Most extractor fans in domestic applications are installed within external walls, this is where Axial extractor fans are best suited as they use the least amount of power compared to others and should only be ducted up to 3 metres.
Centrifugal extractor fans use more energy than axial fans, making them capable of pushing air through greater lengths of ducting due to their impeller design. The higher power usage also results in more noise than typical Axial fans.
Inline extractor fans are typically located in ceilings above the desired room for extraction and can push air through even greater distances, should it be required. When installed in ceilings, inline fans are typically harder to hear than the alternative fan designs although Axial fans are usually the quietest options.
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If you have any questions regarding your ventilation requirement please contact one of our specialist technical advisors on 0800 865 4567.