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This 60mm ducting can be used for both the air intake or the hot air output from the heater.
Use tee in locations where you want to split the output of the heater into two directions. For example, if you want one vent in the front area of your van and another vent in the rear you'll want 2x tees. In most installations we recommend a maximum of 3x tees
This elbow snaps directly onto the air inlet or outlet of the heater and can freely rotate 360 degrees allowing connection of flexible ducting in a tight space. Multiple elbows can be connected together.
This is a great vent for locations where you would like to rotate the vent/output with a flat profile. Important: threaded vents such as this one should be paired with a "backer sleeve" for each vent on your order. The vents have male threading and the backer sleeve has female threading. Threading the vent into the sleeve holds the vent in place through a cabinet/door/opening.
Be sure to add one of these "backer sleeves" for each threaded vent you have on your order.
This is a great vent for locations where you would like to rotate the vent/output with an angled profile.
This air inlet grate is often used when the heater is installed into a cabinet/box to allow air in to the location of the heater area. Can be used with or without ducting.
Unions are used to connect two lengths of ducting together.
These clamps should be used to clamp 60mm ducting onto each fitting or vent, etc.
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This part is designed to “snap” directly onto the air inlet or outlet of Air Top 2000 heaters.