Nicro - Vents & ventilation systems

Nicro Marine

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Marinco Electrical Group Brands

Manufacturers of Quality.Electrical Components and Engineered Solutions designed for Harsh Environments.

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Interior Seats &Chairs


Solar Vents

Nicro Marine Production


At Nicro,

we make passive, 12V and solar-powered ventilation systems

that stand up to this punishing environment – without flinching. Humidity is a constant factor onboard every boat, and Nicro’s proven active and passive vents to protect your boat’s or yacht's interior from the damaging effects of mold, mildew and musty air.

Nicro ventilation systems are available in all models and sizes to match your boat and yacht and your full specific needs.


Product Lines by NICRO:

  • Day/Night Vents
  • MiniVent 1000
  • AirVent 500
  • Combo & 12V Vents
  • Cowl Vents
  • Clam Shell Vents
  • Air Purification System
  • Vents Accessories

Solar-Powered Air by Nicro


One of rhe best ways to get air below is the solar-powered mushroom vent. Standard 3 or 4-inchers deliver about 17-18 cfm (30.6m3/hr). What's more, they do it every day the sun shines, whether anyone's aboard or not, and they don't draw down the batteries. Better still are the day/night solar vents equipped with built-in ni-cad batteries, which store enough electricity on sunny clays to keep them going overnight. Indeed, once fully charged, they can run nearly 48 hours without sunlight. High-output solar vents are also available, see below:

Nicro Pico's 4"vent pulls about 26 cfm (44.2m3/hr). Though expensive, a few of these nearly add up to a cool mountain breeze. Two or three solar-powered nicro vents installed over the galley and the head will keep our notional cruiser mildew free and smelling fresh of sea water. Such vents aren't tied into the boat electrical system; they're left running all the time boating, with no fear of chaining the batteries. As a result, the boar will stay fresh and well ventilated when closed up for long periods and cruisers. For solar-powered vents located where they won't get direct sunlight power ,such as on the cabin sides or engine room, there are remote solar panels available to power each vent.