Quiet extractor fan

Found 14th May 2018
Looking for the quietest fan I can find for use in the bedroom ceiling to remove hot air and 'pull in' cold air through the window on hot/breeeze free nights. Either in line + trunking or plain ceiling mounted. Has anyone else done this? I've seen the principle it used very effectively in bars/clubs/theatres
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I installed a couple of the Airflow Quietair QT100HT (Humidity/Timer) a few years back - one in ensuite and found them very good and quiet and way better than the Silavent that I read was good but not quiet at all...
That’s just my observation.
Put a inline fan up in loft space. You won't hear it if correctly
VASF100 is very quiet
As well as a decent fan also consider the installation.

I'd go for insulated ducting - amazon.co.uk/100…APS - this will help reduce noise transmission as well as prevent condensation withing the ducting prolonging the life of the fan. I'd also fit the fan on rubber washers, fitted to timber battens fixed to the roof trusses rather than ceiling joists.

I've not done as you are considering but I have an inline fan installed as described with insulated ducting for the bathroom and this is essentially silent in the room.
Wouldn't acoustic ducting be better for a bedroom: tlc-direct.co.uk/Pro…wcB
Edited by: "melted" 15th May 2018
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