Exhaust fans can be quite resourceful when it comes to keeping your bathroom tidy, and free from stale air. However, you can’t simply select an extractor fan for your bathroom blindly, because there are several aspects to be taken into consideration. While installing a bathroom fan, one should remember the following useful tips.
In zones one and two, a new type of fan that has been introduced recently is also suitable for installation. Its rating is described as IP45 (Ingress Protection against low pressure jets from any direction). They are easier to install too as they don’t require transformer like SELV fans.
Look for appropriate placement of your bathroom fan because the effectiveness of the fan highly depends on its positioning. The most ideal place to install a bathroom fan is near the shower because most steam is generated out of hot water from the shower. Positioning at this place is the best as it will facilitate faster elimination of moisture and steam, and give no time for it to settle on mirrors, walls, doors, and windows.
Ray Hasting is an industrial ventilation expert who knows and understands the importance of an industrial exhaust fan in a commercial business. He recommends other business owners to consider this aspect seriously, and invest smartly on an extractor fan and bathroom fans based upon their specific needs and budget.
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