Wall And Ceiling Long Vent Air Deflector / Diverter, Metal – 30″, Modern Design – Covers Mostly 4″X30″, 6″X30″ And 8″X30″, Vent Duct Openings
Use wall vent air deflectors when vents are at height, close to ceilings, or behind the curtains to unblock airflow into the room before it reaches the ceiling or in an unwanted direction. A wall or ceiling deflector is the perfect way to keep anyone who has to sit directly near the vent from direct heat or cooling directly on the face while working while sitting close to vents.
These rectangular-shaped air deflectors can be used on walls, ceilings, fireplace hoods, and window AC for residential and commercial uses. designed to redirect the flow of air coming from wall vents in heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems.
They are mounted on the airflow outlet of a wall grill register and increase the effectiveness of heating and cooling systems by directing the flow of air where it is needed most.
Modern-design Air deflectors are attached to the vent covers or grills on the walls. Deflectors are extremely versatile, enabling you to redirect airflow downwards or upwards in the room for optimized heating and cooling and to create better airflow circulation for both heat and AC. By installing vent deflectors, you can direct the airflow upward towards the ceiling or down in the room. Direct the flow of air up, down, left, or right in ways that bring more comfort and save energy.
improves household air circulation for heating and cooling while redirecting airflow into the room for better heating or cooling. and improves airflow indoors.
Material: cast aluminum, heavy-duty, unbreakable (the melting temperature of aluminum is 1220 F (660 approx.) Durable powder coat, available in matte black and matte white, re-paintable (It can be repainted with metal spray paint of your color choice.) The vent cover or grill is not included. We make custom sizes and finishes.
Easy Installation: It comes with pre-drilled countersink holes and matching screws. Put the deflector above the vent cover straight, and insert screws through the holes of the deflector through the wall with a drill machine or screwdriver. That’s all, and you are done. Note: For ceiling or wall applications, we recommend using self-drilling drywall anchors first, then inserting screws into the anchors to give a strong grip.
We make custom sizes and finishes for long air deflectors.