Publish your products
Slot channel drainage
Slot channel drainage
Slot channel drainage
Slot channel drainage
    ATT

    Slot channel drainage

    4.0 out of 5 stars4.0(5 reviews)

    Slot channels are a simple and inexpensive surface drainage system, used in places where high hydraulic capacity of the channel is not required.

    The perfect solution for rooms where condensate drips from machines and air conditioning devices, e.g. in dairies, bakeries and swimming pools, as separation between dry and wet surfaces.

    PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY

    Slot channels are made of stainless steel sheets of 1.5-2 [mm] thickness. They have a built-in bottom slope and may be also adapted to a particular floor thickness. Drainage of water from a slot channel may be provided through a spigot or a floor drain with a waste basket and a trap. By standard, the length of a channel with a single outlet should not exceed 10 [m]. Channel sections longer than 4 [m] are connected via sealed flanges or they can also be welded during installation.

    MINI SLOT CHANNEL

    MINI slot channels are made of 1.5 [mm] stainless steel sheets. The channel is not covered with any grating. It is characterised by a smaller inlet opening and clearance width. They are used in applications where lower amounts of wastewater are drained.

    MAXI SLOT CHANNEL


    MAXI slot channels are made of 2 [mm] stainless steel sheets. The channel is not covered with any grating, and it is characterised by increased hydraulic efficiency compared to standard channels. It is characterised by a greater inlet opening and clearance width. It is used wherever it is necessary to drain greater amounts of wastewater and, due to the production process (lack of large solid contamination), there is no need to use a standard channel.

    MINI standard CHANNEL


    The mini type standard channel combines the advantages of standard and slot channels. This is a channel of small dimensions with a covering grating. Channels of this type are installed wherever small amounts of water must be drained and it is necessary to use a channel with a possibility to install a rodding eye. By standard, stainless steel sheets of 1,5-2 [mm] thickness made of AISI 304 or AISI 316 grade steel are used for production.

    The slot channels and mini standard channel are equipped with levelling bolts and anchoring elements. The technology of installation and further operation is the same as with standard channels.

    Specification
    • – Bend well as a design element
      – Less expensive than standard channels
      – They may be connected to other types of channels
      - The channel is in the form of omega with upper edge
      - The profile is completely open. No additional grating needed
      - Stainless steel, material EN 1.4301, AISI 304 or EN 1.4404, AISI 316L, sheet thickness 1.5 mm - 2 mm

      - With longitudinal standard slope of 0.5% - 1% per meter (bespoke slope feasible)
      - The outer edges are bent in inverted U-shape
      - With built-in spacers in the slot, anchors, adjustable feet M10
      - Lengths greater than 4 or 6 meters are manufactured in segments
      - Including screwed connection flanges and EPDM seals
      - To each slot channel floor drain may be selected (see list of floor drains)
      - Product pickled and passivated
      - The upper edge is grinded with a grain of 240
    Technical specification
    • Unique ref.Slot-channel-drainage
    • Product familyATT drainage channels
    • Product groupATT slot channel drainage
    • TypeShowcase (model)
    • Date of publishing2022-05-20
    • Edition number1
    Related
    • Material mainStainless steel
    Classification
    • BIMobject CategoryPlumbing - Drainage

