Class Reunion - Class of 1969 - Liberty, Mississippi
Product details of the popular Round Air Ventilation Roof Insulation. Easily fitted: suitable for ceiling or wall-mounted installation. With no gap required to be attached to your existing roof, the entire structure can be erected in a matter of hours. Made with durable materials, the product is easy to assemble and install.
The round air ventilation roof unit is made with a sturdy aluminum frame, supported by strong dual-sided tape. This unit can easily be attached to a flat roof, a wall, or even to an apex polygonal roof. One of the product details is that it is easy to incorporate into a conventional or atrium type roof, and is also compatible with most roof systems, including the penthouse, bay, and inverted-pyramidal roofs. Its strong and sturdy aluminum frame makes it very simple to set up, with one person or more having a little difficulty in erecting the product. Its two parallel lightweight aluminum poles are designed to carry the weight of the entire structure, while its dual side channels make it easier to seal the seams.
The product details also feature a lightweight aluminum main structure, which is supported by five lightweight aluminum poles. This structure allows it to be easily erected on a roof, with little difficulty or time involved in erecting. Its rigid structure ensures that the product remains firmly affixed to the roof and is resistant to warping, and distortion. It has a lightweight design, which makes it easy to move around.
When it comes to its air ventilation system, the product details include its effective ability to reduce moisture, which leads to less condensation inside the attic. And the lightweight structure means it can be easily erected over the course of an hour or so on a low-clearance roof. And its rigid structure means that it will remain sturdy and secure and will not sag or bend. Another important detail that makes it even more desirable is its quiet operation. It uses a single-engine and is one of the most silent residential ventilation systems available to date.
The product details also feature a unique dual-axis design, with turbo air blower technology. Turbo air blowers use a system of turbines to create larger openings through the use of compressed air, which provides clean, dry air that is pushed through the fan blades. These large air openings create an efficient airflow, which is much faster than the airflow created by a standard fan. This allows for the efficient ventilation of the attic space, which means there will be a reduction in condensation, and heating costs.