Fanco Centrifugal SM Inline Fan 200mm

Fanco Centrifugal SM Inline Fan 200mm

Fanco Centrifugal SM Inline Fan 200mm

Original price was: $399.00.Current price is: $279.00.

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Original price was: $399.00.Current price is: $279.00.

The Fanco SM 200 (EXHGHE200) is a high performance centrifugal inline fan that is typically used for exhaust, air transfer and other applications. Compared to other types of fans – centrifugal fans are able to move large amounts of air against higher pressures making this model great for ventilation systems which may require longer duct runs. The SM 200 would perform well in environments such as ventilating a bathroom, sub-floor system or heat transfer system. View the technical details and graphs below for further information.

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SM Features Overview:

Capacity 888m3/hr
Noise 55
Wattage 124w
Ductable Yes – 200mm diameter
The Fanco SM range is is high pressure and powerful inline exhaust fan that will be able to be used with long lengths of duct. Please refer to the performance curves for more information. The fan is available in 3 sizes and comes with high quality, long life motor that is IP44 rated.

SM Range Features:

  • Ball bearing motor for long service life designed for at least 40 000 hours.
  • For precise features, safe operation and low noise, each turbine is dynamically balanced.
  • Motor protection rating IP44.
  • Comes with a lead & plug for DIY installation.
Model Notice: A max temperature of transferred air 60°. This inline fan is designed for indoor applications with the ambient temperature ranging from +1°C up to 40° C & relative humidity up to 80%.    

Additional information






Includes Lead & Plug


Fanco: The manafacturer offers a 1 year replacement warranty (conditions apply)

Motor Type


Manufacturers Part Number


BarCode Number : 0754523090917

All data is provided the manufacturer. Capacity figures are based on the extraction rate of the unit in 'freeflow'. This means without any ducting, vents or other components. As you add ducting to a fan it will impact the extraction rate as this introduces resistance. For this reason if you are ducting an extraction fan it is best to keen the run as short, tight and direct as possible. For more information please view our exhaust fan buying guide.

For comprehensive warranty information relating to this product please visit the manufacturers website.


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