A ventilation system ends or starts on the walls of the building or the roof where roof outlets or intakes are used. The supply the air into or eject the air from the system; depending on the needs, you may use the simplest C1 or C2 types – or the more complicated D type which is designed for vertical ejection.
They are connected with the system by means of the roof lead-ins whereas the bases protect and insulate the entire structure on the roof.
The mounts are frequently connected with the roof fans and sometimes with silencers – in such cases, the entire system can work as a separate production hall ventilation system.
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|System description - Roof hoods and cowls|
|Rectangular roof elements|
|Rectangular roof intake and exhaust vents|
|Round roof elements|
|Round roof intake and exhaust vents|
|Rectangular wall inlet and outlet grilles|