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Ventilator, Gable Mount, 12 In, 120 V

DAYTON

Price: $238.50 / each

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  • Item # 7A040
  • Mfr. Model # 7A040
  • UNSPSC # 40101604
  • Catalog Page # 4133
  • Shipping Weight 12.8 lbs.
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Technical Specs

  • ItemAttic Ventilator
  • TypeThermostatically Controlled 12" Gable Mount with Shutter and Guard
  • Voltage120
  • Hz60
  • HP1/30
  • Amps1.4
  • RPM1550
  • CFM @ 0.000-In. SP800
  • CFM @ 0.125-In. SP470
  • Max. Attic Area (Sq.-Ft.)1600
  • Free Air Intake Required (Sq.-Ft.)4.0
  • Opening Required (In.)13 x 13
  • Thermostat Temp. (Deg. F)90 to 130
  • IncludesThermostat
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Easy-to-install fan cools attic areas to ease AC load and help reduce energy costs. Adjustable thermostat mounts on a 2" x 4" conduit box. Tie-rod shutter complies with OSHA regulations. Features totally enclosed motors. Mounts on gables with built-in shutters. UL and C-UL Listed.

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Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 2reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Prompt shipping,packaged very well. Works great.Thanks June 7, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Sturdily built. Most of the unit is made in the good ole USA, however the fan motor is made you-know-where. Placed the unit in the attic of a 200 yr old house to dissipate the heat that builds up there. Attic footprint is approx 600 sq ft with very low overhead space, well within the rated capacity of the unit. Neither the space nor the placement are ideal for venting, for various reasons. However the fan manages to move hot air out of the attic, and the thermostat works well to regulate the operation. On those really hot days, the second floor of the house is now just hot, versus VERY hot prior to having the ventilator.My big complaint is the noise. It is fairly loud, and noticeable throughout much of the house (2,500 sq ft). The room on the 2nd FL, directly below where the fan is placed, is serenaded witha droning noise while it is on, and you can hear it on the first floor, too. If I had to do it all over again (and I may, yet) I would invest another hundred $$$ or so for a quiet fan. It would make a difference. Also, I suspect a larger-capacity fan would be better suited for my less-than-ideal situation. September 20, 2012
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Type of thermostat

What type of thermostat does this ventilator use?
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Per the description on Grainger.com this ventilator includes the thermostat. Thermostat: 90° to 130°F, 15°F fixed differential.
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Thermostat provided was perfectly adequate, single pole 120v, that I wired directly into my circuit. I suppose you could upgrade to a digital and/or more expensive one, but why?
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what is the depth of this fan ?

We know it can fit in a 13" x 13" square hole but how deep from front to back is the unit.
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Per the dimensional drawing the depth is 8 3/8". Thank you for using Grainger.com Ask & Answer.
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Thank you for using Grainger Ask and Answer. Grainger has contacted the product supplier and has been advised by them of the following. This fan can only be mounted vertically. Thank you for using Grainger Ask and Answer.
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