|254mm x 200m Layflat Polythene Tube with 25 Cable Ties||£70.78 (£58.98 Ex. VAT)|
Protect new builds during construction works from rainwater staining with Protec's temporary downpipe sleeve.
Protec's temporary down pipe sleeve is a popular material for protecting stone facades, brick elevations and woodwork from being damaged from unsightly rainwater staining and damage during construction and building projects. It is the best way to protect masonry from staining during a construction project until a permanent donwpipe fixture can be installed.
Protec's downpipe is a 200 m long flexible and heavy duty polythene sleeve. When you buy Protec's temporary downpipe sleeve, you get free cable ties to attach the sleeve to the guttering. The cable ties can be easily removed prior to fitting the permanent drain pipe. Protec's temporary rainwater pipes effectively ensure rainwater drains to prrevent damage to the permanent drain pipe.
Protec's temporary downpipe sleeve is also known as elephant trunking and rain water socks. For more information on other names for temporary downpipe, please see our blog article.
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