Ultra Drain Specifications

Product Information and Installation Guides:

UltraDrain100.pdf
UltraDrain60.pdf
UltraDrain40.pdf

Ultra_Drain_Catalog_Installation Guide and Dealer info.pdf


Ultradrain FAQs:

Q: Does Ultra Drain rust?

A: No, due to the alloy grating being anodised to marine grade specifications.



Q: Can we drive a vehicle over Ultra Drain?

A: Yes. With a vehicle up to 700 kg. per inflated tyre at a maximum speed of 25 km/hr providing the Ultra Drain is encased in concrete as per installation guide.



Q: Which size of Ultra Drain should I use?

A: This depends on the surface area and rainfall that needs to be drained from the site.



Q: Is the Ultra Drain's base chemical-resistant?

A: Yes, it is resistant to all standard household chemicals.



Q: What are the temperature limits of the Ultra Drain base?

A: Maximum of 50˚C water temperature.



Q: Is the Ultra Drain's alloy top chemical-resistant?

A: The alloy top will withstand all PH-neutral cleaning products.



Q: Can I/we get customized lengths and at what volume do I/we need to order?

A: Yes. Customized lengths are available on indent up to 3.8 l/m and with a minimum run of 3,000 l/m.



Q: What do I use to join the Ultra Drain parts together?

A: PVC Solvent Cement which is readily available from any DIY outlet or plumbing supplier.



Q: What is the weight of the aluminium?

A: The density of the aluminium is 2.7g/cm3, which corresponds to about 1/3rd of the density of steel.



Q: What is the strength of Aluminium?

A: Aluminium alloys have a tensile strength ranging from 70 to 700 MPa. The alloys used most often in extrusion: 150-300 MPa.



Q: Does the alloy get hot?

A: Aluminium is a good reflector of both visible light and heat radiation.