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Uniclass L7315 CI/SfB (52.6)

ACO Stainless Steel Eurogullies Product catalogue


ACO Building Drainage

ACO Building Drainage Our built environment is becoming ever more complex. Applications are becoming more sophisticated and the increasing pressure of regulations and standards make achieving design, performance and financial goals ever tougher. ACO Building Drainage is a new concept within the ACO Group. Our mission: to eliminate design risk, to reduce installed and life cost and to deliver exceptional finish and performance in every product application.

ACO Building Drainage’s extensive portfolio includes: 

Stainless steel Modular Channel system



Stainless steel EuroGully gully system



Stainless steel and polymer composite access covers



Biological Grease Management system



Gravity Grease Separator system



Sewer backflow prevention valves



Stainless steel socketed pipe system

We achieve this through three factors:



Rainwater outlets for flat roofs



High performance materials



Design experience and project support



Global manufacturing capacity

For further information on these products and services please consult our comprehensive range of specification and installation guides.

Applied to a range of products for use within, or near to the building envelope, our solutions offer best value where high performance is prerequisite.

ACO Building Drainage is a division of ACO Technologies plc and part of the worldwide ACO Group.

Delivering through understanding, innovation and support

The Group has sales in excess of £300 million worldwide with production facilities in the UK, Germany, France, Switzerland, Denmark, Spain, Poland, Czech Republic, Australia and the USA. In total more than 3000 people are employed in 30 countries throughout the world.

Whatever the material - stainless steel, cast iron, aluminium alloy, polyethylene and polypropylene – our global resources and fabrication capacity make it possible for us to deliver best value both with our standard products and with our bespoke designs. Confidence is further assured with quality systems that are in accordance with ISO 9001.

Contact Details ACO Technologies plc ACO Business Park, Hitchin Road, Shefford, Bedfordshire SG17 5TE.

Tel:

01462 816666 Fax:

01462 851490 e-mail Enquiries:

buildingdrainage@aco.co.uk website:

www.acobuildingdrainage.com


Eurogullies CONTENTS

Systems Overview

Gully Drainage

Page 4

Load Class

Page 6

Foul Air Traps

Page 7

Micro Floor Gullies

System Overview

Page 8

Technical Data

Page 9

EG150 Eurogully

System Overview

Page 10

Technical Data

Page 12

Fixed Height Eurogullies

System Overview

Page 20

Specification and Ordering

Page 22

Technical Data

Page 23

Accessories

Page 25

Telescopic Eurogullies

System Overview

Page 26

Specification and Ordering

Page 28

Technical Data

Page 29

Assembly Inverts

Page 33

Accessories

Page 34

Gratings

For Fixed Height and Telescopic Eurogullies

Page 36

Installation

Micro Floor Gullies / EG150 Eurogully

Page 40

Fixed Height Eurogullies

Page 40

Telescopic Eurogullies

Page 41

ACO Vinyl Seal

Page 42

Care and Maintenance

Page 44

Stainless Steel

Families

Page 46

Corrosion Resistance

Page 47

Finishing Processes

Page 48

Material Resistance Chart

Page 50

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Systems Overview GULLY DRAINAGE

ACO Building Drainage gullies represent the cumulation of many years practical experience and design know-how in stainless steel fabrication technologies. Our state of the art European plants produce products of consistent outstanding quality but with economic benefits that can only be realised through the most advanced manufacturing methods. All the systems featured here are manufactured in austenitic stainless steel grades 304 or 316 and are fully pickle passivated in order to ensure corrosion free product. Their design includes for smooth bowl shaped structures to minimise possible siltation, and all include an integral foul air trap.

The four systems present the designer and installer with literally hundreds of ‘off the shelf’ product combinations to meet nearly every conceivable need or application. However should our range not meet your requirements we have a considerable capacity for bespoke design and manufacture: tundishes, extra inlets, extended bodies or spigots and non-standard outlet sizes can all be accommodated, but please allow extra lead time. The gully systems fall into four main categories: Micro Floor Gullies; EG150 Eurogully; Fixed Height Eurogully and Telescopic Eurogully systems. Each have particular benefits which are summarised briefly here with in depth description and full feature and benefit listings in their relevant sections.

Micro Floor Gully



Typical applications - Washrooms - Toilet areas - Plant rooms



Key features - Shallow light duty gully ideal for construction with depth restrictions - 40mm OD outlet - Easy maintenance - Rodding access and foul air trap as standard

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Systems Overview GULLY DRAINAGE

EG 150 Eurogully range

Telescopic Eurogullies





Typical applications - Pedestrian areas

- Ideal where finished floor level or drainage connection depth not known

- Light industrial use - Shower areas



Typical applications

- Washdown

- Gully bodies can be used with:

Key features

- Channel systems - Decks - Suspended floors

- Versatility - Available in 304 and 316 grades of stainless steel - Designed for cementitious and resin screed, ceramic tile and vinyl sheet floor - Damp proof membrane bonding flange available - Up to three back inlets - Horizontal or vertical spigot outlet



Key features - Unique separation of grating seat from gully body - Option of a damp proof membrane clamp - Perfect integration between the gully top and finished floor level - Capacity with flow rates up to 6.5 litres per second

Fixed Height Eurogullies



Typical applications - Chemical plants - Food processing areas - Industrial units



Key features - Suitable for areas with high traffic loading

Bespoke Gullies - ACO Building Drainage offer design and manufacture capabilities to accommodate any requests - Dedicated in-house engineers who provide initial guidance through to technical drawings - Manufacture commence on receipt of signed off drawings and official order

- Reinforced edges in 2 and 3mm thick stainless steel - Available in 304 and 316 grades of stainless steel - Wide range of gratings up to Load Class C - With options for either a sieve or debris basket - Hygienic design for easy cleaning - Capacity with flow rates up to 11 litres per second

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System Overview LOAD CLASS

All ACO Building Drainage products have load classification in accordance with the FACTA (Fabricated Access Covers Trade Association) Load Class criteria. The Load Class table below is provided as a guide only in the selection of fabricated metal gratings and covers for the applications indicated and has been designed specifically to cater for the performance of these products in service. With respect to EN load test standards, the characteristics of stainless steel and mild steel materials are not addressed within their load test criteria.

BS EN 124:1994 and

Slow Moving Wheel

BS EN 1433:2002

Load (Tonnes)

FACTA Load Class

comparisons

Pneumatic Solid

Typical Applications

A

A15

0.5

Pedestrian areas, changing rooms

n/a

and toilets. AA

1.5

n/a

Very light industrial areas, small trolleys and private cars.

AAA

2.5

0.5

Light industrial areas, trolleys and light pallet trucks.

B

B125

5.0

0.75

Factories, industrial plants, pick-up trucks and small pallet trucks.

C

C250

6.5

1.0

Factories, industrial plants, lorries, pallet trucks and small fork lift trucks.

D

D400

11.0

3.0

Heavy duty industrial areas, medium duty fork lift trucks and HGV’s.

E

6

E600

16.0

5.0

Heavy duty industrial areas, heavy duty fork lift trucks and HGV’s.


System Overview FOUL AIR TRAPS

The foul air trap prevents foul air passing back through the gully from stagnant or dirty water within the connecting pipework. The water level is maintained in the gullies by means of weirs formed by the trap unit fitted in the gully body. These are fully removable to allow rodding of the connecting pipework and easy cleaning of the gully body.

MG Micro Floor Gully System The foul air trap is an integral part of the grating and allows full rodding access to the drainage pipework and eradicates the need for additional rodding eyes.

Vertical Gully

EG150 Gully System A removable in-line foul air trap is fitted as standard. This facilitates efficient access for rodding and jetting.

Vertical Gully

Horizontal Gully

Vertical Gully

Horizontal Gully

EG Fixed Height and Telescopic Gully Systems The gullies are supplied complete with a one piece foul air trap. The foul air traps, both on the horizontal and vertical gullies, are completely removable to allow rodding access to the connecting pipework for easy cleaning and maintenance.

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Micro Floor Gullies SYSTEM OVERVIEW

With Integral Foul Air Trap Flow Rate 0.24 l/s, FACTA Load Class A The Micro Floor Gully is a light duty, compact trapped drain manufactured from Grade 304 stainless steel. It is designed to provide discrete drainage for washrooms, toilet areas and plant rooms. An invert depth of just 76mm makes it ideal for use in areas where depth is restricted or for refurbishment work where excavation can be kept at a minimum. 1 1

The drain is supplied with a circular grating located in a 100mm square top. An optional lockable grating is also available.

2

2

The foul air trap is an integral part of the grating and allows full rodding access to the drainage pipework and eradicates the need for additional rodding eyes.

3

Suitable for use with cementitious/resin screed

3

and tile applications 4

Complete with fixing tangs with earth wire connections.

5

50mm water seal depth meets requirements of BS EN 1253.

6

Compact unit - 76mm invert depth.

7

The drain has a vertical spigot outlet allowing

4 5

6

easy connection to existing pipework with either push fit or compression fittings.

