Galvanized Steel Silencer for 10" Duct Zoom

Galvanized Steel Silencer for 10" Duct

SKU:LD10

Brand: Fantech

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$148.95
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$431.25 / box (3 units x $143.75)
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Product Type: Silencer
Duct Size: 10"
Material: Galvanized Steel

Description for Fantech LD10

Easily-fitted silencer for circular ducts,fitted with a connection which is compatible with a standard spiral duct. The LD effectively reduces noise in the duct. Two silencers can be used together in installations where noise reduction is critical. For the most effective noise reduction, the silencer should be fitted immediately behind a fan or bend.

Galvanized Steel Silencer for 10" Duct

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4.8

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5.0

Bulky but very effective

By DiY_Bill

from Blue Ridge Parkway NC

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        Comments about Galvanized Steel Silencer for 10" Duct:

        This silencer occupies three feet of duct length and occupies an equivalent duct diameter of 13 inches. Quite large. However it does muffle the blower noise and roof cap noise. The only the wind noise through the range hood, a Fantech SGHL 36 (modified for 10 inch ducting), is evident

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        5.0

        How quiet it is!

        By Bad Dog

        from Salem, OR

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              Comments about Galvanized Steel Silencer for 10" Duct:

              I only wish Fantech would have put a layman's guide to buying this system. I bought the fan first and it was hard clamped into vents. It was so noisy we couldn't talk in the kitchen and hear each other. So I bought the silencer and rubberized claps to install it. Luckily my heating specialist read the materials. The fan, not the silencer, was supposed to be mounted with the rubberized clamps. That was redone corrected and the silencer install between fan and stove vent. What an amazing difference. It is so quiet in the kitchen it far exceeded my expectations. Fantech fan is so powerful it with suck the pancakes out of the frying pan....kidding of course. Buy the whole Fantech system and you will have commercial grade system in your gourmet kitchen at half the price of other more well known brands. Highest recommendations. Add a backdraft damper if you don't already have one in your system.

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              4.0

              Effective but awkward

              By Dr. Cruise

              from Santa Fe, NM

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              Comments about Galvanized Steel Silencer for 10" Duct:

              Substantially reduces noise levels without limiting airflow. Beware that the unit must be located next to and downstream from your fan and it has a large diameter, so your chase will need to amply sized to accommodate the noise reducer. Most effective absorbing the higher frequencies, leaving an acceptable low hum/rumble. With a Fantech roof-mounted ventilator, it is possible to a have a conversation under the hood without raising your voice when the fan is running full speed.

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              5.0

              What an improvement!

              By sid

              from Santa Barbara, CA

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              Comments about Galvanized Steel Silencer for 10" Duct:

              Nine months ago, I had a kitchen hood installed with a Fantech FKD10xl exhaust fan. In spite of the fact that the fan was remotely located in the attic significant air flow noise was present in the kitchen even at the lowest fan speeds. At higher fan speeds, normal conversation was impossible. The silencer made a huge improvement. At the lowest fan speeds, noise is barely noticeable, and the highest speed is now similar to the sound of the unsilenced low speed setting. The is quite acceptable, since this fan is so powerful that the low speed setting is almost enough to ventilate a 36inch cook top.

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