Junction Pit

A junction pit is a stormwater pit lacking an surface inlet of any type.

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Junction pits are typical used in the following circumstances.

  • To allow access to a long pipe at regular intervals, usually not greater than 90m.
  • To join two or more upstream pipes.
  • To connect pipes laid at different grades.

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