The standard roof vent design, one that we have in our Duraflo SquareTop 6050s, has been around in both metal and plastic for over 40 years—and not much has changed in that time
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The standard sink trap has been a plumbing staple for over a century, and the lack of improvements on the original design are both a benchmark, and a challenge, to engineers everywhere.
For years, plumbers dreaded the thought of breaking test plates after pressure testing. It was a nuisance, regardless of using a mechanical plug, plastic test plate, or test ball.
There’s no arguing that working with grease is a dirty job, but as the saying goes, someone’s got to do it. And whether the general public is aware of it or not, we’re all a lot better off thanks to those that get some grease on their gloves. This is precisely why the Endura inlet baffle was designed to be as convenient as possible for all of its end users. Because if a job is going to be dirty AND thankless, we’ll be damned if it’s unnecessarily complicated, too.
After years of research, customer interviewers, and expert tinkering, Endura interceptors enjoyed an encouraging market debut. But as the reviews started rolling in, we learned many users were having problems with the covers. Bolts were being cross threaded, rusted, or just straight up lost. Back to the drawing board we went.
Scenario A: You have a traditional turbine vent on a metal base.
Scenario B: You have a WeatherPro ProTurbo vent on a plastic Easy Level Base.
Canplas hasn’t always been in the roof ventilation market, but before we were, most vents in the market were made of metal.
The next time you’re sitting beside the wing on an airplane, take a look out your window as you take off. You’ll notice condensation or rain being pulled up and over the surface by the air above it, almost like a vacuum.
The standard roof vent design, one that we have in our Duraflo SquareTop 6050s, has been around in both metal and plastic for over 40 years – and not much has changed in that time..
The idea is simple: airflow streams out of the attic through the bottom of the vent, getting rid of stale, old air from your home. Sometimes, however, these simple vents would also allow snow to fall straight into the attic.