Truma Multivent fan TBM, 12V universal fan

£129.95 (inc VAT) £150.00NewCondition
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The Truma Multivent compact fan has proved to be especially effective in use as a steam extractor or ventilator fan, or as a warm air distributor for the Trumatic S 2200. It can also be used as a supplementary fan for increasing air capacity in especially long warm air ducting systems. Multivent can also be retro-fitted easily and without fuss.

Truma Multivent fan TBM, 12V universal fan Features
  • Dimensions in mm 150 x 130 x 124 mm (L x W x H)
  • Air flow rate At half setting 29 m³/h
  • At full setting 60 m³/h
  • Power consumption At half setting 0.23 A
  • At full setting 0.5 A

EAN-13 : 4052816014715

1 Customer Review on Truma Multivent fan TBM, 12V universal fan

Truma Multivent Universal Fan

4 star review(4/5)
This fan has been a solution to my vans circulating hot-air problem, it's expensive but worth the investment. Comes with a Truma 2-way switch but you'll need a fused 12-Volt supply. I use it to suck the hot-air through to the far corner of my van that doesn't get much warmth.

Highly recommended.

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