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Internal gutters and flow capacity - Build 175(2019)

Abbreviation
Internal gutters and flow capacity
Valid from
01/12/2019

Information provider
´╗┐BRANZ Limited
Information type
BUILD article
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Website, PDF

Description

If an internal gutter that provides drainage from a metal roof overflows, the only place the water can go is into the building below. This is not only inconvenient but can cause damage. How can these problems be avoided?

The best way to prevent problems with internal gutters is to avoid them. However, this is not always possible, so where required, internal gutters must be designed and built with care.

Scope

This article includes:

  • Building Code compliance
  • Some alternative methods available
  • Specific requirements of E2/AS1
  • Calculate rainfall intensity
  • Size gutters using roof plane and pitch
  • Size downpipes
  • Downpipes and overflows
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Internal gutters and flow capacity - Build 175(2019)

Description

If an internal gutter that provides drainage from a metal roof overflows, the only place the water can go is into the building below. This is not only inconvenient but can cause damage. How can these problems be avoided?

The best way to prevent problems with internal gutters is to avoid them. However, this is not always possible, so where required, internal gutters must be designed and built with care.

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Internal gutters and flow capacity - Build 175(2019)
Description

If an internal gutter that provides drainage from a metal roof overflows, the only place the water can go is into the building below. This is not only inconvenient but can cause damage. How can these problems be avoided?

The best way to prevent problems with internal gutters is to avoid them. However, this is not always possible, so where required, internal gutters must be designed and built with care.

View on Information Provider website Download this resource (PDF, 2.7MB)
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Internal gutters and flow capacity - Build 175(2019)

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