Alumasc Rainwater

Infinity – the new name for Alumasc Steel Rainwater

  • 9 May 2018

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Alumasc Rainwater, the leading manufacturer of all metal systems, introduces Infinity; the new name for its high-performance steel gutters and downpipes, which comes with a 15-year product warranty and is 100% recyclable.

The innovative galvanised steel system is made in Germany, making use of the latest in material and manufacturing technology. 

Steel rainwater is quickly growing in commercial and domestic markets, with specifiers, contractors and property developers recognising the plethora of benefits of a metal system, as opposed to plastic.

Steel is robust, will not crack or corrode, requires little maintenance and resists thermal expansion. It is also lightweight and simple to install.

A dry joint system eliminates the need for additional silicone sealant, and the gutter lengths and angles are jointed with EPDM rubber sealed connectors for quick and watertight installation.

Infinity’s high capacity, deep-flow gutters help to channel heavy rainfall effectively and efficiently, and a ‘deep drawn’, one piece gutter angle allows for greater flow capacity.

Infinity also benefits from ‘ROBUST’ – a unique and innovative colour coating system, comprising a trio of layers of protection for an incredibly hard-wearing system.

The layers include zinc corrosion protection, a primer bonding coat for further corrosion protection, and a polyester top coat for maximum UV and scratch resistance.

ROBUST is performance-tested in accordance to EN123523-12-2004 and EN10169-2.

Alumasc’s steel rainwater is available ex-stock in plain galvanised steel or in polyester pre-coated black and anthracite, with extra colours are available to order.

When the price of steel rainwater systems is compared to some plastic systems, Infinity is a true alternative, making little difference to overall costs of a project.

National Sales Manager of Alumasc Rainwater, Pete Wainer, commented: “Infinity steel rainwater represents innovation, cutting-edge design and market-leading performance. It is the practical, reliable and stylish choice for new and existing buildings.

“The versatility of steel means it can add a traditional, contemporary or industrial finish to projects, and combined with its cost effectiveness, makes it the rising star in today’s market.”

Alumasc Rainwater’s new Infinity steel rainwater brochure can be downloaded via www.alumascrainwater.co.uk or by calling 01536 383 810. 

Contact:

Alumasc Water Management Solutions,
Station Road,
Burton Latimer,
Kettering,
Northamptonshire
NN15 5JP

Phone: 01536 383810
Fax: 01744 648401

Visit the Alumasc Rainwater website

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