RSKR – Radius Gutter Bracket

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​Specifically designed, the radius gutter bracket, simplifies installation on curved eaves sections and balconies. Lindab’s expert product development team have created a fascia bracket that also functions as a gutter joint with a rubber seal and a tolerance for a 4° alignment deviation at each joint.

The need for expensive bespoke gutters is eliminated as sections of standard gutters can easily be installed fitting to a radius in a faceted arrangement which will service a unique bow fronted building or convex feature.

Features and Benefits of Lindab RSKR – Radius Gutter Bracket

  • ​Combined gutter joint and fascia bracket
  • 4° alignment deviation tolerance at each joint
  • 2 fixing screws per bracket are required
  • Built in EPDM rubber gasket​


  • Plain Galvanised
  • Aluzinc
  • HB Polyester Coated- Black
  • Silver Metallic
  • Dark Grey
  • White
  • Brown
  • Coffee Brown
  • Dark Red
  • Tile Red
  • Pine Green
  • Anthracite Metallic
  • Copper Metallic​ 


To fit 125mm gutters only​​

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​Calculating The Number of RSKRs




  • Measure the width and depth of the curve; laying straight beams or gutters against the curve in the arrangement shown will help.
  • Apply the following formula to these measurements to calculate the radius of the arc: Radius = (d / 2) + ((w2) / (8 x d))
  • Mark each of the curve and measure the length of the arc.
  • Apply the following formula to calculate the angle of the arc: Angle = l / r
  • Apply the following formula to calculate the minimum number of RSKRs required: No. of RSKRs = (angle / 4) + 2
  • The result should be rounded up to the nearest integer.

Calculating The Gutter Length


The length of the gutter segments required can be approximately calculated using the following formula:


Gutter length = l / (No. of RSKRs - 1)


*Calculations are based on the assumption that the curve has a fixed radius and are for guidance only.​