Ventilator, Power Attic, 115 V, 1600 CFM
Average Rating: 5
|Type||Thermostatically Controlled Roof Mount|
|CFM @ 0.030-In. SP||1600|
|Max. Attic Area (Sq.-Ft.)||2285|
|Free Air Intake Required (Sq.-Ft.)||5.5|
|Dome Dia. (In.)||23-1/4|
|Dome Material||Brown Paintable PVC Plastic|
|Thermostat Temp. (Deg. F)||70 to 130|
|Includes||Thermally Protected Motor|
- Thermostat and motor are accessible from outside. Mesh screens keep birds out. Easily mount between rafters. Precision-balanced 14" metal blade, 3-7/8"H splash guard to keep out rain, and heavy-gauge metal flashing.
- Automatic Roof-Mount Attic Ventilators
- Blend into most roof designs and save energy costs by circulating air, cooling the attic, and reducing overall air conditioner strain.
- UL Listed.
- Motors: thermally protected, 120V/60 Hz
Average Product Rating: 5based on 1 reviews
Works Great - Pays for itselfMonday, August 16, 2010
Had a unit die last fall (was 15 years old) and didn't get around to replacing it till this July. I amount it as the cap of one of my chimneys. (Only 1 of the 4 actually are live, the other are balancing ascetics. My 2nd floor temps were running about 5 degrees warmer than the 1st floor as the attic (with 10-inches insulation) was running about 30 degrees about 2nd floor temps. After installing, the 2nd floor is only running 1 degree above 1st floor temps and attic is significantly cooler.
longer electrical connection between thermostat and the fan motor. Old version had a foot pigtail, this there is none.