In the room that I want to cool with an air conditioning, I have a ventilation duct which goes down to the lower floor and to which is connected a small ventilation fan
and I wanted to drill this duct that goes into the room to connect the outlet of my air conditioner
is it possible ?
I would like to point out that the toilet fan only works 2 to 3 times a day and for 2 to 3 minutes
- When it is the aerator of the lower floor that will work you risk having a "return" in the room ... and if this aerator is intended to evacuate bad smells I do not need to do you a drawing.
- The pressure drops in this ventilation duct which will certainly be beyond what is foreseen by the manufacturer of the air conditioner and which will therefore certainly significantly reduce its performance.
have a nice week end
Basically you want to connect the output of an air conditioning bypassing an existing VMC? I think it is possible after some checks or "temporary" tests (= you tape the output on the CMV and you see what happens quite simply!)
You must actually see the lengths and diameters recommended in the installation instructions and see where the valve (s) are located so that it does not flow back into the toilet ... there is necessarily a valve otherwise the smell of the toilet would go into bedroom ?
Also watch out for condensation in the duct.
new on this forum, I will try to make a sketch and post it here
I tried to put an image but not succeeded or rather not knew how to do it
But would it be possible to explain to me how to put an image on a post
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