Durable Pipe Boxing Solutions
Contour Casings is one of the leading providers of pipe boxing in the UK. We provide a range of metal and preformed plywood pipe boxing solutions. Robust and with a flawless finish, our pipe boxing excels in high-traffic areas and the smooth finish enables easy cleaning. Our pipe boxing is widely-specified across UK healthcare, education and local authority sectors.
We offer our pipe boxing in two profiles, L-shaped and U-shaped, both available in plywood or aluminium. In addition, we can provide a complete turnkey solution for both our aluminium and plywood pipe boxing ranges, from survey, design and manufacture, through to expert installation.
Aluminium Pipe Boxing
Great for concealing unsightly water pipes or protecting external pipework, this weatherproof solution is lightweight and easy to install. It is best for covering pipes in district heating schemes and protecting soil and waste pipes in boxing gas pipes.
Preformed Plywood Pipe Boxing
This type of pipe boxing works best for concealing interior pipework in both commercial and residential applications – from bathrooms and bedrooms to major heating installations.
Access panels for internal services can be programmed into manufacture, delivering a fast, clean, low disturbance installation. Venting can also be programmed into fabrication in both materials without compromising the lead time.
Contour metal pipe boxing is manufactured from 2mm or 3mm thick aluminium. Access panels for internal services can be programmed into manufacture, delivering a fast, clean, low disturbance installation. Preformed plywood is available in 5mm or 8mm thickness.
The new PDF e-guide contains links to BIM objects and DWG files, and has been specifically created for specifiers including architects, contractors, consultants and of course end customers.
- Pipe boxing material recommendations
- Technical specifications on aluminium, mild steel and plywood boxing
- Standard sizes and product order codes
- Standard profiles
- Links to BIM/DWG files and case study