125mm to 87mm Steel Gutter Outlet Painted
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- Overall height - 290mm
- Length of Socket (male end) - 40mm
- Effective Height - 250mm
- Diameter of Top (female end) - 89mm
- Diameter of Bottom (male end) - 86mm
- Angle of Outlet (when open) - 105deg
- Length of Outlet - 111mm
- Material - SSAB Greencoat Prelaq colour coated steel
- Material Thickness - 0.7mm
- Manufacturer's Warranty - 15 Years
- 125mm to 87mm Plain Galvanised Gutter Outlet
- Main element connecting the gutter to the downpipe
- Easy to mount to gutter without any need for extra drilling (wings fold over back edge of gutter)
- A hole will need to be cut into the length of gutter at the desired area to allow water to flow from gutter, through outlet and into rainwater pipe
- Attractive outlet design with Roofart logo stamped into the face
- Dim A - 125mm
- Dim B - 85mm
- Dim C - 140mm
- Dim D - 150mm
- Dim E - 212mm
- Dim F - 87mm
- Dim G - 30mm
- Stylish branded design
- Easy way to divert into water butt or bucket when needed
- Can be positioned any height within the pipe run
- Hard wearing painted finish (Swedish SSAB Colourcoat Steel Coil)
- 15 year manufacturer's warranty
- Fully recyclable product
Why would I need a steel rainwater diverter?
To make the most from free rainwater which is also ‘kinder’ to plants than tap water, many people are now using water butts to store water ready for their gardening needs. A rainwater diverter is an easy way to divert rainwater gathered from the roof into the water butt.
How do I use the rainwater diverter?
Steel rainwater diverters are manually operated, meaning that you simply open up the hinged diverter flap to flow water into the butt. Once the butt is full the flap should be closed which will allow water to flow directly down the pipe and into drainage.
How do I install a steel rainwater diverter?
The RoofArt manual rainwater diverter can be easily push fit attached to a downpipe that has been cut to the desired height. Note that the top end of the fitting has a female end and can accommodate a plain cut end of downpipe – it does not need a male socketed end.
Do I need a pipe connector to join the diverter to the lower pipe?
No, the bottom of the diverter has a male socketed end which is designed to slide directly into a cut plain end of downpipe.
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