2 fans split

Discussion in 'Plumbers' Talk' started by Top Trumper, Oct 2, 2006.

  1. Top Trumper

    Top Trumper New Member

    hello fellas,
    Picture an existing bathroom with an extractor fan, which is staying put.
    Now the bedroom next door to it is going to be L shaped and have an ensuite that will back onto the other bathroom.
    This will need an extractor fan also, can anybody point me in the direction of something like a splitter or anything that will do the job?
     
  2. Spyder

    Spyder New Member

    Not enough information for me! what are you trying to do? What do you need to split?
     
  3. Top Trumper

    Top Trumper New Member

    Spyder
    the existing bathroom has its extractor fan on the rear wall leading outside as per norm..
    now the bedroom next door is having an ensuit, and its going to be built L shaped, so it will be outside the existing bathroom..
    Now we have to reroute the existing bathroom fan to somewere that meets the new ensuit fan, that inturn extracts outside, anybody???
     
  4. doitall

    doitall New Member

    Can be done but you would need non-return valve is the ductwork.

    All very expensive, and it would be much better to run a seperate vent out.

    An alternative solution would be to fit an inline fan and duct from both rooms to atmosphere.
     

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