    Region availability

    Europe Asia North America Africa South America Oceania
    Åland Islands
    Afghanistan
    Anguilla
    Algeria
    Argentina
    American Samoa
    Albania
    Armenia
    Antigua and Barbuda
    Angola
    Bolivia
    Australia
    Andorra
    Azerbaijan
    Aruba
    Benin
    Brazil
    Cook Islands
    Austria
    Bahrain
    Barbados
    Botswana
    Chile
    Federated States of Micronesia
    Belarus
    Bangladesh
    Belize
    Burkina Faso
    Colombia
    Fiji
    Belgium
    Bhutan
    Bermuda
    Burundi
    Ecuador
    French Polynesia
    Bosnia and Herzegovina
    British Indian Ocean Territory
    British Virgin Islands
    Cameroon
    Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas)
    Guam
    Bulgaria
    Brunei
    Canada
    Cape Verde
    French Guiana
    Kiribati
    Croatia
    Cambodia
    Caribbean Netherlands
    Central African Republic
    Guyana
    Marshall Islands
    Cyprus
    China
    Cayman Islands
    Chad
    Paraguay
    Nauru
    Czech Republic
    Christmas Island
    Collectivity of Saint Martin
    Comoros
    Peru
    New Caledonia
    Denmark
    Cocos (Keeling) Islands
    Costa Rica
    Côte d'Ivoire
    Suriname
    New Zealand
    Estonia
    Georgia
    Cuba
    Democratic Republic of the Congo
    Uruguay
    Niue
    Faroe Islands
    Hong Kong
    Curaçao
    Djibouti
    Venezuela
    Norfolk Island
    Finland
    India
    Dominica
    Egypt
    Northern Mariana Islands
    France
    Indonesia
    Dominican Republic
    Equatorial Guinea
    Palau
    Germany
    Iran
    El Salvador
    Eritrea
    Papua New Guinea
    Gibraltar
    Iraq
    Greenland
    Eswatini
    Pitcairn Islands
    Greece
    Israel
    Grenada
    Ethiopia
    Samoa
    Guernsey
    Japan
    Guadeloupe
    Gabon
    Solomon Islands
    Hungary
    Jordan
    Guatemala
    Ghana
    Timor-Leste
    Iceland
    Kazakhstan
    Haiti
    Guinea
    Tokelau
    Ireland
    Kuwait
    Honduras
    Guinea-Bissau
    Tonga
    Isle of Man
    Kyrgyzstan
    Jamaica
    Kenya
    Tuvalu
    Italy
    Laos
    Martinique
    Lesotho
    United States Minor Outlying Islands
    Jersey
    Lebanon
    Mexico
    Liberia
    Vanuatu
    Latvia
    Macau
    Montserrat
    Libya
    Wallis and Futuna
    Liechtenstein
    Malaysia
    Nicaragua
    Madagascar
    Lithuania
    Maldives
    Panama
    Malawi
    Luxembourg
    Mongolia
    Puerto Rico
    Mali
    Malta
    Myanmar (Burma)
    Saint Kitts and Nevis
    Mauritania
    Moldova
    Nepal
    Saint Lucia
    Mauritius
    Monaco
    North Korea
    Saint Pierre and Miquelon
    Mayotte
    Montenegro
    Oman
    Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
    Morocco
    Netherlands
    Pakistan
    Saint-Barthélemy
    Mozambique
    North Macedonia
    Palestine
    Sint Maarten
    Namibia
    Norway
    Philippines
    The Bahamas
    Niger
    Poland
    Qatar
    Trinidad and Tobago
    Nigeria
    Portugal
    Saudi Arabia
    Turks and Caicos Islands
    Republic of the Congo
    Romania
    Singapore
    U.S. Virgin Islands
    Reunion
    Russia
    South Korea
    United States
    Rwanda
    San Marino
    Sri Lanka
    Saint Helena
    Serbia
    Syria
    São Tomé and Príncipe
    Slovakia
    Taiwan
    Senegal
    Slovenia
    Tajikistan
    Seychelles
    Spain
    Thailand
    Sierra Leone
    Svalbard and Jan Mayen
    Türkiye
    Somalia
    Sweden
    Turkmenistan
    South Africa
    Switzerland
    United Arab Emirates
    South Sudan
    Ukraine
    Uzbekistan
    Sudan
    United Kingdom
    Vietnam
    Tanzania
    Vatican City
    Yemen
    The Gambia
    Togo
    Tunisia
    Uganda
    Western Sahara
    Zambia
    Zimbabwe