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Manrose WF150AP Extractor Fan 150mm + 3 Year Guarantee - £8 @ B&Q (Free Click & Collect)
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Manrose WF150AP Extractor Fan 150mm + 3 Year Guarantee - £8 @ B&Q (Free Click & Collect)

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Good offer for £8. Also comes with a 3 year guarantee.

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Compliant with Parts F and L of the Building Regulations.

  • Extraction Rate 220m³/hr
  • Noise Level 40dBA at 3m
  • Window-Mounted
  • Automatic Internal Shutter
  • 3 Year Manufacturer's Guarantee (T&Cs Apply)
  • Model No: WF150AP

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Ideal for a dog kennel or a garage.
Can anyone give me some advice. I have a fan in the bathroom ceiling but it's not doing very much. How can I improve the ventilation without wrecking my tiling?
In the ceiling so it's ducted into the attic and then outside? Put In a good inline fan and it'll extract plenty
TellyLover23/02/2020 16:41

Can anyone give me some advice. I have a fan in the bathroom ceiling but …Can anyone give me some advice. I have a fan in the bathroom ceiling but it's not doing very much. How can I improve the ventilation without wrecking my tiling?

Remove the ceiling fan and replace with this : screwfix.com/p/m…434
then install one of these ebay.co.uk/itm…9XH
you will also require some flexi vent hose the same stuff a tumble dryer has. works much better than a standard extractor fan.
I purchased this last time it was on here, it's a window mounted and those that say it will mount anywhere else a big no it's not possible or in my case the back won't connect to the tubing for external extraction.

But a very good quality window fan.
Nice one bud!(highfive)
Can you get a cat or a small dog(jack Russell size) through one of these?
OFAH23/02/2020 16:49

In the ceiling so it's ducted into the attic and then outside? Put In a …In the ceiling so it's ducted into the attic and then outside? Put In a good inline fan and it'll extract plenty


Yep, a decent in-line extractor fan (like a Manrose one from Amazon/Screwfix) will be vastly more effective than standard fans.
Slightly off topic but anyone used a normal standard £30-£50 inline fan for a kitchen hood? Considering this just not sure if it'll be as suitable
Good price 🏻
usernameinalid23/02/2020 17:38

I purchased this last time it was on here, it's a window mounted and those …I purchased this last time it was on here, it's a window mounted and those that say it will mount anywhere else a big no it's not possible or in my case the back won't connect to the tubing for external extraction.But a very good quality window fan.


Hi, i think you needs a special additional vent kit for that. Maybe wrong.
bobhope23/02/2020 17:36

Remove the ceiling fan and replace with this : …Remove the ceiling fan and replace with this : https://www.screwfix.com/p/manrose-fixed-louvre-vent-white-100-x-100mm/14434then install one of these https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/SALE-XFLO100T-Timer-Fan-in-line-Mixed-Flow-4-100mm-dia-Bathroom-Extractor-Fan/390681128288?epid=12026710901&hash=item5af668ed60:g:n8wAAOSwNhNd39XHyou will also require some flexi vent hose the same stuff a tumble dryer has. works much better than a standard extractor fan.


Thanks Bob. Can this in line fan be placed in the wall cavity? Assuming the hole is big enough and squared to accommodate this fan. Can it then be connected with a small piece of flexi vent hose to connect to outside and inside vents?
Killer24/02/2020 16:11

Thanks Bob. Can this in line fan be placed in the wall cavity? Assuming …Thanks Bob. Can this in line fan be placed in the wall cavity? Assuming the hole is big enough and squared to accommodate this fan. Can it then be connected with a small piece of flexi vent hose to connect to outside and inside vents?


Designed to be fixed on a flat surface for attic or a open space only really , if you need to go through a cavity wall then the only option is what the op has posted
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