Accessories

available accessories

We have a large selection of ventilation accessories including flexible ducting, insulated ducting, vents, grilles, controllers, remotes and plugs. If you are looking for accessories for a particular fan you wish to purchase from us, we have compiled a list of recommended accessories that go with each product which can be found at the bottom of most product pages.

You can use the category buttons below to narrow down your search for exhaust fan accessories. Alternatively all products are listed below the buttons (you can further narrow your search using the options available on the left sidebar).

Please be aware that some accessories will require installation by a qualified electrician, even if you are purchasing them to use in conjunction with a fan  which is otherwise suitable for a DIY install (has a lead and plug).

exhaust fan ventsvent and ducting kits
flexible ducting for exhaust fansbackdraft shutters for exhaust fan systems
joiners and reducers for inline exhaust systemsjunctions and bto's for exhaust fan systems
roof mounted roof cowl kitsother accessories for exhaust systems
rangehood duct kitsfloor vents

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  • A backdraft shutter is used with inline fans and duct, to stop air flowing in the “back” direction. It has “butterfly” wings and a very weak spring to minimise airflow reduction.
     
    Made of metal, this backdraft shutter will connect to 100mm ducting.

    $25.00
  • A simple and inexpensive way to stop standard ceiling exhaust fans from letting warm air out or cold air in. The draft stopper fits over fans that are smaller than its diameter of 330mm.
     
    Depth: About 200mm with flaps open
     
    It contains a pair of balanced shutters which open when the fan is turned on and close under their own weight when the fan is turned off. The Draft Stopper aims to reduce energy costs by preventing hot or cold air from entering or escaping the building via the hole in the ceiling for the exhaust fan. It's an easy and effective application to complete the draught proofing of your home or business.

    5.00 out of 5
    $39.00
  • A backdraft shutter is used with inline fans and duct, to stop air flowing in the “back” direction. They have a single disk flap on two hinges.
     
    Made of plastic in a 200mm size.

    $18.00
  • A backdraft shutter is used with inline fans and duct, to stop air flowing in the “back” direction. They have a single disk flap on two hinges.
     
    Made of plastic in a 150mm size.

    5.00 out of 5
    $15.00
  • A backdraft shutter is used with inline fans and duct, to stop air flowing in the “back” direction. They have a single disk flap on two hinges.
     
    Made of plastic in a 125mm size.

    5.00 out of 5
    $12.00
  • A backdraft shutter is used with inline fans and duct, to stop air flowing in the “back” direction. It has “butterfly” wings and a very weak spring to minimise airflow reduction.
     
    Made of plastic and suitable to connect to 100mm ducting.

    $10.00
  • A backdraft shutter is used with inline fans and duct, to stop air flowing in the “back” direction. It has “butterfly” wings and a very weak spring to minimise airflow reduction.
     
    Made of metal, this backdraft shutter will connect to 150mm ducting.

    4.50 out of 5
    $32.00
  • A backdraft shutter is used with inline fans and duct, to stop air flowing in the “back” direction. It has “butterfly” wings and a very weak spring to minimise airflow reduction.

    Made of metal, this backdraft shutter will connect to 350mm ducting if required.

    $35.00
  • A backdraft shutter is used with inline fans and duct, to stop air flowing in the “back” direction. It has “butterfly” wings and a very weak spring to minimise airflow reduction.
     
    Made of metal, this backdraft shutter will connect to 250mm ducting.

    5.00 out of 5
    $32.00
  • A backdraft shutter is used with inline fans and duct, to stop air flowing in the “back” direction. It has “butterfly” wings and a very weak spring to minimise airflow reduction.
     
    Made of metal, this backdraft shutter will connect to 200mm ducting.

    4.50 out of 5
    $35.00
  • A backdraft shutter is used with inline fans and duct, to stop air flowing in the “back” direction. It has “butterfly” wings and a very weak spring to minimise airflow reduction.
     
    Made of metal, this backdraft shutter will connect to 125mm ducting.

    5.00 out of 5
    $29.00