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8" Circular Round Plastic HVAC Supply Grille Air

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PL RS8

Why Round Vents?

The purpose of round vents is highlighted in situations where space is limited. Without hard corners, round vents are able to fit where their rectangular counterparts can not. Furthermore, some may find that the round design is more appropriate for the visual style they are aiming for. And with just as much efficacy as rectangular vents, you can rest easy knowing you're not losing out on quality.

But if you change your mind, don’t worry. You’re covered by our 100% money-back guarantee no questions asked. Click Add to Cart and enjoy a new updated refreshing look to your home.

Product Overview

10 in

8 in

ROUND AIR DEFLETION

Why HVAC Premium? 

You may think of grilles and registers as a generic component of the ventilation system in your house, but they are also the most visible representation of your air system. With HVAC Premium you get an extra measure of quality that will be visible to your family members and house guests.

Additional Information

Installation Document Coming Soon

Full Specifications

Dimensions

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Outside Diameter

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10 in

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Inside Diameter

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8in

Details

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Type

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Diffuser

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Material

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Plastic

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Color/Finish

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Airflow Strength

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Maximum

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Powder Coated

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Yes

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Installation Location

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Sidewall & Ceiling

Warranty/Terms & Conditions

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Returnable

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30 Days

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How To Measure A Round Vent

Overall Size

Measure the size of the vent opening. Do not measure the old vent cover. If your duct opening is 14" in diameter, 14" round vent.

Diameter

By simply measuring the width or the length of the vent, you can attain the diameter of the vent. Think of the diameter as a straight line from one end to the other.

Installation

HVAC Installation FAQs.

You should replace your HVAC filters every 30 days to keep your air healthy and your HVAC system running efficiently. To help you, here’s a simple guide to changing your filters for vent registers:

1. Turn your HVAC unit off.

2. Slide the tabs to open the door on your air filter grille to access the filter.

3. Remove the used or dirty filter.

4. Before installing your new filter, ensure the airflow arrows are pointing in the direction of your unit.

5. Once the filter is installed, close the door on your air filter grille.

6. Turn your HVAC unit on for clean, healthy air.

For our full catalog of filters — including our pleated MERV 8 products — click here.

A 24x24 ceiling return air grille will need a larger frame. For example, if your grille is 24x24 it will in all probability have a 26x26 diameter. This means that the grille will need a 24x24 hole and a 26x26 frame to fit properly.

Installation

Turn off your HVAC unit. Wear protective goggles to keep any dust or dirt particles from falling from the ceiling return air grille and into your eyes. Secure your ladder and then unscrew the frame to remove the grille. Next, put the frame in place and secure it with screws. Install the new grille to complete the task.

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First off, a 20x20 decorative air return grille will require a larger frame for optimum installation. This means that a 20x20 decorative air return grille with 22x22 dimensions will need a 20x20 hole and a 22x22 frame to fit properly.

Once you've got the sizes sorted, unscrew the frame and then take out the grille. Next, put the frame in place and secure it with screws. Once that’s done, install the new grille to complete the task.

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1. Measure the size of the vent hole and the frame to ensure you purchase the correct grille size. A return air filter grille with a 20x20 size and 22x22 dimensions will require a 20x20 hole and a 22x22 frame.

2. Unscrew the frame and then remove the grille. Position the frame and secure it with screws. Once the frame is in place, install the new grille to complete the task.

Browse our comprehensive catalog of return air filter grilles here

Correct! The grille requires a 12 x 12 hole with a larger frame.

Check out our comprehensive range of wall vent grilles.

Screw out the old grille, and then unpackage and screw in your new grille. All HVAC Premium grilles come with either black or white hex head screws to match the color of your grille. If you're installing a filter model, you'll need to open the filter grille and find the holes at the sides to screw into the wall. Once you close the filter door, the screws won't be noticeable.

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The most commonly used material is steel because it's strong and economical. However, if your grille is located in a humid place — such as next to a sauna, swimming pool, or in a bathroom — plastic or aluminum materials are the common materials used. Plastic, however, is at a disadvantage as it lacks strength and can discolor over time. Your best bet for areas with high humidity is aluminum. HVAC Premium has a wide range of aluminum grilles, from Cubic Core to perforated — you can view our selection here.

To find out more about our aluminum Cube Core grilles, click here.

The steel return air grille is not completely flat. The front service is around ~0.4 inches from the wall, where it covers the opening of the duct.

We've got a massive range of return air grilles, which you can browse here.

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