8

7


Micro Floor Gullies TECHNICAL DATA

Specification Clause The floor drains are to be the MG or MGL as supplied by ACO Building Drainage, (a division of ACO Technologies plc.), Hitchin Road, Shefford, Bedfordshire, UK SG17 5TE. All components to be manufactured from austenitic stainless steel Grade 304 to EN 10088 and to be fully pickle passivated. The Micro Floor Gully Part No. MG/MGL* will be complete with removable foul air trap and grating. All components used within the scope of this system are shown on Drawing No. __________*and all work will be carried out strictly in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions and the installation details set out on Drawing No. __________*.

*

please delete or complete as appropriate.

MG100FSV/40 Gully (no locking) X

100mm

47mm

133mm

76mm

100mm

X Ø40mm

Ø80mm

Side View Description

Section X-X

Plan View

304 Part No

316 Part No

Flow Rate

Weight

Load Class

4156

N/A

0.24l/s

0.35 Kg

A

MG100FSV/40

MGL100FSV/40 Gully (locked) X

100mm

133mm

47mm

100mm

X Ø40mm

Ø79mm

Side View Description MGL100FSV/40

Section X-X

Plan View

304 Part No

316 Part No

Flow Rate

Weight

Load Class

4157

N/A

0.24l/s

0.35 Kg

A

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EG150 Eurogully SYSTEM OVERVIEW

Eurogully Range

1

2

ACO Building Drainage has designed a wide range of multi-application, high performance stainless steel floor gullies. The ACO Building Drainage EG150 range of Eurogullies are designed to provide hygienic, quick, simple and economic trapped drainage solutions for light industrial use, washrooms, ‘wet’ bathrooms, changing rooms, swimming pools, hotels, apartments and toilets. All floor finishes are catered for including cementitious and resin screeds, ceramic tiles, flexible vinyl sheet in solid and suspended flooring applications. Manufactured in austenitic 304 grade stainless steel as standard, excellent corrosion resistance is guaranteed. Optional 316 grade stainless steel for aggressive applications is available on all gullies.

3

ACO Building Drainage EG150 Eurogullies are supplied with perforated gratings as standard ensuring no risk to bare feet or stiletto heels. A slip resistant or plain mesh grating is available for cementitious/resin screeds and tile applications.

4 8 5

9 6

7

10


EG150 Eurogully SYSTEM OVERVIEW

1

Foot safe, perforated FACTA Load Class A grating fitted as standard for pedestrian applications.

2

Maintainability provided through removable sieve.

3

Removable in-line foul air trap fitted as standard, flow rate 1.2 l/s. 50mm water seal meets requirements of BS EN 1253.

4

Telescopic height variant providing full 360° rotation and +/- 7.5° pitch and roll adjustment.

5

Smooth contour design minimises bacteria traps.

6

3 back inlet variant available supplied with fully interchangeable adaptors to suit 32mm / 1.25” to BS 5254 and 40mm / 1.5” to BS 5255 waste pipes.

7

Ø110mm vertical spigot outlet.

8

Clamp for vinyl flooring.

9

Ends stops provided preventing accidental dismantling on telescopic variants.

10 DPM bonding flanges available for the ultimate in sub-floor security. 11 Ø75mm horizontal spigot outlet. 12 Shallow gully option, ideal for suspended floor or other restricted depth applications.

10

12 11

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EG150 Eurogully TECHNICAL DATA

For cementitious/resin screed and tile applications EG150FVL/110 150mm

52mm

105mm

X

X Ø110mm

Side View

Description EG150FVL/110

Section X-X

Plan View

304 Part No

316 Part No

Flow Rate

Weight

Load Class

97211

97261

1.2l/s

1.0 Kg

A

EG150TV/110 X

212-242mm

52mm

150mm

X Ø110mm

Side View Description EG150TV/110

Section X-X

Plan View

304 Part No

316 Part No

Flow Rate

Weight

Load Class

97200

97250

1.2l/s

1.5 Kg

A 150mm

52mm

Ø32-Ø40mm

212-242mm

83-113mm

X

EG150TV3i/110

X 35mm

Ø110mm

Side View

12

Description EG150TV3i/110

Section X-X

Plan View

304 Part No

316 Part No

Flow Rate

Weight

Load Class

97202

97252

1.2l/s

1.8 Kg

A


EG150 Eurogully TECHNICAL DATA

EG150THL/75

150mm

75mm

52mm

120-150mm

X

75mm

X

Side View Description EG150THL/75

Section X-X

Plan View

304 Part No

316 Part No

Flow Rate

Weight

Load Class

97201

97251

1.2l/s

1.6 kg

A

EG150TH3i/75 X

X

EG150TH3i/75

Section X-X

304 Part No

316 Part No

Flow Rate

Weight

Load Class

97203

97253

1.2l/s

1.9 Kg

A 150mm

75mm 52mm

73-103mm Ø32-Ø40mm

120-150mm

X

75mm 35mm

Side View

EG150THL3i/75

Plan View

X

EG150THL3i/75

Description

75mm

35mm

Side View

Description

75mm

52mm

213-243mm

83-113mm

Ø32-40mm

150mm

Section X-X

Plan View

304 Part No

316 Part No

Flow Rate

Weight

Load Class

97213

97263

1.2l/s

1.9 Kg

A

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EG150 Eurogully TECHNICAL DATA

For Damp proof membrane bonding

150mm

X

212-242mm

52mm

EG150TVB/110

Ø250mm X Ø110mm

Side View Description EG150TVB/110

Section X-X

Plan View

304 Part No

316 Part No

Flow Rate

Weight

Load Class

97216

97266

1.2l/s

1.2 Kg

A 150mm

EG150TVB3i/110

52mm

Ø32-40mm

213-243mm

83-113mm

X

Ø250mm

35mm

X Ø110mm

Side View Description EG150TVB3i/110

Section X-X

Plan View

304 Part No

316 Part No

Flow Rate

Weight

Load Class

97205

97255

1.2l/s

2.2 Kg

A 150mm

EG150THBL/75

Ø75mm

52mm

120-150mm

X

75mm X Ø250mm

Side View Description EG150THBL/75

14

Section X-X

Plan View

304 Part No

316 Part No

Flow Rate

Weight

Load Class

97204

97254

1.2l/s

2.3 Kg

A


EG150 Eurogully TECHNICAL DATA

EG150THB3i/75

150mm

X

Ø250mm

75mm

35mm

Side View Description

Ø75mm

52mm

Ø32-40mm

213-243mm

83-113mm

X

Section X-X

Plan View

304 Part No

316 Part No

Flow Rate

Weight

Load Class

EG150THB3i/75

97206

97256

1.2l/s

2.3 Kg

A

EG150THBL3i/75

X

Ø75mm

52mm Ø32-40mm

120-150mm

73-103mm

150mm

X

75mm 35mm Ø250mm

Side View Description EG150THBL3i/75

Section X-X

Plan View

304 Part No

316 Part No

Flow Rate

Weight

Load Class

97214

97264

1.2l/s

2.3 Kg

A

For Vinyl sheet flooring EG150FVL/VNL/110

52mm

112mm

X

X Ø110mm Ø225mm

Side View Description EG150FVL/VNL/110

Section X-X

Plan View

304 Part No

316 Part No

Flow Rate

Weight

Load Class

97212

97262

1.2l/s

1.2 Kg

A

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EG150 Eurogully TECHNICAL DATA

EG150TV/VNL/110

219-249mm

52mm

X

Ø225mm

X Ø110mm

Side View Description EG150TV/VNL/110

EG150TV3i/VNL/110

Section X-X

Plan View

304 Part No

316 Part No

Flow Rate

Weight

Load Class

97207

97257

1.2l/s

1.7 Kg

A

X

52mm

Ø32-Ø40mm

219-249mm

90-120mm

X

35mm

Ø225mm

Ø110mm

Side View

Plan View

316 Part No

Flow Rate

Weight

Load Class

97209

97259

1.2l/s

2.0 Kg

A

EG150THL/VNL/75

X

Ø75mm

X

126-156mm

304 Part No

EG150TV3i/VNL/110

52mm

Description

Section X-X

75mm

Ø225mm

Side View Description EG150THL/VNL/75

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Section X-X

Plan View

304 Part No

316 Part No

Flow Rate

Weight

Load Class

97208

97258

1.2l/s

1.8 Kg

A


EG150 Eurogully TECHNICAL DATA

EG150TH3i/VNL/75

X

EG150TH3i/VNL/75

75mm

35mm

Side View Description

Ø75mm

52mm

Ø32-40mm

220-250mm

90-120mm

X

Ø225mm

Section X-X

Plan View

304 Part No

316 Part No

Flow Rate

Weight

Load Class

97210

97260

1.2l/s

2.1 Kg

A

EG150THL3i/VNL/75

Ø32-40mm

79-109mm

126-156mm

X

Side View Description EG150THL3i/VNL/75

Ø75mm

52mm

X

75mm 35mm

Ø225mm

Section X-X

Plan View

304 Part No

316 Part No

Flow Rate

Weight

Load Class

97215

97265

1.2l/s

2.1 Kg

A

For cementitious/resin screed and tile applications with top for mesh grate Ø150mm

