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Compro-F surface-mounted louver VS-50

Article number: 1117

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Will the vertical lines of your façade continue over the grate doors? By adding vertical surface-mounted louvres, mounted in front of the doors, a complete louvre face is created.

Frames and doors are completely hidden from view. Combinations with ventilating and non-ventilating parts in the façade ensure a uniform line-up game.

The built-up VS air vents are made of aluminium so that they have exactly the same profiling as any adjacent or top grate coverings. The VS series can be used for, among other things, training rooms.

The tested combinations of the JAZO air vents and fire resistant cassettes ensure a WBDBO of 60/90/120 and even 135 minutes according to NEN 6069.

The Compro-F is made up of Foster Presto frame and door profiles. This system offers the possibility to meet various fire, burglary and sound-proofing requirements with different configurations of hinges and locks and door fillings.

The possibility of placing panic functions and access control systems is also provided.

JAZO only supplies fire-resistant doors and louvres made from profile systems that have been tested at accredited laboratories such as SKG, TNO and Peutz.

EFD simulation

EFD simulation

Pressure loss

Pressure loss
Features Wert
Pitch 59.5 [mm]
Build-in depth 66.5 [mm]
Drag coefficient in 26.19
Drag coefficient out 30.97
Nettflow 50 [%]
pressure loss according to EFD.Pro
V in/out (m/s) effectiveness (%)
0,00 94,00
0.00 94.00
0,50 84,00
0.50 84.00
1,30 72,00
1.30 72.00
2,00 43,00
2.00 43.00
2,80 18,00
2.80 18.00
sandblasting according to NEN-EN 13181: 2001, BSRIA
V in/out (m/s) rain
0,50 A
0.50 A
1,00 A
1.00 A
1,50 A
1.50 A
2,00 A
2.00 A
2,50 B
2.50 B
rain penetration classes according to NEN-EN 13030, BSRIA
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