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90 to 140 CFM Universal Series Inline Fan with 6" detachable metal collar


  • Comes with a low speed feature that has a built-in speed/controller that is designed to run continuously 24 hours a day to meet the local building codes
  • Offers one fan that is capable of producing 4 different CFM’s 90 to 140 cfm (Adjustable variable speed from 30cfm to 140 cfm)
  • This allows the fan to run for an extra few minutes to make sure all the stale air has been removed
  • When the fan is turned off, it has a built-in time delay that can be set between 3 to 30 minutes
  • All five fan speeds have been factory set to meet the performances noted on the fan chart
  • The fan performance can be simply changed by adjusting the built-in fan slide shift controls
  • Can be ceiling or wall mounted and capable of exhausting air quietly and efficiently
  • Carries a cETLus evaluation

Air Volume (CFM) 90 / 110 / 120 / 140
Noise (sones) 0.5 / 0.9 / 1.2 / 1.6
Fan Watts 8.1W / 10.3W / 12.2W / 15.6W
Duct Diameter 6"
Power Rating 120V /60Hz
Housing Size 11-5/16" x 10-1/2" x 7-3/4"
Intake Dimensions 10" x 3-1/4"

Mount Housing to Joist or I-Joist

  1. Hold the housing so that it is in contact with the joist
  2. Attach the housing with four (4) screws to the joist through the holes in each mounting flange

Mount with Hanger Bars

  1. Slidee hanger bars have been provided,
    which allow the housing to be positioned accurately anywhere between the framing
  2. The bars span up to 24" and can be used on all types of framing:
    I-joist, standard joist, and truss construction
  3. Slide hanger bars onto housing and adjust as needed to fit between framing
  4. Extend the hanger bars to the width of the framing, holding the ventilator in place
  5. Secure hanger bars to framing using one screw on each end of hanger bar
  6. Select a proper hole and secure the hanger bars together using flange screws

Install Ductwork

  1. Connect the ductwork (not included) to the damper/duct connector,
    and the ductwork to a roof or wall cap (not included)
  2. Using tape (not included), secure all ductwork connections so that they are air tight

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