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Turbo Tube Pro 150 6 Inch Inline Fan

Powerful Inline Ceiling Fan Rated Five Star by Extractor Fan World (see review)
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245m3/hr Extraction rate The most powerful 6 inch fan available - 565m3/hr!
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Technical Data:
- Max Flow Rate: 565m3/hr
- Max Flow Rate: 157 L/s
- Noise : 46dB(A)
- Watts : 50w
- Spigot diameter: 150mm
- Overall Length: 289mm
- Overall Width: 220mm
- Height: 247mm

Extractor Fan World Review of the Turbo Tube

At 565m3/h, the Turbo Tube is the most powerful 6 inch fan available. Using 'mixed flow' technology, which combines the features of an axial and centrifugal impeller, it generates greater pressure and can thus cope with longer duct runs up to 20 metres without significant loss of power.

Offering superb build quality, the TT Pro remains the professional's choice for trouble free, long life service.

Installing the Turbo Tube Inline Duct Fan

You will need the following, all available from the accessories list below:
1 x Length of six inch flexible aluminium ducting (sold by the metre)
1 x six inch back draught shutter
4 x Duct clamps
1 x 6 inch circular internal grille
1 x Fixed external grille - available in white, grey or brown
1 x Condensation trap (If the fan and duct are fitted vertically)

 An inline fan is installed in the loft or ceiling void above the bathroom (or kitchen etc). Ducting is attached to each end of the fan with one length going to an internal grille in the ceiling of the bathroom and the other going to a grille on the external wall, soffitt or roof.
Inline Extractor Fan Installation Guide
Duct clamps are used to connect the ducting to each end of the fan and to the spigot of each of the grilles. The back draught shutter may be installed anywhere in the exhaust ducting - that is to say, the ducting which runs from the fan to the outside grille, but is usually situated as near to the outside grille as possible. It's worth pointing out, that the backdraught shutter must be fitted the right way round!

Unlike a wall mounted fan that is installed in the bathroom; an inline fan sits out of sight, within the run of ducting in the loft or ceiling. This offers the following benefits:  
  • It can be ducted  from directly above the shower or bath extracting steam and moisture at source, before it has time to condense
  • No coring through brickwork required, just a simple 4 inch hole in the ceiling that is covered by a discrete grille. 
  • It's easy to install - in the attic, ceiling void or loft space - there are no electrics for the fan in your bathroom at all.
  • This means there is no making good to be done when the job is finished. No plastering, painting or re-tiling  
The fan can be mounted anywhere along the duct run - wherever is most suitable for wiring connections and secure mounting. Ducting is then connected onto both ends of the fan, one for the input side and the other for the exhaust side, totalling your full duct run length. 

To prevent air coming back into the room via the duct run, an in-line backdraft shutter is fitted somewhere in the duct run. Either on the exhaust end of the fan, within the run of duct held in place by a duct clamp, or at the exterior grille for example.

Exit to outside requires a grille We recommend the Energy Saver No Resist Backdraft Grille - which prevents backdraughts without adding resistance to the ducting system. Internally, a grille is fitted on the ceiling. To ensure the ducting system is entirely air tight - which maximises the efficiency of the fan - we recommend the use of duct clamps when attaching the ducting to the sipgots of the fan and grilles.

In summary, the Turbo Tube is not only the best inline duct fan, but in our expert opinion, it is the best all round fan available. If you have loft space above the bathroom and if your installation allows, the Turbo Tube inline fan is the best extraction solution. Also available in 'Timer' version.

Useful Links
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Turbo Tube Six Inch 565m3/hr Inline Extractor Fan TT150 PRO
RRP: £167.00
£92.11 inc vat
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