Ventilation Fans & Accessories

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Ducting & Accessories

Extractor Fans



What are the benefits of good ventilation?

Ventilation in areas such as bathrooms, kitchens and communal spaces is essential for wellbeing and comfort. Extractor fans can help to remove everything from odours, heat, excessive moisture and pollutants from the air to create a fresh and hygienic atmosphere. For example, bathroom extractor fans remove excess moisture from the air, helping to prevent condensation and mould growth, reducing the risk of associated health issues and structural damage to the building.

Where are ventilation fans commonly used?

Ventilation fans are commonly used in bathrooms, kitchens, laundry rooms, basements, and commercial spaces where proper airflow is necessary for safety, comfort and hygiene.

What features should I consider when choosing a ventilation fan?

We stock many different kinds of ventilation fan from domestic to commercial, including centrifugal and PIR. Filter by price, colour, diameter and style to find the right product for you. There are also several key features to consider, whatever type of ventilation fan you choose.

Airflow rate

A larger room or area will require a higher airflow rate to ensure effective air circulation and ventilation. As a general rule, bathroom extractor fans should provide an airflow rate of at least 15 litres per second (54 cubic metres per hour), while kitchen extractor fans should provide at least 30 litres per second (108 cubic metres per hour). For commercial applications or spaces with unique ventilation requirements, consult with a qualified professional to determine the appropriate airflow rate.

Noise level

Most ventilation fans emit noise as part of the extraction process. Although this is generally low-level, it is important to consider if your fan is installed in or near living or sleeping areas.

When choosing your extractor fan, filter by dB (decibel) to find a quiet operation model to suit your requirements.

Many quieter ventilation fans feature insulated housing and compact designs to reduce fan noise and are typically smaller and less obtrusive than a traditional ventilation fan.

Useful features and controls

Don't forget to consider any additional features to help meet the requirements of your room. For example, many ventilation fans are designed or compatible with lighting, humidity sensors and speed controls. Many of our fans are also equipped with energy-saving features to help you save on your energy bills. Look for adjustable speed settings, timers and sensors that will help to reduce electricity usage.

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