Garage exhaust fan – Exhaust fans are used in garage, kitchens and other spaces in your home. The fans are designed to remove moisture, odors, fumes and other indoor air pollutants. The most popular extractors are motorized versions. As more homeowners have made their homes more efficient, homes have become more airtight and secluded. This makes proper ventilation even more important. Inadequate ventilation and airflow can lead to moisture damage and unhealthy air quality.
There are a wide variety of sizes and types of extractors including ceiling, wall mounted, inline extractor, combination hood and cooker hoods. The typical ceiling mounted garage exhaust fan is installed in the ceiling, between the two beams, in a space such as garage. A wall-mounted fan is installed between two wooden posts on an outer wall.
Garage exhaust fan is actually installed in ducts and are generally used when there is enough space to install a ceiling fan. A combination fan, which has light component heat fan, is usually found in garage. Escape from the kitchen range hood helps vent smoke, grease and odors from cooking to the outdoors. Some fan extractors work a lot the traditional house fan. They are called propellers or axial fans. Fans can circulate a good amount of air and do not require much pressure to operate. A centrifugal fan works like centrifugal water pumps, which forces the air out of the zone.