ABS channels

ABS channels

ABS is the name for a type of thermoplastic. The abbreviation is derived from the names of three monomers used to produce ABS: acrylonitrile, butadiene and styrene. Gridiron drainage channels of the Plastic Fly series made of ABS are known for their properties: good mechanical impact resistance and ease of installation.

Numerous engineering advantages resulting from the use of ABS are attributed to the properties of each of its components. Acrylonitrile increases thermal and chemical resistance and toughness, butadiene provides impact resistance and low retention properties, and styrene provides surface gloss, strength and ease of processing.

Plastic Fly Series Channels

FROM ABS

Typology
profile:

krug 1

WITH PROFILE WITH PROTECTIVE EDGES MADE OF GALVANIZED STEEL OR STAINLESS STEEL

Typology of profiles in the alternative of galvanized or stainless steel:

krug 2

WITHOUT PROFILE WITH PROTECTIVE EDGES (valid only for covers made of embossed metal plate in the form of a bridge)

Typology of profiles in the alternative of galvanized or stainless steel:

krug 3

WITH PROFILE WITH ABS PROTECTIVE EDGES

With grilles with patented locking system.

krug 4

Side-mounted profiles made of galvanized steel and with flexible rods for fixing to concrete

krug 4

Cast iron grilles GJS500-7 with protruding notches on the lower part

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