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Vent-Axia Uniflexplus floor bracket for 1, 2 or 3 hoses Ø69mm
Vent-Axia Uniflexplus floor bracket for 1, 2 or 3 hoses Ø69mm
Vent-Axia Uniflexplus floor bracket for 1, 2 or 3 hoses Ø69mm
Vent-Axia Uniflexplus floor bracket for 1, 2 or 3 hoses Ø69mm

Vent-Axia Uniflexplus floor bracket for 1, 2 or 3 hoses Ø69mm

Article number: 11137687


Brand: Vent-Axia


Delivery time: 9 working days
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Vent-Axia Uniflexplus floor bracket for 1, 2 or 3 hoses Ø69mm

For 1,2 or 3 hoses.
This UniflexPlus air distribution system can be used for residential buildings, apartment buildings and small commercial buildings.

This is a universal ventilation hose system with user-friendly installation for the DIY enthusiast. The ventilation ducts are flexible and have a small diameter. This makes installation simple and efficient.

The advantages of this ventilation system for you at a glance:

• Patented click system. The ventilation pipe system is easy and time-saving to install.
• You have the flexibility to respond easily to unforeseen circumstances.
• This air system is anti-static and antibacterial. This guarantees healthy air quality for your ventilation.

See the UniflexPlus page for further installation instructions.

Brand Vent-Axia
Categorie UniflexPlus 69mm accessories
GTIN 8719956563157
Manufacturer's item number 8000001273
Article number 11137687

Specifications

Material quality Other
Material Steel
Nom. main duct diameter 69 mm
Surface protection Other
Type Accessory
Aansluiting aftakking Other
Connection main channel Other

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