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High Peak Works,
Chapel-en-le-Frith,
High Peak,
Derbyshire SK23 0HW

Moulded full tee piece

  • Ensure all three gutters leading into the full tee piece are clean and dry. Blow dry with heat gun if damp
  • Run the valley liner to the edge of the boundary gutter trimming any excess liner along the base and along the gutter slopes
  • Run both boundary gutters to the junction of the valley trimming any excess liner along the valley gutter slopes. This will leave a small section of the original gutter exposed. This will not be a problem as the full tee covers this section 300mm beyond the exposed area on all three gutters
  • Ensure all three liners are pressed firmly into the gutter creases. This will prevent air pockets and form a solid base to weld the full tee piece to the liner
  • Pin the liner tight into the crease lines either side of all three gutters. Two pins 35mm from the crease line onto the gutter sole x 6 two per gutter and two pins on the gutter slope 35mm from the crease line x 6 up the slopes of the gutter
  • Using the 200mm rule pin the liner every 200mm across the gutter soles and up the gutter slopes if required
  • Ensure Sharmans Fixing Caps are installed over all fixings prior to welding
  • Place the full tee piece over the top of all three gutters ready for welding
  • The weakest point of any weld is the crease lines on the gutter sole. Weld at these points first ensuring the full tee piece is pressed firmly into the gutter creases
  • Fully weld the full tee piece on all three gutter soles followed by all six gutter slopes
  • Allow the full tee piece to cool before probe testing any welds
  • Any un-welded area’s will have to be re-welded and again probe tested once cool

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