BATHROOM VENTILATION EXTRACTOR FANS

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by voodoochile, 24 Sep 2008.

  1. voodoochile

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    Hi

    I am rebuilding a bathroom and walk in shower with this huge bit of glass as well. I want to ventilate this room adequately. It measures 2.3 X 1.8m with a single double glazed window apx. 0.7m wide and 1.2 in height. The room is standard height and pretty much fully tiles.

    Has anyone a calculation for extractor fans please?

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    Would think a 6 inch will do you. :D
     
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    the regulations state a bathroom fan requires a min extract capacity of 15 litres per second 54m³hr (32CFM).

    a bathroom requires the min of 3 air changes hour.

    length x width x height = ? x 3 = ? gives you your ltr/sec for fan required.
     
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    great stuff..thanks for the points on using coving.........
    It will all help.........

    Thoughts for today.......'Chill out'
     
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