The Kair air valve is ideal for moderate ventilation in all rooms that have no special fire protection requires, such as toilets, cloakrooms, bathrooms, en-suites along with heat recovery ducting systems
The disc valve can be used both for supply and exhaust air.
Suitable for both supply and extract applications. Supplied with stainless steel mounting ring and adjustable inner core.
It is made of stainless steel with a brushed finished, making it weatherproof and suitable for use in outdoor areas.
The wide edge evens out potential bumps on the wall or diameters of the opening.
The corresponding mounting ring ensures a stable hold in thin materials such as ceiling panels or metal ducts, at the same time the ring also serves as a connection piece to flexible tubes.
Stainless steel ceiling supply valve with 145mm spigot. Connects with 150mm / 6" size ducting.
Can be used with in-line fan or multi-room extract system.
|Product Category||Ceiling Vents|
|Round System (mm)||150|
|Product Type||Wall Vent|
|Product Group||Metal Ducting|
|Spigot size (mm)||145|
|Packaged Weight (Kg)||0.417|
|Packaged Length (mm)||220|
|Packaged Width (mm)||70|
|Packaged Height (mm)||220|
|Temp Max (°C)||60|
|Temp Min (°C)||-15|
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Is this suitable to be used as the ventalition exhuast cover on a recirculating oven extractor vent.
Hi, We've just had a new bathroom fitted and would like (ideally) to fit a metal or chrome effect 'square' vent grill to the ceiling. Do you have such a thing? (We just require the grill) Thank you
my builder has installed one of each in my utility room and bathroom which are adjacent to each other. 1. is this just a vent or has it got an exhaust linked to it?? 2. is this exhaust as effective as other bathroom exhaust like vent-axia 100 T 3. DO we need to buy the exhaust separately for it??
Why is my diffuser spinning around so freely?
Thank you for your question :) All you need to do is adjust the locking nut on the thread up to the required position you want diffuser to stop. You can see the video explaining in depth by clicking this link: https://youtu.be/EIzBIWR4t5I
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