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Louvered vent

Image Number 2 for United States Patent #4592271.

A vent assembly characterized by a rear member having a perforated rear surface, and a front member having a front surface formed into a number of louvers. The side portions and bottom portions of the rear member are bent into L-shaped flanges which engage the inner dimensions of the front member. The front member has a top portion and side portions which are bent into L-shaped flanges to provide flashing for the assembly. The front member and rear member are permanently attached together to form a single unit, and a number of units can be vertically stacked to provide vent structures of various heights.

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