Single Exit Radiator Pipe Seal

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Product Code GRS-SE

130mm x 130mm x 21mm
60mm hole
20 per box
High impact polystyrene Thermoplastic elastomer
Injection Moulded

Product Description & Key Features

The Single Exit Radiator Pipe Guide and Seal (GRS-SE) provides an insulated point for one radiator pipe to pass through a wall. When paired with a second GRS-SE the product is ideal for tackling the problem of pipe work for larger radiators, where a pipe run from the centre point may sag below the radiator bottom. The unit is slim enough to fit behind the radiator and will provide a draft seal to help achieve the new air leakage requirements of modern building regulations. The product can be used with radiators that employ a third, central bracket, and its face fix nature means it is ideal for studded wall details.

  • Can be orientated in any direction to aid pipe alignment
  • Rubber grommet secures the pipe and prevent air loss
  • Sealant channel on the reverse to prevent air leakage
  • Convex design helps to ensure air tight seal when fitted
  • Held by 2 secure fixing points offset from the penetration

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