Pendock’s pipe boxing ‘Tool-Box’


The Pendock Profiles range of pipe boxing and casing solutions is one of the most comprehensive available for social housing projects. Each product is like a specialised ‘tool’ designed for a specific purpose, but also versatile enough to be used on a range of pipe boxing applications.

Incorporating the MXF, MX and TK pipe boxing, dedicated to concealing all types of unsightly pipework, alongside BC boiler casings, CH channel boxing and the strong CHM and MXM metal boxing for external use, the range covers everything that’s required.

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Except for CHM / MXM metal boxing, all products are manufactured from pre-formed plywood and are supplied pre-finished in durable melamine. This removes the need for time consuming on-site fabrication or painting, which saves time and money, as Pendock boxing can be fitted in under half the time of site-made alternatives.

The widespread use of Pendock MXF fire sprinkler boxing to conceal surface mounted sprinkler pipework on high-rise and low-rise residential fire safety improvement projects, has helped speed sprinkler installation, as they’re quick and easy to fit, using just screws, battens and dedicated accessories.

Concealing boiler pipework, valves, regulators and filters is equally simple with the BC range of boiler pipe casings, which are designed to be free standing. There are four casing options, including jointed designs that can be supplied either factory assembled or as components for on-site assembly, as well as a joint-less one-piece casing.

A bespoke option is also available, where the casings are manufactured by Pendock to meet the exact boiler dimensions and project specifications supplied by the contractor.

Where exterior pipework needs concealing or protecting from possible damage, theft or vandalism, the CHM / MXM metal pipe boxing range has been engineered to enclose external building services and other utilities, often as part of district heating schemes, which need to be covered.

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