The patented high-performance roof drainage system from CGL offering increased building protection and up to 60% reduction in outlets and downpipes. RainPulse is also the only push-fit solution in the UK.
The RainPulse outlet is specially designed to maximise the efficiency of moving rainwater from the gutter into the downpipe. This is achieved by removing the vortex action created by air entering the downpipe during heavy rainfall. Outlet Features
- High water flow (pulse) of up to 60 litres per second, per outlet
- High water flow (pulse) allows the system to self clean the downpipes
- Works to maximum capacity with a 100mm head of water, helping to reduce the gutter depth/cost
- The outlet comes with a built in leaf/bird guard for added protection
- Outlet has been robustly designed to withstand foot traffic
The outlet’s efficiency has been tested and its capabilities are incorporated into our design software that allows CGL to design the relevant amount of drainage outlets and pipes to suit each project. The drainage outlets have been tested at the University of Sheffield to BS-EN 1253-2;2003 and complies with BS EN 12056-3 2000
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We have all of the necessary training and accreditations to deliver your needs in a safe, compliant and sustainable manner. With over 80 years of manufacturing excellence, we are dedicated to the achieving standards of excellence in every area of our business..
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Is RainPulse just another siphonic rainwater management system?
No. RainPulse is the only high performance single stack rainwater management system available on the market which drains from the gutter outlet directly into the ground drainage. No high level (horizontal) pipes are used.
Whats the difference between a syphonic rainwater management system and a RainPulse rainwater management system?
Performance – RainPulse rainwater outlets discharge independently of each other which means if there was a blockage the remaining rainwater outlets will pulse more regularly draining the requirements. Protection – Robust built-in leaf guard. The system is self-cleaning. Outlets are not dependant on a high-level horizontal pipe transferring all the water from the roof to the ground drainage. Cost – Push-fit pipes do away with the need for a specialist contractor.
What's the difference between a Rainpulse rainwater management system and a gravity fed drainage system?
Performance – At least 50% of fewer outlets are required when compared to a gravity-fed drainage system. Protection – Robust built-in leaf guard & the system is self-cleaning. Smaller pipes – maximum pipe diameter is 110mm.
What makes the RainPulse rainwater management system outperform a gravity drainage system by at least 50%?
Gravity-fed drainage systems are restricted by the natural vortex of water that takes place and the limiting factor of the downpipe. The British Standard EN 12056 states because the vortex of water creates air, the pipe is limited to a filling capacity of 1/3 water, 2/3 air. The RainPulse rainwater outlet has been designed with an anti-vortex plate that restricts air from getting into the pipe when working at maximum capacity, allowing the pipe capacity to be maximized (3/3 water).
What does it cost?
Has the system been tested?
How long has the Rainpulse rainwater management system been on the market?
Does the system need to be installed by an approved drainage contractor?
Can standard PVC plastic pipes be used with the RainPulse rainwater management system?
Can two outlets be swan necked into the one downpipe?
Does the RainPulse rainwater management system require overflows?
Does the RainPulse rainwater management system have any moving parts?
Who performs the roof drainage calculations for the RainPulse rainwater management system?
What's the smallest I can make the gutter when using the RainPulse rainwater management system?
Is noise an issue with the RainPulse rainwater management system?
The Honda and Hyundai car dealerships at the Cheshire Oaks Retail Park in Ellesmere Port were conceived by architecture firm Mountford Piggot. The buildings were designed to be energy efficient as well as visually appealing, a feature that was achieved by utilising the CGL Gutters’ outlet.
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