Dampers Included Inside Transitions
- Is there a damper included inside all Wolf transitions?
- Are dampers built into all transitions?
- Are multiple backdraft dampers needed in certain applications?
- Do accessory transitions include a backdraft damper?
- The damper or transition is missing
All transitions provided with Wolf hoods come with a backdraft damper built into the transition.
- Downdraft systems do not have a backdraft damper.
- Cold-weather installations may require an additional backdraft damper to minimize backward flow of cold air.
- It should be placed as close to the roof or wall cap as possible.
- All Wolf Ventilation hoods, except Low Profile Wall Hoods, come with a backdraft damper connected to the transition.
- Any Wolf transition sold separately as a sales accessory transition does not have a backdraft damper built in or included.
- A separate damper should be installed to keep out the outside air and anything else that gets into the ductwork.
- For further ventilation information, refer to the Wolf Ventilation Guide. Refer to the product Installation Guide.
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