A: Sorry no. We do have a 5.4" x 5.4" which is our Deep Series
A: Yes, providing you set in concrete, per the instructions. You can drive a car or pickup truck up to 3300lbs per axle. Not rated for plant or equipment traffic
A: Not sure it would do much in your lawn...French drain is better for that. I put it in concrete with rebar stakes in front of the garage. You could use it in your concrete or tile and transition to French drain.
A: The drain doesn't need to be anchored if using concrete. The concrete will anchor the drain when it flows between the gaps at the feet of the channel preventing floating. IF no concrete is used, it is okay to rebar and tie to the gaps of the feet of the channel.
A: It would seem that compacted gravel would work if you don’t expect any side pressure on the trench. In my case the trench was U shaped (two 90 degree pieces) and since the straight sections can only be cut at certain places there was a gap between my concrete patio and the trench, so I needed concrete filler anyway.
A: If not correctly set in concrete, then the drain could have the ability to move within the gravel, losing its load rating.
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