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CTP ø 121-160 mm

CTP ø 121-160 mm - Defaut

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Description Packg. * Code
Roof cowl CTP 125 (plastic) colour tuile (roof tile) 60 6008
Roof cowl CTP 150 (plastic) colour tuile (roof tile) 60 6009
Roof cowl CTP 160 (plastic) colour tuile (roof tile) 60 6010
Roof cowl CTP 125 (plastic) colour ardoise (slate) 60 6058
Roof cowl CTP 150 (plastic) colour ardoise (slate) 60 6059
Roof cowl CTP 160 (plastic) colour ardoise (slate) 60 6060
* packaged quantities are shown for information purposes – All items can be ordered singly
Roof cowl CTP 125 (plastic) colour tuile (roof tile)




The CTP roof cowl is used on air intakes or discharges in installations using forced ventilation, notably single and dual flowrate systems or domestic kitchen hoods.

It can be used on practically every type of tile or slate roof covering and provides excellent weather-tightness.

The cowl and the connecting duct are made from plastic.

 

- Shape the lead sheet by moulding it to the reliefs while avoiding the crimped edges.

- For tile roofs, lay shims in the direction of the battens to support the lead sheet at  and .


- Install the weather cowl with the airflow perpendicular to the roof slope (see figure opposite).


 
   A (mm)   B (mm)   C (mm)   D (mm)   E (mm)   F (mm)   G (mm)   H (mm)  Weight (kg)
CTM 125 72 203 280 125 80 500 400 140 3,5
CTM 150 72 203 280 150 80 500 400 140 3,5
CTM 160 72 203 280 160 80 500 400 140 3,5
Flowrate at 20Pa (m3/h)
 CTP Air discharge Air intake
 125 320 170
150 320 210
160 320 210

 Weather cowl

 Lead flashing

 Connecting duct

 

The metal sheath  for connection to the ventilation duct is trapped in the mouldable lead sheet  to form the weather seal.


The protective grilles prevent birds and rodents entering the system.