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begreen

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Nov 18, 2005
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South Puget Sound, WA
A $20, 30cm table fan as earlier suggested would move a lot more air and if it didn't make a difference it would still be useful.
 

begreen

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Nov 18, 2005
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South Puget Sound, WA
The table fan is for testing and will move a much larger volume of air. Those little bath fans are for small rooms and move a small amount of air.
 

yonny33

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The table fan is for testing and will move a much larger volume of air. Those little bath fans are for small rooms and move a small amount of air.
The fan will replace the air about 3+ times an hour according to my calculations. Leaving it on from about 11am to 11pm. Slow but steady.

We'll see when the colder weather comes.
Room used to dip to about 16-17c during the coldest weeks.

Update: The wife is definitely happy - she has noticed a change in the feeling of the room and has approved. That's a thumbs up. Will select a slightly larger fan with a 125mm duct instead of 120. 30% more blowing power.
11w fan that blows 210m3 per hour.
 
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