Xpelair Simply Silent DX100BS 100mm Standard Square Extractor Fan

SSDX100BS
Xpelair

Xpelair Simply Silent DX100BS 100mm Standard Square Extractor Fan

Are you looking for conventional bathroom accessories but with a modern spin? Simply Silent extractor fans control odours, mould growth and humidity in bathrooms, ensuites, cloakrooms and toilets.

The DX100BS features a square design which is finished in a cool white. 2 speeds are available for extraction rates of 53 and 74 m3 per hour respectively. The speed setting is adjusted during installation.

This is an axial type fan. These work by extracting air through its impeller which runs parallel to the shaft where the blades spin. They are ideal for domestic use.

Anything electrical that is being installed in the bathroom needs to be IP (ingress protection) rated. This governs where in a moisture rich environment an appliance can be fitted. These fans are IPX4 or IP44 which means they are protected from spraying water from any direction.

Installation can be done through a wall, window or alternatively the ceiling giving you that extra bit of flexibility.

 

Features and Benefits:

  • Extract Performance (m3/hr): 54/76
  • Sound Pressure Level ([email protected]): 22/34
  • Electrical Power Rating (W): 6.7/7.7
  • Specific Fan Power (W/l/s): 0.45/0.37
  • Speeds: 2
  • IPX4 or IP44 Ingress protection rating
  • Contemporary square design

 

Dimensions (mm):

  • Height: 178.5
  • Width: 178.5
CE Approved

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  • Martin
    5/ 5

    Always been a fan (forgive the pun) of Xpelair product compared to Manrose GET etc only other supplier I would rate is Vent Axia. Had these as replacements of Manrose & GET for a client they are delighted so so quiet. Only issue I had was the new 3 plate fixing not ideal when working on the ceiling of an old victorian house laths and crumbaling plaster got there in the end but would have been a simple job if the old 4 plate fixing was still in place cannot fault the product though.