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Vent-Axia Sentinel Kinetic F / FH WTW filterset G3
Vent-Axia Sentinel Kinetic F / FH WTW filterset G3
Vent-Axia Sentinel Kinetic F / FH WTW filterset G3
Vent-Axia Sentinel Kinetic F / FH WTW filterset G3

Vent-Axia Sentinel Kinetic F / FH WTW filterset G3

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Brand: Econox


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Brand Econox
Categorie Vent-Axia Sentinel kinetic F / FH MVHR filters
GTIN 8719544185273
Manufacturer's item number 38027012
Article number 38027012

Specifications

Filter type MVHR filter
Filter class ISO filter 1 ISO coarse 50%
Filter class ISO filter 2 ISO coarse 50%
Filter class filter 1 G3
Filter class filter 2 G3
Suitable for MVHR brand Vent-Axia
Suitable for MVHR type Sentinel Kinetic Plus F / FH
Length 185 mm
Filter material Synthetic
Filter Surround Material Draadframe
Breedte 330 mm
Depth 5 mm
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