Thursday, April 20, 2006

Monday, April 10, 2006

Bathroom Fans

Decorative Bathroom Fan
Product #: Nutone (742RBNT)
Finish: Oil Rubbed Bronze
Width/Dia.: 5 3/4"
Height: 8"
Depth: 8 1/4"
Lamp Qty.: NALamp Type: NA
Wattage: 60 Watt Maximum
Bulbs: Not included
Fixture: Bathroom Fan
Volts: 120V
CFM: 70
Sound: 2.0 Sones
Amps: 1.6
Warranty: 3 Years

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Friday, April 07, 2006

Bathroom Fan W/ Infrared Heater & Light

Bathroom Fan W/ Infrared Heater & Light
Bathroom Fan W/ Infrared Heater & Light
Finish: White
Fits 50-90 Sq Ft RM
Aupu A716D
90 CFM, 1.2 Sones
4- 270 watt infrared bulbs

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Thursday, April 06, 2006

Even More Bathroom Fan Q @ A

Even More Bathroom Fan Q @ A.....

Can insulation material be used over fans installed in the ceiling?

Yes. Loose fill or batt insulation can be placed directly over the fan housing in the attic. The efficient, cool-running motors and fluorescent bulbs in fans do not create enough ambient heat to prevent using insulation.

Can a Bathroom fan be used above a kitchen range?
No. Fans installed above kitchen ranges must be listed for that application by UL, and must be designed to handle grease and high temperatures. Kitchen Exhaust Hoods fans should only be used to provide auxiliary kitchen ventilation. An alternate approach is to use a ducted range hood or downdraft exhaust, and a ventilation fan to exhaust the general odors and moisture in the kitchen

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Wednesday, April 05, 2006

More Bathroom Tips

More Bathroom Fan Tips

Lenght of time a bath fan run after a shower is used? The Home Ventilation Institute recommends that a fan should be left on for 20 minutes more to clear humidity adequately and to ensure moisture and condensation in the fan body or ducting is minimize

Location of a Bathroom fan
Exhaust fans should be located in or near the shower or tub, and in an enclosed water closet. Keep exhaust points opposite the supply air source to ensure that the fresh air is drawn through the room. Bathroom doors should not be sealed too tightly at the bottom in order to allow "makeup air" to enter the room when the door is closed.

Why do the windows and mirrors fog even when the fan is running?
If windows and mirrors are very cold, condensation can still form on these surfaces. And if your bathroom is sealed tightly, replacement air may not be entering the room fast enough to displace the moist air. Be sure to undercut your door sufficiently to draw fresh air into the room. Fan placement can also be a factor. Your fan should be located far from the replacement air source to ensure the moist air is drawn out first. Finally, too many twists and turns in the ducting will significantly reduce the ability of the blower to remove moist air. Make sure your ductwork is as short and straight as it can be, with gradual turns rather than tight corners where necessary.

Tuesday, April 04, 2006

Nutone 755NT

Decorative Bathroom Fan Nutone 755NT

Product #: Nutone (755NT)Finish: Antique CrackleWidth/Dia.: 13 1/8"Height: 5"Lamp Qty.: 2Lamp Type: Candelabra baseWattage: 60w MaximumBulbs: (Not Included)Fixture: Bathroom FanVolts: 120CFM: 70Sound: 3.5 SonesAmps: 2.2