Mixed Flow Inline Duct Fan with timer for 100mm ducting.
In Line Mixed Flow fans offer two and half times the pressure of conventional axial fans, are dimensionally more compact making them ideal for many ducted applications. The impeller blade design with guide vanes provides optimum pressure characteristics and simple connectivity and quieter more efficient running provides the complete solution.
The ACM Mixed Flow In-Line fan can operate in both horizontal and vertical positions and can be mounted to meet its optimum performance.
All motors are fitted with Standard Thermal Overload Protection. (S.T.O.P.). Designed for ambient temperatures up to +50°C.
Size 100 and 125 with shaded pole motors. Size 150, 200, 250 and 315 with capacitor start and run motors. All sizes are Class II appliances except ACM250 and ACM315 which is Class I Supply voltage 220-240V/1/50Hz.
Supply and install the ACM range of commercial In-line fans as manufactured by Vent-Axia Ltd, Fleming Way, Crawley, West Sussex, RH10 9YX, Telephone: 01293 526062.
The fan should be of the mixed flow design specifically for use with rigid and flexible ducting with energy efficiency and low sound levels in mind. The fan shall be fitted within the ducted system and isolated from the building structure by means of Anti- Vibration mountings.
The fans should be dimensionally compact saving weight and installation costs. The casing should be manufactured from galvanised sheet steel and manufacture is controlled to BS EN ISO 9001.
The fan motor should be removable by means of 2 Clip Bands for ease of maintenance.
Motors should have ball bearings greased for life to allow the fan to be installed at any angle and should have Class B insulation to allow the fan to work satisfactorily in ambient air temperatures from -5°C to +50°C and should be fitted with Standard Thermal Overload Protection (S.T.O.P.).
|Replaces Product Code||17104020D|
|Product Category||In-Line Fans|
|Round System (mm)||100|
|Product Type||Mixed Flow In-Line Fan|
|Product Group||Ventilation Fan|
|Spigot size (mm)||97|
|Power Min (Watts)||18|
|Power Max (Watts)||23|
|Decibel Rating (dB) - Low||20|
|Decibel Rating (dB) - Max||23|
|Packaged Weight (Kg)||2.1|
|Packaged Length (mm)||230|
|Packaged Width (mm)||210|
|Packaged Height (mm)||360|
|Economy Delivery||Not Eligible|
|Manufacturer Product Code||17104020|
|Vent Axia (similar)||ACM100T|
|Airflow Performance (l/s) - Low||70|
|Airflow Performance (l/s) - High||80|
|Airflow Performance (m³/h) - Low||252|
|Airflow Performance (m³/h) - High||288|
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Our bathroom is 2m W x 2m D x 2.28m H and 4 people use the shower around 90% of the time. Bathroom is upstairs and has a skylight window. We have a lot of condensation and mould has started to appear in the ceiling. Please advise if this is the best for our bathroom. Thank you.
Hello Mrs Smith
I will reply to your question in a separate e-mail.
Hi, can you advise whether I need to purchase extra ducting or fixtures to install this purchase? Thanks
100mm round ducting can be found here: http://www.i-sells.co.uk/ducting-system-100
An electrician or competent person should have no problems wiring this unit usually with a 3 amp fused spur with a switched live to initiate timer control.
Hello can you please tell me if this fan does have an over run timer fitted to it please many thanks.
Can one use this fan with just a on /off ceiling switch for control.
Could you tell me if this unit can be used with a humidity sensor and if it can which would you suggest? I have been looking at the Kair product: Quick Search: QS2872 but I notice it has a max air velocity of 15 m/s whereas the extractor is rated between 52 and 71 m/s. Many thanks.
The Kair K-HC Humidistat Controller can be used with the ACM100 Standard Fan but not with the ACM100T (Timer) model.
The 15 m/s figure refers to the air flowing past the sensor rather than the airflow capabilities of the fan.
Hello, Could you please let me know if this unit his unit is for Mains Operations (230 VAC) or 24v? If it runs on 24Volts do I require an external transformer or this is in within the unit? I am asking this question because I saw this unit advertised elswhere for 24Volts Operation. Thank you Regards, Ody
Using your bathroom extractor with the motor in the loft, do you need to extract the air from the motor to the outside or can you use the roof space
We would normally recommend ducting the unit to the outside because otherwise you will simply be moving the moisture-laden warm air into the loft space which could lead to serious mould, condensation, and possibly even rot issues in the loft void.
As an alternative you could always check duct towards existing soffit vents, or through the roof via a roof cowl (Product: GALHU-100) and appropriate dektite flashing for the pipe. Please do not hesitate to contact me direct if you would like me to put together a basket for you.
I have a 3.5 metre long duct from cooker hood to through wall to air ventilation. I anticipated that there will also be 1 possibly 2 right angle turns. I propose to use 100 mm plastic solid trunking with an in line motor like yours to add to the flow of the cooker hood fan. I understand that the air flow will drop by up to 50% with each right angle turn, Can you see any issue here for me?
Thank you for your e-mail. The ACM100T fan will do your application. The airflow will drop but not by 50%. The drop in pascals at 30l/s will be 21.10.
If you need any further help please do not hesitate to contact me on 0208 463 9683
Both the above have two speeds, is it possible on either, to control the speed from the bathroom below or will I have to go into the attic each time to alter the speed. Which is the most quiet inline extractor fan you sell.
Thank you for your question. The MF100t & ACM100t both have timers that you set before install. If you want to control the speed then the MF100s & the ACM100 can be controlled by a speed controller. The code for the MF100s speed controller is QS6285 and the speed controller for the ACM100s is QS3673.
Please can you advise me of the size specifications of this fan as I'm seeking to install within a flat ceiling with approx 7" depth. I have searched but unable to find the depth. Thanks.
What is the longest straight run you can do with this extractor with insulated flexible ducting?
Thank you for your question. This fan does an 8mtr straight run or a 6mtr with two bends.
Hello, I currently have this ACM100T fan and have it controlled by a light switch. I wish to purchase another for my en-suite and was wondering if this fan could instead be operated by a simple pull cord alone and not a light switch. Also, could I maybe use this fan with a PIR sensor? If so which PIR do you recommend and what else would be needed to make it work? Thanks
can i purchase VA ceiling grille& spigot& louvre soffit fascia,why is this fan not available as a complete kit,do Xpelair do a complete kit,no LEDlight required,if it means buying separate fittings from different manufacturers I will get a refund,appreciate any advice
where can I find wiring diagram for installation of ACM-100T extractor fan
Hello, I need to find an in-line fan to boost airflow from the dryer. The fan would be installed about 1m from dryer output and push the air thru about 6m of ducting. If so can you also indicate where I can find anti-vibe mountings. Thanks
Hello, I am looking install the fan using 110x54 ducting for a straight run of 3.5M. There are 2 bathrooms of1.9 x1.9M & 1.6x1.7M both 2.3 M high. Would this fan have enough power to clear both rooms if both showers were running? 99% of the time it would only be 1 being used at a time. Thanks
I'd like to install ACM100T by ducting from ceiling in shower room, through loft, and out through soffit. Could you recommend a ducting system/basket that I could use? What is best, rigid plastic ducting or flexible aluminium ducting? As there is plaster board, joists, and rock wool insulation, what is the best way to mount the fan in this type of ducting. Can back draught shutters be fitted with flexible aluminium ducting, or just rigid plastic ducting? Many thanks! Mick
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