Slotted top

with side flush slot

Material: galvanised steel
Length: 50, 100 cm
Load class: A15, B125

Matching channel body

SELF-100 channel (slotted top)
Load class:
A15, B125
Image channel (slotted top)

ANRIN Slotted top channel

A drainage system for customers who place greater value on aesthetic solutions. It consists of the actual resin concrete channel body and a slotted top made of galvanised or stainless steel. This is formed by 2 angled metal plates. The shaft ends in a narrow slot. The metal plates are covered with panels or paving during installation so that only the slot is visible at the surface. This channel system is primarily used decoratively in city settings for prestigious urban development and is suitable for traffic loads of up to D400*.

SELF-100 channel (slotted top) product specifications
Material polymer concrete
Length 50 / 100 cm
Width 12 cm
Height 10 cm
Weight 4.5 - 8.0 kg
Nominal width 100
Joint formation


Clasp Snap-in fastening
Load capacity steel-slotted grating cl. A15, galvanised mesh grating cl. B125, stainless steel-longitudinal profile grating cl. B125, cast-slotted grating cl. B125, plastic grating cl. B125

Channel dimensions for SELF-100

Image Gutter size for SELF-100 channel (slotted top)

Accessorie for SELF-100 (slotted top)

Image channel body

channel body


Image channel body

channel body

100 cm
with pipe socket


Image End cap PP made of Polypropylen

End cap PP made of Polypropylen



Image End cap PP made of Polypropylene

End cap PP made of Polypropylene

grey with pipe connection


Image End cap PP made of Polypropylene

End cap PP made of Polypropylene



Image End cap PP made of Polypropylene

End cap PP made of Polypropylene



Image Revision essay

Revision essay


Image Slotted top

Slotted top

with maintenance opening (right)


Image Sump unit

Sump unit


Accessories dimensions for SELF-100 sump unit with revision essay

Image Accessories dimensions for SELF-100 sump unit with revision essay

SELF installation instructions

With ANRIN drainage systems, accumulating rainwater should be drained safely and quickly. Moreover, the structural elements have the task of accommodating dynamic loads arising from traffic-related demands and dispersing them to the area of the foundation.

Amongst others, the following technical rules and regulations in their respective valid versions must be observed for the selection, design and installation of ANRIN drainage systems.

The following installation guidelines are schematic representations. These are provided as examples and are non-binding. The information provided here is based on our long-term experience in excavation and road construction as well as the state-of-the-art technology. Despite this, designers and planners are always obligated to check the products and the installation instructions for their appropriateness. The example details are simplified recommendations for execution.

Constructions are to be re-created on a project-specific basis.

Image 1 SELF-100 Installation guide


Excavate trench. Fill in and pre-compact base course. Apply concrete pad, 3 parts sand + 1 part cement + 1 part water, to base course.

Image 2 SELF-100 Installation guide


Connect pipe connections to the pipeline.

Image 3 SELF-100 Installation guide


Place channel elements and sump unit on the concrete pad. Align components so that they are level.

Image 4 SELF-100 Installation guide


Position end caps.

Image 5 SELF-100 Installation guide


Complete the series and ensure the level alignment of the components.

Image 6 SELF-100 Installation guide


Backfill the concrete pad.

Image 7 SELF-100 Installation guide


Lay the paving.

Image 8 SELF-100 Installation guide


The surface should be 2 to 5 mm higher than the cover grating.

Instructions and Regulations

Guidelines and regulations
The current guidelines and regulations of the state-of-the-art technology must be observed for the installation.

For example, these are:
DIN EN 1433 „Drainage channels for vehicular and pedestrian areas
DIN 19580 „Drainage channels for vehicular and pedestrian areas
RStO „Guidelines for the standardisation of the superstructure of vehicular areas
DIN EN 206-1 „Concrete. Specification, performance, production and conformity
DIN EN 1045-2 „Concrete, reinforced and prestressed concrete structures. Part 2: Concrete – Specification, properties,
production and conformity; Application rules for DIN EN 206-1

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