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Vent-Axia UniflexPlus+ RV 125 mm controllable supply and exhaust air valve - white

Vent-Axia UniflexPlus+ RV 125 mm controllable supply and exhaust air valve - white
Vent-Axia UniflexPlus+ RV 125 mm controllable supply and exhaust air valve - white
Vent-Axia UniflexPlus+ RV 125 mm controllable supply and exhaust air valve - white
Vent-Axia UniflexPlus+ RV 125 mm controllable supply and exhaust air valve - white
Vent-Axia UniflexPlus+ RV 125 mm controllable supply and exhaust air valve - white
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Vent-Axia UniflexPlus+ RV 125 mm controllable supply and exhaust air valve - white
Vent-Axia UniflexPlus+ RV 125 mm controllable supply and exhaust air valve - white
Vent-Axia UniflexPlus+ RV 125 mm controllable supply and exhaust air valve - white
Vent-Axia UniflexPlus+ RV 125 mm controllable supply and exhaust air valve - white
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  • For supply and extract air
  • Maximum 75m³/h
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Vent-Axia UniflexPlus+ RV 125 mm controllable supply and exhaust air valve - white

The UniflexPlus+ RV valve from Vent-Axia is a stylish supply and exhaust air valve with 26 different settings. A unique feature of the UniflexPlus valve is the ease of installation and control. The desired air volume can be set instantly, without removing the valve from the ceiling. Regardless of the setting, the valve will always be the same height. This means that with a height of 27 mm, you always have the same look for each air volume. Cleaning is easy because it is not necessary to remove the entire valve from the ceiling. The cap is easy to remove from the valve base.

The safe plug-in connection offers the versatility of connecting the valve to a pipe with a diameter of 116 to 125 mm. In addition, the UniflexPlus+ RV valve is easy to install on any valve manifold from the UniflexPlus+ air distribution system.

The valve consists of anti-static, antibacterial and UV-resistant plastic (RAL 9016). At a supply or extraction rate of 50 m³/h, the sound level of the valve is a maximum of 22 dB. At a flow rate of 75 m³/h, it is only 25 dB.

Advantages of the UniflexPlus+ RV valve:

  • One valve for air supply and extraction
  • Up to 75m³/h for both supply and extraction
  • Lowest pressure drop value
  • Quiet: maximum 25 dB
  • Same look for each air volume
  • Low turbulence air flows: prevents accumulation of dirt
  • 26 settings, easy to lock
  • Very easy to control
  • Always the same height
  • Anti-static

If you prefer, the air stream can be blocked by one third (120°) using the blocker. This prevents vortexes on the wall. The special collar is available as an option. This collar makes it possible to install the UniflexPlus+ RV valve in a suspended ceiling or flexible hose.

Brand Vent-Axia
Category Vent-Axia Vannes
GTIN 8719956560002
Manufacturer's item number 8000000540
Article number 11130540

Specifications

Front diameter 170 mm
Front depth 27 mm
Adjustable Stands
Color White
Material Plastic
Type Extract
Type Supply
Shape Round
Category code 116
Connection diameter 125 mm
Connection Male (safe)
Airflow 75 m³/h

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