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Plastic non-return valve Ø 100 mm - EEV100

Plastic non-return valve Ø 100 mm - EEV100
Plastic non-return valve Ø 100 mm - EEV100
Plastic non-return valve Ø 100 mm - EEV100
Plastic non-return valve Ø 100 mm - EEV100
Plastic non-return valve Ø 100 mm - EEV100
Plastic non-return valve Ø 100 mm - EEV100
Plastic non-return valve Ø 100 mm - EEV100
Plastic non-return valve Ø 100 mm - EEV100
Plastic non-return valve Ø 100 mm - EEV100
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Plastic non-return valve Ø100 mm

For backflow ventilation air at bathroom extractor fan. Suitable for the standard, luxury and design fans on our website with Ø 100 mm.

Brand Europlast
Category Bathroom extractor fan 100 mm
GTIN 4750492008591
Manufacturer's item number 75190018
Article number 75190018

Specifications

Fastening material available 0
GTIN 4750492216507
Suitable for wireless control 0
Color White
Material Plastic
Brand Europlast
Category code 22

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