52mm

105mm

X

21mm

EG150FVLM/110

X Ø110mm

Side View Description EG150FVLM/110

Section X-X

Plan View

304 Part No

316 Part No

Flow Rate

Weight

Load Class

400834

400835

1.2l/s

1.0 Kg

A

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EG150 Eurogully TECHNICAL DATA

EG150TVM/110

X

212-242mm

52mm

150mm

X Ø110mm

Side View 304 Part No

316 Part No

Flow Rate

Weight

Load Class

97296

97298

1.2l/s

1.5 Kg

A 150mm

Ø32-40mm

212-242mm

83-113mm

X

EG150TVM3i/110

X

52mm

EG150TVM/110

Plan View

21mm

Description

Section X-X

35mm

Ø110mm

Side View

EG150TVM3i/110

304 Part No

316 Part No

Flow Rate

Weight

Load Class

97312

97314

1.2l/s

1.8 Kg

A 155mm

X

52mm

EG150THLM/110

Plan View

120-150mm

Description

Section X-X

X Ø75mm

Side View Description EG150THLM/75

18

Section X-X

Plan View

304 Part No

316 Part No

Flow Rate

Weight

Load Class

97308

97310

1.2l/s

1.6 Kg

A


EG150 Eurogully TECHNICAL DATA

X

150mm

X

213-243mm Ø75mm

52mm

Ø32-40mm

83-113mm

EG150THM3i/75

35mm

75mm

Side View Description EG150THM3i/75

Section X-X

Plan View

304 Part No

316 Part No

Flow Rate

Weight

Load Class

97316

97318

1.2l/s

1.9 Kg

A

Mesh Grates 142mm

23mm

142mm

20mm

EG150AS Grating 142mm x 142mm Anti Slip Mesh

23mm

2mm

Plan View

Side View Description EG150AS

304 Part No

316 Part No

Weight

05964

15964

0.6 Kg

23mm

142mm

20mm

23mm

2mm

Side View

EG150PL

A 142mm

EG150PL Grating 142mm x 142mm Plain Mesh

Description

Load Class

Plan View

304 Part No

316 Part No

Weight

Load Class

05965

15965

0.6 Kg

A

Sieve A

Side View Description EG150SI

Plan View

304 Part No

316 Part No

A

Weight

97235

97285

108mm

0.10Kg

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Fixed Height Eurogullies SYSTEM OVERVIEW

EG200F

With Integral Foul Air Trap

EG250F

Flow Rates 2.8 to 11.0 l/s, FACTA Load Classes A, B and C One-piece Eurogullies, designed to be used in commercial applications, are simple free-standing units suitable for concrete, resin or tiled floors.

EG300F EG400F Perforated (RPER)*

The gullies are produced in a number of versions featuring different flow rates, grating sizes and body and spigot outlet diameters to suit various applications. The gullies are manufactured from 2 and 3mm thick austenitic stainless steel Grades 304 or 316 to EN 10088.

Ladder (RLAD)*

Eurogullies are pickle passivated to ensure corrosion free joints. 1

Optional sieve or basket collects debris effectively.

2

The gullies are supplied complete with a one

Annular (ANL)*

piece foul air trap. The foul air traps, both on the horizontal and vertical gullies, are completely removable to allow rodding access to the connecting pipework for easy cleaning and maintenance.

1

3

The foul air trap seal depth of 70mm exceeds the requirements of Euronorm BS EN 1253.

4

5mm solid circular top edge provides strength and durability capable of withstanding heavy loading conditions and helps eliminate stress

2

cracks in floor finishes. 3

5

The height adjustable levelling feet make installation quick and easy.

6

Bowl shaped bodies deter silt and debris collecting in corners making cleaning easy.

7

Ø110, Ø160 and Ø200mm spigot outlets are available.

4

5

6

20 7

*

Product code


Fixed Height Eurogullies SYSTEM OVERVIEW

Ladder (LAD)*

Anti-slip Mesh (AS)*

Plain Mesh (PL)*

Weir (WR)*

Solid (SOL)*

Perforated (PER)*

8

Horizontal basket collects debris effectively.

9

The gully top has a channel edge detail of 15mm

Heelsafe (HEL)*

providing an attractive finish and will accept ACO VinylSeal速 (see page 42). 10

Eurogullies are pressed to achieve a smooth transition from the square seating shape for the grating to the round body and to prevent sediment build up in the flange area.

8

11

Electrical earthing point is provided as standard on every gully body.

12

Chamfered spigot outlets allow easy push fit connection onto existing drainage pipes.

2

9 10

11

21

12

*

Product code


Fixed Height Eurogullies SPECIFICATION AND ORDERING

To specify or order a Fixed Height Eurogully please use code sequence below. Please Note all gullies are supplied with foul air traps fitted as standard. XXXXX-X-X-XXX-XXX-XXX-X-XXX

Gully Body EG200F-EG250F EG300F-EG400F

Material Option 304 = Grade Stainless Steel 316 = Grade Stainless Steel

Top Option S = Square Top R = Round Top R not available for EG400F

Load Class Option A-B-C

Outlet Option V -Vertical H - Horizontal

Grate Options AS-PL-PER- SOL LAD-WRHEL RPER-RLAD-ANL

Outlet Size Ø110mm Ø160mm Ø200mm

Filter Options SI = Sieve FVSB = Vertical Basket FHSB = Horizontal Basket

Example 1 EG200F-S-V-110-FVSB-LAD-C-304 EG200F gully body, with 200mm square top and vertical 110mm diameter spigot, fixed height vertical basket, ladder grate, Load Class C. 304 grade stainless steel.

Specification Clause The gullies are to be Fixed Height Eurogullies as supplied by ACO Building Drainage (a division of ACO Technologies plc), of Hitchin Road, Shefford, Bedfordshire, UK SG17 5TE. All components to be manufactured from austenitic stainless steel Grade 304/316*to EN 10088 and to be fully pickle passivated and where appropriate gratings to be electropolished. The Fixed Height Eurogully Part No.__________*will be complete with removable foul air trap, optional sieve/silt basket*and grating/cover*. All components used within the scope of this system are shown on Drawing No.__________*and all work shall be carried out strictly in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions and the installation details set out on Drawing No.__________*.

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*please delete or complete as appropriate.

Note: For Fixed Height Eurogully installation details refer to page 46.


Fixed Height Eurogullies TECHNICAL DATA

Square fixed height system A

B

70mm

E

F

X

X C D

Side View Description

Section X-X

Plan View

304 Part No

316 Part No

Flow Rate

Weight

Load Class

EG200FSV/110

05734

15734

3.4l/s

3.7Kg

C

EG250FSV/110

05394

15394

4.0l/s

4.8Kg

C

EG300FSV/160

05403

15403

6.5l/s

6.8Kg

C

EG400FSV/160

05766

15766

10.0l/s

12.0Kg

C

EG400FSV/200

05768

15768

11.0l/s

12.3Kg

C

Dimensions Description

A

B

C

D

E

F

EG200FSV/110

200mm

311mm

Ø110mm

Ø157mm

231mm

41mm

EG250FSV/110

250mm

331mm

Ø110mm

Ø200mm

251mm

41mm

EG300FSV/160

300mm

361mm

Ø160mm

Ø257mm

281mm

41mm

EG400FSV/160

400mm

416mm

Ø160mm

Ø357mm

336mm

41mm

EG400FSV/200

400mm

416mm

Ø200mm

Ø357mm

336mm

41mm

A

70mm

B

E

F

X

X C D

Side View Description

Section X-X

Plan View

304 Part No

316 Part No

Flow Rate

Weight

Load Class

EG200FSH/110

05735

15735

2.8l/s

3.2Kg

C

EG250FSH/110

05395

15395

3.2l/s

4.2Kg

C

EG300FSH/160

05404

15404

6.0l/s

6.3Kg

C

EG400FSH/160

05767

15767

8.5l/s

12.0Kg

C

EG400FSH/200

05769

15769

9.5l/s

12.3Kg

C

A

B

C

D

E

F

EG200FSH/110

200mm

231mm

Ø110mm

Ø157mm

209mm

41mm

EG250FSH/110

250mm

251mm

Ø110mm

Ø200mm

212mm

41mm

EG300FSH/160

300mm

271mm

Ø160mm

Ø257mm

241mm

41mm

EG400FSH/160

400mm

346mm

Ø160mm

Ø357mm

264mm

41mm

EG400FSH/200

400mm

346mm

Ø200mm

Ø357mm

264mm

41mm

Dimensions Description

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Fixed Height Eurogullies TECHNICAL DATA

