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Old 08-18-2012, 04:06 PM   #1
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Does any one know what the difference is between an exhaust fans and an exhaust vent system?

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Old 08-18-2012, 04:12 PM   #2
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Fans are for smells/moisture, vents are for the plumbing.

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Why the question?
What is it your really trying to figure it out?
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Howzabout this try. They have these bathroom exhaust fans that take care of all bathrooms with one exhaust fan ,as compared to using individual fans.
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Or howzabout this...An exhaust fan could be mounted into the ceiling and venting into the attic, ( N E budy can buy and install an exhaust fan ) an exhaust vent system would be actually venting thru a duct to the outside? Or mebbee a system is one larger fan connected thru ducts to more than one room. Or a 'system' could be sumthin sumbuddy sells and installs cause it has a higher profit margin. i need some context here, Susan.
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