Dimond Box 175 Gutter Profile
All dimensions given are nominal
Effective cross sectional area (with 15mm free board)
Minimum recommended fall
1:500 (2mm in 1m)
Minimum downpipe - Circular
Minimum downpipe - Rectangular
min. cross sectional area of 10,600mm²
Catchment area per downpipe based on the above flow capacity is given in the following table.
|Rainfall Intensity (mm/hr)||40||50||60||70||80||90||100||120||140||160||180||200|
|Catchment Area per downpipe (m²)||545||435||360||310||270||240||220||180||155||135||120||110|
Material options including thickness and grade
0.90mm H34 offered in folded shape only
Hamilton (all Dimond branches can fold gutter shapes1)
1 internal brackets are not recommended with folded gutter without a 4mm diameter aluminium rivet fixing through the gutter and bracket, it is better to use external brackets.
|External||Hot dipped galvanised||5mm x 30mm|
|External||Aluminium||7mm x 30mm|
|External||Stainless steel||5mm x 30mm|
2 Internal brackets are not recommended for use in areas that are subject to snow fall and/or wind above medium velocity (as determined by NZS 3604)
Recommended maximum spacings
Steel 900mm (refer to installation section for snow bracket guide for recommended spacings where snow fall is possible)
Contact Dimond to discuss Aluminium options
Bolt, screw or nail fastenings to be compatible with substrate and bracket material
Scope of Use
Dimond Rainwater Disposal Systems are intended to collect and channel water that runs off a roof. It is intended that the metal gutters be placed at the perimeter of the building, and not in an internal situation.
Use of the products is subject to the limitations listed below.
Attention to the following details is required to ensure the expected system performance is achieved.
- The selection of the type and grade of gutter and bracket material and fasteners must be based on the life expectancy required and the severity of the external and internal environments. Refer Sections 188.8.131.52, 184.108.40.206, 220.127.116.11, 2.2.3 of Roofing & Cladding Technical Manual.
- Site storage that keeps the product dry and protected from damage.
- Product handling that prevents surface damage.
- Correct installation of the brackets and gutter.
- Allowance for thermal expansion and contraction.
- Sufficient fall to permit complete surface water drainage, allowing the gutter to completely dry out and not hold water.
- Control of allowable contact with dissimilar materials. Refer Section 18.104.22.168 of Roofing & Cladding Technical Manual.
- Awareness and implementation of maintenance requirements, particularly for surfaces not washed by natural rainfall. Refer Section 22.214.171.124 Roofing & Cladding Technical Manual.
Test information available from Pacific Coil Coaters and BHP NZ Steel, and past history of rainwater products, indicate that provided the product use and maintenance is in line with the guidelines contained in the current literature referenced, Dimond Rainwater Disposal Systems can be expected to meet the performance criteria in Clause E2 of the New Zealand Building Code, for a period of not less than 5 years.
Use Outside the Stated Guidelines
If the need arises to use Dimond Rainwater Disposal Systems outside the limitations and procedures given in this or other referenced literature, or, if any doubt exists on product handling or use, written approval for use must be obtained from Dimond, before the project commences.