Drywell illustrations

I’m looking for a few high resolution dry well illustrations and images.

I’m working on a web page for a dry well installation and I desperately need high resolution images to assist in my explanations.

Can someone help me out?

David…I Googled “dry well” and several decent drawings came up. They may be copyrighted but if they suit your needs then maybe you could ask for permission to use them.

Example: DryWell.jpg

That was my first step. Those Google illustrations are not in high resolution.

Not quite sure what you are looking for, but here goes.

http://www.galttech.com/research/graphics3/frenchdrain1.jpg

http://www.galttech.com/research/graphics3/frenchdrain2.jpg

http://www.galttech.com/research/graphics3/frenchdrain3.jpg

http://www.galttech.com/research/graphics3/frenchdrain4.jpg

Large Drainage Rings

http://www.americanconcrete.com/residential/drainage_rings/images/Drainage-1.gif

http://www.americanconcrete.com/residential/drainage_rings/images/Drainage-2.gif

All concrete has a minimum of 4,000 PSI compressive strength at 28 days.
Each 4’ high ring has a capacity of 933 gallons plus the capacity of the crushed stone backfill. These rings can be made shorter, or if need be, stacked for larger capacity.

http://www.cultec.com/client/CultecSWM.jpg

http://www.cultec.com/client/Cultec%20House%20Install.jpg

Hope this helps David, if not let me know.

Marcel :slight_smile: :slight_smile:

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