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innovation with style – the new Envirovent Silent 100 Design bathroom fans

The interior designs have influenced the way we choose items for the home from wallpaper to practical electrical appliances.  From cooker hoods to shower curtains, current trends have an effect on what we buy and even in a recession consumers still want to furnish and enhance their homes. For the style conscious certain appliances, such as extractor fans, still provide a challenge.

innovation with style - the new Envirovent Silent 100 bathroom extractor fans; application of the EnviroVent Silent 100 Design bathroom fan

Extractor fans are a necessary part of modern day life. As we construct or refurbish our homes in-line with stringent building regulations to become more energy efficient by adding measures such as cavity wall insulation, loft insulation and double glazing, we effectively  ‘seal –up’ our homes and by doing so create poor ventilation, which can lead to condensation and mould problems. Conventional extractor fans are not ‘fashion friendly’ and for a number of people this is not a problem. However, the consumer who has just spent a small fortune on a fabulous bathroom with a trendy walk-in shower will require something extra special that is pleasing on the eye. EnviroVent have the perfect solution – the stylish SILENT 100 Design.

The SILENT 100 Design is a new range of domestic axial fans suitable for utility rooms and bathrooms available in two colours, white or silver, complete with four smart interchangeable front panel trims in four evocative shades.  By incorporating whisper-quiet silent technology, the presence of the SILENT 100 Design fan promises never to ruin the ambiance of the room it has been installed in.

Innovative Silence – the SILENT 100 Design

The SILENT 100 Design is the result of extensive and scrupulous development by EnviroVent’s R&D team, who have patented a refreshing new concept by developing an extractor fan that is designed to extract the maximum airflow with the minimum noise possible. This is achieved by motors mounted on silent elastic blocks; the elastic blocks absorb the vibrations from the motor and prevent the noise being transmitted into the area where the extract fan is installed. This not only significantly reduces the noise from the extractor fan, but also any noise from the surface that supports the fan.

The SILENT 100 Design has been tested for noise and vibration by ENAC/ILAC, an independent research centre in Europe. Here, a benchmark study was carried out on the market’s most popular domestic axial extract fans to test their acoustic benefits against the patented ‘silent’ technology of the SILENT Range.   Each appliance went through sound power level testing using sound pressure. At the time of testing the results showed that out of all the axial fans tested, the most popular ‘quietest’ model on the market emitted twice the noise level of the equivalent SILENT model.

Continue reading this article via, The New SILENT 100 Design – Innovation with style (on the Envirovent website and the Electrical Wholesaler News). Taken with permission from their website, this article introduces some of the benefits and features of the SILENT 100 Design range of bathroom extractor fans. Read more about these fans via preventing the condensation problems, the SILENT 100 design bathroom fan, or at the Heating and Ventilation articles.

prevent the condensation problems by having proper ventilation in your house!

prevent the condensation problems by having proper ventilation in your house!Why do you need a proper ventilation in your home? One of the many things going on in the home is the condensation. What is condensation? Condensation forms on a surface when the temperature of that surface is below the dew point of the surrounding air. In general, condensation forms on the window, on the walls, on surfaces which have differing temperatures on their sides, etc.

As the air is cooled, its relative humidity rises until it reaches a point where it is saturated – and can no longer hold on to all the moisture in the atmosphere. The temperature at which this occurs is the dew point and it will vary according to the initial moisture content in the air. When the temperature drops in an occupied property, the air can no longer hold onto all the moisture that has been generated so it will migrate to the coldest parts of the house and condense onto the windows and walls.

prevent any wall or window condensation by having a proper ventilation in your house!

Recently we added the Silent 100 Design range of quiet bathroom / toilet extractor fans on our website. This range of 100mm domestic axial extractor fans is ideal for wall or ceiling installations, and it is designed to solve ventilation problems in utility rooms and bathrooms. Fitted with motors mounted on silent elastic blocks, the fans deliver incredibly silent running and exceptional performance with stylish features. They come in either White or Silver finish.

The SILENT 100 Design is an innovative domestic axial extract fan designed to offer a low level of noise supplied in a 230V format suitable for small rooms and bathrooms. The fan is fitted with a neon light, backdraught shutter and airflow guide vanes as standard. The fans are supplied with four coloured interchangeable front panel trims.

Applications: the SILENT 100 Design can be wall or ceiling mounted to meet the Building Regulations – Part F (England), Scottish Building Regulations

The Silent 100 Design bathroom fans – Features

  • Sealed for life ball bearings
  • Silent elastic blocks
  • Numerous quality features
  • IP45 rated axial fan
  • Backdraught shutter and airflow guide vanes as standard
  • Standard Thermal Overload Protection (S.T.O.P)
  • Available in white or silver
  • Five year guarantee
  • Elegant design
  • Incredibly silent running
  • High performance
  • Significant energy savings
  • Complies with building regulations
  • Models: EnviroVent 100T (with timer), and the Silent 100 Design range of white bathroom fan and silver bathroom fan.

[Note. This article was inspired from, The Condensation problems, article via, Home Ventilation.]