Residential Sun Tunnels
Information for the home owner:
I. There are two types of Sun Tunnels: Rigid Sun Tunnel and the Flexible Sun Tunnel
A. Rigid Sun Tunnel: (Energy Star Zones A B C D)
Solid aluminium with a 99.8% reflective surface.
Can be installed in almost any circumstance with elbows.
Comes in two sizes: 10″ and 14″
10″ light coverage 150 – 200 sq. ft.
14″ light coverage 200 – 325 sq. ft.
Advantage over flexible Sun Tunnel: stronger material and up to 60% more light
Maximum recommended installation length: 10″ is 14′ & 14″ is 18′
B. Flexible Sun Tunnel: (Energy Star Zones A B C D)
Easily bends around attic obstruction. (Great for DIY homeowners)
Comes in two sizes: 14“ and 21“
14“ light coverage 150 to 200 sq. ft.
21“ light coverage 200 to 325 sq. ft.
Disadvantage of flexible: Up to 60% less light than the rigid Sun Tunnel
Maximum recommended installation length: 14“ is 8` and 21“ is 12`
Electric light kit
Variation of flashings including flat roofs
D. Note to our customers:
Donnelly Skylights does not use the flexible Sun Tunnel since it produces approximately 60% less light than the rigid pipe. We believe the customer should receive maximum value for their dollar.
Please take a moment to view our Product Guide 2015- Feb 2015