The intermediate pipe is a short downpipe. You use it as a fitting between the gutter and the wall where you have the downpipe.
The difference between intermediate pipes and downpipes is mainly the packaging. While larger amount of downpipes are packed in crates, the intermediate pipes are packed in boxes.
The shrunk part of the pipe is only used for connecting another pipe and is therefor mostly cut off.
To measure the correct length of the intermediate pipe please see the assembly instructions for the pipe bend.
The intermediate pipes also has a shrunk end as the downpipe. You should normally not use this part when you mount pipe bends on both sides of the pipe. The pipe bends are made to fit inside the pipe in one end and outside the pipe in the other end. You can naturally use the intermediate pipe as an extension of a downpipe by using the shrunk part.
When you assembly the intermediate pipes together with pipe bends you can start to believe that they won't fit together.
Our idea is that you shouldn't need any extra material to hold the pieces together. They should fit very tight. That way the whole system is made in the same material and will age the same and will look very good without any extra screws or rivets.
You can read more about this in the installation guide which is available for download in the tab documents.
Our intermediate pipes are only available in the lengths above.
The standard packaging is according to the table below.
The column Product code show our article number where 'x' is replaced with a number for color.