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Article #70715144 Modèle #TMR 014 Format 14"x14"x3.5'
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Tunnel de lumière

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Description

Le tunnel de lumière génère une lumière plus blanche et éclatante sans consommer d'électricité. Le modèle rigide procure un maximum de lumière. Zone déclairage efficace: jusqu'à 325 pieds carrés avec modèle rigide de 14". Finition stylisée. Diffuseur double givré qui procure une distribution de la lumière équilibrée, éliminant les points chauds. Approuvé Energy Star dans toutes les zones. 14 po x 14 po x 3,5 pi. Acrylique/aluminium. Brun/blanc.
ENERGYSTAR 

Attributs écologiques

Ce puit de lumière offre de meilleures propriétés isolantes et est certifié ENERGY STAR®, ce qui vous assure une efficacité énergétique jusqu'à 15% supérieure par rapport à un modèle conventionnel. En diminuant votre consommation d'énergie pour le chauffage ou la climatisation, vous contribuez à réduire les impacts environnementaux associés à sa production.

Caractéristiques

Energy Star
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TMR 10" what is the maximum length of tunnel. Believe I will require 8 to 9 feet of tunnel length. What length are addition tube sections available in? What is cost per section? Why is TMF only available in 14" tube and max 8 foot length. What is costs.

Posée par: jamesbeer
The maximum install length for the TMR 010 (10”) is 20 feet. It comes with 4’ in the box (a 2’ section and 2 elbow sections). When more is needed, use the ZTR extensions. The flexible tunnel of the TMF is not as reflective as the rigid. For this reason, the TMF 014 cannot be used for runs longer than 8 feet and there is no 10” version. In general the light output of the rigid 10” (TMR 010) and the flexible 14” (TMF 014) will be similar. Where possible, go with the rigid version for a brighter and more impactful result.
Répondue par: VELUXCustomerServiceTeam
Date de publication: 2019-06-06

Would like this to go in an area where there is only about 2 feet of attic. Can the tub be cut to suit?

Posée par: Mad Dar

I see a turret is available for the product.Is the turret's interior also mirror like?

Posée par: stefan12
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Tunnel de lumière est évalué 3.8 de 5 de 13.
Rated 5 de 5 de par Installed 14-years ago! I had 4 Velux units installed 14-years ago, and they have been excellent. I also have 3-Solatubes (in-place when we purchased), and the Velux Sun Tubes are equally as bright. In fact, the Velux tubes disperse light throughout the room better. I have had many visitors ask why I have my lights on during the day :). Yes, they're that bright! Mine are beginning to shows signs of age (cracking), and I'll need to replace the domes. For those who experienced low-light and/or a blue hue: I had the same issue when first installed. We had the tubes switched for rigid from the flex tubes and the problem was solved. I think the rigid must "funnel" the light more directly versus the many folds of the flex tubing. Try making the change and you might have better results.
Date de publication: 2018-01-18
Rated 3 de 5 de par condensation problems during cold weather we have 3 which were installed this summer. love the light, but this is our first winter with them and we've had condensation in and around the sun tunnels. there is water literally pooled up inside the tubes and we also had water dripping around the tubes during a brief warm up. we have a vaulted ceiling. not sure what the fix is, but our contractor has only suggested turning down the humidity which is already very low, about 20%.
Date de publication: 2018-01-12
Rated 2 de 5 de par Doesn't Perform I put this in thinking it was the same as my Solatube from a previous purchase at a dealer. Boy was I wrong. The Solatube looks turned on and the sun tunnel is half as bright. The technology in the dome is not the same at all. I am going to remove the sun tunnel and buy a Solatube from the guy I saw at the home show last year. Just spend the extra $$ for a Solatube. It's worth it. Check out the picture. They are both on the same piece of roof! Its pretty obvious which one is brighter.
Date de publication: 2018-10-26
Rated 4 de 5 de par Bugs in my sun tunnel. Common or poor install? I love my sun tunnel however have quite an accumulation of dead bugs in it. Is this common or was it poor installation causing it not to be sealed correctly? What can be done for current bugs and how to prevent more in the future?
Date de publication: 2017-10-16
Rated 1 de 5 de par the light is cold and blue I'm so disappointed. The light feels cold and blue. We have a flexible aluminum tube. Is there some way to make the light warmer?
Date de publication: 2017-12-21
Rated 1 de 5 de par Condensation/frost Had a 10" installed in new construction - had installed one in previous house and was happy. With this one we're getting condensation between the diffuser and the glass/plastic immediately above it, and the tube is covered inside with frost - very little light conduction. It's COLD (-1 today) here, should the tube have been insulated, and if so with what type of insulation? Want to be happy, again!
Date de publication: 2017-12-30
Rated 5 de 5 de par Velux TMR 14" sun tunnel We just moved into our house in mid December and in our kitchen there is a junction where the side wall meets another wall in an "L" shaped fashion. It was very dark in that corner. There are 3 "can" lights in the ceiling and at night they light up the area very well but we were't satisfied in the daytime. In our previous house we did have sun tunnels strategically placed in the ceiling and felt they worked very well so we decided that was the direction we wanted to go here. We ordered 2 14" tunnels and located a roofing contractor that was familiar with them to install them. They work great! The only concern we had was with a roof pitch of 12/12, every foot we moved them towards the ridge it extended the length necessary by a foot and we ended up using the 4 feet of tunnel that came with the fixture plus another full 2 foot extension plus part of another extension for each tunnel. We found it rather humorous that when the inside 'helper' had his head up inside the tunnel during installation he complained about the brightness from the shiny inside of the tunnel.
Date de publication: 2018-06-10
Rated 5 de 5 de par Love all the light Has the first one installed in a windowless bathroom and guest ms were constantly trying to turn off the light . Added two more to our greatroom and could not be happier with the brightness even on a cloudy day.
Date de publication: 2018-02-08
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