Panasonic exhaust fans have started to capture a significant portion of the exhaust fan market. Is it purely an accident? Is it a result of aggressive advertising and marketing? Or is it that people really like these fans and hence recommend them to others? This article digs deeper and finds out the reality.
Fans are evaluated on the grounds of their capability to quickly replace stale and stinky air by fresh outdoor air. They are also evaluated in terms of the noise that they end up generating in the process of ventilating the air and the power that they consume. And of course, some of the fans have other features that people welcome. Looks are subjective, but good-looking models carry the inherent bonus of adding looks to your setup.
The critical question now is that how do Panasonic fans fare in each of these respects? Let’s evaluate the factors one by one, and then we would sum up the results to understand whether these fans are really worthy. And we shall begin with the most important of all aspects when it comes to an exhaust fan – the capability to circulate and ventilate air.
Panasonic exhaust fans are above average when it comes to air circulation and ventilation. The biggest plus point of these fans is the presence of parallel ducts. One of the ducts works as the outlet for the stale and stinky air inside your bathroom, kitchen or whichever other place you want to clean up. The other duct acts as the inlet for fresh air. While running, the fan would simultaneously remove stale air and inject fresh air. This would result in continuous ventilation, which means you shall always get the desired level of freshness in the room or bathroom.