Flettner Ventilator TCX-2 with Round Base, BLACK
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We love our Flettners (two) installed on our horse trailer roof and we want you to have one, too!
THE BEST REASON TO INSTALL A FLETTNER VENTILATOR is that it is a wonderful GREEN, COMPLETELY QUIET WIND-POWERED vent that operates 24/7 to extract heat, odors, gas & moisture from your trailer, EVEN WHEN THE TRAILER (OR VEHICLE) IS COMPLETELY CLOSED UP!
So, no more having to leave a roof vent open or a window open anymore (no more rain or dust in the trailer). Just park the trailer where it can catch some breeze, lock it up & the ventilator turns non-stop. It is completely quiet, vibration-free, waterproof, leak-proof and needs no maintenance.
LOOKS COOL, TOO!
Now, when we open the back of the trailer after it has been closed awhile, it smells fresh! This spring, we installed a second Flettner TCX-2 in our trailer tack room. It's been refreshing to get rid of all the horsey odors, and the wet saddle blankets just magically dry overnight in the closed tack area.
Tested and approved by TRAIL PALS! In our initial tests, this ventilator lowered the temperature in the horse box of our enclosed horse trailer by 13 degrees--- (these are not verified scientific results). Installs in 15 minutes, after watching manufacturer's installation video on You Tube. All instructions & hole template included. Ships in the original box. Lifetime manufacturer's warranty on workmanship.
This vent has a round base, made to be installed a flat or smooth roof. Color: black. An adapter is needed (for both products) if the roof is insulated, (sold below).
*Requires a 3.86" diameter roof hole and two 5mm drilled holes to install. Installs flush to a flat metal roof. An adjustable "shutter" is mounted on the ceiling inside that can adjust the airflow or close the vent. Shutter shown below, installed in the closed position. All fasteners included.
Flettner ventilators can be easily mounted for home or buildings, by fitting the ventilator on a tall 4"diameter pipe (looks like a chimney). See more here: