Inline Kit 2: Small Toilet / Bathroom Kit with VKO 125mm
The Kit 1: Small Toilet / Bathroom Kit is a basic inline kit with a small 125mm axial inline fan. the kit is designed to exhaust small rooms and would be ideal for a toilet or small bathroom. This kit is made for DIY install. It contains a fan with a lead and plug. However if you are purchasing accessories, please check to see if they need to be hard wired by an electrician.
Inline Kit Features Overview:
|Installation:||Typically in Ceiling Cavity|
|Fan Capacity||243 m3/hr|
|Ducting:||3m of 125mm flexible duct|
The inline kit by Fanco comes complete with everything you need for instalaltion and includes an inline fan which is usually placed in the roof space, a vent for the ceiling of the room, a vent for the outside wall or eave and flexible duct to join it all together. It also includes a back draft shutter to stop warm air escaping or cold air coming into the house.
To view detailed specifications relating to the inline fan included in this kit please click here.
Inline Kit includes:
- 1x VKO 125 In Line Fan
- Lead and Plug. Fan comes with lead and plug. If purchasing additional speed controller, the fan will need to be disconnected from the lead & plug and hard wired.
- 1 x Internal cone vent 125mm
- 1 x External Vent 100-150mm
- 1 x Back draft shutter 125mm
- 1 x 3m Flexible Duct 125mm
- 1 x Duct tape
The fan in this kit comes with a lead and plug attached. Therefore it will simply plug into a standard powerpoint. No electrician is required.
|Installation||Includes Lead & Plug, Accessories May Require Hardwiring|
|Window Hole Size||No|
|Capacity (l/s)||68.7 l/s|
|Capacity (m3/hr)||243 m3/hr|
|Rec Room Size (m3)||12|
|Built in Draft Stopper||Yes|
|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.|