Klober Uni Line Low Profile Natural & Man Made Roof Slate Vent

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£19.95
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Description

Klober Uni Line Low Profile Natural & Man Made Roof Slate Vent

The Uni Line Slate Vent is a cleverly designed, fully wind tunnel tested in-line slate vent, suitable for roof pitches of 22.5 degrees and above.

Features:

  • Minimum free ventilation area 12,000mm2
  • Universal application suits both 600mm x 300mm or 500mm x 250mm double-lap slates (man-made and natural)
  • Designed for roofspace ventilation at low or high level
  • Suitable for roof pitches of 22.5 degrees and above
  • No soil/mechanical adaptor required
  • Unique 'chevron-shield' weather bar system deflects wind-driven rain
  • Unique 'drainage bar' discharges water and debris from within the vent
  • Integral grille bars provide 4mm insect screen

Technical

Airflow

  • 12,000mm2 free ventilation area (6,500mm/2 effective area)

Spacing Centres

  • 1.2m centres for 5,000mm/2
  • 0.6m centres for l0,000mm/2

Regulation

  • Uni-Line Slate Vents comply with the requirements of the Building Regulations (Approved Document F2: 1995) and the relevant British Standards (BS5250: 1989 Control of Condensation in Buildings).

Features

  • Designed for roofspace ventilation at low or high level
  • Suitable for roof pitches of 22.5 degrees and above
  • Supplied complete with an integral downpipe allowing direct ventilation to the roof space
  • No soil/mechanical adaptor required

Fixing

Installation:

  • The slate vent is positioned directly in line with the the slate below and an inverted T opening is cut within the underlay to accomodate the downpipe.
  • Once the downpipe has been located through the underlay opening, the slate vent is located on, and fixed to the tile batten.
  • The front skirt is then dressed onto the top of the tile below, which should be clean, dry and free from dust.
  • The slates either side of the vent are laid and prior to the the slate above being laid, the upper skirt needs to be pushed down.