Aluminium Ventilators

Alteza offers a comprehensive range of advanced aluminium ventilators to suit a wide variety of applications, including glazed-in, as well as a wide choice of wall-mounted applications. All Alteza aluminium ventilator design systems are tested to strict European and American standards.

Alteza extruded aluminium louvre systems are designed for use in schools and higher education facilities, hospitals as well as a number of high profile residential and retail schemes. Alteza aluminium ventilators are manufactured to the bespoke sizes and colours required.

Alteza Aluminium Ventilators


Window Styles

Side Hung Ventilator with Louver

Top Hung Ventilator with Louver

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Every home is different, and that's the way it should be to reflect the style and requirements of the occupants. The innovative systems from Alteza aluminium doors are bespoke to each project and are manufactured to the highest quality to offer outstanding aesthetics as well as performance levels. With Alteza, you can customize





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What are aluminium ventilators?

Aluminum ventilators play a vital role in eliminating stagnant air and promoting the circulation of fresh air within a building or space. Crafted from durable and lightweight aluminum, they boast corrosion resistance and are easy to clean and maintain. Aluminum ventilators offer versatile installation options, fitting seamlessly on roofs, walls, or floors, and they come in a variety of sizes, shapes, and styles.

  • Residential Buildings: Within residential settings, these aluminum ventilators contribute to enhancing ventilation and reducing indoor air pollution.
  • Commercial Buildings: In spaces like offices, factories, and retail stores, aluminum ventilators are commonly employed to ensure optimal airflow.
  • Industrial Buildings: These ventilators are indispensable for eliminating harmful fumes and gas from industrial structures.
  • Agricultural Buildings: In agricultural contexts, aluminum ventilators serve to improve ventilation and alleviate heat stress on livestock.
What is the difference between a ventilator and windows?

Ventilators serve as modest openings in a building’s roof or walls, facilitating the free flow of air. Typically situated high up, they allow hot air and smoke to rise and escape. Ventilators can operate passively, relying on natural convection currents, or actively, utilizing fans or other mechanical means to propel airflow.


Windows, on the other hand, are larger openings in a building’s walls, serving not only to usher in light but also to allow the flow of air. Positioned lower to the ground, they offer people a view and easy access. Unlike ventilators, windows can be opened and closed, providing control over the influx of both air and light into a building.