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Turbo Tube TT Pro 100
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Welcome to Extractor Fan World TV.
In this video, we're going to have a look at the Turbo Tube Pro 100 Inline extractor fan.
 
What is an inline fan?
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 - which is a horrible job - is required, just a simple 4 inch hole in the ceiling that is covered by a discrete grille. ..((and the same in the soffit))
  • 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
 
Let's take a look at the Turbo Tube:
 
  • At 245m3/h, it's the most powerful 4 inch fan available. Indeed, this extraction rate is almost three times that of even the best surface mounted axial fans, which offer around 95m3/hr.
  • Using mixed flow technology, it generates greater pressure and can thus cope with longer duct runs – up to 20 metres – without significant loss of power.
  • Very quiet operation - only 32 decibels when running which is equivalent to somewhere in between a human whisper and a quiet library.
  • Easy to clean, simply undo the clamps and remove the motor body from the duct completely
  • Build quality is superb. The TT Pro remains the professional's choice for excellent extraction rates, long service life and a perfectly clear bathroom.
 
So how does it all fit into your ceiling?
 
  • 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 combat air coming back into the room via the duct run, you will need to put an in-line backdraft shutter in the run somewhere – 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.
  • To finish off, a grille on the ceiling. Several finishes are available to match you décor including white, chrome and satin nickel, and showerlight grilles in white and chrome are also available
  • All held together with duct clamps at every connection point – these are essential for keeping the system air tight and maximising efficiency.
 
So there you are, the TT Pro Mixflow Inline extractor fan. The professional choice when fitting an extractor fan in your bathroom.
 
Thanks so much for watching, see you again next time on Extractor Fan World TV.
 
 

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