(Shown turned on and off) Hatari brand centrifugal ceiling exhaust (extractor) fan



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This video was recorded during our Easter holiday in Thailand. This is in my aunt’s boyfriend’s bathroom.

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I am from the Philippines, but am currently living in Hong Kong, SAR of China. Unless further noted in the video, majority of my videos are taken in Hong Kong. I am interested in fans of any kind, particularly ceiling fans, ventilation, and other mechanical fans.

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Due to the INSANE queue of videos that I have to upload, I won’t always be able to make individual descriptions for each video, especially minor videos. However, you might still find brief descriptions to explain what’s happening. The description you’re reading now is my set default description.

If you are watching this via a link on one of the Facebook groups, you may check out my channel for more videos!

I am from the Philippines, but am currently living in Hong Kong, SAR of China. Unless further noted in the video, majority of my videos are taken in Hong Kong. I am interested in fans of any kind, particularly ceiling fans, ventilation, and other mechanical fans.

I’m not just on YouTube! If you like my videos, you can also:
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-The “Ceiling Fans” group on Facebook:

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Powerful & Quiet Inline Duct Fans Rebel Inline Centrifugal Blower 4″ 6″ 8″ 10″ 12″ Best Inline Fans



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The Rebel Inline Fans have been discontinued — the most similar fan would be the Hurricane series, found here:

Hurricane 4″:
Hurricane 6″:
Hurricane 8″:
Hurricane 10″:
Hurricane 12″:

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VENTS CBF series – domestic centrifugal ceiling fans



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Unpleasant smells in a kitchen and high humidity level in a bathroom can spoil even the best day in the most luxurious apartment.

VENTS CBF is a series of centrifugal ceiling fans for intermittent or continuous ventilation of bathrooms, showers, kitchens and other domestic spaces.

The clip-on plastic grille ensures easy mounting and cleaning of VENTS CBF series fans. VENTS CBF series fans boast modern design and a pleasant look that will suit for every house, flat, or apartment. All fans are integrated into ceiling spaces.

When it comes to the air capacity, VENTS CBF series includes the following options:

– VENTS CBF fans have air capacity up to 320 m3/h
– VENTS CBF DC fans have air capacity up to up to 254 m3/h

In addition, both CBF and CBF DC models have versions with integrated LED light.

All models feature reliable motors with maintenance-free permanently lubricated motor bearings that engineered for over 40 000 hours of trouble-free operation.

So, if you are searching for a reliable fan for your kitchen, shower or bathroom, one of the VENTS CBF series fans would be a good option.

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Akari centrifugal ceiling exhaust/extractor fan in a restaurant restroom



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Sorry that you couldn’t see the blades. I tried to lift the cover but I couldn’t reach it.

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LG Oil Free Variable Speed Drive Centrifugal Chillers – Energy Efficient Air Conditioning Solutions



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All new range of LG Air-Bearing & Magnetic Bearing centrifugal chillers , the next gen energy efficient chiller system is suitable for green building applications. They can operate with variable-speed drives to deliver energy savings when compared with conventional centrifugal compressor designs.

Hitachi air conditioning – VRF Centrifugal



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• Centrifugal (Ducted) Condensing Unit
• Inverter Driven with 2-Pipe VRF Control (Independent operation)
• Ideal Solution for areas where external condensing units cannot be fitted due to planning or time restrictions
• Re-use of existing R22 and R407c pipework
• Smart defrost control (Shortened defrost operation time)
• Ability to utilise any Hitachi System-Free Indoor Unit
• Improved Design (higher efficiencies, lower running costs, improved ErP, improved Heat Exchanger)
• Large external static pressure range
• Single and Three Phase Models
• New accumulator and compressor
• Improved piping access