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Exhaust Fan, 18 In, 115V, 1/15hp, 1075rpm

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  • Item # 1HLA4
  • Mfr. Model # 1HLA4
  • NSN # 4140-01-127-3984
  • UNSPSC # 40101502
  • Catalog Page # 4094
  • Shipping Weight 22.0 lbs.
Country of Origin USACountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemShutter Mount Exhaust Fan
  • Blade Dia.18"
  • Number of SpeedsVariable
  • Voltage115V
  • CFM @ 0.000-In. SP1860
  • Motor HP1/15
  • Square Opening Required19"
  • CFM @ 0.125-In. SP850
  • Sones @ 0.000-In. SP @ 5 Ft.8.4
  • Motor RPM1075
  • Hz60
  • Phase1
  • Full Load Amps1.3
  • Max. Ambient Temp.104 Degrees F
  • Motor TypeShaded Pole
  • Motor EnclosureTotally Enclosed Air-Over
  • Motor InsulationClass A
  • Bearing TypeSleeve
  • Height21-1/8"
  • Width21-1/8"
  • Max. Depth14-7/8"
  • Frame MaterialCold Rolled Steel
  • Frame FinishGalvanized Steel
  • Blade MaterialStamped Aluminum
  • Guard MaterialSteel
  • Wire Guard FinishGray Polyester
  • Speed Control Item Number1DGV1
  • Number of Blades3
  • Thermal ProtectionAuto
  • StandardsUL Listed for US and Canada
  • IncludesShutter
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Can this fan be mounted flat, in a hole in the ceiling, like a whole house fan?
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Grainger has contacted the product supplier and has been advised by them of the following.

This fan is only designed for wall mounting and cannot be mounted in a ceiling.

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Probably, it's not a good idea to mount this fan in a ceiling. I have one mounted in the apex of my attic, and it works well there. The louvers open up when you power the fan. I have a smaller one in the basement. I mounted it in a plywood frame cut to the dimensions of a window opening. I put the assemblage in the window. If you mounted it in a ceiling, the direction of the air would be down into the living space. If you turned it around to push the air up into the attic, the cage of the fan would be in the living space, and the louvers would be on the floor of the attic. The louvers are safe if they are installed outside of the living space, but they can be damaged easily if they are accessible to any type of foot traffic. The one I have in the basement is further covered by an outside screen, which I am going to change to chicken wire to increase flow. For the basement installation, I have made it safe from the remote possibility that a child might stick his fingers into the louvers and make contact with the spinning blades.
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Grainger has contacted the product supplier and has been advised by them of the following. The depth of the frame from the flange forward with the blades closed is 2". Thank you for using Grainger Ask and Answer.
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