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Betts Inbreating & Outbreathing Vents

Inbreathing / Outbreathing Vents

S.P. OUTBREATING 1 1/4 I.P.S.

The all new Single-Purpose Vents offer many advantages in venting. Vents are

designed for use where ease of cleaning is important or where additional venting

is required. May be installed singly or in multiples, according to requirements.

This vent has been flow tested and marked in accordance with Nat. Fire Protection

Assn. No. 385(1964) Par. 2263 and No. 407 (1964) Par. 616.

S.P. INBREATING 1 1/4 I.P.S.

Intake vent is designed to be used with Exhaust Vent or for additional venting

requirements. High capacity, ease of cleaning, few parts are outstanding features.

Vents are installed inside manhole cover and protected by means of a weather-

hood. This vent has been flow tested and marked in accordance with Nat. Fire

Protection Assn. No. 385(1964) Par. 2263 and No. 407 (1964) Par. 616.

S.P. INBREATING 1 6/8-12 I.P.S.

This vent is to be used with Exhaust Vent No. 3008. Vent is installed under

fill cover.; protected from weather and damage. Vent is easily cleaned and

available in a variety of materials. This vent has been flow tested and marked

in accordance with Nat. Fire Protection Assn. No. 385(1964) Par. 2263 and

No. 407 (1964) Par. 616.

This Pressure-Actuated Vent is rated at 10,000 cubic feet of air per hour at

5 PSIG. It is designed to provide the pressure-actuated emergency venting

as required by DOT MC-306, NFPA No. 385, and No. 407. This model

may be installed from the tank exterior in such devices as manhole covers

or pipe caps. The PAV 125 has been flow tested and marked in accordance

with DOT MC-306 Par 178.341-4 (e). NFPA 385 Par. 2263, and NFPA

407 Par. 616.