Round fixed height system A

B

E

70mm

F

X

X C D

Side View Description

Section X-X

Plan View

304 Part No

316 Part No

Flow Rate

Weight

Load Class

EG200FRV/110

97113

400819

3.4l/s

3.7Kg

C

EG250FRV/110

97117

400821

4.0l/s

4.8Kg

C

EG300FRV/160

97125

400825

6.5l/s

6.8Kg

C

Dimensions Description

A

B

C

D

E

F

EG200FRV/110

Ø197mm

300mm

Ø110mm

Ø157mm

220mm

41mm

EG250FRV/110

Ø241mm

320mm

Ø110mm

Ø201mm

240mm

41mm

EG300FRV/160

Ø297mm

350mm

Ø160mm

Ø257mm

270mm

41mm

A

70mm

C

B

E

F

X

X D

Side View Description

Section X-X

Plan View

304 Part No

316 Part No

Flow Rate

Weight

Load Class

EG200FRH/110

97133

97366

2.8l/s

3.2Kg

C

EG250FRH/110

97137

97387

3.2l/s

4.2Kg

C

EG300FRH/160

97145

92506

6.0l/s

6.3Kg

C

A

B

C

D

E

F

EG200FRH/110

Ø197mm

205mm

Ø110mm

Ø157mm

197mm

41mm

EG250FRH/110

Ø241mm

208mm

Ø110mm

Ø200mm

199mm

41mm

EG300FRH/160

Ø297mm

246mm

Ø160mm

Ø257mm

237mm

41mm

Dimensions Description

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Fixed Height Eurogullies ACCESSORIES

Sieve

A

Side View Description

Plan View

304 Part No

316 Part No

A

Weight

EG200FSI

05780

15780

152mm

0.15Kg

EG250FSI

05781

15781

195mm

0.35KG

EG300FSI

05782

15782

252mm

0.55Kg

B

Vertical Silt Basket

A

Side View

Plan View

Description

304 Part No

316 Part No

A

B

Weight

EG200FVSB

05784

15784

50mm

150mm

0.3Kg

EG250FVSB

05786

15786

70mm

193mm

0.5Kg

EG300FVSB

05788

15788

85mm

250mm

0.8Kg

EG400FVSB

05790

15790

125mm

350mm

1.95Kg

B

Horizontal Silt Basket

A

Side View

Plan View

Description

304 Part No

316 Part No

A

B

Weight

EG200FHSB

05785

15785

160mm

150mm

0.55Kg

EG250FHSB

05787

15787

186mm

194mm

0.9Kg

EG300FHSB

05789

15789

216mm

250mm

1.5Kg

EG400FHSB

05791

15791

246mm

350mm

2.0Kg

Kit for vinyl floor applications See page 42 for more detail

Side View

Description

316 Part No

Size

Weight

Load Class

EG200VNL

49448

N/A

1.0Kg

N/A

EG250VNL

49447

N/A

1.0Kg

N/A

EG300VNL

49453

N/A

1.0Kg

N/A

EG400VNL

49454

N/A

1.0Kg

N/A

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Telescopic Eurogullies SYSTEM OVERVIEW

EG200T

With integral foul air trap

EG250T EG300T

The Telescopic Eurogullies are produced in a number of versions suitable for different flow rates, grating sizes and body and spigot outlet diameters to suit various applications.

1

Perforated (RPER)*

2 3

4 5

Flow Rates 2.8 to 6.5 l/s, FACTA Load Classes A and C

With the same features as the Fixed Height Eurogully range the Telescopic Eurogully has the added advantage of invert adjustability. Refer to page 39 for further details. The gullies can be installed as free-standing units or as channel outlets in a variety of floor types. The gullies are manufactured from 2 and 3mm thick austenitic stainless steel Grades 304 or 316 to EN 10088. Eurogullies are pickle passivated to ensure corrosion free joints. 1

Grating and cover options are available in Facta Load Classes A and C.

2

Optional sieve or basket collects debris effectively.

3

5mm solid edge provides strength and durability capable of withstanding heavy loading conditions.

4

The height adjustable levelling feet make installation quick and easy.

6

5

Telescopic gully top provides limited variable invert capability.

7 6

The gullies are supplied complete with a one piece foul air trap. The foul air traps, both on the horizontal and vertical gullies, are completely removable to allow rodding access to the

8

connecting pipework for easy cleaning and maintenance. 7

The foul air trap seal depth of 70mm exceeds the requirements of Euronorm BS EN 1253.

9

8

Optional plastic drainage ring is available to drain sub-surface water into gully where a damp proof membrane is used.

10

9

Optional double clamping flange to clamp damp proof membrane.

11

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10 All flange plates have pre-drilled holes for easy screw fixing. 11 Deep rounded bodies to deter silt and debris collecting in the corners and makes cleaning easy.


Telescopic Eurogullies SYSTEM OVERVIEW

12 Horizontal basket collects debris effectively.

1

13 Eurogullies are pressed to achieve a smooth transition from the square seating shape for the grating to the round body and to prevent

Plain Mesh (PL)*

sediment build up in the flange area. 14 The gully top has a channel edge detail of 15mm providing an attractive finish and will accept ACO VinylSeal® (see page 42).

12

15 Electrical earthing point is provided as standard on every gully body. 16 The height adjustable levelling feet make installation quick and easy. 17 A rubber ‘O’-ring provides a seal between the gully body and gully top. 18 Chamfered spigot outlets allow easy push fit connection onto existing drainage pipes.

13

19 Ø110 and Ø160mm spigot outlets are available.

14

15

Gratings and Cover Options

16

17

6

Ladder (RLAD)*

Annular (ANL)*

Ladder (LAD)*

Anti-slip Mesh (AS)*

Weir (WR)*

Perforated (PER)*

27

18 Heelsafe (HEL)* 19

*

Product code

Solid (SOL)*


Telescopic Eurogullies SPECIFICATION AND ORDERING

To specify or order a Telescopic Eurogully please use code sequence below. Please Note all gullies are supplied with foul air traps fitted as standard. XXXXXX.X.X-XXX-XXX-XXX-XXX-X-XXX

Gully Body EG200T-EG250T EG300T

Material Option 304 = Grade Stainless Steel 316 = Grade Stainless Steel

Outlet Option V = Vertical H = Horizontal

Load Class Option A-B-C

Flange Type R = 50mm Flange D = Membrane Flange

Grate Options AS-PL-PER- SOL LAD-WRHEL RPER-RLAD-ANL

Outlet Size Ø110mm Ø160mm Ø200mm

Filter Options SI = Sieve TVSB = Vertical Basket THSB = Horizontal Basket

Gully Top Option SGT = Square Top RGT = Round Top

Example 1 EG250T.H.R-110-SGT-THSB-HEL-A-304 EG250 telescopic gully body, horizontal, 50mm flange, 110mm diameter spigot, 200mm square gully top, telescopic horizontal basket, Heelsafe grate, Load Class A. 304 grade stainless steel.

Specification Clause The gullies are to be Telescopic Eurogullies as supplied by ACO Building Drainage (a division of ACO Technologies plc), of Hitchin Road, Shefford, Bedfordshire, UK SG17 5TE. All components to be manufactured from austenitic stainless steel Grade 304/316*to EN 10088 and to be fully pickle passivated and where appropriate gratings to be electropolished. The Telescopic Eurogully Part No.__________*will be complete with removable foul air trap, optional sieve/silt basket*and grating/cover*.

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All components used within the scope of this system are shown on Drawing No.__________*and all work shall be carried out strictly in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions and the installation details set out on Drawing No.__________*. *please delete or complete as appropriate.

Note: For Telescopic Eurogully installation details refer to page 47.


Telescopic Eurogullies TECHNICAL DATA

Telescopic gully bodies A

B

70mm

E

X

X C D

Side View Description

Section X-X

Plan View

304 Part No

316 Part No

Flow Rate

Weight

Load Class

EG200TV/110

05724

15724

3.4l/s

3.6Kg

C

EG250TV/110

05364

15364

4.0l/s

4.5Kg

C

EG300TV/160

05368

15368

6.5l/s

6.4Kg

C

A

B

C

D

E

EG200TV/110

Ø257mm

260mm

Ø110mm

Ø157mm

180mm

EG250TV/110

Ø300mm

280mm

Ø110mm

Ø200mm

200mm

EG300TV/160

Ø357mm

310mm

Ø160mm

Ø257mm

230mm

Dimensions Description

A

71mm

B

E

X

X C D

Side View Description

Section X-X

Plan View

304 Part No

316 Part No

Flow Rate

Weight

Load Class

EG200TH/110

05725

15725

2.8l/s

2.9Kg

C

EG250TH/110

05365

15365

3.2l/s

3.9Kg

C

EG300TH/160

05369

15369

6.0l/s

5.9Kg

C

Dimensions Description

A

B

C

D

E

EG200TH/110

Ø257mm

180mm

Ø110mm

Ø157mm

158mm

EG250TH/110

Ø300mm

200mm

Ø110mm

Ø200mm

160mm

EG300TH/160

Ø357mm

230mm

Ø160mm

Ø257mm

200mm

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Telescopic Eurogullies TECHNICAL DATA

