New rainwater system offers increased drainage capacity

  • 12 Aug 2015

The frequency and intensity of rainfall rises every year, making it essential that rainwater drainage systems are equipped to protect the buildings they are fitted on.

Offering increased drainage capacity, Brett Martin’s Deepstyle 170 rainwater system has been designed to provide effective drainage for large residential, agricultural, industrial and commercial roofs.

The Deepstyle 170 rainwater system has been developed to offer increased drainage capacity

Deepstyle 170 rainwater system

The system offers a 170mm profile, which is capable of accommodating the increased volumes of rainwater on large roof areas.

It requires minimal discharge points, reducing the number of downpipes needed. This provides both installation and material savings.

The Deepstyle 170 has been developed to integrate with Brett Martin’s 110mm Industrial Downpipe System.

It offers 110mm plain ended or single socket downpipe options with PVCu fittings, including access pipes, clips, branches and bends.

The system is manufactured from high gloss PVC in Britain; it is tested to EN 1462 Load Class H, which certifies its capability to withstand heavy duty snow loading.

UV protection provides colour stability, ensuring that it is able to retain its aesthetic for many years after installation.

CLIP & SEAL technology

The Deepstyle 170 incorporates CLIP & SEAL technology, which is factory fitted to simplify installation and provide sealing reliability.

CLIP & SEAL integrates with the fitting to ensure that the captive seal is held securely; the CLIP then works to lock the seal in place.

The flexible CLIP has been designed to allow gutters to locate within the fitting.

Brett Martin Plastic Sheets,
24 Roughfort Road,
Co. Antrim,
BT36 4RB

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