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Ruck® panel air filter M5 for ROTO 1050 H - LFP 65 M5
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Ruck® panel air filter M5 for ROTO 1050 H - LFP 65 M5
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Ruck® panel air filter M5 for ROTO 1050 H - LFP 65 M5

Article number: 65141348


Brand: Ruck ventilatoren GmbH


Delivery time: 14 working days
Adviesprijs £108.17
£75.71
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Ruck® panel air filter M5 for ROTO 1050 H - LFP 65 M5

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Brand Ruck ventilatoren GmbH
Categorie Replacement filter
GTIN 8719544153739
Manufacturer's item number 141348
Article number 65141348

Specifications

Breedte 725 mm
Depth 96 mm
Filter class M5
Filter class ISO ISO ePM10 65%
Length 262 mm
Filter Surround Material Cassette

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