Fanco Mixflow SM Inline Fan 200mm with lead & plug

Fanco Mixflow SM Inline Fan 200mm with lead & plug

Fanco Mixflow SM Inline Fan 200mm with lead & plug


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The Fanco SM 200 (EXHGHF200) is a brilliant value mix-flow inline fan that has two speeds (available by an electrician connection the wiring to the correct speed terminal). The default higher setting has an output capacity of 840 m3/hr, while the lower speed has an output capacity of 690 m3/hr. This model operates quietly (but has not yet been formally tested for noise levels) and comes with a lead and plug for simple DIY installation.

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SM Features Overview:

Capacity 840 m3/hr 690 m3/hr
Wattage 128w 123w
Ductable Yes – 200mm diameter
The Fanco SM range is a capable range of mixflow inline fans which are incredible value for money. Typically these fans are used for exhaust applications, but can serve other purposes as well. This fan comes installed default on the high speed which boasts an impressive extraction rate of 840 m3/hr. If you wish to switch to the lower speed, the fan must be rewired to the low speed terminal, which will require the assistance of an electrician. This unit does not come with a speed controller.

SM Inline Fan Features:

  • Ball bearing motors with two speeds
  • Clever design ensures easy service and maintenance access
  • Removable central motor (see images)
  • Constructed from high quality insulating materials
  • Motor protection rating IPX4
  • DIY Install
This fan comes with a lead & plug for DIY installation (electrician will be required to switch speeds). The maximum temperature of transferred air is to not exceed 60°. Model is designed for indoor use 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 : 0754523090825

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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