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Extruded Moulded No 46 profile Gutter  

Light-weight traditional gutter profile.  The smooth clean lines of the extrusions with the recognised profile of the No 46 curves means this gutter range suit both modern and contemporary buildings and contributes to the overall architectural design of the building.

Gutter can be used in conjunction with pipes with cast fittings or with internal jointed pipe for a smooth-line and a more modern finish.

All gutters are pre-punched for ease of fitting and to allow for thermal expansion and eliminates the need for support brackets. 

Jointing is internal and can either be by traditional mastic sealed and bolted joints which has been the recognised standard joint over the years but also hidden fixing joints are available with no visible bolts.

  Extruded Moulded No 46 profile Gutter  



Extruded Moulded No 46 profile Gutter


260 standard colours
to either BS or RAL codes.

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Ideal for both traditional and modern designed buildings and houses
Light weight, durable, strong and corrosion resistant
4 standard profiles available in various sizes
Easy to handle and fix
Prompt delivery as large stock held in-house
Minimal maintenance required
Life expectancy of aluminium 25 - 40 years subject to location


Powder coating which complies and often exceeds BS 6496:1984
In house powder coating facility
Over 260 standard colours to either BS or RAL codes
Non standard colour available to special order
Textured finishes available to special order
Available in mill finish
Life expectancy of powder coating 15-20 years subject to location


Aluminium is 100% recyclable
Aluminium can be recycled indefinitely without damage to the metal's structure
Only around 5% of the CO2 is produced during the recycling process compared to producing raw aluminium


Powder coating complies and often exceeds BS 6496:1984
Manufactured in accordance with BS 2997:1958 (1980)


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