The VanFan provides a healthy ventilation solution for your commercial work van. By filtering harmful gases, mitigating extreme heat, and removing moisture, the VanFan is a driver’s best friend. Our two product versions – the base VanFan and add-on VanFan Electric – work overtime to ensure a constant cycle of fresh air is rotating through your cargo space.

Available Options

  • White | - Electric Vent Kit


  • Black | - Electric Vent Kit


  • White - Forced Air Vent Kit


  • Black - Forced Air Vent Kit


  • Add On Power Module



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The VanFan removes irritating odours, moisture, gas and air vapours all while maintaining a comfortable cargo space temperature and providing a fresh air supply while you drive.

  • The intuitive Push – Pull effect maximizes air intake and output to filter the entire cargo area using forced air

  • The VanFan does not require a floor drain. Instead, providing all of the air circulation through a rooftop unit

Installing the VanFan requires three simple steps: mark out and punch a 3 1/2” hole, seal and insert unit through hole, screw cover plate on from inside the cargo space. Done!

  • Low profile vent works perfectly with ladder rack without getting in the way

  • Better for clearance from overhead objects

VanFan Electric Module

Whereas the base VanFan model is reliant upon the vehicle being in motion to generate air movement, the Electric Module add-on grants you the ability to run your fan 24/7.

  • When running at full capacity, the VanFan Electric Module is able to filter the entire cargo area in only 12 minutes (comparable to driving 60km/h with base model)

  • For applications where vehicles are stopped a lot or you are making frequent stops throughout the day


No. Thanks to the innovative push-pull technology, all air is filtered in, and out via the rooftop unit. There is no need for a floor drain making it ideal for easy installation - especially in EV’s.

As a general rule of thumb, yes, the VanFan does work with a majority of ladder racks. We cannot ensure universal compatibility only because of the varied design differences observed in ladder racks. For example, ladder racks that boast wind deflectors (which if our vent is underneath) will dramatically affect airflow to the vent.

For a standard van, we recommend two VanFan units located at the front right, and back left of the roof. This application optimizes air flow throughout the cargo space and takes full advantage of the vortex air circulation generated through push-pull technology.

Yes, the base VanFan can be opened and closed, but the electric module add-on cannot.

You can install the VanFan with no electric module. However, to install the electric module add-on you must also have the VanFan base unit.

The VanFan push-pull technology applies to both units. The difference is the application. Our base VanFan unit requires the vehicle to be in motion in order for the forced air circulation to occur. Whereas, the VanFan Electric is able to operate even when the vehicle is stationary.

VanFan - Approximately 50mins

VanFan Electric - Depends on wiring. Will be comparable to base VanFan but depends heavily on installation specifications and wiring requirements - case by case.

There are no pre-cut holes in our ceiling liner to aid in VanFan installation. The reason for this is because of the variety of applications and installation situations. Because each upfit is custom, the vents will be installed in different places (ladder racks, shelving, etc.)

No, do not use silicon to seal your VanFan. Silicon can cause serious problems! The foam gaskets provided are more than enough for the vent to be water tight. No additional sealant is necessary.

There is a 16mm foam gasket available for difficult roof ribs.

Not currently. How the wiring is done is entirely up to the upfitter as per the customers needs. Some may opt to have the electric module hooked up to a sensor that detects temperature, RPM, or harmful gasses, so the VanFan will turn on situationally. Others may opt for different applications.

If installing only one unit, the best location would be in the middle of the roof (or as close as possible).

If installing two, it is recommended to put them diagonally from each other, in opposite corners of the roof. Often the preferred location is the front right corner, and back left (20in off the partition).

Our vents fit between the ribs on Sprinters and Transits, but become narrow when dealing with new ProMaster models.

The VanFan does not come with a built-in filter. This means it is possible for dust to make it’s way into the cargo area of your van. However, the VanFan does come with the ability to close the unit off from the cargo space in the event of a storm.

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