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What is the static pressure rating of this 16" fan?
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What is the thickness of the flange area? I would be attaching it to a metal siding that has ridges and want to make sure the frame would cover them
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how do you seal this against the ribbed pole barn siding? How do you keep water from coming in? thanks.
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What is the static pressure rating of this 16" fan?
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What is the thickness of the flange area? I would be attaching it to a metal siding that has ridges and want to make sure the frame would cover them

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Canarm Wall Exhaust Fan - 8in., 2-Speed, 1/40 HP, Model# S8-B2

Item# 13789
This Canarm Wall Exhaust Fan is an efficient, easy-to-install, low-maintenance solution for keeping room air fresh. HP 1/40, Speed RPM 360, Dimensions L x W x H in. 13 1/4 x 10 x 13 1/4, Amps 05, Air Delivery CFM 360, Fan Diameter in. 8, Speeds qty. 2, Dimensions L x H in. 13 1/4 x 13 1/4, Needs to be Hardwired Yes, Volts 115. Totally enclosed and thermally protected motor Galvanized blades are well-balanced for durability and efficiency Heavy wire chrome-plated OSHA guards Rugged steel welded box housing with durable powder-coated finish Aluminum louver shutters with long life nylon bushing
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Questions & Answers for Canarm Wall Exhaust Fan - 8in., 2-Speed, 1/40 HP, Model# S8-B2

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is the width of the interior housing 8 inches?

I need one to fit in an 8 in gap between studs
asked 1 year, 8 months ago
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The framing needed for the exhaust fan is 11" x 11".
answered 1 year, 8 months ago
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I refinish bathtubs with a HVLP spray system. Can I use this fan to exhaust out a window when I am spraying

asked 3 years, 1 month ago
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This fan needs to be hardwired, and is meant for permanent installation.
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
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What's the CFM on the 2 speeds?

asked 3 years, 3 months ago
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The CFM is determined by the static pressure. At 0 static pressure with 1600 RPM is would be 360 CFM. At 1300 RPM is would be 300 CFM. The higher the static pressure the less CFM. If it reaches 1/4" static pressure you would have no CFM. It would choke the fan out.
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