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Stardome - Ventitlation & Kerb Options

PVC-U Kerb

PVC-U Kerb

  • A major improvement on GRP
  • Improved thermal performance
  • High insulation levels
  • Standard height 237 mm
  • Good internal finishes
  • Most suitable for domestic application or high-humidity situations
  • Cost effective custom designed risers available for use with deep insulation

GRP Kerb

GRP Kerb

  • Standard sizes only
  • Supplied insulated as standard
  • Often used in areas where high humidity is likely
  • Most commonly used for circular units


Metal Kerb (aluminium or steel)

Metal Kerb

  • Galvanised steel and aluminium offer excellent flexibility in terms of shape, height and angle of splay
  • Can be insulated
  • Custom made to specific sizes
  • Rarely used in domestic applications
  • Not recommended for use in a non-insulated form


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Skylight Ventilation

Stardome skylights provide ventilation, refreshing the air supply through extraction of old, stale air. There are many different skylights available. Performance levels differ from product to product, as displayed in the table below.

Kerb Performance Table

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Skylight Mechanical Ventilation

Under certain circumstances a more assured form of ventilation may be needed, where quantifiable air exchange performance is required. In these instances, a power fan can be fitted to the skylight unit.

SD300 Kerb Info SD320 Kerb Info

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SD340 Kerb Info SD390 Kerb Info SD350 Kerb Info SD350 Kerb Info

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