How to correctly choose a fan for a room?

Taking care of our health and the indoor microclimate in our apartments requires ensuring adequate airflow and effective ventilation. This is especially important in bathrooms, kitchens, or laundry rooms, where a lot of water vapor is produced, and its excess can have a negative impact on the environment. Ineffective ventilation can lead to many health and technical problems, as well as detract from the aesthetics of the room.

Proper ventilation - requirements

Remember that the ventilation system should always meet the applicable standards and regulations in you country.

Symptoms of insufficient room ventilation

Insufficient airflow can have serious consequences for our health and quality of life. Symptoms of inadequate ventilation can be both biological and physical, posing a threat to both the room itself and its occupants.

Physical and biological symptoms of poor ventilation in a room include:

  • mold
  • condensation of water vapor on windows, tiles, and other surfaces in the room
  • increased humidity levels
  • swelling and cracking of room elements made of materials that absorb moisture, such as wood or wood-derived materials, plaster, plaster, or paints
  • rusting of metal elements
  • backdraft of air through ventilation grilles resulting in the perception of odors from outside the room

Health symptoms of inadequate ventilation in rooms:

  • headaches, unexplained fatigue
  • irritation of mucous membranes
  • allergies
  • respiratory system diseases

How to choose a fan for a room?

Choosing the right fan is not an easy task. When selecting one, you need to consider several factors that affect not only its effectiveness but also installation possibilities and aesthetics.

In short, when choosing a fan, you should be aware of:

How to choose the airflow capacity of a fan for a specific room?

The efficiency determines how much air can be exchanged in one hour. How to calculate the efficiency of a fan required for a specific room in the simplest way? The most basic method of calculating efficiency is to use the formula:

cubature x the air exchange rate for a room


How to choose the airflow capacity of a fan for a specific room

airRoxy offers products necessary for creating an effective ventilation system, ensuring efficient air circulation in rooms. Modern, intelligent bathroom fans, with low noise levels, including wall-mounted, ceiling-mounted, duct fans, ventilation ducts, ventilation grilles with diameters ranging from ø 80 to ø 150. Home fans (including quiet bathroom fans) (wall-mounted and ceiling-mounted) are a key element of many rooms in the house, providing effective ventilation and moisture removal. They help prevent mold and mildew problems that can arise in humid conditions. Fans also eliminate unpleasant odors and help maintain cleanliness and hygiene in rooms. Choosing the right fans is an investment in the comfort and health of home residents. Choose our products to ensure effective ventilation in your home.

airRoxy's domestic fans:
Scroll to Top