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Connection piece for insulated EPS duct - 150/160mm
Connection piece for insulated EPS duct - 150/160mm
Connection piece for insulated EPS duct - 150/160mm
Connection piece for insulated EPS duct - 150/160mm
Connection piece for insulated EPS duct - 150/160mm
Connection piece for insulated EPS duct - 150/160mm

Connection piece for insulated EPS duct - 150/160mm

Article number: 14400420


Brand: HEATPEX


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Connection piece for insulated EPS duct - 150/160mm

This connecting piece makes it possible to connect a Ø150mm MVHR duct to an insulated Ø160mm EPS duct. The connection piece is for example mounted on the outside of the existing connection of the MVHR unit. The adapter is fitted between the existing MVHR connection and under the connected pipe, so that the length of the air duct is not affected. The adapter is specially designed for insulated pipes so that the air distribution system can be closed off airtight.


Benefits at a glance:

  • Is not visible
  • Does not affect the length of the channel
  • Material: synthetic rubber ensures high air-tightness
  • Easy to assemble
Brand HEATPEX
Categorie Insulated round duct (EPS)
GTIN 5908226244961
Manufacturer's item number 520116001
Article number 14400420

Specifications

Material Other
For tube diameter, large 160 mm
For tube diameter, small 150 mm

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