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EJ Airport Manhole Covers and Drainage Gratings

Airports are busy and demanding environments that require rugged, safe and reliable infrastructure access solutions.

Whether draining water away from busy transportation routes, providing watertight access to critical electrical channels or securing glycol collection points, these infrastructure access products need to accommodate extreme weight loads and to conform to existing local specifications.

EJ provides a vast range of manhole access covers and drainage grates for Class F900 applications on airport taxiways, runways, ramp areas, refueling points, airfield lightings, and hangars. Multipart covers in the extra-heavy duty (Class F900 and lower) are custom built for access to pits and trenches.

EJ offers a number of product lines in ductile iron, galvanized steel, aluminum and composite, specifically designed to meet these criteria for airports. Products include manhole assemblies, access hatches, drainage grates, and linear trench grating.

Reliable, safe and easy to operate infrastructure access solutions

Our solutions guarantee anti-rock, maintenance free, extremely high wheel loads and high traffic intensity resistance, easy handling, one-man operation, extra large clear opening, safety access features, FOD compliancy, large waterway area capacity, EN 124 Third party certification.

Proven airport products from EJ can be found at numerous high traffic locations throughout the world: Charles de Gaulle International Airport, London Heathrow Airport, Los Angeles International Airport, Denver International Airport, Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, Sydney Kingsford Smith International Airport, Bangalore International Airport, Singapore Changi International Airport, Beijing Capital International Airport, Hong Kong International Airport, Dubai International Airport, Madrid Barajas Airport, Frankfurt Am Mein International Airport and many more…

A worldwide offer and expertise for standard to modular infrastructure cover solutions

  • One-stop-shop: A superior EJ product portfolio means that stakeholders can review all requirements and specifications, knowing that they will receive both quality products and genuine insight.
  • Reliability and airport insight: EJ can offer solutions to the most complex project challenges faced on airport construction sites.
  • Expertise and value: EJ is able to offer cost savings and tangible project value through detailed project management, demonstrating real expertise.
  • FOD compliance: Foreign Object Debris (FOD) is potentially a very serious safety risk and EJ supplies built-in FOD-compliant key solutions.
  • Safety: From products capable of handling heavy traffic and wheel loads, to safety features like the FOD locking device, safety bars and more, EJ manhole covers and drainage solutions have been engineered with project, client and end-user’s safety as a priority.

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Press Release

EJ Presents at Inter Airport Europe

As airport traffic continues densifying, EJ, leader in access solutions for infrastructure networks, presents solutions that bring reliability and efficiency to airport operations.

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Access Covers and Drainage Solutions for Airports

EJ is a leading company that designs, manufactures and distributes access solutions for water, sewer, drainage, telecommunications and utility applications at airports worldwide.


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Press Release

7 October 2019

As airport traffic continues densifying, EJ, leader in access solutions for infrastructure networks, presents solutions that bring reliability and efficiency to airport operations.

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30 September 2019

EJ will be exhibiting at Inter Airport Europe this year at Munich Trade Fair in Germany.

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22 April 2019

EJ has announced it will be attending Dubai Airport Show in the UAE.

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