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Ventilation for Raked and Cathedral Ceilings

 
 

Rooms with raked / cathedral ceilings are vented direct to atmosphere

 

 

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The upper region of the room or area has a high heat load consisting of convected and conductive load, resulting from the sun's radiation on the roof, which has overloaded and permeated through the insulation. This adds to discomfort in the living area somewhat unbearable.

Comfort is significantly improved with an appropriately sized Condor Kinetic Cupola Roof Ventilator installed to the roof, with a matched ceiling register, will allow the heat in the room to escape and in turn allow the cooler air outside to enter.

Air-conditioned houses, refrigerated or evaporative, benefit by having a Condor Kinetic Roof Ventilator installed, to eliminate air conditioner overload and reduce power usage.

Remember, cool air characteristically always falls to the lower region of a room.
It will not naturally rise up to the ventilator

Consequently only the upper region, of a multi level home, is vented naturally

Ceiling registers are manually opened and closed, or any incremental opening within the range, to control heat loss during winter. Electrically operated airflow controllers are also available.

The Condor Roof Ventilator is ideal for cyclonic regions.
Construction is welded stainless steel and finished with polyester resin in colorbond colours.

Fire Risk Areas

All Condor products are architectural in nature in that they are supplied project specific.
Roof
Ventilators are supplied as per roof type, pitch and profile enabling correct and efficient installation.

When requesting information about Condor roof ventilators please advise as to your dwelling type and size, roof type (steel, tile etc.) and your location.

Refer to manufacturer for specific colour

The motionless multi venturi Condor Kinetic Roof Ventilator - the most efficient natural roof ventilator in the world today.

refer to Architectural notes

   

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