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Mixed Flow Duct Fan, 4 In. Dia.

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  • Item # 3CGA4
  • Mfr. Model # TD-100X
  • UNSPSC # 40101604
  • Catalog Page # 4126
  • Shipping Weight 5.55 lbs.
Country of Origin SpainCountry of Origin is subject to change.
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Technical Specs

  • ItemMixed Flow Duct Fan
  • Housing MaterialThermoplastic
  • Fits Duct Dia.4"
  • Voltage120
  • Max. Amps0.28
  • Max. Wattage33/20
  • Number of Speeds2
  • Housing Dia.6-7/8"
  • Length7-3/8"
  • CFM @ 0.000-In. SP135/100
  • CFM @ 0.125-In. SP113/77
  • CFM @ 0.250-In. SP90/48
  • CFM @ 0.375-In. SP53
  • Max. Inlet Temp.104 Degrees F
  • Inlet and Outlet Dia.3-7/8"
  • Hz60
  • Phase1
  • Motor HP1/25
  • Motor RPM2100/1550
  • Motor EnclosureTotally Enclosed
  • Bearing TypeBall
  • Flange Width1-1/8"
  • Speed ControlMfr. No. 1DGV1
  • Mounting PositionHorizontal or Vertical
  • StandardsC-UL-US
  • IncludesMounting Bracket

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Currently I have a bathroom vent that only moves 45 CFM, I am looking to leave the housing and ceiling plate of the current unit but remove the fan and motor. I would then install this unit remotely in-line with the existing duct work in my attic.

So my question is: is this unit OK to use for this purpose? Removing steam from the shower in my bathroom?
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I would recommend calling HVAC tech support to discuss your application in depth. The housing of the old bathroom ventilator could cause air flow restrictions. Duct sizing will also be a critical issue for air flow restriction. 800-4724643
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