Manrose Quiet Fan X5 shortlisted for award

Manrose has announced that its Quiet Fan X5 has been named as a finalist in the ‘Best New Product’ category at the Electrical Wholesaler Awards 2022. This achievement follows the product being nominated and then put before an online industry vote and a rigorous judging process to make the shortlist. Winners of this award will be announced during a live awards ceremony on Thursday 13 October 2022 at the Chelsea Harbour Hotel, London.

The Electrical Wholesaler Awards provides a unique platform for the recognition of excellence and achievement across the electrical wholesale sector. Winners are chosen via a two-step process that ensures only the very best pick up a coveted stamp of industry approval. Entrants must first face an online vote by industry professionals before being critiqued by a specially selected judging panel, comprised of individuals with extensive industry knowledge and experience.

“We are thrilled that the industry has voted for the Quiet Fan X5 in a tough category, meaning we are now in the running to win. This is a great recognition of the fan’s ultra-low sound levels, easy install, robust reliability, great performance and aesthetics which is meeting the needs of the industry and their customers,” says Clive Britton, Senior Sales Director at Manrose. “The Quiet Fan X5 has been carefully designed to look good in any bathroom with its tiled-like façade. It’s a great choice for electrical wholesalers, electricians and households alike with its three-year warranty, low energy motor and a low Specific Fan Power (SFP) for lower energy bills.”

The new stylish Manrose Quiet Fan X5 range ticks all the right boxes, with the fan offering ultra-low sound levels, as well as being IPX5 compliant so offering simple and flexible installation. Boasting Manrose’s renowned reliability, while providing effective and efficient ventilation, the Quiet Fan X5 is already proving popular with electrical wholesalers, electricians and households. Households, are impressed by both its performance and good looks, since it is available with an attractive new tile-like façade. As a result, electricians are set to benefit from more happy customers and improved five-star review ratings.

Offering an ideal upsell for electricians, the Quiet Fan X5 offers an impressively high extraction rate of 75m³/hr, while maintaining an incredibly quiet running volume as low as just 28dB(A). With all models offering ultra-low sound levels, the Manrose Quiet Fan X5 will allow households to relax in comfort, free from noise-related stress and so help to avoid call-backs. Add to that the fan’s IPX5 rating, that means it can be safely installed within Zone 1 without the need for a low voltage transformer, and it’s the ideal choice for a small bathroom, shower room or toilet, where space is at a premium.

Featuring a low energy motor with a maximum consumption of six watts and a low SFP of 0.29w/l/ the Quiet Fan X5 offers an energy efficient option for electricians to offer their customers. Meanwhile, its high quality, long-life motors are continuously rated and warranted for a minimum of 30,000 hours or three years. Available with a range of control options including Basic, Timer, Humidistat and PIR, the Quiet Fan X5 is suitable for both wall and ceiling mounting offering install flexibility.

The attractive Quiet Fan X5 is not only good looking, it is also rugged, and is manufactured using high gloss ABS thermoplastics for strength and durability. The Quiet Fan X5 comes complete with integral backdraught shutters and is double insulated so does not require an earth. The unit also includes a performance enhancing turning vane system located in the spigot to improve performance by maintaining a high output. The Quiet Fan X5 range complies with both Part F & L of the Building Regulations.

As well as the Quiet Fan X5 offering great features, it’s also important to choose a manufacturer with good environmental credentials. For example, 100% of Manrose’s PVC ducting is made from recycled window frames and plastics extracted from old fridges are used to create ducting components. In addition, Manrose has invested in new energy efficient moulding and tooling equipment for its manufacturing site, offering increased supply capacity based on demand, while reducing its impact on the environment.

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