Fixed cap especially designed for installation at the end of ductwork or on chimneys with in-line ventilation or suction fans. Ideal for applications that require the extraction of large volumes of air, fumes or gases.
Fixed cap usually fitted in installations that require some protection from the weather at the end of the ductwork.
Fixed, static cap perfect for mounting on most installations that require a finishing piece at the end of the ductwork. The design prevents any water from entering the ductwork and increases the system’s suction capacity as it operates at low pressures.
Formed by attaching a concentric ring to a section of pipe. Used to prevent rainwater from running down the sides of the cap and ductwork which could eventually enter the actual ducting system.
Formed from two detachable concentric, slightly conical half rings that are screwed together and designed with a 90° lip around the inner edge that is slightly bigger than the outer diameter of the ducting section to be connected. Attached to the ductwork using screws or rivets. Used to prevent rainwater from running down the sides of the cap and ductwork which could eventually enter the actual ducting system.
Formed by screwing together two detachable concentric, flat half rings. The inner edge is slightly bigger than the outer diameter of the ducting section to be connected. It is designed to provide a tight fit around any holes made in walls or metal panels pierced by the ductwork system.