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Description: AirScape 25 Watt Solar Attic Fan. Roof Mounted. Utilizing the sun's energy to eliminate heat and moisture from your attic, a solar attic fan runs efficiently and quietly year round. Solar-powered attic fans harness sunlight to operate instead, so they work all day long to keep the airShow More
Supplier: Ostberg Americas, Inc.
Description: IFA 140 is an insulated fan suitable for installation in a cupboard or attic. It features 3 inlets and 1 outlet allowing for multifunction applications. The IFA is equipped with an external rotor motor with built in protection. It has forward curved impellers. The housing is manufactured using
- Applications: Air Handling Units / HVAC
- Media Temperature: 122 F
- Maximum Diameter (Fan or Blower Wheel): 13.19 inch
Supplier: Continental Fan Manufacturing, Inc.
Description: CDB belt drive centrifugal downblast exhaust fans provide quiet operation, within a weather resistant spun aluminum housing. CDB fans are ideally suited for roof or wall mounted applications. Exhaust heat and humidity from attics, storage rooms and other areas, and allow clean, fresh air in from
- Applications: Exhaust Ventilation
- Design Configuration: Axial
- Air Flow Rate: 300 to 17650 SCFM
- System: Packaged (Complete System)
Supplier: Radwell International, Inc.
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- Temperature Set Point Range: 80 to 130 F
- Voltage: 115 to 230 volts
Supplier: CSA Group
Description: , hassock, utility, suitcase, and ceiling fans. This Standard applies to fans such as wall insert, ceiling insert, attic, duct, bathtub and shower stall, household range hoods or canopies, household down-draft fans, and window fans. It also applies to fan-type air-to-air heat exchangers, component fansShow More
Description: Effective attic ventilation is critical for a long-lasting roof. However, over the last 30-40 years, the changing architectural style of many homes has made proper ridge venting impractical. A Cobra® Hip Vent will help to:Show More
Supplier: M.H. Rhodes/Cramer Company
Description: and are typically used in the following applications: Lighting Heating Ventilating Air conditioning equipment Attic fans Heat lamps Whirlpools and saunas
- Number of Functions: Multi-function
- Functions: Interval Delay Timer
- Reset: Manual
- Number of Time Ranges: Single Time Range
Supplier: M.H. Rhodes/Cramer Company
Description: such as an attic fan for heat removal and moisture protection for a pre-set time duration. Package includes both white and ivory overlays. Industry: Hotels/Motels Office buildings Residential Whole-house Exhaust Fans Restaurants Retail Schools Warehouse buildings
- Switching Mechanism: Solid State, Other
- Actuator Specifications: Flush Pushbutton
- Switch Type Function: Alternate Contact (Push-Push)
- Maximum Current: 4.4 amps
Description: Roof Jacks are used to receive and cover duct pipes extending through the roof from kitchen and bath fans, as well as for attic ventilation. Our design provides maximum leak protection with a press-sealed built-in roof flashing. Sturdy galvanized steel construction Built-in roof flashing
- Application: Commercial, Industrial, Residential
- Type: Sheet Metal
Supplier: United Refrigeration, Inc.
Description: VRV® is a commercially applied heating and cooling system that distributes refrigerant, rather than water, to multiple fan coil units serving the conditioned spaces. The natural attributes of a VRV system position it as an alternative to a chiller system. Slim height, at only 7 7/8", makes
- Type: Ductless, Split
- Operating Voltage: 230 VAC
- Phase: Single Phase
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Using Infrared Thermography to Determine the Effectiveness of Radiant Barriers
) to determine the effectiveness of the radiant barrier insulation. The roof was in the attic of a three-car garage. The garage was not attached to the residence but had access through a covered breezeway. The garage did not have a top center ridge vent. The garage did have a single 10" roof vent fan
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A case study for the effectiveness of solar-powered attic ventilation fans
For example, higher energy costs can make solar-powered fans cost competitive, especially compared to “wired-in” attic fans which have been shown to use more energy to operate than they save in reducing cooling loads and attic temperatures (Burch and Treado…
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Monitoring conservative retrofits in single family buildings
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Exposure to radon and radon progeny in the indoor environment. Final report
This was accomplished in PU31 by: a) using attic fans or b) using adjustable speed fans (flow rate <500 m3 h-1) installed in a basement window.