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Low Profile 100mm Standard Fan for Kitchen / Bathroom, IP44 Envirovent Profile 100S

Low Profile 100mm Standard Fan for Kitchen / Bathroom, IP44 Envirovent Profile 100S

This fan is an Envirovent Low Profile Bathroom, Kitchen & Utility Room Fan, 100mm diameter fan w..

Model: PRO100S

£44.10 Ex. VAT

Low Profile 100mm Fan with Adjustable Timer for Kitchen / Bathroom, IP44 Envirovent Profile 100

Low Profile 100mm Fan with Adjustable Timer for Kitchen / Bathroom, IP44 Envirovent Profile 100

This fan is an Envirovent Low Profile Bathroom, Kitchen & Utility Room Fan, 100mm diameter fan w..

Model: PRO100T

£60.17 Ex. VAT

Low Profile 100mm Extractor Fan with Humidistat and Adjustable Timer for Kitchen / Bathroom

Low Profile 100mm Extractor Fan with Humidistat and Adjustable Timer for Kitchen / Bathroom

This fan is an Envirovent Low Profile Bathroom, Kitchen & Utility Room Fan, 100mm diameter fan w..

Model: PRO100HT

£92.64 Ex. VAT

Envirovent Profile 150mm Slim Standard Fan IP44 for Bathroom and Kitchen Wall / Ceiling

Envirovent Profile 150mm Slim Standard Fan IP44 for Bathroom and Kitchen Wall / Ceiling

The Envirovent PRO150S is a 150mm ultra slim-line bathroom, kitchen and utility room axial fan for w..

Model: PRO150S

£86.50 Ex. VAT

Low Profile 100mm Fan with PIR and Ajudstable Timer for Kitchen / Bathroom IP44 rated

Low Profile 100mm Fan with PIR and Ajudstable Timer for Kitchen / Bathroom IP44 rated

The Envirovent PROFILE 100PIR is an innovative slim-line domestic axial extract fan designed to solv..

Model: PRO100PI

£111.65 Ex. VAT

Envirovent Profile 150mm Slim Fan with Adjustable Timer, IP44 Bathroom and Kitchen Fan

Envirovent Profile 150mm Slim Fan with Adjustable Timer, IP44 Bathroom and Kitchen Fan

The Envirovent PRO150T is a 150mm ultra slim-line fan with adjustable timer, a bathroom, kitchen and..

Model: PRO150T

£97.36 Ex. VAT

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