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Fanco Mixflow TT Silent Inline Fan 250mm

Fanco Mixflow TT Silent Inline Fan 250mm

Fanco Mixflow TT Silent Inline Fan 250mm

$699.00

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$699.00

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The Fanco TT Silent 250 has two speeds (available by connecting to the relevant winding). The lower setting has an output capacity of 1110m3/hr, the higher setting has an output capacity of 1330m3/hr. The fan has been specifically engineered to operate very quietly.

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Description

Mixflow TT Silent Features Overview:

Speed HIGH LOW
Capacity 1330 m3/hr 110 m3/hr
Noise 38 dB(A) 34 dB(A)
Wattage 177w 125w
Ductable Yes – 250mm diameter

The Fanco TT Silent range is a high quality range of mixflow inline fans. Typically these fans are used for exhaust applications. If you wish to switch between the high and low speed you will need to purchase the additional speed controller. See accessories below for the controller and other components designed to be used in conjunction with the fan.

TT Silent Inline Fan Features:

  • The external casing is made of polymer-coated steel.
  • The inner casing perforation let sound waves pass through the holes and fall at a specific angle to the sound-absorbing layer. The casing is internally heat and the sound-insulated with 50 mm mineral wool layer.
  • The specially perforated casing and sound-absorbing material provide sound attenuation in a broad frequency band. The inner casing and the impeller are made of high-quality durable plastic.

This fan needs to be hardwired by an electrician.

Additional information

Brand

Fanco

Colour

Black

Installation

Requires Hardwiring (electrician required)

Warranty

The Manufacturer offers a 2 year replacement warranty (conditions apply)

Motor Type

Mixflow

Manufacturers Part Number

EXVUTTS250

BarCode Number : 4824032123409

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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