ACO manages water on the flat

Published: 12 July 2017 - FRH

 

 

 ACO Building + Landscape’s Rainwater Outlets provide effective water management for flat roofs, balconies, and roof terraces. All manufactured from marine-grade aluminium alloy, the cast components are polyester powder coated, providing high resistance to weathering and outdoor elements, as well as protection from corrosion.

They are available in leaded gun metal, manufactured to the BS EN 1982:2008 standard for associated lead or copper-clad roofs and copper pipework.The 45? and 90? outlets are relevant for more complex pipework, while the Two-Way outlet is used wherever horizontal and vertical surfaces meet. The Balcony Spigot also offers a discrete solution for balconies and walkways. 

There’s also a Refurbishment outlet, designed to fit inside the current unit and pipework, ensuring minimal disruption to the current rainwater system. The roof outlet range comes equipped with a selection of add-ons including raising rings, ABS threaded adaptors and deck supports, while discharge spouts help provide a convenient and an aesthetic finishing detail.

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