Our Cover Directory

Our Glass Reinforced Plastic covers are specialized for the purpose, and we design and manufacture a wide range of GRP covers. Have a look around our navigation menu to the right, and decide what cover is best for you. Of course, all of our covers are specially designed and manufactured; whatever you see can be adapted for its use in your project. 

For any inquiries regarding our GRP Covers, get in touch through our phoneline on our About page, and we can provide a quote for you- the time that the quote will take is dependant on the complexity of your requirements, so please keep that in mind. 

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Beam and Infill

The beam and infill system offers a flexible solution to covering any shape of tank or chamber. The BI system pans up to 22 meters and is totally self-supporting. The system allows for covers to be fitted without the need for emptying or cleaning the tank as no access into the structure is required. As this is a modular system, covers can be built directly onto the structure, unlike other covers that need to be built on the ground and then lifted into position. An advantage on sites where space is at a premium. Corporate Engineering offers a full range of access manways, inspection and mixer hatches to suit your requirements. Flat areas for walkways can be included around hatches and equipment (if required). Different access loadings can be defined by contrasting colours. Covers can be manufactured to any British Standard or RAL colour. Beam and infill covers are supplied as a kit of smaller components making them easy to transport and install. Covers can be containerised for export.

Inlets

No two inlet works are the same- each one needs to have covers specifically designed for it. Whether the covers are to fit a newly built inlet works or are to be retrofitted to an existing structure, Corporate Engineering can develop a design concept to suit.
 

For new works, we are happy to offer advice on the inlet work’s design to enable efficient covering to minimize odor escape. By following some simple guidelines, the efficiency of the covers can be increased dramatically while keeping costs to a minimum.
 

Even the most complex inlet works can be retro-fitted with odour containment covers. Corporate Engineering can visit the site and lead you through the preparation work that is required to allow GRP covers to be installed.

Where access for operations personnel is required, cover panels can be designed to support imposed loads of up to 5kN/m2. Slip deterrent surfaces and handrailing are normally supplied in these areas.

 

Corporate Engineering can provide examples of covers to:

  • Inlet wet wells

  • Screw pumping stations

  • Inlet screens

  • Distribution, by-pass and flume channels

  • Grit removal lanes

  • Fat Oil Grease and Grit (FOGG) lanes

  • Distribution Chambers

Chamber

Pump chambers and wet wells can be quite complicated and difficult to cover effectively. Corporate Engineering can design covers that provide access for the safe operation and removal of pumps and other equipment while accommodating pipework penetrations and guide-rails etc.

Rotating 

Corporate Engineering Ltd.'s most recent rotating covers job was with Workington Wastewater Treatment Works; they required covers for their tanks following complaints from nearby residents claiming it had odour problems, mainly coming from hydrogen sulfide, most commonly described as 'rotten eggs'. This site is located on a coastal road and is high profile, due to its prominent location and visibility to the public. It was also the only possible location reported malodourous air could emanate from.

 

Corporate Engineering Ltd. covered this project five years prior- but it was apparent that the main source of the problem was coming from two 34 meter diameter primary settlement tanks and the activated sludge plant. As the primary tanks were fitted with half bridge scrapers, Corporate Engineering needed to design the rotating covers to a size that was outside of the boundaries the company had previously produced.

 

The ASP was not a significant problem, as CEL would utilise cover designs that have been in use for over 19 years.

Sliding

For some applications, inspection hatches sometimes do not provide sufficient access to the contents or equipment below. Corporate Engineering have supplied many sliding covers to such areas. Sliding covers can solve some operational problems but can create several others. Odour tightness and safe operation are just two issues that need to be considered. Corporate Engineering can advise the best solution for each application. 

 

CEL only use components that can survive the demanding conditions found on all sewage treatment works. Any steelwork is stainless steel (Grade 316) and all running gear is similarly corrosion resistant.