Given the way in which we use our bathrooms, they tend to be hotbeds for steam and water vapour building up. This means that without using proper and thorough ventilation you could find that your bathroom becomes damp.
Over time, this leads to dampness formulating that can create issues like mould; the damp can even spread into other rooms. With that being the case, you might wonder if installing a bathroom extractor fan would be the right choice for you.
Dampness can lead to structural weakness, and it can create damaging microbes in the air that can impact your lungs. For those with respiratory issues, this can make your home feel almost inhospitable. Condensation that builds up from your bathroom can become a primary source of dampness in your bathroom and the surrounding rooms. With that in mind, installing a bathroom extractor fan could help you to remove the condensation from the air which eventually turns to dampness.
Dampness and mould can lead to serious issues for you, including but not limited to:
The Vent-Axia Connect app allows users to easily adjust an array of features and settings, providing complete control over the fan’s use. Adjustable features include a completely customisable humidistat and light sensor, an abundance of speed and extraction rate options, control over the optional delay and overrun timer, and the ability to activate a 15-minute boost.
The app also makes installation for Electricians simple by providing options for intermittent or continuous ventilation; humidistat trigger options and overrun timer settings.
This silent extractor fan runs at just 17dBA and benefits from an IP44 ingress protection rating, making the Svara perfect for use in kitchens, bathrooms (zone 2) and utility areas. The Svara extractor fan is also highly energy efficient operating at only 4W.
The Svara benefits from a sleek, modern design and is easy to clean by simply removing the central module from the rest of the fan and wiping with a soft cloth.
With the light sensor is enabled Svara will sense when a person is in the room through light and shadow detection and will then activate. Enabling the delay-on option means the fan will not be triggered during quick night time bathroom visits. The light sensor is also able to distinguish between car headlight flashes and room occupancy, meaning it will not be triggered by passing cars and avoids nuisance running. The sensitivity of the light sensor can be adjusted via the App.
The Svara humidistat responds to sharp changes in humidity, such as when someone is taking a shower. When set to continuous running, the fan will run at 30l/s when the humidistat is triggered and will return to 10l/s when the humidity range returns to normals. Ambient humidity changes will not trigger the humidistat.
The silent scheduling function allows the boost function via the app to avoid overnight noise. Additionally, the Svara can be set to “airing mode” if you are away from the house for extended periods of time, such as a holiday. The airing mode operates a purge function every 12 hours for either 30, 60 or 90 minutes. However, thanks to Svara’s sophisticated design, the fan will not purge if the light sensor detects that there is someone in the house.
The most common are the ones shown in the examples above. They attach to the wall and the air is extracted straight through the wall to the outside. However, there is another type. This is a loft mounted one.
With this type the actual fan is located in the loft space. The part that you see in the bathroom is basically just a plate with holes in and on the face of it it looks like the wall mounted kind.
However there is no fan in this. The air is drawn up through the plate into a pipe and through the fan. Another pipe connected to the fan is then taken outside via one method or another.
This type of fan is, or can be much more powerful than the all in one type. But also costs more!
powerful in-duct mounted mixed flow extractor fan designed to produce higher working pressures for applications that require high air flows, with low relative noise. SO each of these has their place.
One type may be suited to one size of room, where another may be more suited to a different size of room.
Or it maybe that you just want a more powerful and yet quite extractor.
Either way I can supply and fit any of the above fans as shown above.
Note: I only exchange fans that are currently in place. I do not fit from new i.e I will not fit from new.
Let me help you get your fan upgraded, fitted, installed, and clearing your bathroom/home of condensation ASAP!
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|Kitchen Tap 11 – Specification|
|Control Type||Double Lever Control|
|Gravity Fed Systems||Suitable for Gravity-Fed Systems|
|Height To Spout||216 mm|
|Hose Bore Size||6 mm|
|Hose Diameter||10 mm|
|Hose Length||360 mm|
|Hose Supplied||Supplied with Flexible Tap Connector|
|Manufacturer Guarantee||10 Year Manufacturer’s Guarantee (T&Cs Apply)|
|Maximum Bar Pressure||5 bar|
|Minimum Bar Pressure||0.1 bar|
|Pieces in Pack/Case||1|
|Pressure Suitability||Suitable for High & Low Pressure Systems|
|Product Depth||229 mm|
|Product Height||327 mm|
|Product Type||Dual-Lever Mono Mixer Kitchen Tap|
|Product Width||140 mm|
|Spout Reach||193 mm|
|Spout Type||Swivel Spout|
|Tap Handle Type (Kitchens)||Dual Lever|
|Tap Style||Mono Mixer|
|Valve Type||1/4 Turn|