Ventilator, Gable Mount, 115 V, 1600 CFM35316 48532
Average Rating: 4.3
|Type||Thermostatically Controlled Gable Mount|
|CFM @ 0.000-In. SP||1600|
|Max. Attic Area (Sq.-Ft.)||2285|
|Free Air Intake Required (Sq.-Ft.)||5.5|
|Thermostat Temp. (Deg. F)||70 to 130|
Average Product Rating: 4.3based on 7 reviews
engineering problemsMonday, December 13, 2010
Exessive motor vibrations: b)need to purchase three new motor mounts for the leg extentions. b)need to purchase additional gasket to cover the motor ring. This would help with noise reduction.
nothing. The automatic shuttter model 433 isn't much better. It will cost me additional money to correct the cost cutting measures of this fan. I would have paid more money to reduce the installation grief. If I could I would return both models to the company and ask for my money to be returned.
There is no corelation for this fan with any additional fixtures or switches ie:(thermostat,fan control,remote control or humidstat )
Broan Attic FanFriday, November 05, 2010
The 30 year old attic fan in my residence finally quit on me. After spending several days trying to revive it without success, I finally began looking for a suitable replacment fan. I didn't feel like cutting a huge hole in my roof to accomodate the Costco solar-owered whole house fan and the 300.00 price tag didn't help either. I settled on the Broan 35316 even though it was rated at a higher amperage and RPM than it's little brother. My intention was to move as much air as possible without sacrificing the noise level. I have to admit that I could never hear my old fan while it was operating- it was that quiet. The new broan is much nosier but it does move more air. The fan housing is not as sturdy as the old one and it is much easier to bend/deform.
I liked the low cost, ease of installation and the amount of air it moves.
The metal housing could be sturdier and it could be made less noisy but that would reduce fan efficiency as a trade-off.
good fanSaturday, September 11, 2010
Fan was everthing I needed at the best price I could find. It came in 2 days-ultra fast shipping. Fan is a little loud, but I expecred that. It's everything you need in a box. Just remember, you will probably need to build a "box" over the shutter out of plywood and 2x4's to mount the fan into so all the air it's driving through the shutter will go outside.
easy of instalation
the outer housing was not round-had to bend it by hand
hot atticTuesday, August 24, 2010
This fan was exactly what I needed to help circulate fresh air in a hot and stagnant attic. Since I installed this fan on a gable vent the a/c unit upstairs doesn't run 24/7. This is an easy install with basic tools and basic knowledge of wiring.
It's quiet and moves a lot of air.
Nothing to contribute here after using the fan for over a month.
Gable FanMonday, August 23, 2010
Love it, installed very easy, works like advertised.
Gable fan reviewMonday, August 09, 2010
Nice fan work well
Some type of screen cover to keep anything from going into the blades
Gable vent fan - Owner installMonday, August 09, 2010
I bought this before and this was a replacement. It lasted 2 yrs plus - however, it was on almost 24-7 from May to Sept each of those years. It's a work horse - but we worked it to death. I was happy with it so I got the same thing as a replacement - plus it was easy to install in the spot I had the other one.