Core 200 / 250 Exhaust FanA powerful round exhaust fan that is available in 2 sizesRead more
Flow 250 / 300 Round or Square Exhaust FanA square or round exhaust fan featuring a low profile slim designRead more
Flow 250 / 300 Round or Square Exhaust Fan with Tricolour LED lightA square or round exhaust fan with an LED lightRead more
Saturn 200 / 250 Exhaust Fan RoundA circular exhaust fan featuring a low profile slim designRead more
Saturn 200 / 250 Exhaust Fan SquareA square exhaust fan with a low profile slim designRead more
Saturn 200 / 250 Round Exhaust Fan with Tricolour LED LightA circular exhaust fan featuring an LED lightRead more
Exhaust Fan Calculator
Use our calculator to find the correct exhaust fan based on your room size.
Martec® exhaust fans feature different sizes, IPX rating, shape, and tricolour LED light option. Our exhaust fans are operated on a high-performance ball bearing motor with a superior blade design for maximum air extraction – quiet operations. Plus, always supplied with flex and plug made installation easier.
Use our calculator to find the correct exhaust fan based on your room size. Click here to try it out.
Bathroom Exhaust Fans
Ceiling exhausts are the most popular option for bathrooms as they can be neatly installed into the ceiling. Exhaust fans are integral to bathrooms as they remove hot, steamy, moist air from the bathroom. If your bathroom is left unventilated, it can cause the growth of mould and mildew, which puts you and your family at risk of health issues.
Further, leaving damp, hot air in a bathroom can cause damage to your paint, tiling, fixtures and wall paper, as well as structural issues. As a result, every bathroom should have an integrated bathroom exhaust fan.
3-in-1 bathroom exhaust fans are the ideal option for every bathroom. They combine the incredibly useful features of heating, lighting and ventilation in one convenient unit. As a result, there’s no need for a room full of appliances – including bathroom stand heaters that might not be safe for wet areas. 3-in-1 exhaust fans are also easy to install, especially if you are renovating your bathroom or creating a new bathroom space!
Why Do You Need a Bathroom Ventilation Fan?
- Remove impurities from the air – including moisture, smells, steam, heat, etc
- Encourage air circulation within an area
- Transfer warm or cool air from one place to another
Martec has the largest range of ventilation and ceiling fans Australia wide. Explore our range today!
No one likes a Hot and Humid Bathroom in the warmer months or too much mist in the colder months, these Great Fans alleviate these issues.
I know all too well from personal experience and talking with our Martec customer’s. People want a cooler bathroom in the warmer summer months. There is nothing worse than having a refreshing shower only to dry off in a hot and humid bathroom where you cannot dry off effectively. A ventilation fan works exceptionally well and will remove the unpleasant hot, humid air making the bathroom a lot more comfortable.
During the icy winter months, no one wants to open the bathroom window as it can be chilly and uncomfortable, but the steam will most definitely build up in the bathroom when taking a hot shower. A bathroom exhaust will solve this problem. You can enjoy a hot shower in the cooler months and enjoy a comfortable steam free bathroom after the show. It’s a perfect solution.
Bathroom exhaust fans have long been a common electrical ventilation system that draws away dust, humidity and steam from the atmosphere. While they have a variety of benefits, they also will require minimal attention, including needing regular maintenance and occasional cleaning. Another main advantage is that they create a pleasant or relaxing atmosphere in the bathroom because of their low noise level. Therefore, if you are looking for a silent way to keep your bathroom clean and your bathroom fan running, these fans will definitely be the right choice for you.
You will find that there are all kinds of bathroom exhaust fans available from Martec. For example, you can get ones that pull air out of the bathroom or pull in fresh air from the outside. You will also find ones that can change the direction they pull the air through at different times, allowing you to create a more even flow inside your bathroom. You will need to consider what type of room you are trying to keep clean and the type of indoor air quality you are trying to maintain while you are cleaning your bathroom. For example, you will need to consider whether or not you want a exhaust fan that will push the clean air all across the room or whether you want it to be more centralized, pulling the air in a more directed fashion towards the middle of the room.
In order to find the right type of bathroom ventilation exhaust fan for your home, you will first need to measure the space that you want to install them. You will also need to take into consideration the height and width of your bathroom. Once you have taken all of these measurements, you can find out just how much power each of your options requires. The most powerful exhaust fan will be needed for large areas, while the lowest speed option will need to be under three square feet in order to be able to pull the clean air effectively around your room. While you are looking at our product range, you should also look at how often the exhaust fan needs to be used and whether or not it will need to be powered on or off during the day. Many homeowners forget about this little piece of information. There is no need to use a newly installed bathroom ventilation fan to run constantly. Our team at Martec are always here to help.