Duct and fittings for linesets

The Slimduct lineset-protection cover kit provides the duct and fittings necessary for protecting and aesthetically concealing linesets in a routine central split-system or minisplit air conditioning installation.

03/09/2016


The Slimduct lineset-protection cover kit provides the duct and fittings necessary for protecting and aesthetically concealing linesets in a routine central split-system or minisplit air conditioning installation. Courtesy: RectorSealRectorSeal's Slimduct lineset-protection cover kit provides the duct and fittings necessary for protecting and aesthetically concealing linesets in a routine central split-system or mini-split air conditioning installation. The kit's premium-grade duct and fittings are designed and selected for commercial building and include three couplers, wall inlet, end fitting, 90-degree flat elbow, zip ties, and rustproof SAE 304 stainless steel fastener screws. The duct and fittings accommodate air conditioning industry applications and are suitable for temperatures -80° to 140°F. UV-, weather-, and scratch-resistant, they are constructed of heavy-duty PVC extruded lengths and injection-molded fittings. Slimduct's installation requires no additional brackets, fasteners, or hardware.

RectorSeal

www.rectorseal.com



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