Tamarack Insulated Whole House Fan - 2-Speed, 1150/1600 CFM, 150 Watts, Model# HV1600

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This Tamarack Insulated Whole House Fan cools your entire house for less than the cost of operating a light bulb. Energy-efficient operation drastically reduces air conditioner use by drawing in cooler outside air and exhausting hot indoor air. U.S.A. Speeds qty. 2, Air Delivery CFM 1,150/1,600, Power Cord ft. 6, Volts 115, Amps 1.16, Watts 140. R-38 insulated doors create an airtight seal between the attic and living space when not in use Mounts horizontally or vertically on either 16in. or 24in. on-center floor or wall joist Plugs into a standard outlet and includes a remote control UL listed

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asked 1 year, 4 months ago on Tamarack Insulated Whole House Fan - 2-Speed, 1150/1600 CFM, 150 Watts, Model# HV1600

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The manufacturer recommends using the following formula:

Step 1 Square feet x height of ceiling = cubic ft.

Step 2 Divide the cubic feet by 1600 CFM's = the number of minutes.

The minutes should be a maximum of 15 minutes but the closer to 10 minutes the better the results.

Example:

2000 sq. ft. x 9 ft ceilings = 18,000 cu. ft.

18,000/1600 = 11.25 minutes

Step 1 Square feet x height of ceiling = cubic ft.

Step 2 Divide the cubic feet by 1600 CFM's = the number of minutes.

The minutes should be a maximum of 15 minutes but the closer to 10 minutes the better the results.

Example:

2000 sq. ft. x 9 ft ceilings = 18,000 cu. ft.

18,000/1600 = 11.25 minutes

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what are the sound/decibel (e.g., dBA @ 1m) levels between the two speeds...

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asked 1 year, 9 months ago on Tamarack Insulated Whole House Fan - 2-Speed, 1150/1600 CFM, 150 Watts, Model# HV1600

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The decibel rating at low speed is 55 db and at high speed it is 65 db.

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