Voldam Window Glass Exhaust Fan 6″ VF-C6


  • Top Class Quality.
  • Silicon Steel Motor.
  • 99.99% Pure Copper Copper.
  • Built-in-thermo-cutt-off Protect the Motor.
  • Improved high performance condenser motor with long life ball bearing.
  • Energy saving – reducing power consumption.
  • New !!! Privacy Shutter.
  • Made of high quality material.
  • 2 Years Warranty.
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Voldam Window Glass Exhaust Fan

At Voldam, we carry the largest variety of bathroom exhaust fans for your space. The primary purpose for having an exhaust fan is to remove the odor, moisture and unpleasant out of the bathroom and improve indoor air quality. These fans help to control and eliminate bathroom odors. Without a bathroom ventilating fan, bathrooms are susceptible to excessive moisture buildup that increases the chances of damaging bathroom walls, floors, and ceilings, as well as bathroom fixtures. Warm, humid air, caused by running hot water for baths and showers, is a perfect environment for mold, mildew and microorganism growth. High moisture in rooms can also break down interior room materials such as wallboard, wall paint, and trim, not to mention the entry door.

Additionally, they add to the safety of the home and its residents by reducing fumes from cleaning agents that could potentially cause health-related issues. For good ventilation, an exhaust fan should run for a minimum of 15 minutes after every bathroom visit.

Product Features:
  • Top Class Quality.
  • Silicon Steel Motor.
  • 99.99% Pure Copper Copper.
  • Built-in-thermo-cutt-off Protect the Motor.
  • Improved high performance condenser motor with long life ball bearing.
  • Energy saving – reducing power consumption.
  • New !!! Privacy Shutter.
  • Made of high quality material.
Technical Specs:
Model No.
Voltage (v)
Inputs (watts)
Air Flow (m3/h)
Noise (dB)
15 watts
6″ dia
25 watts
8″ dia
  • 2 Years.
Architects & Designers First Choice.

Voldam Brand is being recommended by Architects, Interior Designers & Consultants based on top class quality, ease of installation and competitive prices.

Bathroom Exhaust Fans – A Consumer Guide

Excess moisture has tremendous potential for damaging bathrooms. During a bath or shower, humidity levels rise significantly creating the perfect breeding ground for mold, mildew and microorganisms that can negatively impact health. In addition, long-term exposure to excess moisture and humidity can crack and peel paint and wallpaper, ruin wallboard, warp doors and rust cabinets and fixtures. Without control, it can even cause deterioration of joists and framing above the bathroom.

Most of today’s new homes are highly insulated and practically air tight, saving energy but making proper mechanical ventilation essential to maintaining good indoor air quality. Good ventilation protects both your health and your home and is especially important in bathrooms which experience high levels of moisture and humidity.

What is a bathroom exhaust fan? What does it do?

A bathroom exhaust fan is a mechanical ventilation device which, when ducted to the exterior of the house, draws out stale, impure and very humid air thereby improving the quality of indoor air.

Why do I need one?

A properly installed bathroom exhaust fan will rid the bathroom air of excess moisture, humidity, odors and other pollutants. It also helps to remove water vapor that has accumulated on mirrors and walls. Occupants will be much more comfortable with proper ventilation. In addition to improved indoor air quality, deterioration of the home is minimized saving the homeowner costly repairs.

What do I look for when selecting a bath fan?

The proper bathroom exhaust fan should be selected on the basis of performance, style and features.

The correct air movement capacity is an important consideration. Air movement is typically measured in cubic feet per minute (CFM). Ventilation rates based upon eight air changes per hour are generally suggested. For most bathrooms this works out to one CFM per square foot of bathroom area. For example, a 7′ x 10′ bathroom would require a 70 CFM fan. A 50 CFM rating is recommended as a minimum for bathrooms 50 sq. ft. and smaller. Larger bathrooms require additional ventilation capacity. The following chart can be used as a guide for proper bathroom ventilation.

Bathroom Size
Minimum Ventilation (CFM) Required*
Less than 50 sq. feet 50 CFM
50-100 sq. feet 1 CFM per square foot of floor space
More than 100 sq. feet Add the CFM requirement for each fixture:
Toilet 50 CFM
Shower 50 CFM
Bathtub 50 CFM
Jetted tub 100 CFM

*Note that these rates represent a minimum requirement. Higher ventilation rates are also acceptable and will have a minimal energy impact.

Other ventilation considerations include:

  • Noise Level.
  • Style and Design.
Bathroom Fan Maintenance?

Before cleaning your fan, turn it off at the switch or circuit breaker. After removing the cover from the fan, place it on a towel and vacuum it using a brush attachment. Afterwards, use a dusting attachment on the vacuum to clean inside the fan’s housing and motor.

What else should I consider when purchasing a bathroom exhaust fan?

Consumers should always look for quality ventilating product; right product from the right manufacturer. Voldam specialized in designing and manufacturing ventilating products since 2003 and has earned an enviable reputation in the World today; leads the way with innovative technologies to ensure the air we breathe is clean and fresh. All products are built under ISO-9001 & QMS.

Why should I choose ‘Voldam’ product?

In short, peace of mind:

  • Assurance that the product has been independently tested and certified to meet specific industry standards.
  • Assurance that the product will perform as promised.
  • Assurance that, when an appropriately sized model is chosen and installed properly, proper ventilation will be achieved to maximize indoor air quality.