Headwall with Energy Dissipators
Headwall with Stop Logs
Headwall with Trash Screen
Headwall with Flap Valve
Headwall with Gate Valve & Handrails
Headwall with Flap Valve and Handrails
Headwalls are a type of retaining wall that is commonly found near streams, ponds, or similar waterways. Underground storm sewer piping will sometimes penetrate aboveground in the form of a drainage ditch, pond inlet or discharge.
Headwalls are used provide support for bridges and roadways by anchoring the piping to prevent movement due to hydraulic and soil pressures. The headwall helps prevent soil erosion and scouring from turbulent stormwater and prevents adjacent soil from sloughing into the waterway.
Optional features for headwall include trash screen, security screens, energy dissipators, flap valves, gate valves, stop logs, and handrails.
ParkUSA offers headwalls to meet the needs of any project requirements. Components of an effective stormwater drainage network can include; catch basins, junction boxes, curb inlets, manholes, drainage pipe, headwalls, safety end treatments, detention basins, stormwater quality interceptors, and pump lift stations.
- Offers rugged durability for storm water conveyance and erosion prevention
- Quick and easy install
- Available in flared end or three-sided construction provide an opening for stormwater runoff
- Cylindrical flared end sections are seamless pipe ends that taper open to the base
- Three-sided design fits the pipe end to a wall with wings and a flat base;
- Terminates drainage pipe
- Variety of sizes available
- Single Piece Construction
- Base Section