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Bathroom extractor fan Ø 100 mm anthracite design - EET100A
Bathroom extractor fan Ø 100 mm anthracite design - EET100A
Bathroom extractor fan Ø 100 mm anthracite design - EET100A
Bathroom extractor fan Ø 100 mm anthracite design - EET100A
Bathroom extractor fan Ø 100 mm anthracite design - EET100A
Bathroom extractor fan Ø 100 mm anthracite design - EET100A
Bathroom extractor fan Ø 100 mm anthracite design - EET100A
Bathroom extractor fan Ø 100 mm anthracite design - EET100A
Bathroom extractor fan Ø 100 mm anthracite design - EET100A
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Bathroom extractor fan Ø 100 mm anthracite design - EET100A
Bathroom extractor fan Ø 100 mm anthracite design - EET100A
Bathroom extractor fan Ø 100 mm anthracite design - EET100A
Bathroom extractor fan Ø 100 mm anthracite design - EET100A
Bathroom extractor fan Ø 100 mm anthracite design - EET100A
Bathroom extractor fan Ø 100 mm anthracite design - EET100A
Bathroom extractor fan Ø 100 mm anthracite design - EET100A
Bathroom extractor fan Ø 100 mm anthracite design - EET100A
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Bathroom extractor fan Ø 100 mm anthracite design - EET100A

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Bathroom extractor fan Ø 100 mm anthracite design - EET100A

Stylish ventilation in the bathroom is made possible with the installation of a designer bathroom extractor fan. The bathroom extractor fans are available in a variety of models, with a wide choice of colours, sizes and designs that include additional options for even better bathroom extraction. Our bathroom extractor fan can be installed in any room you like, such as your bathroom, toilet or storage room.

The designer bathroom extractor fan can be mounted on a wall or ceiling. Equipped with a special bearing motor that guarantees long-term use. The toilet fan can be switched on and off as required for optimum ease of use. English user manual included.

This bathroom extractor fan can be mounted in both the wall and the ceiling.

Please note! Mounting materials are not included with our bathroom extractor fans.

Would you prefer a different version of the bathroom extractor fan? You can also opt for our standard or luxury bathroom extractor fan.

This bathroom extractor fan has a Ø of 100 mm. This is equal to a Ø of 4 inches.

Brand Europlast
Categorie Bathroom extractor fan design
GTIN 4750492012581
Manufacturer's item number EET100A
Article number 19300052

Specifications

Diameter 100
Air Flow 100 m³/h
Bluetooth No
Frequency 50 Hz
Front width 145 mm
Front thickness 35 mm
Front height 145 mm
Sound 32 Decibel
IP protection class IPX4
Built-in Yes
Built-in depth 80 mm
Kleur Antraciet
Housing material Plastic
With automatic closing valve No
With movement sensor No
With odour sensor No
With light sensor No
With plug No
With timer No
With pull cord No
With delayed start No
With humidity sensor No
Motor type Alternating current motor
Weight 0.43 kg
Ceiling mounting Yes
Switch No
Switchable Yes
Rotational speed 2550 p/m
Venttype Bathroom fan
Power 15 W
Voltage 230 V
Shape Square
Wall mounting Yes

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