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Sola-Vent Systems



Two New Designs - Two new sizes:


Monodraught’s fully integrated natural daylight and ventilation system, incorporating a 230mm diameter SunPipe, a solar powered extract fan and two compact-fluorescent downlighters. The system is ideally suited to internal bathrooms and shower rooms to meet current Building Regulations to provide
15l/s extract ventilation.


This is designed for larger areas, such as kitchens and utility areas, utilising the 300mm diameter SunPipe, which provides approximately twice as much natural light as the smaller 230 Sola-vent system.

It also incorporates a higher rated fan.
When these systems are used on Commercial applications the overall performance of the Sola-Vent system actually increases. Such premises are often used less at weekends, providing greater capability of the batteries during winter periods to recharge, allowing the system to provide up to five hours use per day.



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