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  1. #1
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    Inline bath fans

    Has anyone have/installed a inline bath fan?

    I am going to remodel a bathroom in the spring and see Burkhimer has started to carry these -

    http://www.solerpalau-usa.com/res_bek.html

    any reviews?

  2. #2

    Super quite

    Be carefull with the mounting.

  3. #3
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    To keep a proper prescriptive standard of performance you should consider ashrae 62.2 & csa f326. As far as I understand most motors are UL tested without a load applied for a system with in a parabolic curve.

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    Runs exceeding the recommended lengths will only cause air to be ratified in a way that is objectionable to the desired volume. In other words, if you want a smooth delivery of design variables without under/over ventilating then matching the collar size isn't the best approach for your fart fan.
    Last edited by Joseph'bidness; 02-07-2013 at 08:14 PM. Reason: Grammar

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