Bathroom Extractor Cata B10 of 41 dB and 15W of power with short spout 100 mm diameter to wall and ceiling.
This type of extratores have been specially designed for use in bathrooms in order to ventilate the room, and to reduce mold and odors. The extractors also help us to keep the walls, ceilings and joints in good condition for longer, despite the fog and moisture of the bathroom, because evacuate air outside and thus prevent condensation.
- Diameter: Ø 100 mm
- Voltage: 230 V
- Absorbed power: 15W
- Maximum flow: 98 m3 / h
- Sound pressure level: 41 dB
- Color: White
Reference: CATA B10
How to select the right extractor for a bath?
To ensure proper ventilation in the bathroom, the flow (air extraction level) of the extractor must be 10 times the volume of air in the room. Calculate the volume of air in a room is very simple, just multiply the high X width X length.
Ie if we have a bathroom that is 2 meters wide, 2.5 meters long and 2, 2 meters high the volume is 11 m3. Continuing the example, if we need an extractor that has a rate 10 times the volume, multiply 11 (m3) X 10 and get our extractor must have an extraction rate of 110 m3 / h.
Where to place the fan in the bathroom?
The pumps are electric appliances so they need a connection to the mains. In the bathrooms is prohibited for safety, install exhaust fans over the bath or shower, unless Situes at a distance greater than 2.25 m in height.
Also we recommend you do not put up the radiators to prevent heat loss or next to doors or vents because they create a chip will not renew the air properly.
You can place the extractor built into the wall, ceiling or glass. It is important to know how tall the diameter of the outlet duct for the appropriate measure.
The discount applied to the PVP is -20%