New Smaller Packs For Glazpart’s Premium Finish Link Vents

by | Feb 5, 2024 | Ventilation

Glazpart has announced that its Link Vent premium finish ranges are now available in handy packs of either 10 canopies or internal vents to help companies only buy the stock they need and add more value, both in terms of revenue and kerb appeal for homeowners.

The premium finishes available in the new handy sized packs are the premium woodgrain range, premium vac foiled range, premium sprayed colours, super matt finishes.

Dean Bradley, Glazpart sales director explained the rationale behind the new packs. “We are constantly listening to our customers and found that with the average number of windows per property being approximately ten, many companies only require Link Vents with premium finishes for just a few jobs a year. So rather than tie up stock, space and cash in excess stock, the new 10 packs mean that companies can order almost per job. This means they will not need to carry large stocks of Link Vent premium finishes and woodgrains. The new 10 packs will be ideal for fabricators who only need premium finishes occasionally.”

The Link Vent range sizes include 5000, 4000 and 2500 EQA. The vents are designed to fully comply with Building Regulations, Approved Document F1 (means of ventilation).

Glazpart says the Link Vent follows a clever design that is simple and user friendly for both opening and closing – the innovative closing action allows the closure plate to be positioned so that it reduces draughts by directing air away from occupants.

The Link Vent 4000 and 5000 closure plate is split to allow for partial (50%) opening and greater ease of opening of the ventilator.

The flexibility of the Link Vent also has rounded ends of the vent to allow for installation on timber windows and it is available in either screw or clip in fixing types – the design eliminates the need for end caps whilst the clip fix design (Pawl’s) allows for a fast, easy vent installation.

For more information visit Glazpart

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