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Attic Ventilator Fan 4.5-Amp 60-Hz Motor and 14-Inch Bla - $60 (Bolingbrook, IL)

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condition: new
make / manufacturer: Cool Attic
model name / number: CF-1600
size / dimensions: 15"D x 6"H

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Fan is brand new and all parts as shown are included.
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Feel free to call or text to 63o-362-31 six nine
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4.5-amp, 115-volt, 60 Hz motor
Easy to install with CX2121 automatic shutter or behind existing louvers
Attics up to 2,400 square feet
Adjustable included automatic thermostat
Prolongs life of composition roof shingles with lower summer attic temperatures

Product Description
Product Description
1600 CFM (cubic feet per minute) heavy-duty gable mount attic exhaust ventilator. Galvanized steel construction. Suitable for 2400 sq. ft. (square foot) attic. 4.5A (ampere) thermally protected motor. Includes 10A adjustable thermostat. 14" fan blade. Engineered mounting system virtually eliminates vibration and ensures quiet operation. Precision balanced fan blades for minimum vibration and no heat distortion. 4 fan blades for greater air movement. This fan requires minimum 600 sq in (square inch) net free area intake vent area. Completely pre-assembled for easy installation, no special tools required. Easy installation behind static gable louvers. 2 year limited warranty on all parts.

From the Manufacturer
This Cool Attic is a 1,600 CFM power attic roof-mount ventilator with 4.5-amp motor and steel flange. It has an adjustable automatic thermostat. It works best for attics up to 2,400 square feet. It prolongs the life of composite roof shingles with lower summer attic temperatures. Ve

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