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CDQYA Exhaust Fan Wall Window Mountable Toilets Kitchen Bathroom


CDQYA Exhaust Fan Wall Window Mountable Toilets Kitchen Bathroom


Product description

Features: The detachable main body makes later maintenance and cleaning easier.
New noise reduction and strong mute design. Enjoy the silent, fresh and intimate mute design, noise control/4ODB.
High-performance fluid fan blades, high speed, strong noise, and strong wind.
The built-in sealing ring is used in the junction box, and the protection level is IPX2.
The solid base design can better protect the fan motor.
Applicable scenarios: home, kitchen, hotel, bathroom, warehouse, factory
Function: Purification and dust removal, rapid ventilation.
Diameter: 4 inches (100 mm).
Material: ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene) + steel.
Plug: AU plug (sent with the adapter according to your country/region).
Length: about 22 cm.
Scope of application: various types of ventilation and air-conditioning series with pipeline pressurized air supply and exhaust.
If you have any questions about the product, please contact me, we will contact you within 24 hours and give you a satisfactory answer.

CDQYA Exhaust Fan Wall Window Mountable Toilets Kitchen Bathroom

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