Exhaust Fan Guide

Exhaust Fans For Your Ventilation Project – Plan, Design, Implement

We can help you with solutions to all your exhaust fan and ventilation needs. We come with years of expertise in this industry and supply exhaust fans Australia wide (we have a huge variety!). Our range of products include all the fans and accessories for your ventilation installation. Whether your project is a home DIY project or a large commercial project, we have the knowledge and product range to assist you.

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Bring in your plans for one of our consultants to analyse or speak to them over the phone or email. Get advice on your fan project so you know you are getting the right exhaust fan system for your custom application. We are a one-stop shop, helping you design an exhaust solution to your ventilation and cooling needs as well as supplying you with quality and affordable products for your project. You may be an architect, builder, electrician or house owner – you will get a great service here at Universal Fans!
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Exhaust Fan Product Range

There are many exhaust fan solutions available in our range with varying style and functionality that will best perform for your specifications. Ventilation of bathrooms, toilets, kitchens and the like is highly important for everyday use and well-being. Our range includes ceiling exhaust fans, window exhaust fans, wall exhaust fans, roof exhaust fans, in-line exhaust fans, external wall fans and many more.
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Ducted Exhaust Systems

If exhaust fans are ducted out then consideration should be given to the fact that the air capacity of the exhaust fan will be affected by the length, size and layout of the duct used. Equally, wall vents will also affect air capacity. The location of the exhaust fan will also determine its effectiveness. Choosing an exhaust fan is not a simple matter and many find that their fan does not do an adequate job. Therefore to make sure you are satisfied with your your ventilation solution, use our information and tips as well as talking to one of our experienced consultants.

Calculating Fan Capacity Needed

Once you have calculated your room size by multiplying its length by width by height (to give you a figure in cubic meters), you can multiply this with the number of air changes for the room type. We would recommend air changes of 13-15/hr for a bathroom/toilet and approximately 20-30/hr if you are concerned about a lot of steam in the bathroom.

Complementing Your Interior Design

Most exhaust fans are available in both white so as to blend in with white bathroom ceiling or walls, and in aluminum (or brushed aluminium) to complement modern chrome bathroom fittings. There are several designs that can complement your room with the fan face and grille coming in traditional styles for replacement projects to the more sleek designs for modern development.

Choosing An Exhaust Fan

Also known as an “extractor fan”, an exhaust fan should be chosen for its effectiveness, as well as its looks. Questions such as; Where do you want the fan to be mounted? Is ducting needed? Is noise a concern? Is there an existing hole? What look do you want? Contact us to help narrow down your options.