The Kenstack is a Natural Roof Ventilator suitable for mounting onto any type of roof construction including glazing in either a sloping or flat horizontal position.
To provide a means of exhaust of warm, stale or contaminated air from a building.
In any natural ventilation scheme involving conventional industrial buildings the optimum position, under normal circumstances, is to provide a system of air extraction through the highest point of a building. The Kenstack can be mounted high up the roof slope just below the ridgeline.
It can be manufactured to suit any pitch of roof and can be fixed to any type of sheeted or decked roof.
The Ventilators are offered in a range of materials and colours to colour match or contrast with the roof claddings.
Each Ventilator is custom made to suit individual requirements with a variety of functional and control options.
Design and Installation Flexibility
With such a wide range of throat opening widths and lengths, together with the option of employing as many units as required, design and installation options are limitless.
- Permanently Venting.
- Controllable ventilation – by means of operable internal damper.
Manual Nylon covered wire cable to:
- Clam Cleat/Clutch Control – variable setting.
- Winch – variable setting.
- Friction loaded – variable setting.
Pneumatic For day to day opening and closing, also enables optional connection to smoke detection and building management systems.
Fusible Links These can be fitted in conjunction with any of the above control options to provide overriding release. Alternative temperature rated links are available.
Electro-Magnets These retain the damper in the closed position until de-energised by remote signal. Units fitted with electro-magnets require manual re-setting.
Electric Actuation For day to day opening and closing, also enables optional connection to smoke detection and building management systems.
Available in a wide range of standard throat widths from 152mm to 914mm, units are made-to-measure in lengths and configurations to suit your requirements.
The unit was subjected to a series of independently controlled tests to determine the aerodynamic performance of the design.
Aerodynamic co-efficient – 0.24
Aluminium alloy units weigh 18-70kg
Plastisol steel units weigh 28-104kg
Materials & Finishes
The most commonly used materials are:-
- Mill finish aluminium
- Plastisol coated steel
- PVDf coated steel
Other materials and finishes include:- Aluminium with a polyester powder paint finish (including Syntha Pulvin) with a wide choice of colours and gloss levels.
Steel units manufactured using galvanised steel in mill finish or with a polyester powder paint finish.
Pre-coated units manufactured using a wide range of coated aluminium and steel substrates including HPS200 & Prisma.
- Bird guards
- Insect mesh
- Internal closure trim flashings
- Security guards
- Fusible Link Shields – for use in sprinklered buildings
- Extension plates to ventilator base end flanges
Dampers (where fitted) are pivoted on double bush nylon bearings. Maintenance should be carried out in accordance with McKenzie-Martin’s recommendations.
System Design & Product Selection
Assistance with scheme design and product selection is offered by our experienced technical team.