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areas exhausting air from the occupied areas through a common duct or shaft to the roof. This extract type is known as a central ventilation system controlled by circular air valves in each washroom. The CAV is also used to regulate the amount of extract air from the washrooms. CAV is sized equally for each washroom depending on the area and number of sanitary fixtures in the washroom. The total Air Changes per Hour for each washroom is summed up and one big extractor fan i.e. Roof mount extract fan is installed to extract all the foul smell from the individual washrooms. Preferably an XPELAIR XMV series is selected to act as the main roof extract unit. The Xpelair roof mounted mixed flow vertical discharge roof XMV range is an ideal solution for the ventilation of high temperature applications up to 100°C, such as commercial kitchens, in-store bakeries, school kiln rooms and a wide range of industrial processes. Designed for horizontal installation on roofs, the XMV range features a unique high performance aluminium-polyamide mixed flow impeller and twin wall casing design. This construction and a motor located out of the airstream means it can be used with air-duct temperatures of up to 100°C. It has an extract performance of about 627l/sec and a power input of 0.18kw