Made from pre-galvanised steel with spring-loaded vanes of aluminium, the back draught shutter can be fitted in any position in circular ducts.
|Round System (mm)||150|
|Manufacturer Product Code||892106|
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|Shipping Method||Under £100*||Over £100*|
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Please Note: Ducting tubes over 200mm in diameter and 3 metres in length may incur additional shipping charges.
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I can't see any difference between this shutter and others available on line at a quarter of the price as details are in short supply. Perhaps you could advise me of the differences as this is being installed in a domestic MHVR system
Thank you for your question. The product you are looking at is made from pre-galvanised steel with spring-loaded vanes of aluminium. We also do plastic backdraught shutters. They both do the same job and you have a two choices to choose from.
Can this backdraught shutter be mounted in a horizontal position? Thanks!
Thank you for your question. Yes it can be fitted horizontally.
DO YOU HAVE OR CAN I OBTAIN A RECTANGULAR BACK DRAUGHT SHUTTER IN PLASTIC TO FIT MANROSE SYSTEM 125. THE SIZE IS 150X70MM
Morning, If I was to install one of these into a fixed piece of ducting connected to a domestic cooker extract unit would the air movement be strong enough to open the shutter Many thanks
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|Ducting System||Actual dimensions (mm)||Space requirements (mm)||Airflow mm²|
For 4" (100mm) extractor fans or for low power cooker hoods up to 250m³/hour
|System 100 - Round||100||106||7,854|
|System 100 - Rectangular||110 x 54||116 x 60||5,940|
For medium extraction rates or if available depth is limited up to 500m³/hour
|System 125 - Round||125||131||12,272|
|System 125 - Rectangular||150 x 70||156 x 76||10,500|
For 6" (150mm) extractor fans or for high power cooker hoods up to 500m³/hour & above
|Megaduct 220 - Rectangular||220 x 90||227 x 97||17,968|
|System 204 - Rectangular||204 x 60||210 x 66||12,240|
|System 150 - Round||150||156||17,671|
|System 150 - Rectangular||180 x 90||186 x 96||16,200|
For a shallow space, such as ceiling voids or under floor, where high extraction rates are not needed:
|System 300 - Rectangular||308 x 29||314 x 35||8,932|
|System 225 - Rectangular||234 x 29||240 x 35||6,786|
| System 100 |
| System 125|
| System 150|
|System 204||System 225|
|System 220||System 300|
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