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ThruWall 7-5/8 in. Transfer Fan
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- Aluminum blade construction for durability
- Balances temperatures in adjoining rooms
- 2-speed fan with ultra-quiet operation for your comfort
Circulate warm or cool air from 1 room to another using this Thru Wall Room to Room Fan 7-5/8 in. Transfer Fan. This fan's telescoping housing accommodates wall depths of 3-3/4 in. - 6-1/2 in. Equipped with 2-speed options, this fan allows you to adjust the air transferring power to quickly change or maintain temperatures in adjoining rooms. The fan's grille can be painted to match your interior style.
- Use in conjunction with PTAC units, mini-splits, fireplaces, wood stoves and window air conditioning units to avoid micro-climates in your house
- Accommodates wall depths of 3-3/4 in. - 6-1/2 in. for installation versatility
- 2 speed fan, airflow is 60 CFM on low and 110 CFM on high
- Paintable grille to custom match your interior style
- Sones = 3 dBA high speed = 55 and low speed = 49
- Tested to ANSI/UL standard 507 and CSA 22.2
- ETL (C/US) listed for safety
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- All HVAC types
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- Effective in function, great product.
January 10, 2012
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Great fan for transferring air from one room to the next. Although it's designed to be a thru-wall fan, it's assembly allows you to take it apart for different scenarios where the wall or installation requires it to be thicker/longer than a standard 4-6" thick wall. I was faced with a situation of having to bring in heat from the wood stove in the living room into my son's room - which meant I had to go thru a closet. By taking the fan apart into the two separate pieces (you do this anyways during standard installation) I was able to order 8" diameter aluminum flex-duct, use a 8" insulation duct sleeve around that duct to better keep the heat, and effectively create a path of 5ft. from one closet wall to the next.
Note that the on/off switch of the fan as well as the power cord is on the blower/exhaust side end, not the suction/induction side, but the actual fan motor is on the induction side -- therefore, I had to do an additional (but really simple... I am not an electrician at all!) modification to extend the cables from the motor to the switch control using 18gauge wire.
So by spending $60 on the fan and another $25 on flex duct, insulation sleeve, and wire; I am saving HUNDREDS of dollars in oil-heat savings. The oil boiler doesn't kick in till like 4-5 in the morning when the stove fire goes out, and fire is started back up when we wake, essentially running on oil for maybe 2 hours. And my son's room is basically only about 3 degrees cooler than the main room where the stove is located, so I'd say that's a pretty effective heat transfer. Prior to the installation we had about a 10-15 degree difference!
I only gave it 4 stars on appearance just because to my personal taste, the plastic grills are not the prettiest things out there.
The fan itself is not ultra quiet, but it's not an unbearable noise either, which I am totally happy to deal with... The sound of saving money makes up for the slight fan noise.
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