Vortice extract fans

Published:  06 July, 2016

Vortice, ventilation, extract fan, bathroom

Vortice’s Punto Evo Flexo range of fans is described as the next stage on from the popular Punto Evo bathroom fan and features a stylish curved front grille that is very easy to clean. There are two sizes — one for a 100 mm-diameter wall penetration and with a maximum airflow of 25 l/s, and the other for a 120 mm wall penetration with maximum airflow of 49 l/s.

Noise levels are, respectively, 26.9 and 32.3 dB(A) at 3 m distance.

Power consumption is 9 and 13 W, respectively.

Full BIM and specification details are on the Vortice UK web site.

For more information on this story, click here: July 2016, 177

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