ARP’s New Sentinel Jointing System is Quick, Easy and Mess Free

ARP’s New Sentinel Jointing System is Quick, Easy and Mess Free

ARP Launches its next generation of rainwater fittings – with an improved snap-fit jointing system.

At ARP, we believe that innovative solutions combined with operational excellence are key drivers in delivering success and customer satisfaction.

Operating within the rainwater and roofline sectors that have traditionally been dominated by uPVC, the growth of aluminium as an alternative – being 100% recyclable, lightweight, corrosion resistant and durable has been consistently rising and is seen as part of the solution to impacts of both environment and climate change.

Since 1999 we have been working on simplifying the ways that aluminium can be used in construction and have constantly looked to overcome the design challenges that have been presented.

In 2011 we developed our successful Sentinel “snap-fit” jointing system for gutters, which was ground-breaking at the time – so, therefore, the development of the next generation of snap-fit fittings is something of which we are very proud and will give even greater benefits to the installer.

For our Sentinel beaded half round gutter, there is now an even simpler jointing system, where using a specified sealant within a designed union results in a speedy and secure fit with no mess on site and certainly no need for nuts, bolts or rivets.

We have also re-engineered the system to optimise its performance. With improved flow rates and defined die-cast fittings, which gives strength and a superior appearance to the internal welded joints, we believe it is the perfect fit for all types of property, large or small, traditional or contemporary.

With ‘on the shelf’ availability, an in-house paint line and a network of technical sales managers, now is a great time to invest in what ARP has to offer.



Mill Finish Gasket Fitting Instructions

Our Sentinel beaded half round gutters can be provided in a mill finish.  However, if this is the case, once painting on site has been carried out then you need to follow the instructions for fitting the gaskets prior to installing this system.  See below for your handy video guide.