Line construction: HDPE material tapered rectangular and round handholes

line construction Charles Industries

Line construction: Charles Industries’ Below Grade Enclosures (CBGE) are lightweight, molded polyethylene handholes available in seven tapered rectangular and two round sizes. Designed for light duty placements (parkway/greenbelt applications), these sturdy below grade enclosures serve a variety of purposes in telecommunications, wireless, utility (including electric, gas, water, irrigation control, traffic and traffic signalization), CATV and municipality networks.

Constructed from high-density polyethylene (HDPE), Charles Below Grade Enclosures are built to provide years of maintenance-free service and superior shelter for buried network components. CBGE allow technicians easy, grade-level handhole access to splice cases, control valves, slack cable, and other equipment at network junctions. Molded-in or applied nameplates offer convenient identification, and several security bolt patterns are available. All Charles CBGE products are manufactured in the USA.

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