Vent-Axia 150X 20W Axial Kitchen Extractor Fan Product Code: 65224

€65.95
ABS. White louvred grille. Compliant with Part F of the Building Regulations.

Features

  • Extraction Rate 241m³/hr
  • Noise Level 43dBA at 3m
  • 2 Year Manufacturer's Guarantee (T&Cs Apply)
  • Model No: 150X
  • Width: 223mm

Specifications

20W. IPX4. . Hole dia. . Spigot dia. 147mm. Width: 223mm. .
Additional Information
Technical Specification
  • Brand : Vent-Axia
  • Product Height : 223 mm
  • Product Type : Axial Kitchen Extractor Fan
  • Power Output (Watts/Kw) : 20 W
  • IP Rating : IPX4
  • Model No : 150X
  • Extraction Rate : 241 m³/hr
  • Product Width : 223 mm
  • Colour : White
  • Pack Size : 1
  • Switch Type : Standard
  • Product Diameter : 100 mm
  • Manufacturer Guarantee : 2 Year Manufacturer's Guarantee (T&Cs Apply)
  • Pieces in Pack/Case : 1
  • Mount Type : Ceiling or Wall-Mounted
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Vent-Axia 150X 20W Axial Kitchen Extractor Fan is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good but not great I installed two of these fans in toilets having used a 152mm hole saw to drill through the metal interior / exterior wall cladding (I also used the Vent Axia vent kit). The fan has a slight concave edge on all four sides which is not ideal when trying to get it level and in my opinion it spoils the finished look of the fan. The flex enters from the rear at the top of the base but I had to drill a 6mm hole in the side of the cover to allow my surface mounted flex to enter. The internal components themselves are quite cheap looking but that's the norm these days. The terminal block itself is tiny and very shallow so DIY'rs in particular should be very careful when connecting a flex into the terminal blocks. The actual fan cover clips over the top edge of the base and is held (barely) in place by one tiny screw on the bottom edge but if your wall is even slightly off the fan base will buckle and the cover will not sit right (always remember if working above a sink or toilet, put the plug in the sink and the toilet seat down in case you drop one of the small screws). It's not a bad fan for the money but, a little more thought put into the design would make it a much better fan.
Date published: 2017-07-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Something in the air? This fan was fitted as a replacement for a faulty unit, which had been damaged due to someone attempting to clean the internals of the fan in a very ham-fisted way. The new model features a better design for the back draft shutter, it now has a delayed opening and closing as many fans now have. This is an improvement on the old model which was relying on the air to push open the shutter and spring close. Fitting it was a doddle and it works a treat, took all of 15 minutes to swap.
Date published: 2016-12-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from 6" Vent Axia Extract Fan Basic fan which does what it says on the tin. There are better 6" fans out there but this is good value for money. Had to get this fan to replace a 4 year old 30W 150X which had gave up the ghost (fan blade had separated from spindle). Hopefully this one will last a bit longer, only time will tell.
Date published: 2016-06-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from So far so good It replaced an old 6" fan used to extract air from a small cloakroom - the only ingress of air was from a 1/2 inch slit under the door so it has to work hard. Basically (a) it does its job well, (b) was easy to install, (c) is quiet enough ( not wisper quiet but quiet enough and no audible blade whine) (d) looks OK (e) the back draft shutters work (f) it is simple - just an induction motor and a heated capsule driving the back-draft shutters. (g) double insulated so doesn't need an earth and so shouldn't upset sensitive RCCD's in the consumer unit !! (h) it was reasonably priced Now all we need to know is how long it lasts ? (the original fan was over 20 years old and was only replaced because of the blade whine)
Date published: 2014-12-15
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