Roof Open Drainage Tile

AirField AirDrain Tile

Greatmats AirField AirDrain Roof Open Drainage TileThe Roof Open Drainage Tile provides consistent drainage on your outdoor or rooftop flooring surface. This drainage tile is 1 inch high and 32 x 32 inches.

The AirField AirDrain tile has a 92 percent air void and will drain 2.85 inches of rainfall in one minute on a nearly flat surface (1/2% of 1% slope). They have a vertical and lateral drainage rate which cannot be matched.

The drainage tile can be installed on an aggregate sub-base, concrete, asphalt or rooftop. Use these drainage tiles under your outdoor flooring or artificial turf surface.

Roof Open Drainage Tile is only limited by the material above it and the exit drains. There is practically no resistance to drainage because of the 92% air void. The important factor is the percentage of slope that the tile is installed on. These tiles can can .576 gallons of water per square foot if needed until it can release the water to the perimeter exit drains.

Greatmats AirField AirDrain Roof Open Drainage TileConsider these tiles under artificial turf for sports, dog areas and landscaped areas.

When installed under synthetic sports turf, this drainage tile can also provides consistent shock attenuation properties which will contribute to the safety of players.

Made of a polypropylene plastic, this durable tile can be reused again when the artificial turf is replaced.

Greatmats AirField AirDrain Roof Open Drainage Tile for Artificial Turf and Rooftops Flooring

Greatmats AirField AirDrain Roof Open Drainage Tile interlocking design

Greatmats AirField AirDrain Roof Open Drainage Tile diagram of install

Greatmats AirField AirDrain Roof Open Drainage Tile installation under tileGreatmats AirField AirDrain Roof Open Drainage Tile installation under artificial turf on rooftopGreatmats AirField AirDrain Roof Open Drainage Tile installation under turf

 

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