BigAir Sky Light Roof Vent for Preventing Condensation and Excessive Heat in New and Used Sea Cans, Shipping Container Homes, Cabins and Offices

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Engineered to be installed anywhere on shipping container, van trailers & all wood construction building rooftops. The BigAir Sky Light Vent lets in free natural light and ventilates hot air and fumes. Easy installation!

Adapts Duraflo ShedLight to fit the corrugated roof of the shipping container.

Eliminate moisture and excess heat with our state-of-the-art computer-modeled frame design which adapts the Translucent Duraflo Shed light In-Roof Vent.

The variables inside a shipping container are always changing. When the combination of those variables creates an environment prone to humidity, condensation will happen.

Those mentioned variables include, but are not limited to the following:
► Humidity
► Interior temperature
► Exterior temperature
► Wind direction
► Wind speed
► Foundation
► Adequate airflow under the container
► Direct sunlight to roof
► Direct sunlight to walls/doors |
► Type of contents stored
► The volume of contents stored inside
► Color of container
► Specifically the roof
► Number of stock vents in the container

 

Instructions Coming Soon

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Engineered to be installed anywhere on shipping container, van trailers & all wood construction building rooftops. The BigAir Sky Light Vent lets in free natural light and ventilates hot air and fumes. Easy installation!

Adapts Duraflo ShedLight to fit the corrugated roof of the shipping container.

Eliminate moisture and excess heat with our state-of-the-art computer-modeled frame design which adapts the Translucent Duraflo Shed light In-Roof Vent.

The variables inside a shipping container are always changing. When the combination of those variables creates an environment prone to humidity, condensation will happen.

Those mentioned variables include, but are not limited to the following:
► Humidity
► Interior temperature
► Exterior temperature
► Wind direction
► Wind speed
► Foundation
► Adequate airflow under the container
► Direct sunlight to roof
► Direct sunlight to walls/doors |
► Type of contents stored
► The volume of contents stored inside
► Color of container
► Specifically the roof
► Number of stock vents in the container

 

Installation Instructions

Instructions Coming Soon

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