FG Series Round Inline Exhaust Fan, 6" Duct (303 CFM) Zoom

FG Series Round Inline Exhaust Fan, 6" Duct (303 CFM)

SKU:FG6

Brand: Fantech

Fantech
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$125.95
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Specs

Duct Size: 6"
Voltage:
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120v
RPM: 2700
Air Flow Capacity (CFM): 303
Rated Watts: 72
Max. Amps: 0.68
Housing Material: Galvanized Steel
Warranty: 5-Year Warranty

Description for Fantech FG6

Fantech's versatile FG Series Inline Fans are virtually airtight. Galvanized steel housings meet code requirements for both residential and commercial applications. High quality ebm-papst motors ensure long life and dependable performance.

The FG Series features new longer duct connections for easier installation. Fans are prewired and include the bracket for mounting to wall or ceiling. Straight-through airflow allows fans to be installed at any angle at any point along the duct work.

Features:

  • Airtight galvanized steel housing - perfect for commercial code applications
  • Powered by ebm-papst external rotor motorized impeller for excellent heat dissipation, even at low RPM
  • Backward curved impeller
  • Permanently lubricated sealed ball bearings for maintenance free operation
  • Automatic reset thermal overload protection
  • 100% speed controllable
  • Rated for air stream temperatures up to 140°F
  • Rated for outdoor use
  • 5-Year factory warranty

FG Series Round Inline Exhaust Fan, 6" Duct (303 CFM)

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5.0

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5.0

as expected

By help others

from half moon bay, ca

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        Comments about FG Series Round Inline Exhaust Fan, 6" Duct (303 CFM):

        to produce positive air pressure

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        5.0

        Works Well

        By Jim the Cook

        from Cedar Rapids, IA

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              Comments about FG Series Round Inline Exhaust Fan, 6" Duct (303 CFM):

              I installed this in an attic crawl space above my kitchen and use it to exhaust a custom under-cabinet range hood. Power is sufficient for my small kitchen and not too noisy. There is a slight electrical hum when running it at lower speeds. I did find it a bit difficult to clamp the duct to this unit; just not quite enough of a lip/flange. The solid mounting bracket that is included and some additional foil HVAC tape addressed this challenge. All in all, I'm very satisfied with my purchase and am enjoying cooking without stinking up the whole house.

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              5.0

              great product at a great price

              By c.k.

              from Tn

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              Comments about FG Series Round Inline Exhaust Fan, 6" Duct (303 CFM):

              installed in atic to exaust out retro range hood. It gave the old hood the new power of 300 plus CFMs and is quiet. You can hear the air moving but not the motor. It is desired in our case to hear something so you know it is on and pull air out of the house so that it will be turned off when not needed and there is not unneeded loss of heating and cooling

               
              5.0

              Great product

              By K1175

              from DFW, Texas

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              Comments about FG Series Round Inline Exhaust Fan, 6" Duct (303 CFM):

              Very happy with this product.

               
              5.0

              Great centrifigal fan!

              By Ace Blackie

              from Los Angeles, CA

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              Comments about FG Series Round Inline Exhaust Fan, 6" Duct (303 CFM):

              Used the product as a duct fan in a HVAC system

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                Q:

                I'd like to know how loud the fan is. Why doesn't the manufacturer list sone value? Also, can the fan be located close to a stove?
                Asked on 1/25/2014 by charlie

                5 answers

                • VERIFIED BUYER

                  A:

                  It's loud, even when mounted. I wish I'd bought something else, it's too loud for residential use.
                  Sent from my mobile; sorry if I've been brief.

                  Answered on 1/29/2014 by Anonymous
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                  A:

                  It’s quiet. Much quieter than the typical range exhaust fan. Guess the real issue is where will it be installed?

                  Answered on 1/27/2014 by Anonymous
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                  A:

                  Hi there,
                  I once used the FG 4 and it was noisy.
                  The FR 6 might be better which is plastic. You might also want to use a
                  speed controller with it to slow it down to an acceptable noise level.
                  Hope this helps
                  Colin
                  Colin Smith
                  Industrial Electronics Ltd.
                  Please note: New email ****@***.***

                  Answered on 1/27/2014 by Anonymous
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                  A:

                  I installed this fan to pull heat off my wood stove and move the warm
                  air through duct work to the basement of my house. The fan is fairly
                  loud at both the suction (stove) and exhaust ends of the duct. The fan
                  itself though is fairly quiet. Its annoying enough that am considering
                  some sort of baffle system. I recall seeing "mufflers" but they were pricy.
                  If I had it to do over, I would probably look for a squirrel cage type
                  blower fan.
                  --Dave

                  Answered on 1/26/2014 by Anonymous
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                  A:

                  I installed this for a remodel customer and located it in the attic above the kitchen. From memory I would say the fan motor is very quiet. The sound of the air moving through the duct is what is heard, but if you are actually moving air, that will happen with any fan. I don’t think it would matter much if the fan is closer to the stove. I would recommend not to use a flex duct but a rigid duct where ever you can. flex duct will slow the air down and the semi rigid flex duct with small ridges in it will not only slow down air, but add to the noise of air moving (like the way a A/C return will if you close it most of the way. Also the less turns the better. Every turn is counted as several extra(less) feet of how far you can duct out.

                  Answered on 1/26/2014 by Anonymous
              • FG Series Round Inline Exhaust Fan, 6" Duct (303 CFM)

                Q:

                Can this fan be used to remove smoke from a furnace room and is it compatible with 6" galvanized stove pipe (If no what type conduit is it compatible with)?
                Asked on 9/21/2013 by DS

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                  A:

                  It can be used in such an application, however keep in mind that it has a maximum temperature of 140 degrees, so it is not suitable for venting combustion exhaust. The unit is compatible with galvanized stove pipe.

                  Answered on 10/16/2013 by PexSupply Staff from NY
              • FG Series Round Inline Exhaust Fan, 6" Duct (303 CFM)

                Q:

                can this fan be used with a speed control switch, and what are the sones at max speed.
                Asked on 11/23/2011 by mike from dunsmuir, ca

                2 answers

                • A:

                  This fan is compatible with a speed controller and appears to be nearly silent at full speed.

                  Answered on 12/12/2011 by Anonymous from None
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                  A:

                  You can use this fan with a speed control switch, but there is not a listed sone rating for the fan.

                  Answered on 12/14/2011 by PexSupply Staff from NY
              • FG Series Round Inline Exhaust Fan, 6" Duct (303 CFM)

                Q:

                Blade material is?
                Asked on 3/26/2011 by Anonymous

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                  A:

                  This fan has a plastic blade.

                  Answered on 3/29/2011 by PexSupply Staff from NY
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                  A:

                  Plastic

                  Answered on 8/2/2011 by Engineer from Oak Ridge TN
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