VentSure® 4-Foot Strip Heat & Moisture Ridge Vents

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VentSure® 4-Foot Strip Heat & Moisture Ridge Vents work with VentSure® InFlow® intake vents and/or undereave soffit vents to help improve air flow through the attic.
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Description

OVERVIEW

VentSure® 4-Foot Strip Heat & Moisture Ridge Vents work with VentSure® InFlow® intake vents and/or undereave soffit vents to help improve air flow through the attic. They are flexible enough to conform to virtually any roof slope, and their unique baffle design improves airflow by keeping leaves, pine needles or similar debris from impacting the performance of the vent.

Outstanding performance – net free vent area** of 20 sq. in. per lineal foot
Excellent versatility – patent-pending corrugated ridge design and alignment tabs allow for additional flexibility and strength to accommodate virtually any roof pitch, resulting in a strong uniform ridgeline
Roof durability – proper ventilation helps maximize the performance of the entire roof system
As a key component of a VentSure® Balanced Air Ventilation System, the VentSure® InFlow® Vent is an essential part of the Total Protection Roofing System®^.

PRODUCT INFORMATION

Net Free Vent Area 80 sq. in. per strip / 20 sq. in. per lin. ft.
Nominal Length 48" / 4 ft.
Nominal Width 15"
Nominal Height 1"
Shingle-Over Width 12"
Allowable Roof Pitch 3:12 to 16:12

 

** Net free vent area = area of vents that is open to unrestricted air flow. As a general rule, 1 sq. ft. of net free vent area per 150 sq. ft. of attic space or area to be vented is recommended.

^ Excludes non–Owens Corning® roofing products such as flashing, fasteners and wood decking.


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Applicable Standards & Approvals

  • UL ER21292-01
  • ICC-ES AC132
  • FBC - TAS100(A) Wind-Driven Rain up to 110 MPH
  • TDI Approved For Use in Windstorm Catastrophe Areas
  • Florida Product Approval
  • Miami-Dade Product Approval

Ventilation Requirements

In order to create a consistent flow of cool, dry air through your attic, you need to make sure the air has a way to come in and go out: intake and exhaust. It’s important there is a balance between the intake and exhaust ventilation to help ensure air flows smoothly and efficiently.