Telescopic gully bodies membrane flange A

70mm

B

E

X

X C D

Side View Description

Section X-X

Plan View

304 Part No

316 Part No

Flow Rate

Weight

Load Class

EG200TVD/110

05728

15728

3.4l/s

3.6Kg

C

EG250TVD/110

05376

15367

4.0l/s

4.5Kg

C

EG300TVD/160

05384

15384

6.5l/s

6.4Kg

C

Dimensions Description

A

B

C

D

E

EG200TVD/110

Ø358mm

260mm

Ø110mm

Ø157mm

180mm

EG250TVD/110

Ø401mm

280mm

Ø110mm

Ø200mm

200mm

EG300TVD/160

Ø458mm

310mm

Ø160mm

Ø257mm

230mm

A

70mm

B

E

X

X C D

Side View Description

Section X-X

Plan View

304 Part No

316 Part No

Flow Rate

Weight

Load Class

EG200THD/110

05729

15729

2.8l/s

2.9Kg

C

EG250THD/110

05377

15377

3.2l/s

3.9Kg

C

EG300THD/160

05385

15385

6.0l/s

5.9Kg

C

Dimensions Description

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A

B

C

D

E

EG200THD/110

Ø358mm

180mm

Ø110mm

Ø157mm

158mm

EG250THD/110

Ø401mm

200mm

Ø110mm

Ø200mm

160mm

EG300THD/160

Ø458mm

230mm

Ø160mm

Ø257mm

200mm


Telescopic Eurogullies TECHNICAL DATA

Telescopic gully Tops A

B

D

X

X C

Side View Description

Section X-X

Plan View

304 Part No

316 Part No

Flow Rate

Weight

Load Class

EG200SGT/110

05902

15902

N/A

1.7Kg

C

EG250SGT/110

05904

15904

N/A

2.2Kg

C

EG300SGT/160

05906

15906

N/A

2.75Kg

C

Dimensions Description

A

B

C

D

EG200SGT/110

200mm

202mm

142mm

41mm

EG250SGT/110

250mm

202mm

184mm

41mm

EG300SGT/160

300mm

202mm

242mm

41mm

A

B

D

X

X C

Side View Description

Section X-X

Plan View

304 Part No

316 Part No

Flow Rate

Weight

Load Class

EG200RGT/110

97101

N/A

N/A

1.7kg

C

EG250RGT/110

97103

N/A

N/A

2.2Kg

C

EG300RGT/160

97105

N/A

N/A

2.75Kg

C

Dimensions Description

A

B

C

D

EG200RGT/110

Ø197mm

192mm

Ø142mm

41mm

EG250RGT/110

Ø241mm

192mm

Ø184mm

41mm

EG300RGT/160

Ø297mm

192mm

Ø242mm

41mm

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Telescopic Eurogullies TECHNICAL DATA

Raising Pieces

B

A

C

Side View Description

Plan View

304 Part No

316 Part No

Flow Rate

Weight

Load Class

EG200RP

05854

15854

N/A

1.7Kg

C

EG250RP

05855

15855

N/A

2.2Kg

C

EG300RP

05856

15856

N/A

2.75Kg

C

Dimensions Description

A

B

C

EG200RP

Ø358mm

180mm

Ø142mm

EG250RP

Ø401mm

180mm

Ø184mm

EG300RP

Ø458mm

180mm

Ø242mm

B

A

C

Side View

Plan View

Description

304 Part No

316 Part No

Flow Rate

Weight

Load Class

EG200RPD

05851

15851

N/A

1.7kg

C

EG250RPD

05852

15852

N/A

2.2Kg

C

EG300RPD

05853

15853

N/A

2.75Kg

C

Dimensions

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Description

A

B

C

EG200RPD

Ø358mm

180mm

Ø142mm

EG250RPD

Ø401mm

180mm

Ø184mm

EG300RPD

Ø458mm

180mm

Ø242mm


377mm (maximum assembly height) 352mm (minimum assembly height)

152mm (minimum)

177mm (maximum)

382mm (minimum assembly height)

EG300TH Assembly Detail

407mm (maximum assembly height)

152mm (minimum)

EG300TV Assembly Detail 25mm (minimum engagement)

EG250TV Assembly Detail

177mm (maximum)

432mm (minimum assembly height)

457mm (maximum assembly height)

152mm (minimum)

177mm (maximum)

25mm (minimum engagement)

152mm (minimum)

177mm (maximum)

332mm (minimum assembly height)

357mm (maximum assembly height)

152mm (minimum)

177mm (maximum)

25mm (minimum engagement)

412mm (minimum assembly height)

437mm (maximum assembly height)

25mm (minimum engagement)

EG200TV Assembly Detail

25mm (minimum engagement)

462mm (minimum assembly height)

487mm (maximum assembly height)

177mm (maximum) 152mm (minimum)

25mm (minimum engagement)

Telescopic Eurogullies

ASSEMBLY INVERTS EG200TH Assembly Detail

EG250TH Assembly Detail

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Telescopic Eurogullies ACCESSORIES

Telescopic Gullies Sieve A

Side View Description

Plan View

304 Part No

316 Part No

A

EG200TSI

05838

15838

Ø136mm

Weight 0.15Kg

EG250TSI

05839

15839

Ø178mm

0.35KG

EG300TSI

05840

15840

Ø236mm

0.55Kg

Vertical Silt Basket B

A

Side View

Plan View

Description

304 Part No

316 Part No

A

B

Weight

EG200TVSB

05833

15833

80mm

Ø133mm

0.35Kg

EG250TVSB

05835

15835

100mm

Ø175mm

0.5Kg

EG300TVSB

05837

15837

115mm

Ø235mm

0.8Kg

B

Horizontal Silt Basket

A

Side View

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Plan View

Description

304 Part No

316 Part No

A

B

Weight

EG200THSB

05832

15832

190mm

Ø133mm

0.45Kg

EG250THSB

05834

15834

215mm

Ø175mm

0.9Kg

EG300THSB

05836

15836

245mm

Ø234mm

1.6Kg


Telescopic Eurogullies ACCESSORIES

‘O’ - Ring

Description

Part No

Size

Weight

Load Class

EG200R

05844

N/A

0.1Kg

N/A

EG250R

05845

N/A

0.1Kg

N/A

EG300R

05846

N/A

0.1Kg

N/A

Drainage Ring

Side View Description

Plan View

Part No

Size

Weight

Load Class

EG200DR

05841

N/A

0.1Kg

N/A

EG250DR

05842

N/A

0.1Kg

N/A

EG300DR

05843

N/A

0.15Kg

N/A

Kit for vinyl floor applications See page 48 for more detail

Side View

Description

Part No

Size

Weight

Load Class

EG200VNL

49448

N/A

1.0Kg

N/A

EG250VNL

49447

N/A

1.0Kg

N/A

EG300VNL

49453

N/A

1.0Kg

N/A

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Gratings FOR EUROGULLY FIXED HEIGHT AND TELESCOPIC RANGES

Anti Slip Mesh Class C

23mm

B

A

C

23mm

Side View Description

3mm

Plan View

304 Part No

316 Part No

A

B

C

Weight

Load Class

EG200AS

05912

15912

40mm

168mm

168mm

1.4Kg

C

EG250AS

05919

15919

40mm

218mm

218mm

2.0Kg

C

EG300AS

05923

15923

40mm

268mm

268mm

2.9Kg

C

EG400AS

05926

15926

40mm

368mm

368mm

5.2Kg

C

Plain Mesh Class C

23mm

B

A

C

23mm

Side View Description

3mm

Plan View

304 Part No

316 Part No

A

B

C

Weight

Load Class

EG200PL

05915

15915

40mm

168mm

168mm

1.4Kg

C

EG250PL

05921

15921

40mm

218mm

218mm

2.0Kg

C

EG300PL

05925

15925

40mm

368mm

368mm

2.9Kg

C

EG400PL

05927

15927

40mm

269mm

268mm

5.2Kg

C

Perforated Class A

7mm

B

A

C

Side View Description

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Plan View

304 Part No

316 Part No

A

B

C

Weight

Load Class

EG200PER

42111

42501

40mm

168mm

168mm

1.4Kg

A

EG250PER

42115

42505

40mm

218mm

218mm

1.6Kg

A

EG300PER

42119

42509

40mm

268mm

268mm

2.2Kg

A


Gratings FOR EUROGULLY FIXED HEIGHT AND TELESCOPIC RANGES

Solid Class A

B

A

C

Side View

Plan View

Description

304 Part No

316 Part No

A

B

C

Weight

Load Class

EG200SOL

42112

42502

40mm

168mm

168mm

1.4Kg

A

EG250SOL

42116

42506

40mm

218mm

218mm

1.7Kg

A

EG300SOL

42120

42510

40mm

268mm

268mm

2.3Kg

A

Ladder Class C

5mm

B

A

20mm

C

Side View

Plan View

Description

304 Part No

316 Part No

A

B

C

Weight

Load Class

EG200LAD

401691

401695

40mm

168mm

168mm

2.2Kg

C

EG250LAD

401692

401696

40mm

218mm

218mm

4.0Kg

C

EG300LAD

401693

401697

40mm

268mm

268mm

6.0Kg

C

EG400LAD

401694

401698

40mm

368mm

368mm

13.0Kg

C

Weir Class C

B

10mm

A

C

Side View Description

Plan View

304 Part No

316 Part No

A

B

C

Weight

Load Class

EG200WR

42114

42504

40mm

168mm

148mm

1.5Kg

C

EG250WR

42118

40854

40mm

218mm

198mm

4.3Kg

C

EG300WR

42122

42512

40mm

268mm

248mm

6.5Kg

C

EG400WR

05943

15943

40mm

368mm

348mm

11.0Kg

C

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Gratings FOR EUROGULLY FIXED HEIGHT AND TELESCOPIC RANGES

