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HCE Slot Channel Technical Data
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Load Rating Class - A15 Material - Stainless steel Price - TBA
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General Description
Stainless Steel Hidden Slot Channel (5mm to 18mm slot width, easily cleaned by directing a jet of water along the channel towards the outlet; HCE is designed for use against a wall.). Hidden channels are suited for draining large areas finished with block paving and can be designed to accommodate a range of paving thicknesses (min. 15mm) and flow rate requirements.
To specify an option, add option letter(s) as a suffix to the Spec. Code
  • B - filter bucket
  • SSD - single secondary drainage

Stainless Steel - Austenitic Grade 304 and 316: Used for bodies, gratings, funnels, access covers, filter buckets and fixings. A corrosion-resistant metal containing significant amounts of nickel and chromium; AISI grade 304 stainless steel is used as standard, which is suitable for general use in and around buildings including most coastal locations. In applications such as swimming pools or having an aggressive atmosphere, grade 316 is recommended and is available on request. An even higher grade may be required for applications in highly corrosive environments including where exposure to seawater may be anticipated. Clean with soap and warm water rinse and wipe dry. Gratings may also be cleaned in certain dishwashers. Under no circumstances treat with metal scouring pads, metal scrapers or wire wool as these will contaminate surfaces leaving rust spots. Take care to cover stainless steel items when site work is going on, to avoid contamination with rust-inducing particles such as when mild steel or cast iron items are being cut.
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