As well as being IPX5 compliant, ensuring simple and flexible installation, the Quiet Fan X5 promises ultra-low sound levels. Manrose hopes the Quiet Fan X5 will prove popular with households, thanks to its performance and its new tile-like façade.
Offering an ideal upsell for electricians, the Quiet Fan X5 range offers an impressively high extraction rate of 90m³/hr, while maintaining an incredibly quiet running volume as low as just 25dB(A). The fan’s IPX5 rating also means that it can be safely installed within Zone 1 without the need for a low voltage transformer, making an ideal choice for a small bathroom, shower room or toilet, where space is at a premium, says the company.
“The Quiet Fan X5 is so reliable, we’re sure that delighted customers will want to give their electrician a high 5! Households will also appreciate a bathroom free from condensation and mould without having to put up with the annoying drone associated with many bathroom fans”, says Lee Warren, Sales Director at Manrose.
“The tiled-like façade model is an attractive option that will look good in any bathroom. Add to that a 3-year warranty, a low energy motor and low Specific Fan Power (SFP) for lower energy bills and it’s the obvious choice for electricians and households alike.”
Featuring a low energy motor with a maximum consumption of 6 Watts and a low SFP of 0.29w/l/ the Quiet Fan X5 offers an energy-efficient option for electricians to offer their customers. Meanwhile, its motors are warranted for a minimum of 30,000 hours or 3 years. Available with a range of control options including Basic, Timer, Humidistat and PIR, the Quiet Fan X5 is suitable for both wall and ceiling mounting offering install flexibility.
The Quiet Fan X5 is not only good looking is manufactured using high gloss ABS thermoplastics for strength and durability, and comes with integral backdraught shutters. It is double-insulated, which means it does not require to be earthed. The unit also includes a performance-enhancing turning vane system located in the spigot to improve performance by maintaining a high output. The range complies with both Part F & L of the Building Regulations.
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