Two speed 150mm styled extractor fan
• IPX4, 220-240V 12.9/28.4W
• Wall, ceiling and panel mounting
• Airflow: 216/248m³/h, 60/69L/s
• Sound: 42.3/44.6dBA at 3m
• Part F, L and ErP compliant
• SFP: 0.22/0.41W/L/s
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Xpelair Simply Silent Contour C6S 150mm Extractor Fan Timer is rated
Rated 1 out of
Just like a review I read above,this fan is in no way silent,not even close,and like a review above the top the casing is so flimsy it fouled the rotor and I had to pack the casing out,to free the motor.The top casing would only just stay on,and one clip ,arrived broken so had to stick it on.
Date published: 2019-01-25
Rated 3 out of
Nice looks but feels flimsy
The attraction is the "silent" fan, but not hooked up yet, so we'll see -sorry aboput that. But all the little tabs are vedry fragile, but important, and sunk in a wall 200 years old, it isn't safe just to box it in, so I;ve had to beef up the protection with tape. Ther springs are meant to be week to oshut the backdraft, but these are poorly fixed on too. Let's hope it is quiet!
Date published: 2018-08-02
Rated 1 out of
Simply Silent It Is Not!
Very noisy and not what I expected from this make and at this price. When my electrician fitted it. As soon as you put the grill in place the fan seized up. The only way to free it was to cut out a small section at the centre of the grill so the rotor didn't catch on it. It wasn't until after he had done this that we realised how noisy it was otherwise I would have sent it back. Now it's too late of course
Date published: 2017-05-01