STERR Black Extractor Fan Bathroom 100 mm with LED Inline Extractor Fan - Extractor Fan - Bathroom Fan Extractor - Bathroom Fan
About this deal
We understand that no two homes are the same and choosing a bathroom extractor fan can be confusing! There are a variety of different types of bathroom fans available, each with its own particular benefits, whether it's to clear the air after your shower or to provide gentle continuous airflow, we have the fan for you. The Eco Hand drier uses a powerful high speed layer of clean air to eliminate all drops of water from the hands leaving them totally dry in 10 seconds.
Black Extractor Fan Bathroom 100 mm with TIMER Inline STERR Black Extractor Fan Bathroom 100 mm with TIMER Inline
Extractors come in two sizes: 100mm/4 inches and 150mm/6 inches. In most cases, the 4-inch fan will remove moist air well enough to keep the bathroom smelling fresh and be less susceptible to mould. The only reasons you would need to consider a 6-inch extractor fan is if: Building regulations require that a domestic bathroom fan must extract a minimum of 15 litres per second. However, almost all extractors on the market exceed this and average 21-25 litres per second. There are even some models that go as high as 68 litres per second.The Envirovent Silent 100 is a 100mm domestic axial powerful bathroom extractor fan for wall or ceiling installations, designed to solve ventilation problems in bathrooms.
STERR - Black Aluminium Quiet Bathroom Fan with a Timer
The EBB-N centrifugal bathroom extractor fans are suitable for many domestic and commercial ventilation applications where higher system resistance pressures are encountered. This is the cheapest fan we’ve tested, and it holds up well against the competition. Granted, it has less features than others (no timer or PIR) so if those are essential then this isn’t the fan for you.
Hi, I’m AJ from the UK! I created Quiet Living to document my journey to a quieter life. Whether you’re looking to soundproof, fix that squeak or get rid of that loud noise… we’ve got you covered. If you have access to roof space, an inline extractor fan system would be quieter and more efficient. The EBB-N centrifugal extractor fans are suitable for many domestic and commercial ventilation applications where higher system resistance pressures are encountered.