Designed to be a perfect fit for kitchens, utility rooms and bathrooms, the Monsoon dMEV 100 range of fans offers a sleek design and near silent operation as low as 13dB(A), according to the company.

With efficiencies as low as 0.12 SFP, the Monsoon dMEV 100 range incorporates a high-pressure axial impeller, with a switched live connection or humidistat to control the boost speed.

The integral humidistat option provides ambient response logic that is fully adjustable between 40 and 90% relative humidity, with the fan increasing its speed proportionally as humidity increases.

The Monsoon dMEV 100 features fully adjustable airflow up to 30l/s on trickle and 35 l/s on boost, adjustable in 1l/s increments for easy installation and commissioning.

It is equipped with an integrated UKAS-calibrated airflow sensor, showing airflow and system pressure, and features a comfort control option to minimise nuisance tripping.

This allows the household to enjoy a quiet bathroom for up to 20 minutes before the Boost activates. Furthermore, if the room's light switch is turned on and off within 3 minutes, the Boost will not activate. 

The Monsoon dMEV 100 range is suitable for wall, ceiling and window mounting, and is IPX5 rated for Zone 1. Furthermore, an integrated spirit level for accurate siting makes install a breeze.

Robin Francis, Managing Director at National Ventilation, said: “The new Monsoon dMEV 100 is quiet yet versatile and has best-in-class specific fan powers making it the ideal option for developers who need to build homes with low carbon footprints and good indoor air quality.

“It’s also very versatile with multiple siting options, an integral humidistat option, and fully adjustable fan speed which all add up to a great choice for housebuilders and their buyers.”

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