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Storm grate 9-inch square
This happened in my complex were we live, and its a simple repair. The maintenance crew had it repaired before the repair ticket was even received.
This post shows the four steps to replacing a simple square irrigation cover.
Step 1: Fig.1 shows the top of the irrigation grate. The damage irrigation cover and base have been destroyed. This is a Storm 9-inch square grate and was used because it sits on top of top of a pipe riser throughout our Chino neighborhood. A simple repair when parts are available and this damage came from the riding lawn mower.
Step 2: Fig.2 show to inside top and Fig.3 shows the back side of a Grate Cover Base that clips directly onto the ABS Piping.
|Fig.2 Damaged Grate Base|
|Fig.3 Grate Base |
Clips right on pipe
|Fig.4 Grate repaired|
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