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Unobtrusive light tunnels by Fakro

  • 8 Jun 2015

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The Fakro SF light tunnel has been developed to feature:

 

Light tunnels have popular for providing natural light to windowless areas.

  • An unobtrusive design using a roof window profile.
  • Highly efficient mirrors and light ducting, giving 98% light transference.
  • Integrated flashing, with a self-adhesive strip to aid installation over profiled tiles.

Options are available with flexible and rigid ducting and products come complete with an installation kit.

FAKRO GB Limited

FAKRO House,
Astron Business Park

Hearthcote
Road
Swadlincote

DE11 9DW

phone: 01283 554755

fax: 01283 224545

Visit Fakro's website

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