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TurboBeam Wind Driven Ventilation

Sydney Roofing Building Supplies

TurboBeam Wind Driven Ventilation

$115.00 Excluding GST

A wind driven ventilator with a clear acrylic head designed to exhaust heat and damp, and provide natural light to the roof space and storage areas.

Edmonds TurboBeam is a wind driven ventilator that has been designed to exhaust heat and provide natural light to the roof space, improving comfort in your home or storage area.

The attractive clear acrylic head and streamlined design means it will complement any house design, whilst offering the additional benefit of acting as a skylight, when installed in sheds, garages and roof spaces. It's been designed to be strong enough to withstand strong wind and rain and is backed by a 15 year warranty for peace of mind.

How many TurboBeams do I need?

The number of TurboBeams you will need will vary based on your roof size and reasons for ventilating. As a general recommendation, 1-2 TurboBeams is sufficient per 90m2 of roof space. However, for the best ventilating results, contact the Edmonds team and we can help you with a solution custom to your needs.


  • Removal of heat and moisture in roof spaces
  • Ideal for garages and sheds
  • Suitable for metal and tiled roofs
  • Residential homes and commercial/public buildings
  • TurboBeam can be used as an alternative in areas with direct contact with sea spray


  • Wind driven ventilator
  • Clear acrylic head
  • High quality polymer and aluminium
  • 15 year warranty


  • Ideal for garages and sheds
  • No energy consumption
  • Allows light into roof spaces
  • Deters unwanted vermin and pests
  • Provides ventilation in the lowest wind speeds
  • Suitable for metal or tiled roofs

Product Specifications

High impact acrylic head (PMMA) and polycarbonate support ring  
Aluminium shaft, varipitch (internally polished) and flashing   
250mm throat  
Stainless steel ball bearings  
Total weight 1.9 kg 
Wind speed rating 205.2 km/h


  • Poly eave vents to improve air flow through the roof
  • Whirlymate ceiling grille to improve air flow between the living area and roof space
  • Manual shutter to close vent in winter