Comparison of the Aura Ventilator
vs. the following vents:
Aura Ventilator vs.
the Turbine Ventilator

Advantages of the Aura Ventilator:
  • NO moving parts

  • Can be used to replace turbine vents when turbine base is a fixed mount on roof

  • Fixed profile

  • Different collar lengths

  • Greater curb appeal

  • NO balancing

  • Less time during installation

  • The 21st Century vent

  • NO rain or snow infiltration
Disadvantages of Turbine Vents:
  • Insert or animal entrance when frozen

  • Rain & snow infiltration when no motion

  • Bearing replacement

  • Climbing on roof to replace worn-out unit - liability from a fall

  • Blow off in high winds

  • No curb appeal to industrial commercial looks

  • Bends very easily

Aura Ventilator vs.
the Roof Dormer Vent /Eyebrow Vent

Disadvantages of the
Roof Dormer Vent/Eyebrow Vent:
  • Dormer vent should have the top of vent along the back parallel with level ground floor (much harder to install).

  • Large face opening for such a small Net Free Vent Area

  • Paint will fade or peel - maintenance problem on a 504 R. Roof

  • Water & snow can blow in like end gable vent

  • Too much cutting around to install vent

  • Galvanizes & spot welds will rust and fall apart

  • No skylights in unit

  • Old fashioned curb appeal
Advantages of the
Aura Ventilator:
  • More sizes available

  • Less penetrations in roof

  • Collar heights adjust to profile or door material

  • Power fan adaptable

  • Skylight in AV - less holes in roof

  • Net free vent area - 100% of whole roof

  • Easier to install

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