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New Harmer modular 120 stainless steel channels

01 March 2016

Harmer Drainage adds to its high performance stainless steel channel drains with its new Modular 120 system.

The innovative range, available through builders’ merchants, gives more flexibility, and is easier and quicker to install. 

Modular 120 comes in 500mm or one metre lengths, with a choice of three different grating systems, and a range of constant or sloping depths. Modular 120 is suitable for a wide range of applications, including Food Production & Processing, Professional Kitchens, Breweries, Retail, Chemical & Pharmaceutical and School and Leisure. 

“Our new Modular 120 channel is durable and strong, yet surprisingly lightweight and comes with an excellent high flow rate for improved performance,” says Wayne Willmott, Harmer Drainage Sales Manager. “It’s manufactured from 304 grade stainless steel as standard and 316 grade available on request, ensuring excellent corrosion resistance and minimal maintenance.

“Just like the rest of our Stainless Steel range, our new modular system has an attractive surface finish,” continues Wayne. “And it’s available off the shelf at your local builders’ merchant - so no waiting weeks for delivery.”

Harmer Drainage is part of Alumasc Water Management Solutions (AWMS) - the new name for integrated water management – and is one of the UK’s leading manufacturers of building drainage products. 

For more information on Harmer’s new Modular 120 system visit www.harmerdrainage.co.uk or visit our stand K210 at the Foodex Show, NEC Birmingham 18-20 April. Follow @AlumascWMS. 


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