Frost Inverted Roof drain assembly - fixed dome 220mm and 150mm gravel guard, large sump body with clamp, vertical spigot outlet 160mm
Frost Inverted Roof drain assembly, fixed 220mm domed grating with medium sump body and vertical spigot outlet
Supplied with body, gravel guard and clamp.
Rainwater outlets with domed gratings are suited to inverted roof construction where the waterproof membrane is located above the roof deck but below the insulation layer. The stainless steel gravel guard prevents ballast entering the drainage system during maintenance. Gravel guards higher than 150mm are available.
Cast Iron Grade EN-GJL-150 to BS EN 1561:1997
90%-97% recycled materials
Stainless Steel BS EN 10088-1:2005
Grade 1.4301 (304) or (316) if specified
Average recyclable content 75%-85%
|Title||Frost Inverted Roof drain assembly - fixed dome 220mm and 150mm gravel guard, large sump body with clamp, vertical spigot outlet 160mm|
|Net weight||10.28 Kilograms|
|Body material||CAST IRON|
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