AiroMatic powered by Air iQ

AiroMatic is set to a powerful fixed speed for continuous, high performance ventilation. It also includes a built-in Air iQ smart box that can automatically detect heat and humidity to protect the home when it matters most.*

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AiroMatic in summer 
During summer your roof space can reach temperatures of up to 70°C which could soak down through insulation into your home. This heat also makes air conditioning less efficient as it has to work harder to push cool air into the living areas. 

AiroMatic’s preset powerful fixed speed setting delivers continuous, powerful and effective ventilation day and night to cool the roof. AiroMatic also has a smart temperature sensing control system that automatically detects and removes heat from the roof space on those stifling hot summer days, so it saves energy and only works when it needs to.

AiroMatic in cooler months
During winter, humid air from cooking, cleaning & washing your clothes, rises into the roof space. Without ventilation, this humid air can turn to condensation which can cause mould, mildew or even structural damage to your home. 

AiroMatic’s high flow rate extracts humid air from the roof which helps minimise condensation formation in order to prevent mould growth, or structural decay of timber.

Additionally, the clear acrylic dome is designed to allow light into the roof space to deter pests that can cause allergens thus, increasing comfort in your home. 

What is the benefit of a smart vent?
The biggest benefit of installing a smart roof vent is that one smart vent has power equivalent to 6 natural driven vents. Smart vents also have the benefit of working on a continuous basis, without reliance on the wind for a low cost of $35/ year based on $0.28 per kW/H.

How many AiroMatics do I need?
A single AiroMatic can be sufficient to ventilate roof spaces up to 127m2. Ultimately, the number of ventilators you will need will depend on the size and pitch of your roof space. For detailed information, refer to our Product Technical Statement under the Downloads section, or contact the Bradford Ventilation team and we can help you with a solution custom to your needs. 

*Operating mode preset to fixed speed for NCC2019 compliance. For more information on how to activate Air iQ and alternate settings, see the Product Manual at bradfordventilation.com.au

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Installation Guidelines

See below for installation guidelines or download the Airomatic Product Manual for detailed step-by-step-instructions.

DIY Installation video for tiled roofs

Installation for tiled roofs

Airomatic installation - tiled roofRemove one tile three rows down from ridge cap. Cut and fold back sarking if required.

Airomatic installation - tiled roofSlide the flashing under the tiles above the opening and fold the bottom edge to seal against lower tiles. Apply a bead of silicone under the side and front edges of the flashing for a weatherproof installation.

Airomatic installation - tiled roofFrom within the roof space, fit the fixing strap by hooking it between the flashing up stand and the outer housing.

Airomatic installation - tiled roofScrew or nail the fixing strap to the bottom batten.

Installation for metal roofs

Airomatic installation - metal roofPosition vent appropriately and slip the top edge of the flashing under the ridge capping. Mark the position of the vent. Back flashing must be used if positioned lower down the roof.

Airomatic installation - metal roofUsing the marks, cut a 250mm square opening.

Airomatic installation - metal roofSlip the top of the flashing under the ridge cap and dress the flashing into the metal sheet corrugations. Run a bead of silicone underneath the three exposed sides.

Airomatic installation - metal roofSecure the flashing to the metal sheeting with TEK screws or sealed rivets along the 3 exposed edges of the flashing.