An introduction to Drainage Sundries
If you are unfamiliar with what a sundry is, you may be confused about drainage sundries and their purpose. Essentially, sundries are a group of items that are not important enough to be mentioned individually and are instead compiled into a named group.
At the Drainage Shop, we have a list of drainage sundries that include PipeGrip cutting stands, manhole lifting keys, lubricant, testing kits, fencing and more. These items, individually, could be useful during a job, but as a whole, are not as important as the main drainage items - hence, they are sundries. On this page, we offer plenty of variation within the section.
Features and benefits of Drainage Sundries
A lot of the products offered on the drainage sundries page are useful in the finalising and testing stages of drainage jobs. Things such as drain testing plugs, drainage spades, fencing pins and more are useful for whoever is completing the job. The main benefit of the products on this page is that they are cheap but made from the best materials to ensure their efficacy.
While these items are labelled as sundries, implying they are unimportant, they are very important to any job. One of the most important items on this page is the pipe lubricant, which comes in 500ml and 1000ml bottles, and is essential for making connections easy between pieces of drainage pipe.
Drainage Sundries at The Drainage Shop
Some of the products in the range include the following:
The purpose of these drainage sundries is to help maintain the drainage systems proper functioning and prevent damage or other problems resulting from water entering the system in unwanted places. This is important because proper drainage prevents water damage and other issues in buildings and other structures.
There are several benefits to using drainage sundries in conjunction with a drainage system. For example, drain testing plugs and other tools can help identify potential problems with the drainage system before they become more serious and costly to fix. Barrier fencing can help prevent debris from entering the system and clogging it up, saving money on costly cleaning and maintenance. Additionally, using these tools can help prevent water damage and other issues resulting from poor drainage. Overall, drainage sundries are an important part of maintaining the health and function of a drainage system, both before it is fully installed and after it has been set in place.