SMFU

Description

Areas of use:

  • To avoid the necessity of an exact length cutting of a duct when it is difficult to take a proper measure. E.g. the connection of a duct to a stub on an air supply terminal. In this case the slide-in coupling shall be secured with screws or pop rivets.
  • To make it possible to use a duct that is cut to a too short length – instead of having to cut a new duct to the correct length. In this case the slide-in coupling shall be secured with screws or pop rivets.
  • To eliminate or minimize the number of ordinary duct cuttings at building site – together with pre-cut ducts of shorter lengths. In this case the slide-in coupling shall be secured with screws or pop rivets.
  • To assist when inserting or adding an other product into an existing system. E.g. the cutting-in of an extra silencer. In this case the slide-in coupling shall be secured with screws or pop rivets.
  • To assist when removing an other product when cleaning a system. E.g. the removal of a damper with a obstructionable blade. Lindab do not recommend this use of larger dimensions than Ø315.
  • To facilitate access when inspecting and/or cleaning a system – by simply sliding the coupling. The coupling acts as an access cap. Lindab do not recommend this use of larger dimensions than Ø315.
  • To extend the distance between a T-piece and an access cap, e.g. EPFH or KCU, to get the cap outside any insulation. In this case the slide-in coupling shall be secured with screws or pop rivets only at its female end.

No Click function – has a closed turned-over end and hasn’t any notches.

1 Software

  • CADvent Enabler

    CADvent Enabler is a program that allows users to open dwg drawings, created with CADvent in AutoCAD.