Harmer Building Drainage, part of Alumasc Water Management Solutions, has launched a new technical brochure for its Roof Outlets, Roof Channel Drains and Raised Deck Supports.
The brochure has been designed to help Architects and Specifiers fully appreciate the benefits of Harmer’s extensive range of roof drainage solutions.
The brochure features the new range of Harmer Modulock channels, Cast Iron Balcony Outlet, Planter Drain and Two Way Insulated Outlet. The brochure also includes updated information on the Modulock Pedestal Support System and the AV spigot design.
A new aluminium bespoke section for projects requiring non-standard pipe and rainwater outlet configurations features in the brochure, in addition to information on BIM and Harmer’s Drainage Design Calculator.
The calculator allows Architects and Building Services Engineers to design and quantify all their drainage requirements using exclusive software.
Marketing Manager, Ben Green comments: “Harmer’s new technical brochure is timely with the development of new products and ranges, ensuring we consistently supply some of the industry’s leading innovations.
“An important part of our business is our integrated approach to water management. With this in mind, AWMS brands work in synergy to provide effective water management solutions from rain to drain,” Ben concludes.
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