Sound Curbs
Sound Curbs
Sound curbs are used for mounting most exhaust/supply fans and units weighing less than 1000 lbs., in sound-critical applications. These curbs feature a sound-attenuating baffle that reduces the noise created by rooftop equipment from entering the building. Several models are available to ensure the perfect fit for each roof; whether flat, pitched, or ridged (double pitch).
Sound Curbs
Sound curbs are used for mounting most exhaust/supply fans and units weighing less than 1000 lbs., in sound-critical applications. These curbs feature a sound-attenuating baffle that reduces the noise created by rooftop equipment from entering the building. Several models are available to ensure the perfect fit for each roof; whether flat, pitched, or ridged (double pitch).
Sound Curbs
OVERVIEW
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ATI

A straight-sided, sound attenuated roof curb for use on flat roofs. Includes a wood nailer for the attachment of roofing material.

  • 18 or 24 in. heights
  • 2 in. flashing flange
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ATIP

A straight-sided, sound attenuated roof curb for use on pitched roofs. Includes a wood nailer for the attachment of roofing material.

  • 18 or 24 in. heights
  • 2 in. flashing flange
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ATIR

A straight-sided, sound attenuated roof curb intended for use on ridged or double-pitched roofs. Includes a wood nailer for the attachment of roofing material.

  • 18 or 24 in. heights
  • 2 in. flashing flange
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ATS

A canted, sound attenuated roof curb for use on flat roofs. Includes a wood nailer for the attachment of roofing material. The cant aides in the transition of roofing material.

  • 18 or 24 in. heights
  • 1 1/8 in. flashing flange
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ATR

A canted, sound attenuated roof curb for use on flat roofs where the curb body is recessed into the roof achieving a lower overall height. Includes a wood nailer for the attachment of roofing material. The cant aides in the transition of roofing material.

  • 18 or 24 in. heights
  • 1 1/8 in. flashing flange