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Broan RVK1A Roof Ventilation Kit

SKU: 284938
   based on 3 Reviews
50% recommend this product
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About the Broan RVK1A

The Broan RVK1A roof vent kit. This ventilation kit includes a model 636 black steel roof cap with built-in back draft damper and bird screen, a 4" diameter metal duct connector, two nylon zip ties, and a 3" to 4" duct adapter. The 8' of 4" diameter flexible foil ducting that is also included conforms to UL 181 Class 1 Air Connector requirements. Do not use the RVK1A roof vent kit for dryer venting.

Product Details

Manufacturer: Broan
Use: Ducting and Venting
Product: Parts and Accessories
Mpn # RVK1A
Shipping Dimensions 1.0" x 0.9" x 0.5"
Weight 3.00 lbs.

Product Features

  • Black steel roof cap with built-in back draft damper and bird screen
  • Do not use for dryer venting
  • Roof cap model number 636


Rated 2.7 out of 5 based on 3 reviews

Why don't you make a 6" collar for your 6" ducted fans? Rated 2 by Joseph
  No, I do not recommend this product.
For bathroom exhaust fan applications, studies have shown that a 6" duct has much less resistence than a 4" duct, thus maintaining the CFM output. In fact, your most efficient line of fans come with a 6" duct. Good weatherization practices require a secure attachment to a dedicated roof vent. Why not make a roof vent with a 6" collar. For that matter, why not also make a roof vent with 7" collar for your range hood fans?
Originally posted on Jun/2013

Conflicting information? Rated 1 by Matt1
This kit comes with flex pipe. Q & A number 6 from Broan customer service on this website advises to use rigid ductowrk when connecting to exhaust fans. Considering that this product is advertised as an bath and ventilation fan, can you enumerate as to why you include flex pipe with the product?
Originally posted on Jun/2014

For Master Bath Rated 5 by Johnr
  Yes, I recommend this product.
The Master Bath has a window but cannot use in the Winter. Installation was ok. The trips back and forth to the attic was a bother. Fan draws out the moisture. Purchased a higher priced product to get the lower sound decib as bathroom is very small. Works really well.
Originally posted on Aug/2015

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