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Schedule of HydroMax drain codes and Applications

Min dimensions for tail pipes

Gravel guard detail

HydroMax® Termination Details (Siphon Break)

Typical fixing detail: HDPE downpipe to main steelwork (backplate, bracketry)

Typical fixing detail: HDPE downpipe to main steelwork (backplate)

Typical fixing detail: HDPE downpipe to blockwork (pipe clip)

Typical fixing detail: Rail support system/beam clamp

Typical fixing detail: Rail support system/concrete anchor

Typical fixing detail: Rail support system/angle bracket

Typical fixing detail: Rail support system/purlin clip

Typical fixing detail: Bracketry for continuous rail support system

Typical fixing detail: HDPE pipe to continuous rail support system

HydroMax® outlet installation detail: stainless steel clamp-ring outlet with clamp

HydroMax® outlet installation detail: For welding to stainless steel

HydroMax® outlet installation detail: Metallic gutters 2mm thick or greater

HydroMax® outlet installation detail: PVC-based membranes

HydroMax® outlet installation detail: stainless steel clamp-ring outlet with clamp overflow

Overflow outlet installation detail: For mechanical fixing to stainless steel gutter

HydroMax® outlet installation detail: clamp-ring outlet, membrane/concrete with s/s guard/no lid

HydroMax® outlet installation detail: clamp-ring outlet, membrane/concrete

HydroMax® outlet installation detail: stainless steel clamp-ring outlet with clamp overflow (10mm)

HydroMax® outlet installation detail: Welded into stainless steel gutter

HydroMax® outlet installation detail: Stainless steel gutter >2mm

HydroMax® outlet installation detail: Stainless steel gutter <2mm

HydroMax® outlet installation detail: clamp-ring outlet, membrane/concrete

HydroMax® outlet installation detail: Stainless steel composite gutter

HydroMax® outlet installation detail: PVC-based membranes

HydroMax® outlet installation detail: Mild steel gutter <2mm

HydroMax® outlet installation detail: Mild steel gutter >2mm

HydroMax® outlet installation detail: Mild steel composite gutter

HydroMax® outlet installation detail: Asphalt outlet for mortar/screed on roof

HydroMax® outlet installation detail: Asphalt outlet for asphalt/bitumen roof

HydroMax® outlet installation detail: Clamp-ring outlet, membrane lined gutter

HydroMax® outlet installation detail: Welded into aluminium gutter (uncoated)

HydroMax® outlet installation detail: Aluminium gutter <2mm

HydroMax® outlet installation detail: Aluminium gutter >2mm

HydroMax® outlet installation detail: Aluminium composite gutter

HydroMax® outlet installation detail: Overflow clamp-ring outlet, membrane/concrete

HydroMax® outlet installation detail: Stainless steel gutter >2mm

HydroMax® outlet installation detail: PVC-based membranes

Advanced and extremely accurate analytical design calculation program

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