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The inline fan is a Vent Axia ACH-100 that has been mounted on a sheet of foam insulation sandwiched between two sheets of chipboard to provide some insulation. The idea here was to prevent the vibration from the fan being transmitted back down into the room.

Fan standing on the chipboard and foam platform

 

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Second section of duct from fan position to room inlet.

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