No, the system is only required to operate whilst the toilet is in use.



Depending on how the customer prefers the system to operate the fan can be activated in any one of the 3 following options:

  1. Wiring it to your light switch
  2. Having a separate fan switch or
  3. Linking the system to a movement sensor switch.



No, the Panfan is only draws enough air for the system to be 100% effective; however, the person using the toilet will barely feel a draft.



With a conventional exhaust fan the blades and motor are located directly in the bathroom and as a result are often very noisy.
The Panfan, however, is located away from the bathroom therefore they are extremely quiet and almost silent.



The Pan Fan System can be installed by a licensed plumber and or an electrician.



The Panfan’s 40mm or 50mm vent pipework is best installed during frame stage at rough-in of services, prior to the plasterboard/tiles going on the walls.
This is because all pipework is installed in the wall cavity and ceiling space.

Once the plasterboard and tiles are installed the plumber can then fit the Panfan unit in the desired location along the vent pipework previously installed earlier. This can be done the same time the toilet is being fitted off in the wet area.



Absolutely, simply connect into the top of the cistern above the water level. The system works the same way by drawing air directly from the internal overflow pipe in the cistern.



Yes, however the ideal time is during building or renovating. Difficulties are often encountered on existing bathroom installations i.e. - penetrating wall studs/noggins within wall cavities, removing of bathroom tiles etc.



Certainly, however, an alternative pipework configuration is required to prevent water contacting the fan.