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Delta “T” Systems has a new line of custom-made marine ventilation grills for new builds and refits, without the usual long wait for made-to-order components.

Marine Vent Grilles are made of high-quality marine-grade aluminum, are fully assembled and ready to install, and are suitable for interior or exterior use. They are available with 1.25-inch or 2-inch flat blades, or 2.25-inch Z blades. Maximum finished heights range from 60 inches to 144 inches. They come in a plain mill finish or powder-coated to any color, and the company says it can provide a fast turnaround time on orders.

Delta “T” Systems engineers and manufactures a full line of fire dampers, axial and duct fans, blowers, louvers, moisture eliminators, weather closures and controls.

For more information, visit www.deltatsystems.com.

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