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Stainless steel wall cowl Ø 150 mm with angled cap and back draught shutter (high passage) - D5G150
Stainless steel wall cowl Ø 150 mm with angled cap and back draught shutter (high passage) - D5G150
Stainless steel wall cowl Ø 150 mm with angled cap and back draught shutter (high passage) - D5G150
Stainless steel wall cowl Ø 150 mm with angled cap and back draught shutter (high passage) - D5G150
Stainless steel wall cowl Ø 150 mm with angled cap and back draught shutter (high passage) - D5G150
Stainless steel wall cowl Ø 150 mm with angled cap and back draught shutter (high passage) - D5G150
Stainless steel wall cowl Ø 150 mm with angled cap and back draught shutter (high passage) - D5G150

Stainless steel wall cowl Ø 150 mm with angled cap and back draught shutter (high passage) - D5G150

Article number: 35001503


Brand: DEC International


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Stainless steel wall cowl with angled cap and back draught shutter

The D5G wall cowl from DEC INTERNATIONAL is a square external louvre with a fixed angled cap for the extraction of air in your ventilation duct. The back draught shutter in the grille will open in the event of overpressure. Furthermore, this valve helps to avoid a reverse air stream, as well as being resistant to water and wind.

The wall cowl is suitable for mounting on a round ventilation duct and is made of durable stainless steel 304/2B.

For the dimensions of the wall cowl with angled cap and back draught shutter, please refer to the document "Technical specifications of wall cowl" below.

Brand DEC International
Categorie Extractor grille
GTIN 8716236340620
Manufacturer's item number D5G150
Article number 35001503

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