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Stream-Vent roof cowl diameter 160 mm

Brand: Econox


Stream-Vent roof cowl diameter 160 mm
Stream-Vent roof cowl diameter 160 mm

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Roof slab Stream-Vent roof cowl diameter 160 mm
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  • Low resistance
  • Rainproof
  • Ø 160 mm

Stream-Vent roof cowl diameter 160 mm

The Stream-Vent roof cowls are low-resistance and suitable for vertical air supply and extraction. The open underside creates a lower pressure difference with the outside air, allowing more air to be displaced. This also makes the Stream-Vent very useful for a combination of several ventilation systems.


The optimal construction ensures that the cowl is barely affected by different wind pressures on the façade. Stream-Vent roof cowls are rainproof and meet the Airtightness Class D standard. The corresponding roof terminal, found under accessories, can be connected to a spiral pipe with a diameter of 160 mm.

Cowl featuresValue
Nominal duct diameter160 mm
External diameter of cowl230 mm
Working height642 mm
MaterialAluminium
Air streamVertical
FunctionSupply and extraction

The roof slabs for the Stream-Vent are available separately.

Brand Econox
Category Stream-Vent hood
GTIN 8719544080226
Manufacturer's item number 11100160
Article number 11100160

Specifications

With protection cover for walk-in Yes
Met isolatiering Yes
With mortar lid No
Category code 54

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Tips to reduce your energy bills with good ventilation
Tips to reduce your energy bills with good ventilation
Energy prices are skyrocketing, and decesion have to be made between eating or heating. It is time to make our homes more sustainable and thus save energy. In summer, our homes use less energy than in winter. In summer you are outside more often and the heating does not have to be switched on. In winter, we often keep the windows closed to keep the heat in, but unfortunately that is when the problems arise. There is no fresh air coming into our well insulated houses. The lack of fresh air leads to high CO2 levels, which in turn leads to various health complaints.
  • Felix Dijkmeijer
  • 30-09-2022