New product for 2014 – The Edmond’s Sub Floor Ventilation fan is a three speed economical fan suitable for ventilating your sub floor space. The fan is available in white or brown and is very easy to install as it comes with a lead and plug – no electrician is required to install this sub floor exhaust fan. The fan is equipped with the latest technology, featuring a highly energy efficient 24w DC motor that is capable of a high 730 m3/hr capacity on the high speed.
Features at a glance:
- High energy efficiency – can run 24/7
- Removes damp stale air and reduces mould build up from your sub floor
- Very low running costs
- High flow rates
- Easy and safe to install – No electrician required
- Designed to run in moist environments
- Quiet operation[/li][li]Slim lourve design
- Comes in 2 colours (this listing is for the white model) but can be easily painted to suit
The fan can also be adapted to supply fresh air as well as exhaust, this is simply changed by removing the cover and installing it on the other side of the motor. The attractive low profile design makes this fan a popular choice for sub floor ventilation – the fan is also available in two colours (white and brown). The cover can also be powder coated to suit your requirements (this is not a service we provide).
Sub Floor Fan Performance Data:
- Low Speed: 280 m3/hr – 4.4 watts – 32.8 dB(A)
- Medium Speed: 457 m3/hr – 11.6 watts – 43 dB(A)
- High Speed: 734 m3/hr – 30 watts – 53.5 dB(A)
View all of our sub floor ventilation products here.
Frequently Asked Questions About this Underfloor Fan
Do I need an electrician to Install the ECOFAN?
If you have an available powerpoint that can be reached then no electrician is required. If a powerpoint is unavailable then an electrician will be required to install one.
Can I wire the fan directly into the mains power?
No, you must use the supplied power supply and speed controller for the ECOFAN to work correctly. Failure to do so may damage the product and void the warranty.
Can I duct the ECOFAN?
Yes the ECOFAN can be ducted in either exhaust mode or inlet mode by slipping 250mm diameter ducting over the lip of the motor and fixing in place with duct tape.
Can I paint the ECOFAN?
Yes standard spray paint can be used to paint the ECOFAN. No plastic primer is required, however the surface must be clean before paint application. Do not get any paint on the motor or fan module. This product should be disassembled to facilitate easier painting.