We have two extractors going to a flat roof vent. Both rooms lack a
external wall hence the system. There is an extractor in a shower
room, then a T-junction I thought damers were to be fitted but there arn't
any.. The ventilation then goes to an inline extractor, controlled by
the shower room vent.
There is little air coming out at the flat roof but a great deal of kitchen
extraction going into the shower room. There is no difference whether the
shower room vent is on or no, is over whelmed by the hob extractor.
My feeling is the electrician should have fitted the inline extractor
between the T-junction and the shower room not between the junction (where
it is could be restriction the airflow) and roof vent with dampers befor
both showere and hob extracter's.
I have told them to come back to sort it out but would be grateful of ideas
of what they should be doing to sort it out.
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