The V2T”‘ Technology uses the power of the wind to hold the roof securely in place. Based on a recognized principal of physics, the vent creates a vacuum that becomes stronger as the speed of the wind increases. The vacuum pulls the air from under the membrane – drawing it down to the deck and holding the membrane firmly in place. The harder the wind blows the better II works!
The V2T”‘ Venturi Vacuum Technology was developed in collaboration with the Virginia Tech College of Engineering and the College of Architecture in Blacksburg, Virginia. This revolutionary Venturi Vacuum Technology is ideal for low sloped roofs with high winds and on buildings where fully adhering a membrane is too costly an option.