Choose OSMA StormLine when you require a higher capacity domestic system with a classic ogee shape or when you want clean attractive lines around the roof perimeter or conservatory. Available in Black and White colour options.
The high front edge of the gutter ensures the safe capture of high volumes of roof run-off under storm conditions. Even under extreme conditions, with unusually high run-off rates, the StormLine edge profile and internal ribs will quickly bring rainwater under control and guide it efficiently to the outlet.
1. High front edge to catch and control run off rainwater.
2. Hydrodynamic outlet to handle more rainwater.
Choice of downpipe
You can choose either OSMA 61mm (SquareLine) or 68mm (RoundLine) circular downpipe systems to use with the StormLine gutter to achieve the ogee look you require. No adaptors are needed. Concealed socket on fittings hides downpipe cut ends.
3. Concealed sockets to hide cut ends; which can directly connect to round and square downpipe.
4. Wide, retained seals allow for thermal expansion.
5. Side fixing wings incorporating unique retainers for the first-fix screws, and allowing rise-and-fall adjustment to ensure perfect line and position. Back fixing holes, angled for easy screwdriver accessibility, provide a useful alternative fixing option.
6. Hidden hanging brackets option for an aesthetically pleasing clean line of guttering.
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