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RedLine Vent Tile

Provides roof space ventilation through the leading edge of the tile ensuring that the clean lines of the roof are maintained. It is ideal for use where alternative eaves and ridge ventilation systems are not appropriate.

Description

  • Three variants available: Interlocking, Plain Tile and DuoPlain
  • Minimal visual impact
  • Identical interlocks to the tiles ensure a simple and weathertight installation
  • Ventilates to comply with BS 5250:2011, therefore reducing the risk of harmful condensation in the roof
  • Tried and tested and complies with BS 5534:2014 requirements for mechanical fixing
  • Complies with BS EN 12056-2:2000, Gravity Drainage Systems Inside Buildings
  • To achieve roof space ventilation of 5,000 mm² per metre of run, install at 1.2 m centres (except DuoPlain 1.57 m)
  • To achieve roof space ventilation of 10,000 mm² per metre of run, install at 0.6 m centres (except DuoPlain 0.78 m)

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