NEW PRODUCT FLASH: Roll-Formed Downspouts By MBCI | Facility Executive - Creating Intelligent Buildings


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Measuring 4"x5", the roll-formed downspout provides nearly 43% more area than a 3½"x4" downspout.

NEW PRODUCT FLASH: Roll-Formed Downspouts By MBCI

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NEW PRODUCT FLASH: Roll-Formed Downspouts By MBCI

The new roll-formed downspouts from MBCI are designed to offer advantages over traditional press-broken rectangular downspouts. Measuring 4″x5″, the roll-formed downspout provides nearly 43% more area than a 3½”x4″ downspout—while still working with MBCI’s existing gutter profiles. This larger area can help to reduce the number of downspouts required on a building, which generates additional savings in both material and installation labor.

The roll-formed downspouts also facilitate ease of assembly on tall facilities. This is because one end of it is swaged, which mitigates the need to notch one end of the downspout to connect it to the next downspout. This swage feature is advantageous on facilities with eave overhangs where the downspouts must return to the wall requiring the use of at least two elbows. (Click on image to view detail.)

These downspouts are available in 26-gauge in all of MBCI’s standard colors. They are manufactured in lengths of 10′-6″ and 14′-6″ with custom lengths up to 20′-6″. Separate kick-outs and elbows are available.

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