• Escutcheon for drainpipes
  • For alteration with drilled holes
  • Fewer work stages
  • Is mounted on drainpipe
  • No need for repairing afterwards

Working from props and ladders is not required

A range of escutcheons for pipe- and sewerage lead-through connections in base plates and walls. The ring-shaped escutcheon is slipped on pipe at mounting, alternative afterwards by snapping the escutsheon at its snapping point, bending edges apart and pushing it over the pipe.


The material is a semi-stiff obscured, overpaintable white polystyren. The escutcheon can be glued, nailed, screwed or attached by casting. In narrow mountings can it be cut into fitting shape.


Drilled holes, for example 150mm for sewerage systems, the escutcheon is used as a  refinishing form for filling. The escutcheon is held against the underside of the base plate with help of a conical fork that is pushed over the pipe under the escutcheon.


The locking forks are made of plywood for sewerage diameter 110 and 75mm.
The forks can be reused.