published: 2015-11-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Just a Few Nagging Concerns... Our major home rebuild was completed 2 years ago….but there’s still the driveway to tackle. The original drainage “fix” makes mowing difficult and doesn’t address the water pooling at the expansion joint (see before photos). We think this will be just the fix as we plan to repair these troublesome sections of the driveway. This driveway sits in some hot, hot Texas sunshine and my only concern are reviews saying sunlight might compromise the integrity of the plastic….and whether or not grate replacements are available if and when the time comes. Since the grates are a separate component from the body of the channel, secured in place by Phillips-head screws, we won’t have the clean-out problem we have with the present, poor-boy solution the original homeowner chose….or the mowing problem.
Date published: 2015-11-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Plastic so it will not rust, yet very strong and durable Obviously installation is going to take some effort especially in old construction where cement must be cut and removed. In new construction installation would take some thought but much easier. The included parts were all there and neatly secured inside during shipment. It is intensely strong when driven over and hasn't shown any signs of degrading. This is installed inside the garage, so sunlight is not a factor in this instance. Salt in this area is used intensely in the winter, and the plastic construction is a huge plus. Do not let plastic scare you. This is strong and it looks very good. An interesting second use ... before installation, I used it the set the shovel on. I appreciated not having snow melting and running inside in the garage. If I was building a new garage from scratch, I would install one of these in the floor just for snow melt off from the shovel.
Date published: 2016-05-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Product will fail due to sunshine I installed these when I poured my driveway. Less than 10 years later the grates are failing because sunshine breaks down the plastic. I can break off pieces of the grate with my hand. I called the manufacturer but was told that when you buy tires or a roof you expect to replace them after some use and it is the same with these grates. If you install them, you should know the manufacturer says you should expect to buy new grates after five years.
Date published: 2015-03-12
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