Exhaust fan


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Exhaust fan

A fan that withdraws air that is not returned to the central air-treatment center and is exhausted to the outside.

exhaust fan

exhaust fan
A fan which withdraws air from a localized area or from a space in a building from which it is desired not to return the air to the central air-treatment system, as from a toilet.
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This high quality, low wattage exhaust fan operates continuously to provide whole-building ventilation in compliance with Standard 62.2: 40 cfm (20 L/s).
Exhaust fans can be mounted inside or outside the top of the cabinet.
Multiple exhaust fans installed in a plenum arrangement can share load and/or provide incremental back-up capacity.
It should be sized to the same cfm capacity as the exhaust fan so that there is an even balance of good, filtered air that is fed to the booth area.
The Filipina shouted loudly before she saw the hand being withdrawn quickly and removed from the exhaust fan.
This decrease is primarily due to a reduction in supply and exhaust fan energy.
The boxes were stacked in a way that the level of some boxes had reached near the exhaust fan. As a result, there was not enough ventilation."
Installing a quiet bathroom exhaust fan may seem like a small concern, but it can make a big difference in a homeowner's satisfaction with a bathroom remodel.
A constant flow rate was maintained through the chimney by using a variable-speed exhaust fan. The exhaust fan ensured minimal diffusion of the effluent at the bottom of the hood.