Roof outlets are an integral element of rainwater collection system. Roof outlets is the center collection point for rainwater and meltwater, so they must be particularly reliable and easy to install. It is often duration exploitation of the roof depends on the roof outlets. If you save on purchase of roof outlets, use of even the most modern and the best waterproof materials will not help you avoid imminent repair of the roof.
The Hutterer & Lechner Company manufactures roof outlets since 1950 and this company produces several dozen kinds of roof outlets and special additional equipment for their installation on any the roof.
Hutterer Lechner roof drains with vertical outlet vary by configuration. Thus, they can be equipped with a domed plastic grate, insulated drain body, electrically heating, a clamping ring etc. Some...
HL roof drains with horizontal outlet are connected to PVC and PP pipes, they can be connected to cast-iron pipes but you need use an adapter for this.
Models of the roof drains with horizontal ...
HL roof drains with ball-joint outlet are designed for flat roofs small area. They have a ball-joint outlet for horizontal and vertical use.
The roof drains with ball-joint outlet can be equippe...
The HL Company produces special additional equipment that may be required for installation of HL roof drains. So, this group of products uncludes body for various models of the roof drains - it can...
The main advantages of HL roof drains:
Long service life of up to 50 years;
Functionality at temperatures from -50 to + 100 °C;
Resistance to acids and alkalis, and it exceeds resistance of stainless steel roof drains and cast iron roof drains;
Resistance to ultraviolet radiation;
Possibility of mounting on the inversion roofs;
Possibility of creation multiple levels of waterproofing;
Ability to withstand high load (300 kg).
The Hutterer & Lechner Company also manufactures roof drains with electric heating which have the following advantages:
Roof drains with electric heating do not require a step-down transformer because they are connected to a power supply of 220 V;
Heating cable locates directly in the body of roof drain so you will not get an electric shock;
Low power consumption which is 10-30 W;
Roof drains have a self-regulating heating cable;
Roof drains have of the shielding insulation outside of the housing, so that only inner part of roof drain heats.
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