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When looking specifically for Extractor Fans For Bathrooms it should be borne in mind that so many of the different fans listed in our extractor fan ranges can be used in a bathroom depending on the size of your room and the proposed mounting position of the fan. Making a choice from such a massive variety of fans from several manufacturers can be difficult and time consuming.Â To help make the choice easier we have listed the most popular bathroom extractor fans that we would recommend
â?¢Â Airflow iCON extractor fans have an attractive automatically operated "iris" style shutter which makes them very popular for bathroom use. TheÂ Â iCON is available in mains or low voltage and a variety of sizes and colours to suit your bathroom.
â?¢Â Airflow Quietair extractor fan has 2 operating speeds, the first is silent and the second is extremely quiet yet this fan is capable of pushing air along very long duct runs, especially the 125mm version.
â?¢Â Vortice Lineo In-line Fans use mixed-flow technology to move large amounts of air over long duct runs while keeping noise levels down to a minimum. The Vortice Quadro extractor fans are available in surface or flush and have a very understated, modern styling that disguises surprisingly high performance.
When researching extractor fans for bathrooms to comply with the regulations your choice of bathroom extractor fan should take into account the area into which it will be fitted and its proximity to the bath or shower which will determine the IP rating and voltage of the required fan. For information on whether you are likely to need a low voltage (SELV) fan or a mains voltage fan, please check blog entitled bathroom zones information which explains in detail how to ensure safety and compliance.