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How big does the opening in the wall need to be for this fan?
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Can this fan be run off of a thermostat switch and do you carry one that is compatible with this fan?
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How big does the opening in the wall need to be for this fan?
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Can this fan be run off of a thermostat switch and do you carry one that is compatible with this fan?

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"MaxxAir Exhaust Fan with Shutter - 30in., 1/2 HP, 5,500 CFM, Model# IF30"

Item# 21579
"This MaxxAir Exhaust Fan with Shutter is ideal for use in larger barns, greenhouses and commercial applications requiring superior heavy-duty air exhaust. Fan Diameter in. 30, Amps 6.3, Dimensions L x H in. 35 x 35, Speeds qty. 1, Volts 120, Needs to be Hardwired Yes, Dimensions L x W x H in. 37 x 15 x 38, Air Delivery CFM 5,500, HP 1/2, Depth in. 14. Thermally protected enclosed single-speed 120V, 6.3 Amp PSC motor 5,500 CFM Constructed of 20-gauge galvanized steel housing and 28-gauge galvanized gravity-operated integrated shutters Requires adequate intake ventilation"
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Questions & Answers for "MaxxAir Exhaust Fan with Shutter - 30in., 1/2 HP, 5,500 CFM, Model# IF30"

Question

when flaps closed is it weather resistant from rain snow from getting inside

asked 1 year, 6 months ago
by
ed1974
on "MaxxAir Exhaust Fan with Shutter - 30in., 1/2 HP, 5,500 CFM, Model# IF30"
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Yes, when the shutters are closed the exhaust fan is resistant from the rain and/or snow from getting inside.
answered 1 year, 6 months ago
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ProductExpert31
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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

asked 2 years, 1 month ago
by
Dedge52
on "MaxxAir Exhaust Fan with Shutter - 30in., 1/2 HP, 5,500 CFM, Model# IF30"
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The flange is 20 gauge galvanized steel.
answered 2 years, 1 month ago
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ProductExpert30
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Is 35x35 the rough opening, not including the flange? Also does air from the fan open the shutters? So it couldnt be wired as a puller fan?

asked 3 years, 9 months ago
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Hotrod521
 - Memphis TN
on "MaxxAir Exhaust Fan with Shutter - 30in., 1/2 HP, 5,500 CFM, Model# IF30"
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Yes, the 35 x 35 measurement is the rough opening, not including flange. The shutters open and close automatically, but this fan cannot be wired as a puller fan.
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
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ProductExpert26
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