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A bigger gutter

Posted: Wednesday 17th September 2008

A new rainwater system from Marley Plumbing and Drainage offers long-lasting good looks with a high capacity. New Deepflow 150 builds on the success and reputation of Marley’s established semi-elliptical Deepflow gutter to offer an even higher capacity gutter for properties such as small-to-medium-sized commercial projects, Local Authority developments and flats.

A new 82.4mm circular downpipe with the distinctive Marley socket, and accessories such as brackets, clips, access fittings, branches and bends complement the Deepflow 150 range.

Deepflow 150 has a flow rate of up to six litres per second, so larger roofs can be drained efficiently and effectively with fewer downpipes and drainage connections, while the Deepflow 150 profile and bracket design give a sleek and professional look to the roof edge.

Deepflow 150 utilises Marley’s advanced Life4 technology, which means that the gutter and pipe will stay looking good for years to come.

Life4 uses a higher specification material to form a thin capping layer on the outside of the extrusion (gutter and pipe) that can withstand UV attack. The Life4 technology means that gutters and downpipes will look better for much longer, keeping their colour and gloss for up to four times longer than conventional PVCu products.

As with all Life4 products, the Deepflow 150 gutter benefits from the Marley Easyclip system – fittings simple click together to produce reliable and watertight joint and can be easily unclipped if required. The Easyclip system also allows the use of notch jointing – which allows the gutter to expand and contract due to temperature changes without the gutter pulling out of the fittings causing system failure.

Deepflow 150 and 82.4mm downpipe are available in long-lasting Life4 black, brown and white finishes.
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