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Industrial stainless steel linear drainage systems

Australian madeACO Stainless is a range of versatile stainless steel linear drainage systems.

Range includes:

ACO Stainless - features & benefits

Stainless Drainage Range
1Connections available in either fysh plate, or secure flange and gasket.
2Range of grates to suit various application and load class requirements.
3SlotChannel has a continuous 20mm slot width.
4Available in grade 304 or grade 316 stainless steel.
5Outlets can be supplied with fixed and removable strainers for trade waste applications.
6Customised manufactured products for project suitability.
7Range of edge options available for various floor types, including vinyl sheet.

Stainless steel linear drainage systems

Systems 100, 200 & 300

systems 100 200 300 diagramSystems available in 100mm, 200mm and 300mm nominal widths, in sloping or constant depth runs

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SlotChannel

slotchannelSlotChannel is a general purpose stainless steel slot drainage system. The continuous slot allows for easy pressure cleaning.

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