Ceiling Exhaust Fan Definition: A ceiling exhaust fan, as the name suggests, is an exhaust fan that is mounted on a ceiling. These fans expel air upwards through the ceiling and can be exhausted into the roof cavity or ducted to be exhausted to the outside.
A ceiling exhaust fan is one of the most popular methods of ventilating a room. When choosing a ceiling exhaust fan, consider the capacity (airflow) required – usually based the room size and its use. Secondly what hole-size is required (especially if replacing an existing fan), and thirdly does the fan need to be able to connect to duct work.
• Humidity Control
• Controlling Steam, Fumes and Odors
• Gas and Smoke Removal
• Heat Removal
• Maintaining Wall and Fabric Health
Air quality is something that we generally take for granted. But did you know that indoor air often contains a range of pollutants, allergens, moisture, and dust? Here are five common uses for exhaust fans: Kitchens, Bathrooms, Chimney Fans, Industrial, Hospitals