|Introducing first time in India a prefabricated toilet manufactured from precast concrete. The toilet is designed specially for Indian villages. The toilet enjoys the advantages of being|
|It comes with an Indian style latrine which can be attached to an independently constructed septic tank. As is common in villages, a user has to carry his/her own water.|
|The toilet is manufactured in components which can be easily transported to the site of use and assembled using nuts and bolts. Once assembled the overall height of toilet is 7ft, width is 3ft, and depth is 4ft.|
Your brand is the most important image of your business. We can now help you strengthen your brand awareness by recreating your logo or graphic on concrete products you procure from us.
The process is simple. You send us a high resolution, to-scale image of your logo or graphic. We create a stencil of your logo which we incorporate in the product at the time of casting. In the end you get your logo prominently displayed on our products for years to come.
We have added a larger cross-section pole to our precast boundary wall offering for applications which require higher load bearing capacity. The new pole is 200mm x 200 mm in cross-section and comes in heights of 3 meter or 2.4 meters. Along with a suitably designed in-situ foundation the new pole will allow the precast boundary wall to carry earth loads effectively.
On your next boundary wall project, if you have a retaining wall requirement think about specifying the new pole along with our 70 mm thick panels.
We propose the use of Precast RCC Jersey Barriers as a better solution in the Indian context.These Precast RCC Jersey Barriers offer many advantages:
- They are strong, heavy and more durable
- They are theft free as there is not much resale value
- They are a flexible solution in case road width or course is to be altered in future
- They also reduce project time as the precast RCC jersey barriers are available ready or can be planned/manufactured simultaneously while road construction is in progress
NHAI will be well served by taking notice and exploring this alternative