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Bar grille for floor mounting with clamping springs - 400x100 mm
Bar grille for floor mounting with clamping springs - 400x100 mm
Bar grille for floor mounting with clamping springs - 400x100 mm
Bar grille for floor mounting with clamping springs - 400x100 mm
Bar grille for floor mounting with clamping springs - 400x100 mm
Bar grille for floor mounting with clamping springs - 400x100 mm
Bar grille for floor mounting with clamping springs - 400x100 mm
Bar grille for floor mounting with clamping springs - 400x100 mm

Bar grille for floor mounting with clamping springs - 400x100 mm

Article number: 37030221


Brand: Grada


Delivery time: 21 working days
Adviesprijs £95.15
£76.12
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Bar grille for floor mounting with clamping springs - 400x100 mm

The Grada bar grille for floor mounting is suitable for the supply and extraction of both cooled and heated air. The grille is mounted in the floor and this results in a sleek and aesthetic design. The grille has straight bars and is supplied with mounting clips.


Bar grille propertiesValue
Nominal width400 mm
Nominal height100 mm
AssemblyClamping springs
ConstructionAnodised aluminium
Installation depth35 mm
FunctionSupply and extraction

This bar grille is not suitable for wall mounting. Still looking for a grille for installation in the wall? Take a look at the bar grilles for wall mounting.

Brand Grada
Categorie Bar grilles floor mounting
GTIN 8719544122346
Manufacturer's item number AK700--04000100
Article number 37030221

Specifications

Nom. channel height 100 mm
Front width 420 mm
Front height 120 mm
Built-in depth 35 mm
Nominal channel width 400 mm

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