Marley RP80®

The most popular downpipe system in New Zealand for the last 30 years. The Marley RP80® 80mm round downpipe system offers strong performance, good looks and easy installation.


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RP80 Downpipe with ReflectionThe Marley RP80® 80mm Round Downpipe System is the standard choice for residential applications across New Zealand. Available in 3m lengths with a full range of fittings.

 

COLOUR AVAILABILITY

The Marley RP80® 80mm Round Downpipe System is now available in a range of colours. With the addition of New Zealand’s most popular roofing colours, Black, Grey Friars and Ironsand, the RP80® 80mm downpipe has the  colour range to suit any style of home.

 

VERSATILITY

One of the key reasons Marley’s downpipe range has proved joiningso popular is its extensive range of injection moulded fittings that make installation fast and simple. They can also be painted to match the particular cladding colour or tie in with the overall colour scheme of the home.

The RP80® system is able to be used with any of Marley’s range of white uPVC spouting and also compatible with all metal spouting options available in New Zealand.

FIXING

RC80cropStand-off brackets – Concealed fixing system offering angular and horizontal adjustment, ideal for installation against weatherboards or in narrow soffit situations. There are two fixing options available:

Adjustable-Pipe-Clip-Right-facingcropNow featuring an innovative new spacer system *that allows further flexibility when installing the downpipe further away from the wall
* NZ Patent Application No. 618687

RC802cropFlush brackets – Standard fixing system that provides a cost-effective method while still allowing flexibility of movement on uneven surfaces.

TOUGH AND LONG LASTING

Marley RP80® 80mm Round Downpipe is manufactured from uPVC. It is an extremely tough and long-lasting material that will not rust, requires little maintenance and is UV resistant. All RP80® components come with a 15-year guarantee.

  • 15 Year Guarantee
  • Will not rust
  • Made
    in NZ
  • 100% Recyclable
  • U.V. Resistant
  • Design Inspired
Marley RP80<sup>®</sup>
Product
Component
Code
ROUND DOWNPIPE<br />
80mm 3m Length<br />
NB: White socket at one end. Colours non-socketed - use jointing socket RS80.
ROUND DOWNPIPE
80mm 3m Length
NB: White socket at one end. Colours non-socketed - use jointing socket RS80.
RP80
95° M+F BEND 80mm
95° M+F BEND 80mm RB4.80
43° M+F BEND 80mm
43° M+F BEND 80mm RB5.80
95° JUNCTION 80mm
95° JUNCTION 80mm RJ80
PIPE CLIP-2 PART 80mm<br />
PIPE CLIP-2 PART 80mm
RC80.2
ADAPTOR
80 to 90mm
ADAPTOR 80 to 90mm RA80.90
ADAPTOR
80 to 100mm
ADAPTOR 80 to 100mm RA80.100
LEAFSLIDE
LEAFSLIDE RWLS
UNTRAPPED RAINWATER GULLY
UNTRAPPED RAINWATER GULLY 1SD6166
Product
Component
Code
95° F+F BEND 80mm
95° F+F BEND 80mm RB2.80
43° F+F BEND 80mm
43° F+F BEND 80mm RB3.80
JOINING SOCKET 80mm
JOINING SOCKET 80mm RS80
PIPE CLIP-SADDLE 80mm<br />
PIPE CLIP-SADDLE 80mm
RC80
PIPE CLIP ADJUSTABLE SPACER 80mm
PIPE CLIP ADJUSTABLE SPACER 80mm RC80.2S
DOWNPIPE<br />
SPREADER KIT 80MM
DOWNPIPE
SPREADER KIT 80MM
SKIT80
END CAP 80MM
END CAP 80MM CS80
DOWNPIPE DIVERTER
DOWNPIPE DIVERTER RWDD
SOLVENT WELDING CEMENT<br />
180g Tube
SOLVENT WELDING CEMENT
180g Tube
MCS
Marley RP80<sup>®</sup>

Diameter: 80mm

Material: uPVC (Unplasticised PVC)

Maximum Roof Area per downpipe*:

Roof Pitch Maximum Roof Area served per downpipe (m²)
0° – 25° 100
25° – 35° 80
35° – 45° 70
45° – 55° 60

* Based on average rainfall intensity of 100mm/hr

Bracket System: Flush or stand-off brackets. To be spaced at max 1200mm centres (reduce in high wind areas)

Certified for use with potable water? Yes (certified to AS/NZS 4020)

Environmental certification: ISO 14001BEP certification

Compatible Marley Spouting systems: Classic®Stormcloud®FL2®Typhoon®

INSTALLATION

Marley downpipe systems are intuitively designed as a modular system, making repair and replacement much simpler. However, there is a technical element to installing Marley downpipes so if you are unsure, Marley recommends you seek advice from a trade professional. Alternatively for a step by step DIY guide, please click here.