The technical aspects are of great importance for the successful implementation of Rockflow. We will be happy to help you identify or calculate the right technical aspects so that you can draw up a suitable Rockflow design.
We offer a number of general guidelines and (detailed) drawings for creating a Rockflow design. The step-by-step plan on this page provides you with a step-by-step overview of the necessary data and downloads. If you have any questions, you can contact the Rockflow specialists directly via the blue button.
Rockflow is always installed underground. The height of the element thereby depends on the minimum installation depth and the groundwater level at the specific location.
You can calculate the height as follows:
Rockflow height = distance from ground level to average highest ground water level [GHG] - minimum installation depth based on maximum permissible load (for example, traffic load)
If this results in a height of less than 0.5 m, please contact the Rockflow team. Drawings are available on the right-hand side for dimensions equal to or greater than 0.5 m.
Based on the calculated height, you can download the drawings as PDFs here. DWG and DXF files for the elements can be downloaded at the bottom of this page after 'step 4'.