Alumasc Rainwater has added a new prefabricated outlet to its range of high performance galvanised steel guttering systems.
The new one-piece component can be installed quickly and easily, and has been developed to reduce the risk of leaks due to incorrectly cut materials on-site.
Suitable for both traditional and modern buildings, steel systems provide limited risk of shrinking, leaking or colour fading. Alumasc’s lightweight steel range is scratch and corrosion-resistant and acts as a cost effective alternative to plastic guttering for domestic and social housing.
Available in four widths, Alumasc Rainwater’s steel guttering systems provide high flow capacity due to the larger inlet funnels on the outlets. All systems are provided in a half round profile along with connecting round downpipes systems.
Additional downpipe sizes and associated fittings and accessories are available, including Rainwater Diverters and Alumasc’s unique steel hopper head.
The range comes in a plain galvanised finish or in a highly durable polyester pre-coated black finish. It can also be supplied in a range of six alternative contemporary colours on request, which are galvanised to a highly attractive and quality finish.
Alumasc Water Management Solutions,
Phone: 01536 383810
Fax: 01744 648401
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