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Insulated plenum for slot diffuser with 5 slots of 800 mm

Brand: Grada


Insulated plenum for slot diffuser with 5 slots of 800 mm
Insulated plenum for slot diffuser with 5 slots of 800 mm
Insulated plenum for slot diffuser with 5 slots of 800 mm
Insulated plenum for slot diffuser with 5 slots of 800 mm
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  • Insulated plenum
  • For SLS line diffusers
  • Connection diameter 250 mm

Insulated plenum for slot diffuser with 5 adjustable drums of 800 mm - Ø250

The insulated plenum is suitable for the SLS15 aluminium linear diffuser with five adjustable slots of 800 mm. The plenum has a safe connection of diameter 250 mm for spiral pipe.

Slot diffuser propertiesValue
For slot diffuser with slot length840
For slot diffuser with number of slots5 slots
Length835 mm
Height250 mm
Depth106 mm (excluding 50 mm spigot for pipe connection)
MaterialGalvanised steel (275g/m²)
InsulatedYes, with 6 mm melamine foam
AssemblyIn ceiling or wall mounting
Connection diameter250 mm with safe version
FunctionSupply and extraction


Brand Grada
Category Plenums for slot diffusers
GTIN 8719544135254
Manufacturer's item number SPS05-SG-002500800
Article number 37090761

Specifications

Plenum internally insulated Yes
Category code 59

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