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Whole House Fan, 30 In, 115 Volt

DAYTON

Price: $791.00 / each

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  • 2 reviews
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  • Item # 1LXN7
  • Mfr. Model # 1LXN7
  • UNSPSC # 40101604
  • Catalog Page # 4131
  • Shipping Weight 65.0 lbs.
Country of Origin USACountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemWhole House Fan
  • TypeBelt Drive
  • Speed2
  • Propeller Dia. (In.)30
  • CFM High5900
  • CFM Low3900
  • HP1/3
  • Fan RPM455/305
  • Voltage115
  • Hz60
  • Phase1
  • Amps6.7/4.7
  • Watts550/367
  • Height (In.)15
  • Width (In.)34
  • Depth (In.)34
  • Coverage (Square-Ft.)1200
  • Power Cord Length (Ft.)Hardwired
  • Motor TypeSplit Phase
  • Bearing TypeBall
  • Mounting LocationCeiling
  • Housing MaterialPowder Coated Steel
  • Housing FinishGray
  • Propeller MaterialSteel
  • Number of Blades4
  • Ceiling Shutter4C225 or 3C511
  • Agency ComplianceUL and C-UL
  • RequiresCeiling Shutter
  • Includes1 x 4" Wooden Plenum Box, Rubber Mounting Gasket, 2 Speed Switch and 12-Hour Timer
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Rated 2.5 out of 5 by 2reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by This fan works great but forget it if you need to replace the timer and switch that comes with these units. Granger can't supply them or even give you a part number. Why would all the fans come with the same two speed switch and timer but if it goes bad-thery can't even find a part number for any of the parts???????--Very poor product representation! October 16, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good quality product. Im glad i didnt buy the home depot model. Didn't realize how big the actual unit was going to be. Install will be easier if you have another person to help get it into the attic. Setting up a pulley system in the attic to help hoist it up is a plus. Preplan the clearance required to pull the fan through the opening in a vertical position. The fan moves Tons of air in a 2400sqft home even in the low setting. The sound of the fan on low is pretty close to sound levels of our dryer. The noise is mainly form massive amounts of air moving. I am pleased with the results so far. The high/low switch could be of better quality. July 23, 2012
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Unbalnced?

At the lower speed my fan seems to be unbalanced. It has a loud vibration that transfers to the ceiling joists. Its not so noticable at the higher speed but that could be because the fan itself is louder at the higher speed. I bought it with the intention of using the lower, quieter speed at night. Any sugestions would be appreciated.
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There are a few issues that may cause excessive noise. Without having more details it would be difficult to assume what the issue is. I would call our HVAC tech team at
1-800-GRAINGER. We will be able to ask the right questions that will get us to a solution.

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