In-Line Fans

The In-Line fans are situated in a ceiling void or loft, meaning the ventilation unit is not in the room. This means it is much quieter than traditional fan as the fan is located away from the living space. These fans are often more powerful than Bathroom & Kitchen fans and ideal for use with long duct runs.

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What is an In-Line Fan?

An In-Line fan is best defined as a fan that is mounted inside or connected to ducting that is used for extraction purposes. An in-line fan does not sit directly on the plasterboard or ceiling, instead it is typically located inside the attic or roofspace a little bit further away from the bathroom. Suitable for most domestic applications, particularly where space is limited, the In-Line fans’ compact size makes them ideal for refurbishments and in restricted ceiling voids.The fans offer almost two and a half times the pressure development of conventional axial fans making them ideal for ducted applications. 

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ACM100
ACM In-line Mixed Flow Fans - ACM100 with 100mm diameter spigots
Stock Ref. No: 17104010
Price £174.19 (excl VAT)
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ACM200
ACM In-line Mixed Flow Fans - ACM200 with 200mm diameter spigots
Stock Ref. No: 17108010
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ACM250
ACM In-line Mixed Flow Fans - ACM250 with 250mm diameter spigots
Stock Ref. No: 17110010
Price £573.74 (excl VAT)
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ACM315
ACM In-line Mixed Flow Fans - ACM315 with 315mm diameter spigots
Stock Ref. No: 17112010
Price £656.71 (excl VAT)
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What is an In-Line Fan?

An In-Line fan is best defined as a fan that is mounted inside or connected to ducting that is used for extraction purposes. An in-line fan does not sit directly on the plasterboard or ceiling, instead it is typically located inside the attic or roofspace a little bit further away from the bathroom. Suitable for most domestic applications, particularly where space is limited, the In-Line fans’ compact size makes them ideal for refurbishments and in restricted ceiling voids.The fans offer almost two and a half times the pressure development of conventional axial fans making them ideal for ducted applications. 

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ACM100
ACM In-line Mixed Flow Fans - ACM100 with 100mm diameter spigots
Stock Ref. No: 17104010
Price £174.19 (excl VAT)
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ACM200
ACM In-line Mixed Flow Fans - ACM200 with 200mm diameter spigots
Stock Ref. No: 17108010
(Please call 0344 856 0590 0344 856 0590 for further availability information)
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ACM250
ACM In-line Mixed Flow Fans - ACM250 with 250mm diameter spigots
Stock Ref. No: 17110010
Price £573.74 (excl VAT)
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ACM315
ACM In-line Mixed Flow Fans - ACM315 with 315mm diameter spigots
Stock Ref. No: 17112010
Price £656.71 (excl VAT)
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