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Only $85.60 + $16.00 delivery Australia Wide, call 0423688352
This the only one that you can use with roof rack because of its lower profile 95mm it keeps working even when the vehicle stops and it comes with a inside vehicle trimms and it is 100% rain leak proof and it is 2X faster than any other and 100% maintenance free and has more propeller and fully balanced.
it has 2x 608ZZ Bearing 8x22x7 Double Shielded Miniature Ball Bearings

zz bearing

If you need installation on Van only $65 in Blacktown NSW
you need to call first to book.

Wind driven vehicle vent for use on trailers, utes, trucks, buses, caravans, boats, vans, and many other places.

The Vehicle Vent is made from impact resistant polymer and is easy to install on a wide range of vehicles.

This low profile wind-powered rotary roof ventilator provides ventilation for vans, buses, ambulances, 4x4s, boats and buildings. It has been designed to protrude a maximum of 95mm above the vehicle’s roof and low enough to fit under most roof mounted carrying racks, the 12 vaned air scoop rotates freely while the vehicle is in motion drawing out stale air. See extraction figures below.

Wind Speed
miles – km (per hour) Air Extraction Rate
Cubic Ft – M (per min)
12.5 – 20 25.5 – 0.71
25.0 – 40 52.0 – 1.48
37.5 – 60 82.0 – 2.33
50.0 – 80 112.2 – 3.17
62.5 – 100 144.6 – 4.09
75.0 – 120 175.4 – 4.95

Low profile roof vent fitting instructions

This low profile van vent is easy to mount – simply make a 130mm dia. hole and bond into place using suitable adhesive. Sika 552 is recommended as it bonds well to a variety of substrates without the need of special surface pre-treatment. If other sealant adhesives are used (i.e Fastcure 2000, SEAL212FC, 221 or 252) suitable primers must be used. Recommended Sika primers: SEAL210T & SEAL215. or any gutter silicone, No mechanical fixings are required.





Rail carriages
horse float
dog trailer
alpaca float
horse transport truck
Features and Benefits

Easy to Install
Made from impact resistant polymer
Removes heat from vehicles
Removes odours from vehicles

608ZZ bearing is made of Carbon Steel,608ZZ bearing has 2 metal shields to protect the bearing from dust or any possible contamination, 608ZZ is self lubricated bearing (bearing is already lubricated with oil)

Item: Radial Bearings 608ZZ
Type: Deep groove ball bearings 608ZZ
Closures: 2 Metal Shields
Material: Carbon Steel
608ZZ Bearing Size: 8mm x 22mm x 7mm
Dimensions: 8mm x 22mm x 7mm/Metric
ID (inner diameter)/Bore=8mm
OD (outer diameter)=22mm
Quantity: One Bearing 608ZZ
Dynamic load rating Cr: 3,300 N
Static load rating Cor: 1,350 N
Limiting Speed:
Grease Lubrication: 34,000 RPM
Equal: 608-2Z & 608-ZZ
Applications: Skateboards, Roller Blade, Inline Skating, scooter and Rollerblade and for the best roof wind turbine ventilator whirly
NSK: 608ZZ
NMB: R-2280ZZ
Equal: 608-2Z

Even if you don’t need a chiller conversion to make a refrigerated vehicle then you may still nede a roof vent. Roof vents may be wind driven are designed for the extraction of heat and fumes within the load compartment. Wind powered rotary ventilators, also known as whirly vents or whirly bird vents, are a popular choice for a wide range of applications. Having the convenience of not requiring an external electrical power source they can be fitted to almost any vehicle. Being wind powered they are much more effective than passive ventilators such as grille or cowls.

Ventilators are generally specified for three major reasons by van owners:

* To extract fumes or stale air from the vehicle (for driver and passenger comfort and for health and safety reasons). This applies especially to minibuses and to vehicles carrying gas cylinders, inflammable liquids or chemicals.
* To minimize condensation within vehicles. This applies especially to situations where vehicles are frequently stationary or where wet overalls and equipment have to be stored in the vehicle. The installation of the ventilators in this case significantly reduces the damage to equipment and the deterioration of the vehicle’s interior through water build up and mould.
* To reduce the temperature of vehicles during summer time for operator comfort and for the protection of equipment or perishable goods. (The daytime interior temperature of unventilated vans even in temperate latitudes during the summer months is typically 100º F (38 Cº) in the sunshine or higher still whenever the van is stationary).


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