The Jet Cox FireJet 165 24V/48V Range provides a smoke and heat exhaust ventilation system for all Commercial and Residential applications.
Supplied factory assembled and factory tested all products are certified to CE EN12101-2. FireJet roof smoke vents not only help to provide smoke extraction in the event of a fire but they also provide day-to-day controllable ventilation. Available in a wide range of sizes (many of which are held in stock) the Jet Cox FireJet range complies with the latest Building Regulations on Fire Safety and can be integrated into any Building Management System.
Linked to a central control panel, complete with a battery backup system in case of mains failure, the control panel can be triggered from either manual override switches local to the ventilator and the ground floor, by dedicated smoke detectors, or by interfacing with a third party smoke detection/fire alarm system.
The FireJet Range is available with CLEAR or OBSCURE polycarbonate glazing to enhance the buildings natural daylight or with a fully insulated ALUMINIUM solid cover.
Upstands can be specified either 300mm Splayed PVC-u or 300mm/400mm/500mm Splayed Metal.
FEATURES – COXDOME FIREJET 165 24V/48V
Sizes from 1000mm x 1500mm to 1500mm x 2500mm
Opens to 165⁰
Galvanised Steel Mechanism
Glazed Polycarbonate Cover or Solid Insulated aluminium Cover
One Mechanism regardless of size
Optional Day-to-Day Ventilation Position without additional motor
Extremely Low Noise Level
Compact 24V/48V DC Motor Unit / Sealed IP54
CE EN12101-2 Certified
Certificate 1368-CPD-C-002/2009 (I.F.I Institute, Germany)
Aerodynamic Free Area up to Aa2.74m² *
Snow Load up to 2400N/m²
Wind Load up to 1500N/m²
Low Ambient Temperature T(-15⁰)
Heat Exposure B300
Reaction to Fire Class E
Opening Speed <60secs
* Aa-Value in m² (aerodynamic effective smoke exhaust surface) according to DIN EN12102-2
Coxdome smoke vent mechanism types…
The addition of Cox Building Products Ltd to the JET Group will provide the UK with a strong, innovative organisation and by joining forces they are better fixed to service the UK’s construction industry.