Buy 160mm / 170mm / 200mm Industrial Gutter 4m
Please note we do not recommend ordering one single length on it’s own as these are 4m long and quite heavy: and the couriers aren’t always gentle so they’re more likely to arrive broken if only one length is ordered. If more than one length is sent together then it adds strength during shipping and they’re less likely to be broken.
Industrial guttering is used when other products (such as half round or cast iron) simply do not have the rate of flow suitable for the large roof you’re working with. Although termed “Industrial” – this design is perfect for buildings with large roof areas – such as farm buildings, domestic properties, and industrial units.
At EasyMerchant, we carry a wide range of industrial guttering parts and accessories – including these 4m lengths.
The image above is of a 170mm Industrial gutter length.
What are industrial gutter lengths?
Our 4m runs are the main component of the installation – the part that catches the water as it leaves the roof – before channelling it to your running outlet, taking it on it’s journey into the drain.
What colours are available?
Our runs and fixings/accessories are available in either grey or black – so you can choose a colour that works perfectly with your building or the existing system.
It’s available in a variety of sizes. You can choose from 160mm, 170mm, or 200mm – with a range of fixings/accessories to match.
The 160mm Gutter is 160mm wide and 70mm deep.
The 170mm Gutter is 170mm wide and 110mm deep.
The 200mm Gutter is 200mm wide and 125mm deep.
Fitting lengths to fixings/accessories
Although the actual gutter run represents the largest visible part of your plastic guttering installation, they’re actually one of the easiest and quickest parts to install.
With your brackets and running outlet in place, you’ll simple need to snap it into the locating lugs on the brackets and outlet.
Start by lifting the length roughly into place – then, carefully locate the rear part of the run under the clips at the rear of the bracket (where they’re fixed to the fascia board). With the rear of the run located, you can then support the bracket slightly and apply downward pressure – snapping it into place under the front lug.
We’re here for you
Whether you need advice on the right product for you, help with installation, or some technical specs – you’re always welcome to get in touch with the team here at EasyMerchant. You can pick up the phone, use our instant messenger service, or just drop us an email.
Whether you’re looking at industrial, cast iron products, half round solutions, tools/fixings, manhole covers, channel drains – or even resources for treatment plants, we’ve got the knowledge and product range to help.