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Build a Fume Extractor and Understand How it Works to Help Your Ventillation

Let's understand how fume extractor works and learn how to build it yourself to ventilate your house well.

What Is a Kitchen Extractor Fan?

A kitchen extractor fan is typically installed over the stove to expel fumes, smoke and aromas from the kitchen. The fan is typically enclosed in a canopy, and is attached to one or more motors, depending on the type of kitchen extractor fan that you want to install in your house.

DIY Fume Extractor

I've spent too much time breathing the stuff that emanates from the tips of soldering irons. After checking out the available fume extractors, I thought I could do better putting something together myself. If it didn't turn out that way, at least it would be my loud, expensive, and low air flow fume extractor.

How to Build a Garage Exhaust Hose | eHow

Working on cars in a garage requires the cars to be started up inside the garage to drive them in and out and to test their engines. In commercial garages that work on a lot of cars, steps must be taken to remove the engine exhaust from the work area to prevent dangerous buildup of carbon dioxide.

What Should I Expect from Ventilation Installation?

Brief and Straightforward Guide: What Should I Expect from Ventilation Installation?

How to Ensure Your Attic is Ventilating Properly

Few aspects of your home are as critical to the long-term performance of your roof as the ventilation of the roof and the attic space directly under it. Ever ask yourself "why does my attic smell so musty?"

How Acoustic Ventilation Works

Most of us are aware of the dangers of outside air pollution, but not many know that indoor air pollution levels can be as much as five times greater than outside. Ventilation can help combat the poor air quality, but how can we keep it quiet?

Adding Ventilation To Your Crawlspace |

A crawlspace is the open area in the foundation under a house. It is possible for moisture to accumulate in crawlspaces, especially in humid climates. Eventually the moisture can seep into the foundation of the house and along its walls.

Heating, Cooling, Fume Extraction, Industrial Ventilators, Heaters, Warehouse Ventilation

High quality industrial and commercial cooling, fume extraction, industrial heating and ventilation equipment. We have the largest range of Industrial Fans in Australia, from a 450mm commercial fan up to the largest pedestal and wall fans available, the 850mm.