Fan Controllers

A fan controller can be used to control fan speed to keep bathrooms and kitchens well-ventilated and improve indoor air quality from mould, odours and humidity.

Our range of fan controllers is made up of leading brands such as Envirovent, National Ventilation and Vent-Axia.

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T-Series Controller, 3 Speed

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What exactly is a fan controller?

A fan controller is used to control the operation of mechanical ventilation systems such as extractor fans that are designed to remove moisture and odours from bathrooms, kitchens, and other areas where excess humidity is present. A speed control dial or switch is usually used to quickly and easily change settings.

How does a fan controller work?

A fan controller can enable external mechanical switches such as Ecotronic, HumidiSwitch and ThermoSwitch to control the fan.

For instance, when the humidity level in the room reaches a certain set point, the fan controller will activate the extractor fan and continue to run it until the humidity level drops below the set point. This can apply to temperature range too, or whenever periodic ventilation in a room is required.

Some fan controllers can also be integrated with light switches, so that the fan will automatically turn on when the light is switched on.

What is the benefit of using a fan controller?

Noise reduction

Lower fan speeds typically create less noise than higher speeds. This is useful in smaller spaces or houses where noise can travel easily and disturb those who need a quiet environment.

Improve air quality

A fan controller can help to improve indoor air quality, reduce the risk of mould growth, and increase the lifespan of building materials by preventing damage from excess moisture. This ensures the room stays well-ventilated whenever the room is occupied.

Save energy

Running fan speed controllers at a lower speed when cooling demands are lower helps to consume less power and could reduce your electricity bill.

Extend the lifespan of your fan

If you run at a fan at a high speed over a long period of time, it is more likely to experience wear and tear. The ability to vary the fan speed can help to extend their lifespan and reduce the need for replacements.

What features should I look for in a fan controller?

Models in our range include a variety of useful features such as multiple speed settings and manual or automatic adjustment. For instance, some fan controllers use temperature or humidity sensors to measure changes in atmosphere to start the fan automatically.

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