Mixed Flow Inline Duct Fan for 200mm 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 should be fully speed controllable by using a variable speed controller.
The fan should be controlled by humidity, air quality or PIR sensor.
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||17108010A|
|Product Category||In-Line Fans|
|Round System (mm)||200|
|Product Type||Mixed Flow In-Line Fan|
|Product Group||Ventilation Fan|
|Spigot size (mm)||199.5|
|Power Min (Watts)||107|
|Power Max (Watts)||114|
|Decibel Rating (dB) - Low||32|
|Decibel Rating (dB) - Max||38|
|Packaged Weight (Kg)||4.7|
|Packaged Length (mm)||385|
|Packaged Width (mm)||275|
|Packaged Height (mm)||320|
|Economy Delivery||Not Eligible|
|Manufacturer Product Code||17108010|
|Vent Axia (similar)||ACM200|
|Airflow Performance (l/s) - Low||111|
|Airflow Performance (l/s) - High||240|
|Airflow Performance (m³/h) - Low||399|
|Airflow Performance (m³/h) - High||864|
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I wanted to enquire about the use of this in line extractor fan in the kitchen with a run of 3-5m depending on it's final location. If placed above a hob, can it be suspended in suitable enclosure around 1.2/1.3m high? Appreciate your help!
Good morning Raj, and thanks for your question. This won't be suitable to go above the hob, as cooking tends to cause grease to rise, which is why a lot of people have cooker hoods with grease filters. If you want to use an inline fan, the maximum duct run can be 5m plus 1 bend. I would recommend installing it in the ceiling void if possible, and having an extract grill in a more central part of the kitchen. That should take away unwanted humidity..
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