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NDS 864GMTL 5" Pro Series Channel Drain Kit - Galvanized Metal Grate

NDS 864GMTL 5" Pro Series Channel Drain Kit  - Galvanized Metal Grate

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Product Code: NDS864GMTL

Description Technical Specs
5" Pro Series channel drains also come in pre-assembled kits to decrease installation time. They act as perimeter drains, quickly removing water from hardscapes and directing it away from building structures. A bottom outlet is built into each channel section.

Also available: NDS 864GMTL Contractor (3 Pack) Channel Drain Kit - Galvanized Grate

  • Kit include channel, grates, one end cap and one end outlet
  • 39 3/8" long deep profile polypropylene channel drain with mechanical interlocking joint
  • Galvanized Metal Grate
  • Recommended for medium-duty pneumatic tire traffic.
  • Autos and light trucks less than 20 mph
  • Class B Load Rating: 61-175 psi
  • Create a channel as long as you need, or reduce to lengths as short as 4" for smaller, interlocking sections
  • End cap/knock-out end and outlet fitting simplifies assembly and installation
  • End outlet fits 3" Sewer & Drain Pipe and 4" Sewer & Drain Fittings
  • Bottom outlet fits 3" & 4" Sewer & Drain Fittings
  • See Technical Specs • Product Brochures & Specifications for installation recommendations

Average Rating: Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review »

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
5 of 5 Side of house drain August 30, 2018
Reviewer: Daniel, R Colucci from Cedar Grove , NJ United States  
I purchased the 39" drain, with meteal grate. I haven't installed it yet. But I am very happy with the quality. Once I am finished regrading the area, I will place it in for optimum drainage!

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4 of 5 Instructions July 3, 2018
Reviewer: Ted Bell from Boring, OR United States  
I know you have very good install instructions on-line but I looked through the included instructions and found very little information on what to use for sealing the joints. I thought I remembered the video saying clear silicone but the paper instructions mentioned pvc cement.

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