cunette


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cunette

(kuːˈnɛt)
n
a small trench dug in the main ditch of a fortification, acting as both a drain and an obstacle to attackers
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Construction of waterproof basins and modification of sanitation networks: - earthworks -possessing of geomembrane, - realization of driving under the motorway, - laying of sanitation pipes (pvc, concrete), - implementation of ditches and cunette concrete, - implementation of restraint devices (slides, gba), - installation of pipes on oa, - development of a u-shaped concrete basin.
Cunette, market development manager for Sensormatic.
Construction of waterproof basins and modification of sanitation networks including: - earthworks, - geomembrane laying, - undercutting under the motorway - installation of sewer pipes (pvc, concrete) - implementation of ditches and cunette concrete - implementation of restraint devices (slides, gba) - installation of cornices-gutters on work of art.
Construction of waterproof basins and modification of sanitation networks including: - earthworks, - geomembrane laying, - realization of driving under the motorway, - laying of sanitation pipes (pvc, concrete), - implementation of ditches and cunette concrete, - implementation of restraint devices (slides, gba).
Construction of waterproof basins and modification of the sewerage networks including: - earthworks - laying of geomembrane - realization of driving under the highway - laying of sanitation pipes (pvc, concrete) - implementation of ditches and cunette concrete - implementation of restraint devices (slides, gba).
Each branch has a 10m long lock, the cunette is connected to the central channel of the railway tunnel.