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Product Description and Features

Finish your roof with the distinctive style of the OGEE® Gutter. OGEE® Gutters are one of the most popular profiles, so there is a complete range of accessories to choose from.

  • Available in long lengths for fast and easy installation
  • Compatible with the NOVALINE® Fascia System
  • Manufactured from light, strong, high tensile ZINCALUME® steel or COLORBOND® steel for up to four times the life of a galvanised gutter
  • Full range of accessories available including corners in matching COLORBOND® steel colours as well as stop ends, brackets and over straps
  • Designed for greater durability, longer life and compatibility with steel and tile roofs


  • Available in SA & VIC. Profile dimensions vary from state to state
  • It is important that gutters slope towards the outlets (a minimum gutter fall of 1 in 500 is recommended). Without this slope, ‘ponding’ may occur, reducing the life of your gutter
  • When installing gutters, remove any metal particles or debris at the end of the day to prevent staining or corrosion
  • The protective plastic film should be stripped off immediately on installation
  • Ensure selection of suitable material for environmental conditions for maximum durability


Dimensions in SA
A = 64mm (nominal)
B = 98mm (nominal)
C = 145mm (nominal)
Effective Cross Sectional Area: 5242 mm2
Dimensions in VIC & TAS
A = 65mm (nominal)
B = 80mm (nominal)
C = 115mm (nominal)




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Designing Roof Drainage

Correct design of a roof drainage system is critical to the waterproofing of a building. This is a task that should only be carried out by a suitably qualified trade professional in accordance with the BCA and Australian Standards.

In the design and detailing of a roof drainage system, consideration must be given to a range of factors such as:

  • rainfall intensity
  • roof catchment area
  • gutter size/capacity
  • gutter fall
  • gutter outlets (sumps, rain heads, nozzles)
  • downpipe size, quantity and placement
  • overflow consideration
  • material selection and
  • jointing

Downpipe Design

The downpipe size and spacing should be determined in accordance with AS/NZ3500.3.2:1998 National plumbing and drainage: Part 3.2: Stormwater drainage – Acceptable solutions.