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  Log Cabin EXTRAS Shed and Log Cabin Roofing Flat Roof Drainage Outlet

Flat Roof Drainage Outlet

Flat Roof Drainage Outlet
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Cat No 43.5110
Delivery Time: 14 Working Days
European Number: 8715815026849
£34.73 Including VAT
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Drainage Duct

Two types of drainage outlet suitable for use with flat roof or pent log cabins. These are particularly useful for when using EPDM or Esy Roof membrane. Used to create a hidden outlet from a dished roof.


  • Easy exit and connection to a drainage system.
  • Glued to EPDM or Easy Roof Membrane.
  • Made from EPDM rubber and plastic

43.5110 Roof Duct - Round

  • Can be placed anywhere on the roof to collect water, the pipe runs straight down.

43.5111 Gromet Duct

  • Slightly Slanting
  • Best suited for our larch buildings or where a roof fascia has been raised for aesthetics. 
  • Protrudes from the fascia to the rear of the building.

Please Note: Both outlets are glued using bitumen or EPDM glue.

Approximate Delivery Time: 14 Working Days
Average customer rating:
(2 Reviews)  

2 Most recent customer reviews (see all reviews):
Mr. Steve Leaver
Sep 14, 2017
Having ordered the EPDM roofing material, it seemed one of these would be useful - it certainly is, and easy to fit too. It's already doing a great job in the rain we've been having.
Dave Woodhouse
Jun 8, 2017
Purchased this for a Barbara Gazebo. Whilst the product was fine and undamaged, application to a gazebo with a dished roof and only 100mm overhang is very tricky. I had to cut away a fair bit of the dishing to make space for the outlet.
It hasnt leaked at the moment but I have to say that I dont trust the seals.
Personally, I think you would be better off leaving an overhang at the back and installing guttering.

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