Extreme Protection For Your Investment
All Dam Buster products:
- Are independently tested and expert hydraulic engineer certified
- Have certified capacities for both maximum normal flow and for operation in overflow conditions
- Are engineered to work in extreme weather conditions - anywhere in Australia or the world
- Minimise visual impact on building form by making the roof drainage components as small as possible
- Provide Architects and Designers with substantially increased options for new building roof drainage
- Can often reduce the amount of pipe work and other costs associated with more traditional roof drainage systems
- Are very simple and fast to install on site - for example with rain heads, only the down pipe pop requires cutting on most jobs because everything else is pre-set.
- Are easy to retrofit to any existing building
Dam Buster Rainheads also have:
- A unique and patented rear seal attachment method which guarantees a waterproof and secure seal between the rain head and the box gutter
- Built in side attachment points make fixing extremely simple (these can also be cut off if required)
- An extra back plate (included) allows adaption to virtually any smaller box gutter size and set up, or even on-site conversion to an eves gutter model using only basic tools
- Easy inspection for the owner: if the front chute is clear from below, the Dam Buster rainhead will still overflow at 100% capacity even if the main tub or down pipe is completely blocked
- Optional external top trim piece available to provide a more traditional appearance
Dam Buster products are all made by an extremely high precision laser cutting method here in Melbourne, Australia and are fabricated from top quality Bluescope Australian steel products. They are robust and can easily be shipped anywhere in Australia.
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Watch a fully blocked Dam Buster rain head overflow at 16 litres per second!
Video of the 300mm model taken by the AHSCA at their test rig in Queensland Australia