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RUBCO ROOFING MOLDED SUMPS

Rubco Molded Sumps

  • Easty to Handle
  • Durable
  • Easy to Install
  • Ideal for use with Rubco Butyl, Ardex, Butynol & Viking Butyl

IMR 100 & 120 300mm

IMR 130 400mm

IMR 100 & 120 440 x 250

IMR 130 440 x 340

INSTALLING THE SUMPS

The Rubber Roofing Co. “Rubco” Molded  sumps are designed primarily for use in plywood

formed box gutters but can be used in other applications.

Plywood Gutters

1.  Design & build the gutter minimum width

IMR 100 & 120  300mm  

IMR 130  400mm  

2.  Cut a retangular hole for the sump

IMR 100 & 120  440 x 250  

IMR 130  440 x 340  

3.  Rebate the edge of the hole 4mm deep & 30mm wide on all sides

4.  Drop in the sump and fasten with countersunk self tapping screws 

 minimum 4 screws.

Casting into Concrete Roofs

Either 

(a) cast a hole larger & frame down to meet it using timber 

framework.

Or

(b) cast the sump in- situ, fixing the 4 suitable fastners to the flange t

o lock the sump into the concrete when it is poured. Countersunk 

screws with bent shanks can be used for this.

Molded Sump Sizes

Sump Dimensions IMR100 IMR120 IMR130
A Overall Width 300 300 380
B Overall Length 450 450 580
C Depth 164 200 265
D Overflow (Deameter) 75/100 100/150 150/200
E Main Outlet (Diameter) 75/100 100/150 150/200
F Outlet pipe length 140 140 140
G Outlet pipe length 60 60 60
H Outlet Position 150 170 250
I Flange Width 30 30 30

J

Flange thickness 4 4 4
K Overflow Spignot (Diameter) 98 145 195
L Overflow Spignot (Diameter) 208 240 270

DOMESTIC MOULDED SUMPS

  • E2 ASI COMPLIANT
  • EASY TO HANDLE
  • EASY TO INSTALL
  • DURABLE
  • IDEAL FOR USE WITH RUBCO BUTYL

Installing the Rubco Domestic Sump

The RUBCO Domestic Sump is designed primarily for use in plywood- formed substrates but can be use in other applications..

IMPORTANT NOTE:
This product is to be rebated 4mm so that the flange does not sit higher than the substrate. This is to be secured with stainless steel screws. The number of screws is relative to the number of holes allocated.