The fan hatch Fan-Tastic-Vent works with standard dimensions and fits into all common roof sections and can be controlled with a remote control. (Photo: manufacturer)

The fan hatch Fan-Tastic-Vent works with standard dimensions and fits into all common roof sections and can be controlled with a remote control. (Photo: manufacturer)

Dometic fan hatch Fan-Tastic-Vent provides fresh air

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With the Fan-Tastic-Vent system from Dometic, a full-range distributor (“Vollsortimenter”) from Siegen, offers a combination of a roof hatch and a fan.

The fan integrated into the roof hatch exchanges the air in the interior and can thus relieve the vehicle or superstructure air conditioning system, for example. The standard size roof hatch is equipped with a high-performance fan that electronically controls the air exchange as required.

The Dometic Fan-Tastic-Vent should work particularly quietly and create a draft-free airflow. With the built-in rain sensor, there is also no risk of water intake; in case of rain, the roof window closes automatically.

The Dometic FanTastic Vent works over the wiring system and fits all standard roof sections. With the standard remote control the desired temperature can be set and the fan motor starts or stops automatically as soon as the selected value has been reached.

The remote control can be used to set the desired temperature as well as the opening and closing of the roof hatch. A wall bracket for the control unit is included in the delivery. A total of 13 temperature settings are available in automatic mode and 13 fan speeds are available in manual mode. Price: 399, – Euro (£ 340) in specialized trade.

further information:  to the website of Dometic

Claus-Detlev Bues

Claus-Detlev Bues

Claus-Detlev Bues has been working as a senior editor for caravaning for decades. In addition to several print titles, he is also responsible for online reporting as a D.C.I chief editor and also oversees the areas of test and technology. Several books about caravaning come from his pen. In his spare time, he likes to work on oldtimers and is an active self-employed and developer of motorhomes with whom he is traveling all over Europe.
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