These aluminium ventillation grills are designed for recess mounting, via two opposing ribbed flange plates on the back, allowing you to press-fit the vent into a pre-cut ventillation hole.
The vent has elongated and rounded rectangular ventillation holes, and all cut edges are slightly bevelled for a nice smooth finish.
The measurement of the ventillation holes are 40mm x 7.5mm - bearing in mind this height and length will be at the largest measureable point of any given vent slot, as the ends of the holes are rounded.
Available in Silver, Gold, and Dark Bronzed finishes, these vents are 300mm x 80mm and are designed to press-fit into a hole 66mm high by 278-280mm wide.
- Written by Jack
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Today I want to talk to you about a range of ventilation grills. They are designed to go in plinths underneath the kitchen unit, or perhaps around the side and the back of the units etc. If you have fittings, electrical fittings, or whatever inside you kitchen centres now which is pretty common be it cookers, fridge-freezers, or fridges. Something like that. Sometimes there is a requirement for a bit of ventilation, and these are the actual units that we have here.
We managed to get the two different finishes. There's a satin anodized finish which is that finish there. And then there's this lovely brown, deep brown finish that we have here as well. They're both the exact same size, but we use this to be able to show you a little bit more information on it.
Now the way that it's actually fitted in is you would actually cut yourself a hole the size of these two projections here. You've got two projections on either side there, and the idea is that they're slightly serrated. I know if you can actually zoom in there and you can see the serration a little bit there. But the idea is that you jigsaw yourself out a hole and that serration then, as you push it in, will catch on to the chip board or onto the MDF and then hold itself into the actual plinth or in the side of a unit depending on where you want to fit it.
Now this particular one here, I got myself a ruler so I could get you some quick little measurements on it. This one here is the 300 millimetre version, it's 300 millimetres long. The outer face of it is, that there is 80 millimetres, and the sides of this here is 65 millimetres. So you're looking at cutting yourself about a 65 by, if I get a quick measurement there, 280 millimetres. That's roughly about the size of the hole that you would be looking at wanting to cut. There is a degree of tolerance there, all around. It is about 9-8 or 9 millimetres of tolerance all around, just in case you get a bit wobbly around your old jigsaw there.
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