Bauder Insulated Outlets

Combining tradition and innovation has made our Bauder Insulated Outlets offer a solution to the problem of maintaining thermal continuity at drainage points. Ideal for warm, cold and inverted roof construction. The BRE Certified high thermal value of the rigid foam body prevents condensation from forming on the underside of
the outlet body.

Designed for use when connecting to conventional gravity drainage systems, Bauder Insulated Outlets offer excellent flow rate performance. Our range incorporates products suitable for both new build and refurbishment
roof situations. When specified within Bauder waterproofing systems as an integrated component, these products are included within our Bauder System Guarantee.

Key characteristics

  • High insulation value of the outlet reduces heat loss – BRE Certified.
  • UV/IR radiation resistant
  • Shock and impact proof
  • Robust and Durable
  • Low noise drainage
  • High drainage capacity
  • Installation is fast, simple and very secure – utilising a thermally insulated housing unit.
  • Allows plumbing connection at vapour barrier stage, thus providing initial weather proofing and drainage of the roof, whilst allowing internal work to commence
  • The design of the polyamide domical leaf grille ensures a free flow of water, whilst preventing leaves and debris from entering the drainage system.
One of the benefits of using a two part outlet is that the first section, the outlet bowl can be installed to the deck, allowing the air and vapour control layer to be installed and the internal pipework connected. This provides waterproof integrity and allows internal work to commence.

Once the insulation is installed, the extension unit housing and extension unit can be fitted. A special sealing ring inserted into the outlet bowl ensures total waterproof integrity with the extension unit spigot. The underlayer membrane is installed and torch welded onto the extension unit’s integral SBS bitumen membrane connection flange, followed by the installation of the capping sheet, ensuring complete security.

Once the insulation is installed, the second section, the extension piece can be fitted through the extension unit housing (and packer if required), and then the waterproofing can be installed. This avoids the need for isolation detailing around the outlet and assists with overall ‘air tightness’.