Heelsafe Class A

C 7mm

X

B

Side View Description

5mm

7mm

A

X

Section X-X

Plan View

304 Part No

316 Part No

A

B

C

Weight

Load Class

EG200HEL

96883

N/A

40mm

168mm

168mm

1.5Kg

A

EG250HEL

96884

N/A

40mm

218mm

218mm

2.2Kg

A

EG300HEL

96831

N/A

40mm

268mm

268mm

3.0Kg

A

Round Perforated Class A mm

A

Ø5

B

Side View

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Plan View

Description

304 Part No

316 Part No

A

B

Weight

Load Class

EG200RPER

401490

401491

40mm

Ø188mm

1.6Kg

A

EG250RPER

401492

401493

40mm

Ø232mm

2.5Kg

A

EG300RPER

401494

401495

40mm

Ø288mm

4.0Kg

A


Gratings

Round Ladder Class C

5mm

FOR EUROGULLY FIXED HEIGHT AND TELESCOPIC RANGES

5mm

A

B

15mm

Side View

Plan View

Description

304 Part No

316 Part No

A

B

Weight

Load Class

EG200RLAD

97147

97368

40mm

Ø170mm

2.2Kg

C

EG250RLAD

97149

97389

40mm

Ø232mm

4.0Kg

C

EG300RLAD

97151

97508

40mm

Ø288mm

6.0Kg

C

A

10mm

Annular Class C

B

C

Side View

Plan View

Description

304 Part No

316 Part No

A

B

C

Weight

Load Class

EG200ANL

97155

97371

40mm

Ø188mm

168mm

1.5Kg

C

EG250ANL

97157

97392

40mm

Ø232mm

212mm

4.0Kg

C

EG300ANL

97159

92511

40mm

Ø288mm

268mm

6.0Kg

C

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Installation

Micro Floor Gullies/EG150 Eurogully

Sheet Flooring

Sealant

(Sheet floor not suited to MG range)

Floor Finish

Locate the drain in the correct position in the floor and connect to the drainage pipework system. Backfill around the drain and dress floor finish up to the drain edge. Remove any protective tape/film from the unit.

Resin or Cement Grout

A mastic sealant of bead width 5 - 8mm is recommended around the outside of the drain top edge and floor finish where a good watertight seal is required between the two materials.

Pipework System

Ensure the sealant is applied in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.

Fixed Height Eurogully Locate the gully in the correct position in the floor and connect to the drainage pipework system. The levelling feet fitted to the gully should be used to adjust the height of the unit. An M8 stud/nut arrangement is provided to enable electrical earth connections to be made if the installation requires this facility. For vinyl sheet flooring applications, firstly remove the PVC infill from the underside of the gully top by applying a gentle heat (approx. 70°C) to the top edge detail to break the adhesive bond allowing the infill to be released.

Earth Stud

Sealant PVC Infill

Levellin Foot Resin or Cement Grout

Basket

Fit the ACO Building Drainage Vinyl SealÂŽ rigid PVC co-extrusion to the gully top in accordance with the procedure detailed on page 48. Backfill around the gully and dress floor finish up to the gully edge. Remove any protective tape/film from the unit. A mastic sealant of bead width 5-8mm is recommended around the outside of the gully top edge and floor finish where a good watertight seal is required between the two materials. Ensure the sealant is applied in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.

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Floor Finish

Pipework System


Installation

Telescopic Eurogullies

Earth Studs

PVC Infill Sealant Floor Finish

Connect the gully body spigot outlet to the drainage pipework.

Position the gully top over the gully body and fit either the sealing ring when no membrane is present or the drainage ring when a membrane is used. Adjust the gully top for height and orientation using the levelling feet provided. An M8 stud/nut arrangement is provided on the gully body and top to enable electrical earth connections to be made if the installation requires this facility. For vinyl sheet flooring applications, first remove the PVC infill from the underside of the gully top by applying a gentle heat (approx. 70°C) to the top edge detail to break the adhesive bond allowing the infill to be released. Fit the ACO Building Drainage Vinyl SealŽ rigid PVC co-extrusion to the gully top in accordance with the procedure detailed on page 48.

Min 45mm Max 150mm

Flange

Sealing Ring Pipework System

If used in conjunction with a membrane, bond or clamp the sub-surface membrane to the flange plate of the gully body and cut out the membrane within the inner diameter of the flange plate. To prevent debris from falling into the gully, only remove the temporary gully body covers when ready to fit either the gully top or channel system.

Gully Top

Resin or Cement Grout

Spigot Outlet

Basket

Body

Channel Basket

Resin or Cement Grout

Flange

Raising Piece

Sealing Ring

Draning Ring Clamping Flange

DPC Membrane

Back fill around the gully top and dress floor finish to edge. Remove any protective tape and install sieve/silt basket as required.

Resin or Cement Grout

A mastic sealant of bead width 5-8mm is recommended around the outside of the gully top edge and floor finish where a good watertight seal is required between two materials. Ensure the sealant is applied in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.

Body

Pipework System

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Installation ACO VINYL SEAL®

Sealing vinyl sheet flooring to drainage channels and gullies Vinyl sheet is a common flooring finish in many of the areas where stainless steel drainage channels and gullies are required. Previously the standard method of jointing the two was by a mechanical clamping system.

Cut the ACO Building Drainage Vinyl Seal® rigid PVC co-extrusion to the required lengths to fit exactly round all edges of the assembled channel – do not forget to allow for the mitred ends. Cut and notch the extrusion to form internal and external mitres as required.

Although functional, this mechanical clamping mechanism can be cumbersome to fit and increase the potential areas for bacterial growth. In order to overcome the frequently encountered problems of achieving watertight and bacteria free seals, ACO have developed the ACO Building Drainage Vinyl Seal a unique solution that will enable quick, easy and economical installation. ACO Building Drainage Vinyl Seal® provides a completely watertight and bacteria free seal. It can be also easily removed and re-sealed when the vinyl is replaced or refurbished without the need to disturb the channel or supporting detail in any way.

Press the rigid extrusion into the recess at the edge of the channel ensuring it is pushed fully home. Peel back the fabric tape protecting the channel edge in preparation for fitting the flexible PVC seal.

This method of sealing requires no additional tools or skills than those required for the professional fitting of vinyl sheet flooring, making the installation quick, easy and economical. The seal is significantly more cost effective than the traditional mechanical type and is designed to fit ACO Building Drainage stainless steel drainage channels.

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Press the flexible PVC seal into position between the stainless steel channel and rigid PVC extrusion making sure that the concave section of the seal faces TOWARDS the channel edge and that the groove in the flexible seal engages with the notch on the rigid extrusion (it may help to lubricate the flexible seal when inserting using a soapy solution). For an even finish roll the flexible seal in to position using a small decorators roller.


Installation ACO VINYL SEAL速

Ensure the assembled ridged and flexible Vinyl Seal速 sits square and horizontal in the channel

Grout any voids at connecting rigid PVC joins at mitred corners, straight joints or fixings to ensure a continuous supported floor finish. Prior to laying the vinyl sheet flooring, peel the protective film from the rigid extrusion (a knife may be required to cut the film adjacent to the flexible seal) and ensure all surfaces are clean and dry.

detail Install the channel into the ground ensuring that the flooring screed is flush to the top edge of the rigid PVC extrusion. Protect the channel and seal assembly from splashes of concrete/screed.

When preparing the vinyl sheet material and floor surface, apply a compatible adhesive also to the top surface of the rigid PVC extrusion for example, Altrofix 19 two-part water resistant eurethane adhesive taking care not to apply adhesive to the flexible seal. This is to ensure the vinyl sheet floor is reliably anchored over its full area. Cut/lay the sheet flooring against the flexible seal edge and prepare the welded joint between the flexible seal and vinyl sheet flooring as normal by scoring the sheet/seal joint to approximately half the depth of the sheet flooring thickness.

Depending upon the installation, additional suitable fixings may be required to secure the rigid extrusion to the floor substrate. If this should be required, separately drill and countersink the rigid extrusion making sure that all fixings are finished flush with the top of the extrusion.

Either in-colour or black welding filler rod may be used to weld the joint. Remove surplus weld material from the joint using a spatula when the welded joint has cooled.

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Installation CARE AND MAINTENANCE

Although robust, all grades of stainless steel will stain and discolour due to surface deposits and, as such, can never be accepted as completely maintenance free. In order to achieve maximum corrosion resistance, the surface of the stainless steel must be kept clean. Provided the grade of stainless steel and the surface finish are correctly selected, and cleaning schedules carried out on a regular basis, excellent performance and long service life are assured.

Maintenance Programme

Factors Affecting Maintenance

With care taken during fabrication and installation, cleaning before handing over to the client should present no special problems, although more attention may be required if the installation period has been prolonged.

Surface contamination and the formation of deposits must be prevented in order to maintain a durable and hygienic surface.

Where surface contamination is suspected, immediate attention to cleaning after site fixing will encourage a trouble free product.

These deposits may be minute particles of iron or rust from other sources used on the building of new premises and not removed until after the stainless steel drainage products have been installed. Wire brushes and wire wool must not be used to remove marks and cement spillages as this will only serve to introduce iron impurities to the material surface. Care must also be taken when storing, erecting or cutting carbon steel near to stainless steel.

