Rated 5 out of 5Â by Sparks2 best replacement 4" fan
This is the best in-line fan around, when considering - cost / performance / size / ease of installation !
How many times do you go to check an old inline bathroom fan and find they will bearly hold a sheet of tissue paper over the intake grill.
This will upgrade the air flow rate to 245Cu Mtrs / hour - compared with the feeble 70 od cu mtrs / hour the standard units are rated at !
The 70cu mtr fans bearly lift the "gravity close" shutters on the exhaust vent BUT these have the 3 shutters blowing out horizontally! Even at the end of 3mtrs of ducting!
A powerful 4" fan which gives 6" fan performance in the existing 4" ducting !
One last point - no wiring problems with this fan - unlike some better know makes!
16 Oct 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by CaptainKipper A lot better
Replaced tired and noisy bathroom fan. I am pleased to say this one is so much better. Much quieter and clears bathroom of steam quickly
22 Jul 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by 2005paulbeer Tough, good value extract fan.
Bought this to replace a similar inline noisy timer fan. I was impressed with price, very competitive compared to named brands but I note this item is made by a major well known fan manufacturer. No over-run timer on the model I bought but hey ho just leave the bathroom lights on for a bit if you use the switched lighting circuit to supply power.
If you are replacing a tmed model, isolate the permenant live feed and use the switched live feed to turn it on and off.
2 Jun 2014
Rated 3 out of 5Â by Davesays Not good in long term
I have had one of these installed for just over a year and yes they are brilliant at clearing the mist and quite the bearings have all ready started to go. So when I brought it I thought why are the others nearly twice the price well now I know I need to buy 2 of these the get the same service out of one of the dearer ones. I have been running on low speed with the timer set at it's lowest which seems to be some where around 25 minutes so there is no real reason for the bearings to go so quick
8 Apr 2014