Problems with your extractor fan?
If you have problems with your extractor fan, whether in your kitchen or bathroom, your rooms will fill with steam or odours. This might be due to the fact that integrated fans are less powerful than the in-line equivalents. In-line fans are powerful albeit relatively bulky units in comparison with integrated fans; they are very much suited to being hidden away in either loft space, floor voids, or in this case a plant room.
In the example here, our emergency electricians in Devon were carrying out a brand new installation rather than fixing an existing ventilation issue. We opted for an in-line fan here because we lacked an adjacent external wall to core drill through, making an in-line fan the best option.
The extra power provided by the in-line fan is also required in this installation to ensure effective ventilation, due to the length of the run of ducting required to reach the outer wall.
How It Works.
The in-line fans are both wired up into the panels which contain all of the lutron modules. The lights in the toilet are activated by PIR. this means when the lights are activated the fans are activated by the PIR. As soon as the lights go off they run for a further two minutes to eliminate odours and steam.
They are core drilled into the outside wall with a 4inch diamond cutter and have a vent grill attached on the outside to keep everything looking tidy.
Finally, a wide selection of stylish duct covers are available – a brushed chrome finish was chosen here.
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