Vortice AE Axial Plate Fan 250mm

Vortice AE Axial Plate Fan 250mm

Vortice AE Axial Plate Fan 250mm

Original price was: $549.00.Current price is: $499.00.

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Original price was: $549.00.Current price is: $499.00.

The Vortice AE 250 Axial plate Exhaust Fan is a powerful, commercial grade extraction fan designed to be installed in areas such as warehouses, gyms, factories etc. Vortice products are of the highest quality, this fan is made of high quality pressed steel with a reliable single phase AC motor and a dynamically balanced impeller.

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Vortice A-E Features Overview:

Installation Wall / Ceiling
Hole Size 264mm
Extraction Rate 764 m3/hr
Noise 59 dB(A)
Motor Wattage 38w
Ductable No
  • The panels are made of pressed steel, phosphated and epoxy powder coated with a hammered effect finish, guaranteeing long-term resistance to atmospheric agents.
  • Ventilation port fashioned in one piece with the panel, gauged to optimize air flow, aerodynamically contoured and elongated to optimize performance and facilitate connection to the relative duct.
  • Protective grille combining the function of motor bracket, made of electrically welded steel with epoxy paint finish, colour black. Easy removal simplifies maintenance and cleaning of the fan.
  • 1 speed single phase AC motor of external rotor type designed to minimize axial dimensions, with shaft turning in ball bearings, insulation class F, thermal overload protection.
  • Dynamically balanced impeller (UNI ISO 1940, Point 1 – Class 6.3); 5 pressed steel blades, electrolytically galvanized and polyester powder-coated, colour black.

Additional information

Installation Location

Wall or Ceiling



Hole Size



Requires Hardwiring (electrician required)


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

Motor Type


Manufacturers Part Number

A-E 254 M

BarCode Number :

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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