Food and beverage handling, pharmaceutical and chemical industry applications require extremely high levels of cleanliness applicable to each industry.

Industrial and even naturally occurring atmospheric conditions can produce deposits which can be equally corrosive, e.g. salt deposits from marine conditions. The working environment can offer more aggressive conditions, for example the high humidity found in swimming pools increases the speed of discolouration and therefore requires maintenance on a more frequent basis. Modern processes use many cleaners, sterilisers and bleaches for hygienic purposes. All these proprietary solutions, when used in accordance with makers instructions are safe, but if used incorrectly (e.g.warm or concentrated) can cause discolouration and corrosion on the surface of any quality of stainless steel.

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Strong acid solutions are sometimes used to clean masonry and tiling of buildings but they should never be permitted to come into contact with metals, including stainless steel. If this should happen the acid solution must be removed immediately by copious applications of water.

Advice is often sought concerning the frequency of cleaning stainless steel and the answer is quite simple: clean the metal when it is dirty in order to restore its original appearance. This may vary from once to four times a year for external applications or it may be once a day for an item in hygienic or aggressive situations. Frequency and cost of cleaning is lower with stainless steel than with many other materials, and will often outweigh the initial higher cost of this superior product.


Installation CARE AND MAINTENANCE

Cleaning Methods

Conclusion

Stainless steel is easy to clean. Washing with soap or a mild detergent and warm water followed by a clear water rinse is usually quite adequate for many industrial applications. An enhanced aesthetic appearance will be achieved if the cleaned surface is finally wiped dry.

If all the suggestions and actions in the table below have been attempted, stainless steel has the facility to be mechanically cleaned by specialists on site. Please contact ACO Building Drainage for further assistance.

Precautions Acids should only be used for on-site cleaning when all other methods have been proved unsatisfactory. Rubber gloves should be used and care taken to see that acid cleaners are not spilt over adjacent areas. Special precautions are necessary with oxalic acid. Solvents should not be used in closed places without adequate ventilation. Smoking must be avoided when using solvent. Manufacturer’s directions should be followed. Problem Routine cleaning, all finishes.

Fingerprints, all finishes.

Stubborn stains and discolouration.

Oil and grease marks, all finishes.

Rust and other corrosion products.

Cleaning Agent

Comment

Soap or mild detergent and water

Sponge, rinse with clean water, wipe

(such as washing up liquid).

dry if necessary.

Soap or warm water or organic

Rinse with clean water, wipe dry

solvent (e.g.acetone, alcohol).

if necessary.

Mild cleaning solutions (e.g. Jif,

Rinse well with clean water and

Goddard Stainless Steel Care).

wipe dry.

Organic solvents (e.g. acetone,

Clean after with soap and water, rinse

alcohol, trichloroethylene).

with clean water and dry.

Oxalic acid. The cleaning solution

Rinse well with clean water

should be applied with a swab

(precautions for acid cleaners should

and allowed to stand for 15–20

be observed).

minutes before being washed away with water. May continue using Jif to give final clean. Scratches on Brush (Satin) finish.

Household synthetic fibre scouring

Do not use ordinary steel wool (iron

pads (e.g. Scotch Brite fibre pad).

particles can become embedded in

For deeper scratches; apply in direction of polishing. Then clean

stainless steel and cause further surface problems).

with soap or detergent as per routine cleaning.

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Stainless Steel FAMILIES

Stainless steel is the name given to a wide range of steels which have the characteristics of greatly enhanced corrosion resistance over conventional mild and low alloy steels. The enhanced corrosion resistance of stainless steel essentially comes from the addition of at least 11% chromium, however most stainless steels commonly used contain around 18% chromium. Other significant alloying elements include nickel and for superior corrosion resistant properties, molybdenum. For ACO Building Drainage applications, the principal properties of stainless steel may be summarised as follows:



Durable and corrosion resistant in highly aggressive environments.



Hygienic, easily cleaned surfaces.



Aesthetically attractive surface finish.



Good forming and fabrication characteristics.



Excellent strength and resistance to oxidisation at high temperatures.

All of which make stainless steel an obvious first choice material for demanding applications.

Stainless Steel Families Stainless steel is used across a wide spectrum of engineering applications and this has led to the development of the vast range of different types of stainless steels that are now available. There are four main grades of stainless steel: Austenitic Stainless Steels This group of stainless steels is the most widely used and encompasses the generic 304 and 316 grades of material. These materials are used in the ACO Building Drainage manufacturing process and are ideal for applications including food processing, dairy, brewing, pharmaceutical, chemical and petrochemical industries. 304 grade stainless steels contain around 18% chromium and 10% nickel and provides excellent corrosion resistance. For applications where superior corrosion resistance properties are required under extreme conditions particularly where chlorides are involved, 316 grade stainless steels are used and contain around 17% chromium, 12% nickel and 2.2% molybdenum. Unlike all other grades of stainless steels, austenitic grades are non-magnetic and as a consequence magnetic particles are not attracted to the system surfaces which otherwise would encourage both contamination and corrosion. Ferritic Stainless Steels Ferritic stainless steels have inferior corrosion resistance properties compared to austenitic 304 and 316 grades and are used in less demanding applications such as domestic appliance and motor car trim.This grade of stainless steel is slightly more brittle when compared to austenitic grades. Ferritic steels contain between 11.5% and 16.5% chromium and less than 0.5% nickel. This group of steels are magnetic and will attract particulates which can cause contamination problems. Ferritic steels are not suitable for drainage products.

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Stainless Steel FAMILIES AND CORROSION RESISTANCE

Martensitic Stainless Steels Martensitic steels are magnetic and have the highest strength of the groups of stainless steels, however they also have the poorest corrosion resistance. They can be hardened by heat treatment and generally find their main application in cutlery manufacture. Martensitic steels contain around 12.5% chromium and contain a relatively high carbon content of 0.3% (austenitic and ferritic steels contain around 0.02% and 0.04% carbon respectively). Martensitic steels’ poor corrosion resistance make them unsuitable for drainage applications. Duplex Stainless Steels Duplex stainless steels have an effective austenitic/ferritic structure and are characterised by good corrosion resistance, high strength and in particular, good resistance to stress corrosion cracking. Duplex steels contain around 22% chromium, 5.5% nickel, 3% molybdenum and 0.02% carbon. This group of steels are magnetic and will attract particulates which can cause contamination problems and therefore are unsuitable for drainage applications.

Stainless Steel Corrosion Resistance The single most important property of stainless steels and the reason for their existence and widespread use, is their natural corrosion resistance. In spite of their name, stainless steels can both ‘stain’ and corrode if used incorrectly. The reason for the good corrosion properties is due to the formation of a very thin, invisible oxide film that forms on the surface of the material in oxidising environments such as the atmosphere and water.

This film is a chromium-rich oxide which protects the steel from attack in aggressive environments. As chromium is added to a steel, a rapid reduction in the corrosion rate is observed because of this protective film. In order to obtain a compact and continuous passive film, a chromium content of at least 11% is required. Passivity increases fairly rapidly with increasing chromium content up to about 17% chromium. The most important alloying element is therefore chromium, but a number of other elements including nickel, molybdenum and nitrogen also contribute to the corrosion resistance properties of stainless steels. Other alloying elements may also be added to enhance the corrosion resistance in particular environments. Stainless steels must oxidise in order to form the passive, chromium-rich oxide film. Stainless steels have a very strong tendency to passivate and only a small amount of oxidising agents are needed for passivation - air and water are sufficient to passivate stainless steels and indeed, this oxide film is spontaneously regenerated when exposed to oxygen. An important factor to note is that the passive film is self-healing, so when the material is cut or machined or, should chemical or mechanical damage occur, the passive film will ‘heal’ or repassivate in oxidising environments - unlike a painted finish on mild steel. Selection of the correct grade of material for each application is an important factor in the design process. It is important to note that even 316 grades of stainless steel are not immune to all kinds of chemical attack; use with reducing solutions, such as hydrochloric and oxalic acids particularly when in concentrated and/or hot form, requires careful consideration. See material resistance chart on pages 8 and 9.

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Stainless Steel FINISHING PROCESSES

Stainless Steel Finishing Processes A stainless steel finish should appear clean, smooth and faultless. This is obvious when the steel is used for such purposes demanding stringent hygiene or decorative trim applications, but a fine surface finish is also crucial in respect to its corrosion resistant properties. The corrosion resistance properties of stainless steel are achieved by the spontaneous formation of a very thin chromium-rich oxide layer over the surface of the material. Unfortunately, surface defects and imperfections introduced during the manufacturing process may drastically disturb the self healing process of the passive layer and subsequently reduce the corrosion resistance of the material. In the manufacturing process it is the welding that creates the greatest challenge to corrosion resistance. All ACO Building Drainage products are subjected to specialised treatment to ensure the material retains the maximum resistance to corrosion. Pickle Passivation Plant

Untreated Stainless Steel The blue oxide film has substantially reduced corrosion resistance.

