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Keepa Commercial Roof Jack Vent Cap | 10″ Diameter KV-10-TP


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Brand: Active VentilationUPC(GTIN): 843951009476 SKU: KV-10-TP Category:
Commercial Keepa Roof Jack Vent Cap KV-10-TP-2
Commercial Keepa Roof Jack Vent Cap KV-10-TP-3
Commercial Keepa Roof Jack Vent Cap KV-10-TP-1
Commercial Keepa Roof Jack Vent Cap KV-10-TP-5

Keepa Roof Jack - With Tailpipe Installation Instructions

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Basic dimensions of the Pop Vent and it’s identifying attributes. Primary identifying dimensions of vents and fans are the inside diameter of the Head, which equals the diameter of the hole being vented, and the height of the Collar which is the solid tube between the Head of the vent and the Flange which attaches to the roof.

Inside Diameter:


Outside Diameter:


Square Flange (side length):


Height of Head:


Collar Height:


Height of Flange:


Total Height with Collar and Flange:


Louvers are the vertical openings in the vent, which facilitates the flow of air, while keeping animals, insects, debris, and embers out.

Louver Height (inside):


Number of Louver Rows (inside):

Louver Height (outside):

Size of opening btwn blades (inside):


Size of opening btwn blades (outside):

Expected snow and rain in your region and the pitch of the roof are the key consideration when choosing the height of the collar of your roof vents. Zones 1 and 2 are not expected to sustain significant snow packs, while zones 3-7 are likely to experience snow, possibly for weeks or months. Vent collars under 4 inches are inappropriate for flat (0/12 pitch) roofs because even heavy rain can splash water into a shorter vent.

Map of Climate Zones

Minimum Pitch Capacity:


Maximum Pitch Capacity (Standard Vent):


Maximum Pitch Capacity (Modified):

Free Air Space:


Free Air Space:


1:150 Ventilation Rule:


1:300 Ventilation Rule:


Our Keepa Roof Jack is to be used in conjunction with bathroom fans, range hoods or where ever exhaust vent protection is needed for a ducted system. The Keepa Roof Jack is an excellent choice for venting out air from a ducted system is because of the aerodynamic shape and louvered design. It allows for maximum air to flow while elevating back pressure. Engineered to prohibit insects or vermin from entering the duct, the Keepa Roof Jack is also engineered to stop rain or snow from entering in all US climate zones. The Keepa’s standard 11 in. collar height is great for low slope membrane roofs that need ducted exhaust ventilation. These vents have an all-aluminum construction, which means they are durable, lightweight and WILL NOT RUST. The Keepa Vent is UL tested and certified to meet or exceed most building code standards including California Fire Code. The Keepa Roof Jack tail pipe (adapter) is approximately 2 in. in L. and is corrugated on the bottom to fit existing duct work, which makes for a quick and easy installation. Also, the head of the Keepa Roof Jack is removable, which also makes the vents installation on to the roof fast and easy adding membrane/ roofing material over the base flange and collar.

  • Tail pipe fits existing ductwork; 2 in. clearance between bottom of vent cap and flange
  • Best used for flat roof attic ventilation No more than 2/12 pitch is recommended
  • Mill finish aluminum will continually have a long lasting clean appearance
  • Net free air space, 78 sq. in. (0.55 sq. ft.)
  • 1/8th in. opening between the louver blades and all aluminum (non-combustible) material meets the requirements of California building code 706A.2 vents to resist the intrusion of burning embers and flame through ventilation openings

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