Ventilation for Cold-Weather Installations
- Cold air coming in through ventilation system
- Do I need an additional backdraft damper for cold-weather installations?
- Ventilation hood in cold air climate considerations
- Getting a cold draft from ventilation hood or downdraft
Consider the following when installing a Wolf Ventilation System in a cold-weather application:
- 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.
- Contact an HVAC contractor for specific recommendations.
- For damper information, refer to Dampers Included Inside Transitions.
- Also see, Ductwork for Wolf Ventilation System.
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