Fanco Mixflow TT Inline Fan 150mm with Speed Switch & Plug
The Fanco TT 150 has two speeds. This model is unique as you can select the relevant speed from a switch on the side of the motor. The lower setting has an output capacity of 405m3/hr, the higher setting has an output capacity of 520m3/hr. If the fan is set on the lower setting, the fan is much quieter.
This fan plugs into an existing powerpoint. If you are purchasing accessories, please check to see if they need to be installed by an electrician.
TT Features Overview:
|Capacity||520 m3/hr (405 on low)|
|Noise:||44 dB(A) (33 on low)|
|Wattage:||60 w (40 on low)|
|Ductable:||Yes (150mm duct)|
The Fanco TT range is a high quality range of mixflow inline fans. Typically these fans are used for exhaust applications.
TT Inline Fan Features:
- Ball bearing motors with two speeds
- Built in overheating protection with automatic restart
- Motor protection rating IP X4
- The casing is made of high-quality durable ABS plastic (TT 100-200)
- or fire resistant polypropylene (TT 250-315)
- Clever design ensures easy service and maintenance access
This fan comes with a lead and plug attached - therefore simply plugs into a powerpoint. An electrician is not required to perform installation. However, please be aware that you will require an electrician if you choose to use this fan in conjunction with hardwired accessories, including but not limited to speed controllers. The lead attached to the fan is approx 1m in length.
Important Notice: A member of our technical team will install the lead and plug to the fan. Please be aware we are unable to accept returns for ‘change of mind’ reasons if a plug is installed.
|Installation||Includes Lead & Plug, Accessories May Require Hardwiring|
|Window Hole Size||No|
|Capacity (l/s)||144 l/s|
|Capacity (m3/hr)||520 m3/hr|
|Rec Room Size (m3)||37|
|Built in Draft Stopper||No|
|Warranty||The Manufacturer offers a 2 year replacement warranty (conditions apply)|
|Disclaimer||*"Recommended room size" figures are based on achieving 15 air changes per hour. Generally this is sufficient, however it does not constitute specific advice. All products that require hardwiring will need to be installed by a licensed electrician.|