These extractor fans are operated using the light switch for your bathroom. A simple flick of the switch and excess humidity from a shower or long bath can be extracted until you turn the light back off. For extended extractor you may want to consider one with a timer or humidistat.
Axial type fans cause gas to flow through in an axial direction which is parallel to the shaft where the blades rotate, making the flow axial at exit and entry. Axial fans are designed to create a pressure difference and force which produces a flow through the fan.
21 Ltr/s Extraction Rate
Building regulations stipulate that extractor fans need to be able to extract at least 15 litres of air per second. It’s needed to ensure a minimal build-up of moisture in the room, reducing mould and grime in damp areas. This fan will extract a crazy 21 litres per second! That’s 1.5x what’s recommended!
Zone 1 Rated
IP rating stands for 'Ingress Protection rating' and this helps us determine what bathroom electricals can go in particular bathroom zones. An IP (Ingress Protection) number or code is used here in the UK to specify the environmental protection of enclosures around electronic equipment. These ratings are determined by specific tests.
This product have a rating of IPX5, meaning it is protected from water jets that are projected by a nozzle (6.3mm) from any angle.
Recessed Wall and Ceiling Installation
These extractor fans can be installed through a wall or recessed giving you that extra bit of flexibility. They can also be installed as portrait or landscape.
3 Year Guarantee
When buying anything for your home you need to know that its going to stand the test of time. This is why this product comes with a fantastic 3 year guarantee against any manufacturing defects should the worst happen and the product is not up to standard.