Anti-Draught 'Black Hole® Vario' Telescopic Ventilator BM701/5 Rustic Brown• Includes cavity liner, anti-draught, baffles, extension piece, air blast cowl, flush-fit airbrick and white internal grille.• Double brick size, supplied in three parts - telescopic to fit walls 230-375 mm. • Available...
Anti-Draught 'Black Hole® Vario'
Telescopic Ventilator BM701/5 Rustic Brown
• Includes cavity liner, anti-draught, baffles,
extension piece, air blast cowl, flush-fit airbrick
and white internal grille.
• Double brick size, supplied in three parts -
telescopic to fit walls 230-375 mm.
• Available in three different coloured cowls
to match brickwork.
• Rated Input: Max 27 kW (92,000 Btu/h)
Free area cm²: 100 cm²
|Alternative Product Code||K-BM701-5|
|Product Type||Black Hole|
|Packaged Weight (Kg)||1.3|
|Packaged Length (mm)||285|
|Packaged Width (mm)||280|
|Packaged Height (mm)||210|
Last Orders for delivery before Christmas
Please call us on 020 8463 9696 or place orders online by midday Thursday 20th December 2018.
Will be limited only to online queries, please allow up to 48 hours for a response.
All orders are subject to availability. Please call us on 020 8463 9696 to check availability or likely despatch date.
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Closes: 4:30pm Thirsday 20th December.
Opens: 8:00am Wednesday 2nd January 2019
|Shipping Method||Under £100*||Over £100*|
4 to 7 Days (Orders under £25 inc VAT)
4 to 7 Days (Orders over £25 inc VAT)
2 to 4 Days (Interlink or TNT)
Next Working Day Delivery+
* Usually £200+vat
+ Order before noon for Next Working Day Delivery for items in stock
Excludes Highlands, Islands, and Certain Postcodes.
Please Note: Ducting tubes over 200mm in diameter and 3 metres in length may incur additional shipping charges.
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Hi I am writing to ask for some advice. I've recently bought a house that I am doing up. Many of the rooms have air bricks hidden behind the wallpaper. The house is approx 1930's and didn't have central heating until now. Do I need to retain the air bricks in the bedrooms upstairs? They appear to have remnants of white cavity wall insulation in them and have nothing lining the hole. If I do need to keep them, should I buy something like this to bridge the cavity? Is there a product that also helps reduce the noise passage whilst letting air flow? Thanks very much Gareth
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