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null 5 in. Starting Collar Take Off - Snap Together

5 in. Starting Collar Take Off - Snap Together

$3.68 /each

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Product Overview

The Master Flow 5 in. Starting Collar has a snap-together design for easy assembly. This starting collar can be used to transition from a flat surface such as a lined or duct board plenum to round pipe or insulated flexible ducts. Can also be attached to metal surfaces. Made of galvanized steel, this starting collar is made for durability. The 2 in. space between the bead and flange provides you with plenty of space for securing an insulated flexible duct.

  • Made of galvanized steel
  • Helps transition from lined or duct board plenums to round pipes or insulated, flexible ducts
  • Can be used with unlined, metal plenums
  • Snap-together design
  • 2 in. between bead and flange allow space for securing insulated flexible duct
  • Seal seams with code-approved mastic, sealant or duct tape (sold separately)

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5 in. Starting Collar Take Off - Snap Together is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Well Worth the Price The starting collar did its job, it did what its supposed to do. But the only weakness, where it connects together, it's a little flimsy. However, it works just fine. I'm just sorry I had to wait so long to receive it since it got accidently shipped to another state, but customer service were gracious in correcting the error.
Date published: 2015-12-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exactly What I Needed Bought this so I could run some 5" insulated ducting above my basement drop ceiling. Everything else was 5", and I wanted to keep that consistent. The house was built in 56'. Six inch insulated ducting would have been very difficult to run across the main support of the house. Five inch was perfect.
Date published: 2015-12-09
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