Sub Floor Kit 4 - VKM 125 for area up to 70m3 with 2 Intakes
CUSTOMER NOTICE: This fan is available to purchase on PRE-ORDER. ETA Early November. Any orders placed will be dispatched when in stock.
The Sub Floor Kit is a pre packaged sub floor ventilation solution consisting of an inline fan and all necessary components required to put together a ventilation system. This includes a fan with connected to a lead and plug. However, if you are purchasing additional accessories, please check to see if they require hard wiring by an electrician. View all technical information below:
Sub Floor Kit 4 Features Overview:
|Fan Capacity||355 m3/hr|
|Ducting:||6m of 125mm flexible duct|
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Sub Floor Kit Includes
- 1x VKM 125mm Inline fan
- Fan comes with lead and plug. If purchasing additional speed controller, the fan will need to be disconnected from the lead & plug and hard wired
- 2x 6m of 125mm duct
- 3x Vents
- 1x T Junction 125X125X125
- 1x 24hour Timer (The timer is plugged into a standard power point)
- 1x Flex & Plug (The fan is then plugged into the timer)
- 1x Roll on hanging tape (allows ducting to hang from joists)
- 1x Roll of duct tape (allows secure connection of the system)
Some buildings have very little subfloor ventilation. Inadequate underfloor ventilation can lead to an accumulation of moisture in the sub floor. This in turn can cause structural and health problems for the home and it’s occupants.
The most common reason for inadequate under floor ventilation is that there not enough vents, or they are too small for the size and layout of building. Building extensions, building location and soil type can all contribute to problems in the subfloor.
|Installation||Includes Lead & Plug, Accessories May Require Hardwiring|
|Capacity (l/s)||99 l/s|
|Capacity (m3/hr)||355 m3/hr|
|Rec Room Size (m3)||24|
|Built in Draft Stopper||No|
|Warranty||The Manufacturer offers a 2 year replacement warranty (conditions apply)|
|Disclaimer||*'Recommended room size" figures are based on achieving 15 air changes per hour. Generally this is sufficient, however it does not constitute specific advice. All products that require hardwiring will need to be installed by a licensed electrician.|