Eclipse Box Gutters

The standard Box Gutter is one of the most cost effective systems to contain and discharge large volumes of rainwater from any domestic, commercial or industrial building. The systems are pressed from aluminium sheet with a minimum gauge of 2mm and are supplied in standard lengths. The majority of specifiers opt for an internal welded bracket placed at 600mm centres with an internal connecting collar, thus retaining a flush line at the eaves.

The standard range of Box Gutters are extensively specified as a colour matching feature complementing the ‘Eclipse’ fascia/soffit system. Should there be a requirement for non-standard design, please contact our sales department. In situations where there is a likelihood of extreme snow loading, both external and internal support brackets must be specified.

£7.32£21.45 Excl. VAT or Delivery
£37.42£72.41 Excl. VAT or Delivery
£6.14£10.02 Excl. VAT or Delivery
£37.42£63.07 Excl. VAT or Delivery
£31.03£142.07 Excl. VAT or Delivery

Beaded Half Round Gutters

The Half Round Beaded profiles are normally specified for domestic dwelling replacements as well as smaller commercial buildings. The profiles are an exact replica of the traditional cast iron systems that are still providing service across the UK to this day.

All Half Round and Deep Round systems must be installed in conjunction with the purpose made extruded aluminium fascia brackets, which should be between 750mm to 600mm centres. Direct fix is not possible with these profiles. 

Moulded Ogee Clipfit Gutters

The Moulded Ogee profiles are extensively specified on all types of projects for both new and refurbishment schemes, from domestic dwellings to commercial office developments. The Ogee range commands a major share of the domestic, commercial and industrial rainwater systems market. Because of the high tensile alloy that is used in the manufacture of the extruded profiles, the Ogee system can be fixed either in the traditional format with external fascia brackets or through the back of the profile into the building fabric as a direct fix.

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