Scuppers are an architectural accent and fountain focal point. Delta Fountains has more than 20 scupper styles, each creating a different look of the water’s flow. Scuppers are stainless steel constructed, and can be powder-coated to meet your fountains’ ascetic. Below are the most popular styles, all of which were custom-designed for specific fountains. To view the fountains each scupper was created for, click the photos below. For more information on the individual scuppers featured here, or for a custom-designed scupper, contact us today.
The “V” Style Scupper is becoming increasingly more popular in outdoor fountain designs. The “V” shape controls water flow from a higher platform, but often has a wider splash zone.This scupper is stainless steel, and can be powder-coated to any color desired.
Pipe Scuppers are a classic choice for any water feature. This style can be modified to come cast-bronze or stainless steel to match the aesthetic desired.
Spill Edge Scuppers are designed to control a heavy flow of water smoothly over a rounded weir edge. Generally this style allows for a more controlled splash zone.
Tube Style Scuppers are a classic architectural fountain nozzle. These nozzles control a smaller stream of water then any of our other styles. Due to their full-enclosure design, these scuppers often have the smallest splash zone then any of our scuppers.
The Open Tube Scupper is meant to be embedded in a wall or pillar, with only the open top exposed. This scupper creates an extremely tight and clear flow of water, capable of little to no extra splash from any height. This scupper style was used in Oklahoma’s Legacy Park light and water show.
The Modified Spill-Edge Tube Scupper is a twist on the smaller tube scupper. This stainless steel nozzle can be powder-coated to any color desired.
Open Fall Scuppers offer a sleek design to your waterfall. These nozzles can be used for scupper purposes and as small waterfalls.
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