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  • Through Wall Copper Parapet Drain Through Wall Copper Parapet Drain
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Inside Wall Parapet Roof Drain

Through Wall Parapet Roof Drain

Quick Overview

Through wall parapet roof drain comes in a variety of sizes.  ABS dome strainer is included.  Made of strong 16 oz. sandblasted copper for durability and membrane adhesion.  Manufactured in the USA by Thunderbird Products.

$120.00

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$120.00

Details

  • Parapet Roof Drain w/ Through Wall Outlet
  • 16 ounce copper flashing attached to through wall spout
  • Sandblasted for excellent membrane adhesion
  • Available with 2", 3", and 4" outlets
  • Also available with overflow
  • ABS Cyclolac dome strainer included
  • Manufactured by Thunderbird Products

Additional Information

SKU TB-PDSR
Manufacturer Thunderbird Products, Inc.
Installation Flat Roof, Wall
Material Copper
Product Drawing Through Wall Parapet Drain Drawing (50 KB)
Through Wall Parapet Drain CAD Drawing (299 KB)
Through Wall Parapet Drain E-Drawing (Internet Explorer Only)
Part Numbers
PDSR2NH 2" No-Hub Through Wall Parapet Drain
PDSR3NH 3" No-Hub Through Wall Parapet Drain
PDSR4NH 4" No-Hub Through Wall Parapet Drain

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  1. thrugh wall drains review by will on 4/27/2015
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    Shipping was fast, product was easy to work with

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how to protect overflow inlet from dirt, etc
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Overflow does not usually have a grate. It is solely a secondary outlet in case the primary drain stops functioning.
rufina answered on September 19, 2014