exhaust fan

NOUN
  1. a fan that moves air out of an enclosure
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How To Use exhaust fan In A Sentence

  • The four burner plus grill cook top does not have the usual downdraft exhaust fan for eliminating food odors.
  • Closing outside air dampers or shutting off exhaust fans - either partially or completely - reduces heating and cooling loads caused by the intake of outside air.
  • Our house has central airconditioning, but this summer on all but the steamiest days, we're keepingthe AC off and turning on the attic exhaust fan to keep air circulatingthrough screen doors and windows. How our money experts save money, #4 in a series
  • The court is also mechanically ventilated by exhaust fans at the roof level to prevent hot air build-up.
  • Be sure home has adequate ventilation, including exhaust fans in kitchen and bathrooms.
  • Commercial strippers have tanks and booths, exhaust fans, and use the strongest chemicals purchased by the barrel.
  • The experiment results showed that, at elevant environmental temperature, the exhaust fan can reduce effectively the battery temperature and increase the battery capacity.
  • The top panel sports an exhaust fan with a slotted grill instead of a blowhole-type arrangement.
  • Tower cases generally have good airflow, which is vital for long and stable component life, most coming with single or dual front intake fans, large side-panel intake fans, plus one or more rear and/or top-panel exhaust fans. Stuff.co.nz - Stuff
  • Exhaust fans installed in the composting chamber ensure an odorless system.
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