After welding stainless steel, a bluish high temperature oxide film can be seen which has substantially inferior corrosion protection properties compared to the original passive layer. Immediately beneath this blue oxide film is a thin layer of chromium depleted metal which makes the metal surface susceptible to corrosion. Post weld treatment is, therefore, very important to restore the corrosion protection properties and is effectively achieved by removing the blue high temperature oxide film and chromium depleted layer to restore the surface of the material. This ‘cleaning’ is essentially a controlled corrosion process using chemicals, this will restore not only its original corrosion resistance performance but also the high quality aesthetics. The chemical processing methods used in the ACO Building Drainage process are summarised as follows:

ACO resources include the largest pickle passivation plant in Europe

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Stainless Steel FINISHING PROCESSES

Pickle Passivation

Electropolishing

The standard ACO Building Drainage manufacturing process uses the pickle passivation chemical finishing process to restore the products to their full optimum corrosion resistant state without damaging the surface finish. This is considered the best method for cleaning welded joints.

Electropolishing is ideal for producing a uniform, highly reflective lustre with an extremely smooth finish even on the most complex product contours. This is a well proven method of polishing and is achieved by an electro-chemical process which is essentially the reverse of electroplating.

Pickle passivation is a two-phase process.

Electropolishing. Pickle Passivation Process.

Electropolishing further enhances surface smoothness and provides a brighter surface appearance.

Pickle Passivation restores corrosion resistance properties fully.

Pickling removes both the bluish high temperature oxide film and the chromium depleted layer and is achieved by placing the components in a pickling bath containing a mixture of nitric acid and hydrofluoric acid. The second phase is passivation and in many ways is similar to the pickling process. For this process the components are placed in a bath containing nitric acid only. This treatment strengthens the passive layer and also removes any iron impurities that may have become embedded in the surface of the stainless steel during the manufacturing process. This treatment is important where mechanical cleaning of the components has taken place with the use of wire brushes, grinding wheels and files where iron particles from other materials may contaminate the stainless steel surface.

The components are immersed in a bath of electrolyte containing phosphoric acid where the components become the anode of a direct current electrical circuit. The process is characterised by the selective attack on the surface of the components whereby upstanding roughnesses are preferentially dissolved and will yield a progressively smoother, brighter surface. For pharmaceutical and food processing industries, bacterial resistance is considerably improved by the electropolishing process. Certain gratings within the ACO Building Drainage range are electropolished as standard. All stainless steel products can be electropolished if required to special order.

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Stainless Steel MATERIAL RESISTANCE CHART

The resistance information contained within this table is indicative only. All data is based on reactions noted at an ambient temperature of 20째C. Higher temperatures will generally reduce the corrosion resistance of the materials. Please contact ACO Building Drainage if guarantees are required of specific material suitability. Reagent

 Recommended

?

Suitable. However, contact ACO Building Drainage for further advice.

d Not recommended

~

No data available

Stainless Steel 304

Stainless Steel 316

EPDM

Acetic Acid 20%









Carbon Tetrachloride

Acetic Acid 80%







d

Caustic Potash

Acetone









Caustic Soda

Alcohol (Methyl or Ethyl) 







Chloride (Dry)

Aluminium Chloride

?

?





Chloride (Wet)

Aluminium Sulphate









Ammonia Gas (Dry)





~



Ammonium Chloride

?

?





Ammonium Hydroxide 







Reagent

Stainless Steel 304

Stainless Steel 316

EPDM

Neoprene Gasket

?

?

d

d







~









? d d



Chloraocetic Acid

? d d

Chlorobenzene





Chloroform Chrome Acid 50%

? d

? d

d ? d d ? d

d d d d d d d 









Chromic Acid 10%





Ammonium Phosphate 







Citric Acid

?







Copper Chloride





Ammonium Sulphide





~

Copper Cyanide









Amyl Chloride





Copper Nitrate





~



Aniline





d ?

~ ~

d d



Ammonium Sulphate

? d

d

Copper Sulphate









Barium Chloride









Cottonseed Oil



~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~

d d ?



Cresol



d d

Ammonium Nitrate

Barium Sulphate









Cyclohexanone

Barium Sulphide

~

~





Cyclorexanol

Beer









Dimethyleanine

Beet Sugar Liquors









Dionylphalate

Benzene





d d

d

Disodium Phosphate

~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~



Distilled Water











d

Ethyl Acetate









? d



Ethylene Chloride

d

Ethylene Glycol









Fatty acids (Cb)





d



Ferric Sulphate









Fluorene Gas (wet)

d

d



d

Formaldehyde (37%)









d











Barium Hydroxide 10%

~

~



Benzoic Acid





Bleach -12.5%Active C1

~

~

Boric Acid









Bromic Acid

? d

~ ~

~

Bromine Water

? d

d

Butane





d



Calcium Carbonate









Calcium Chloride

?











Calcium Hypochlorite

d ? d

?

?



Calcium Sulphate







Cane Sugar Liquors

~ ~

~ ~

~













d

d

Carbon Dioxide









Carbon Monoxide









Calcium Hydroxide

Carbon Acid Carbon Bisulphide

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Neoprene Gasket

We shall arrange for tests to be undertaken with the reagent to establish the chemical resistance of the materials. Other gasket and sealing ring materials are available. Please contact us for further information.

Formic Acid (90%)

d ? ?



~  

Freon 12

~

~

Fruit Juices &Pulp

?



~



Furfural

~

~

d



Gasoline (Refined)







~

~

d

Glucose





Glycerine










Stainless Steel MATERIAL RESISTANCE CHART

Reagent

Stainless Steel 304

Stainless Steel 316

EPDM

Neoprene Gasket

Reagent

Stainless Steel 304

Stainless Steel 316

EPDM

Neoprene Gasket

d d



d

Sea Water Sewerage

? ?





d ?



Hydrochloric Acid (40%) d











Silver Nitrate









d d d

Silver Sulphate









Sodium Bicarbonate









Sodium Bisulphite









d

Sodium Carbonate









Sodium Cyanide

~ ~





Sodium Ferrocyanide

~ ~













Hydrobromic Acid (20%)d

d

?

d ? d d d ?

Kerosene





d



Lactic Acid 25%









Sodium Hydroxide

Hydrocyanic Acid

Hydrogen Peroxide (90%) 



~ ~

~ ~

Hydroquinone Hypochlorous Acid Iodine

Linseed Oil





Sodium Hypochlorite

?



~

?



~

d ?



Liqueurs

d

Sodium Sulphate









Magnesium Chloride

?

?





Sodium Sulphide









? ?



Sodium Sulphite







d d



Sodium Thiosulphate









d

Stannous Chloride

?

?



Stearic Acid









Sulphite Liquor

~

~



Sulphurous Acid

?

d ? ? ?







Sulphur



~





d







d d d

? ? ?



d

Magnesium Sulphate





Methyl Chloride

? ?

? ?

Methyl Ethyl Ketone

~

~

Milk





Minerals Oils

~

~

Muriatic Acid Nickel Chloride

d ?

d ?





Nickel Sulphate









Oils and Fats





?



Sulphuric Acid 70%

Oleic Acid









Oleum

~

~





Sulphuric Acid 93%

? ? ? ? d d d

Oxalic Acid

?

?





Tannic Acid









~













Palmitic Acid 10%

~

Tanning Liquors Tarianc Acid

Perchloric Acid 10%

d d

Toluene

d

~ ~

Trichloroethylene











Petroleum Oils (Sour)











Trisodium Phosphate

Phosphorous Trichloride 







d

~ ~

d d

Triethanolamine

~ ~

? d d

Phenol 5%

? ? d ?



Perchloric Acid 70%

d d

~ ~

Turpentine





d

d d

Urea









Urine









Maleic Acid

d ?

Sulphur Dioxide (Dry) Sulphur Dioxide (Wet) Sulphuric Acid 50%

 

d 





Photographic Solutions

?







Picric Acid









Plating Solutions

~

~



d

Potassium Carbonate









Vinegar









Potassium Chloride









Water (Fresh)









Potassium Cyanide









Water (Mine)









Potassium Dichromate









Water (Salt)









Potassium Hydroxide









Whisky









Potassium Permanganate 







Wines









Potassium Sulphate









Propane Gas

~ ~

~ ~

~



Xylene

~

~

d

d





d











Propyl Alcohol

Zinc Chloride Zinc Sulphate

d ?

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ACO Technologies plc ACO Business Park, Hitchin Road, Shefford, Bedfordshire SG17 5TE Tel: 01462 816666 Fax: 01462 851490 e-mail: buildingdrainage@aco.co.uk website: www.acobuildingdrainage.co.uk

Š November 2007 ACO Technologies plc. All reasonable care has been taken in compiling the information in this document. All recommendations and suggestions on the use of ACO products are made without guarantee since the conditions of use are beyond the control of the Company. It is the customer's responsibility to ensure that each product is fit for its intended purpose, and that the actual conditions of use are suitable. This brochure and any advice is provided by ACO Technologies plc (the Company) free of charge and accordingly on terms that no liability including liability for negligence will attach to the Company or its servants or agents arising out of or in connection with or in relation to this brochure or any such advice. Any goods supplied by the Company will be supplied solely upon its standard conditions of sale, copies of which are available on request. The Company's policy of continuous product development and improvement renders specifications liable to modification. Information provided in this brochure is therefore subject to change without prior notification.

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