Howe Green’s Slot Drain System at London’s Top Luxury Homes

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Howe Green’s discreet HG200 Slot Drain system was chosen to provide a high-quality drainage solution for lavish leisure facilities at Ballymore’s Embassy Gardens, the prominent Nine Elms development on London’s South Bank.

2994_POOL MED RES copyThe steel linear drainage solution is virtually invisible in situ around a luxurious 16m indoor pool at the high-end development, allowing the streamlined aesthetics of the contemporary interior and form of its tiled floor to remain visually uninterrupted.

Available in modular form to suit most site situation, the ultra-discreet HG200 slot drain is also available as a made to measure system to suit specific requirements. It can be manufactured in 304 or 316 austenitic stainless steel, providing an easy to clean, hygienic solution. As it is produced from stainless steel it is also 100% recyclable and requires very little maintenance.

Slot Drain1 copyThe HG200 Slot Drain is part of a wider linear drainage range from Howe Green, created for effective surface water management in both commercial and domestic applications. Manufactured to withstand the most demanding environments, Howe Green’s linear drainage products are equally at home in settings such as science laboratories, sports centres, surgeries and industrial/processing plants.

Howe Green is one of the UK’s leading innovators in the building products sector. They have a proactive attitude to service and regularly work with their customers and partners to develop bespoke solutions for a wide variety of construction challenges. The company’s technical expertise and heavy investment in state-of-the art machinery have enabled Howe Green to produce non-standard specifications very cost effectively, and this is reflected in their competitive pricing structure. They are also able to provide a quick turnaround, often within days, which gives a competitive edge when timescales are tight. Visit

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