Possibly a bit of a new/different problem here..
Recently had a blockage in a public toilet in a small hotel I work in, unfortunately the manhole (rectangular access) that needed access was underneath one of these click floors AND partially underneath the toilet.
So toilet was disconnected, floor ripped up and the manhole was still every so slightly underneath a sink unit. I managed to lift it and sort out the blockage (as unpleasant as that was!) however "what to do now" is the issue.
The manhole is one of those inset metal and concrete jobs that you tile inside and even if they were visually acceptable, the size of the manhole is just far too big for the small room that it's in.. and as above, results in more or less the entire room being dismantled just to lift it! I have talked to a few folks that have off the cuff ideas, but no one knows who I could contact etc.
The current idea would be to fit a smaller circular hatch roughly 300mm diameter into the current manhole whereby any blockages could be "jetted", but I have no idea how to do it myself, no idea what to search and no idea who to contact about whether it's even a possible solution.
At this stage it wouldn't matter if the hatch wasn't the most visually pleasing thing, it will just "have to do", purely from a practical > aesthetics point of view now.
Thanks in advance.