exhaust fan

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Noun1.Exhaust fan - a fan that moves air out of an enclosureexhaust fan - a fan that moves air out of an enclosure
attic fan - a fan that blows heated air out of the attic of a building
fan - a device for creating a current of air by movement of a surface or surfaces
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Cause identified as malfunctioning of air conditioning system's exhaust fan. Component will be replaced and aircraft will be back in operation shortly," the statement added.
The bathrooms in my new home do not have exhaust fans for ventilation.
On the other hand, if a new exhaust fan were added to Bathroom 1, the total deficit is reduced by 50 cfm (25 L/s), requiring the dwelling-unit ventilation to be increased by only 15 cfm (7 L/s), to 65 cfm (32 L/s).
When enough debris builds up, it locks up the exhaust fan. If the fan stops turning, the 6.3-amp fuse burns out and the heater shuts down.
A policeman had noticed a male detainee putting back a dismantled exhaust fan in place.
It can be used both as an exhaust fan and as a source of clean air to a remote enclosure.
Exhaust fans mounted in hoods over cooktops and downdraft systems that suck air directly from the cooking surface can remove those pollutants.
Rick Harbour, works manager with Express Asphalt says: "The dryer exhaust fan effectively creates a pressure to draw the steam and dust out, but because the motor was running at 50 Hz constantly, it was doing too much work.
Little Arctic aluminum exhaust fans range in sizes from 12 inches up to 24 inches and vary in speed, RPMs, CFMs and motor size.
In addition to, or instead of, a whole house fan, you could install an attic exhaust fan to exhaust heat build-up in your attic.
A combination of a blower and an exhaust fan sometimes works best in densely packed cabinets.
The beautiful facade of a home can be spoiled by the plastic hood of a bathroom exhaust fan. But the remotely mounted, stainless steel Watson exhaust fan from Tamarack Technologies, Inc., has a very small stainless steel hood--only one inch by nine inches--making it very difficult to find on the outside of a home.