Infinity Drain, the manufacturer at the forefront of architectural and decorative drains, launches a line of commercial elevator drains which prevent water from entering elevator shafts in the event of a fire and the sprinkler system is triggered.


Designed to keep the pathway clear for fire safety professionals, while evacuating water at 100 GPM, these new commercial drains are typically positioned in front of the elevator door or elevator bank and comply with SFFC Code, Section 511.1 for a 100 GPM flow rate.


“We are very excited to debut our Elevator Drains as our next step in commercial architectural drainage,” states Jonathan Brill, President of Infinity Drain. “Infinity Drain is part of the best architectural and construction work going on right now and adding elevator drains to our portfolio illustrates the vital role linear drains play – not only from an aesthetic standpoint, but also for accessibility and safety.”



The new Elevator Drains are available in 36”, 42” and 48” kits, two designer finishes, including Satin Stainless and Polished Stainless and have removable grates for accessible cleaning and maintenance.


Product Specifications:

• 316L stainless steel Wedge Wire grate
• 16 gauge, 304L stainless steel channel
• 4” centered outlet
• Channel height: 3”
• Channel width: 12”
• Complies with SFFC Code, Section 511.1 for a 100 GPM flow rate
• Meets ADA and heel-proof requirements
• IAPMO tested and certified to a 100 GPM flow rate
• Tamper resistant fasteners and mounting anchors options available


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