This aluminium rectangle ventilation grill is designed for recess mounting into a plinth or an area where extra ventilation is required. It is often important to vent your kitchen units especially around appliances where heat or even moisture can be an issue.
These have ribbed flanges along the back allowing for easy press-fitting into a pre-cut hole / recess in your cabinet unit, and all edges are minorly bevelled to avoid sharp edges.
The vents boast a high ventillation area per hole, due to its 40 elongated 7.5mm oval shaped ventillation slots, giving a total of 237cm2 ventillation area!
Finally, as you will see in the photo and video, these are finished beautifully in a Universal F1 Silver finish.
- Written by Jack
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Hi, guys. My name is Darrel and I'm head of the tech team here at Locks Online. Thanks for taking some time to tune in and have a quick look at one of our product review videos. Now, we're putting these videos together, these short, little videos just to be able to give our customers the opportunity to see the products that we have to offer in the flesh, so to speak. So therefore then it can help you make a more informed decision as to whether or not this is the product that you're after.
Now today what I've got in front of me here is this ventilation grill. It's part of the aluminium range of ventilation grills that we have on our website. This particular ventilation grill has the ability to be recessed in. I don't know if you can zoom in just on that little ridge there. You will see that that is actually serrated. So the idea is that on the side of a kitchen unit or on an assembly somewhere, if you've got a fridge freezer in there that needs ventilation or a washing machine, anywhere within a kitchen unit or anywhere else that you think that you need a bit of ventilation, cut yourself a hole in the side or in the plinth, et cetera and you are able to then just push this in here and it just finishes off the whole ambiance of it all. Around the corner it's slightly chamfered. I don't know if we can actually get in to zoom that and you can just see there, it's got a slight chamfer all the way around. So it really, really locks a nice piece of equipment when you finish with it. Again, it's quite thick. It's substantially thick, so it's quite a solid . . .