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None. I crack the windows as necessary.
I have 2 MaxxAir Deluxe Fans - one above the kitchen cooktop, and one in the back above the bed.
One of the most nerve-racking experiences during the build out was cutting out the 14"x14" hole in the roof of our brand new van.
I've got two roof vents that circulate the air pretty well, as well as a couple 12v fans that keep me relatively cool in the summer.
Standard RV vent with a drop-in Vortex I 12v fan.
12v Fantastic fan mounted in the emergency hatch. Front and rear Heat and A/C only when bus engine is running. 12v portable fans in kitchen and bedroom
Ceiling mounted vent.
Flettner Wind Powered Vent plus Rowenta Turbo Silence VU2540 Fan
2x Fan-tastic vents. It was quite long and tricky job to do, but with my friends we did it! Two fans now installed in the roof of my van.
In the ceiling, a Fantastic vent was added which causes through flow.
Maxx fan intalled with no power tools and no screws through the roof! Used butyl tape and Dicor lap sealant caulk.
Fiamma Skylight/Fan in the bathroom. 400x400mm, Crystal.
Basic fan for in-van air circulation.
An extraction fan in the kitchen area vents outside.
It's done! We decided to go with the Deluxe Maxxfan it works in the rain and can go down to a low profile which seems like a good option
$5 USB fans for hot nights and a box fan for when we had shore power at a campground.
Works great! We have tested it for water leaks…and again, we are very happy with how this project turned out!
USB powered fan. Light, charges off USB, has speed settings and internal battery.
Opolar rechargeable clip fans