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TPI Shutter-Mounted Direct Drive Exhaust Fan - 12in., Model# CE-12-DS

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The TPI Shutter-Mounted Direct Drive Exhaust Fan is designed to exhaust stale air from rooms, barns, garages or small enclosed work areas. Mounts from the inside of the wall, avoiding the time and expense of dismantling and replacing siding. Totally enclosed 120V direct drive motor has 3 speeds and is permanently lubricated. Features pull chain switch, aluminum blades and steel spiral guards. U.S.A. Fan Diameter in. 12, Air Delivery CFM 560/710/825, Needs to be Hardwired Yes, Speeds qty. 3, Volts 120, Amps 1.1, HP 1/12, Dimensions L x W x H in. 15.125'W x 7.18'D x 12'H. For new or existing construction 3-speed 560/710/825 CFM enclosed motor ensures rapid ventilation Permanently lubricated When fan is turned on, shutter automatically opens when fan is turned off, shutter automatically closes to seal out the elements Fan is isolated from shutters with rubber pads to eliminate vibration and noise Includes junction box for hardwiring
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Questions & Answers for TPI Shutter-Mounted Direct Drive Exhaust Fan - 12in., Model# CE-12-DS

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Hi There -- Is this Fan " Explosion Proof " , meaning can it remove paint fumes when doing an occasional car paint job? --- (Mod. #CE-12-DS) -------- Thank You

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This fan is not explosion proof.
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What is the ampere rating for the motor?

asked 1 year, 1 month ago
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The amperage rating on this motor is 1.1.
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is ceiling mount ok

need to mount fan in bath room ceiling and push air up

thru roof skylight ...can it be mounted horizonal and will shutters open or can I remove shutters
asked 1 year, 4 months ago
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Mounting this fan in the ceiling is OK, however the shutters would not open up in this position and I would not suggest removing them.
answered 1 year, 4 months ago
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Can I install this in a garage wall that is 2x4 studs with drywall on inside and brick on outside?

asked 2 years ago
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The fan and shutter actually come apart and would mount on opposite sides of the wall (the fan on one side the and the shutter on the other side) even if the wall is thicker.
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exhaust for indoor generator

I am wanting to run my emergency generator from inside my shed. Will this fan handle the heated exhaust coming from the generator? And yes, I plan on having fresh air coming in also.
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This unit would handle between 110 degrees to 115 degrees Fahrenheit.
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Is this designed to be installed on an outside wall?

Just checking... This is designed to handle wind, rain, etc.

(We get a fair bit of rain up here). ;)
asked 2 years ago
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This fan can be mounted on the outside of the building but would need an optional weather hood. This can be purchased through the manufacturer.
answered 2 years ago
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Can the fan be mounted horizontally instead of vertical?

On some fan designed for vertical mounting, the bearings do not hold up when they are mounted horizontally. Does the manufacturer indicate the fan will provide good service life if mounted horizontally?
asked 2 years, 2 months ago
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Yes this TPI exhaust fan can be mounted in any direction as long as the shutters are not obstructed. It does not void the warranty either.
answered 2 years, 2 months ago
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Can this fan be connected to a timer switch?

I'd like to be able to leave the workshop, but still leave the fan running to clear fumes out for up to an hour after I've left. If you can wire up to a timer switch, do you still retain the ability to use all 3 speeds while the timer is on?
asked 2 years, 5 months ago
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The exhaust fan can be connected to a timer switch. This will still provide the ability to use all 3 speeds of the fan.
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Can this fan run on a thermostat?

asked 2 years, 9 months ago
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Yes contact our parts dept 1-800-222-5381 ext 3. The part number is MSET5SRS.
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
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Hole size

Can this be mounted in a 6" wall?
asked 2 years, 9 months ago
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This can be mounted in a 6" wall. When you mount this the fan and shutter actually come apart so you mount the fan on one side of the wall and the shutter on the other, even if the wall is thicker.
answered 2 years, 9 months ago
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