PB110H Premium Bath Fan w/ Dimmable Halogen Light (Single Grille), Uses 4" Duct Zoom

PB110H Premium Bath Fan w/ Dimmable Halogen Light (Single Grille), Uses 4" Duct

SKU:PB110H

Brand: Fantech

Fantech
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$179.45
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$347.90 / box (2 units x $173.95)
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Specs

Duct Size: 4"
Product Type: Single Grille Fan w/ Lights
Air Flow Capacity (CFM): 110
Warranty: 7-Year Warranty

Description for Fantech PB110H

Clear the air in smaller baths and powder rooms with Fantech Single Grille Premium Bath Fans. A small 7" diameter grille mounts in the ceiling while the fan motor mounts in a remote location away from the living area. The result is quiet yet powerful ventilation that is sure to protect your home from the damaging effects of moisture, steam and mold. UL Listed for wet locations.

Includes:

  • 110 CFM fan (only fan is Energy Star Qualified)
  • One Ceiling Grille with Halogen Light
  • One Grille Housing with Damper
  • One 50-Watt Halogen Bulb

PB110H Premium Bath Fan w/ Dimmable Halogen Light (Single Grille), Uses 4" Duct

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5.0

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5.0

Excellent System

By Carlo

from Kingsport, TN

Verified Buyer

Comments about PB110H Premium Bath Fan w/ Dimmable Halogen Light (Single Grille), Uses 4" Duct:

I downloaded the installation instructions first. They were clear, concise, and included enough details to accurately evaluate my space for potential installation difficulties.

For my application I was able to mount the fan unit directly to the upper member (2" x 8") of the roof truss which leaves it uncoupled from the lower member (the actual ceiling joist). The result is exceptionally quiet operation. You can hear it in the bathroom...barely, but once you leave the bathroom and close the door, you cannot. For this reason I would recommend the timer switch.

The intake housing is not 100% airtight. Before installation I added a 3 or 4 small strips of solid aluminum tape (not duct tape) to seal every little gap.

I must say that my bathroom is on the small side and that an 80cfm vent fan equivalent in function would have probably been sufficient. However, I'm glad I went with the 110 cfp Fantech system because for the first time ever in this bathroom I took a long, hot shower and the mirror did not fog.

It was easy to install, it is very quiet, and it does what it is supposed to do.

 
5.0

Great Product

By Mike

from Southern Maryland

Verified Reviewer

Comments about PB110H Premium Bath Fan w/ Dimmable Halogen Light (Single Grille), Uses 4" Duct:

Bought one of these to replace old light and fan in main bath. Installed in shower with light wired throught GFI. Wired the fan and light to separate switches. This does a great job getting the moisture out of the bath area. As Tim Carter (ask the builder) says, "Its wisper quiet". Grill is easy to pop out and clean. I liked it so much I bought 2 additional units for the other bathrooms.

 
5.0

Awesome Bathroom Fan

By Jonathon

from Rochester, MI

Verified Buyer

Comments about PB110H Premium Bath Fan w/ Dimmable Halogen Light (Single Grille), Uses 4" Duct:

I bought one to install in the master bathroom and loved it so much, I put one in the kids bathroom as well. The install took about 4 hours including running all the wires. The fan is whisper quiet. So quiet that sometimes I have no idea that it is on until I see all the steam being pulled up into it.The halogen light is adequate. I much prefer the halogen light built into this fan over the florescent light fixture that was there before. No more foggy mirrors, no more mold, and no more dripping wet walls after showers. I put it on a timer switch so we won't have to remember to turn the fan off after showers. It's a good idea to run the fan 10-20 minutes after a shower to get a good bit of moisture out of the air. Make sure you vent this fan appropriately. I used insulated flex ducting and I paid someone to install the roof vents for me. DO NOT vent this to your attic!Everything was completely worth it. I'm never looking back. If I ever move into another house without bathroom fan's, I will not hesitate to install this one again.

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  • PB110H Premium Bath Fan w/ Dimmable Halogen Light (Single Grille), Uses 4" Duct

    Q:

    What type of base does the halogen bulb have? Is it the typical Edison screw-in base like most incandescent bulbs have? I ask,because I would like to be able to replace the halogen with an LED having an edison base for efficiency.

    Thanks
    Asked on 3/6/2014 by kcarl from Piedmont NC

    4 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      The halogen bulb that came with the PB110H is a Ushio ProStar MR16 which has a GU10 base (a 2-pin, bayonet-style twist lock). However, LED lamps in this configuration are available and can be used in this fixture.

      Answered on 3/20/2014 by Terry H from Virginia
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      No, it does not. You may look at the PB110F. However, I have never used this model and am unsure if it's the screw type.
      Jonathon

      Answered on 3/8/2014 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Doing from memory since have not had to replace. Pretty sure it is the prong
      type base more typical of the halogens. VVL

      Answered on 3/7/2014 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I Believe the base is Halogen specific with two small prongs instead of the more traditional Edison screw in base.

      Answered on 3/7/2014 by Anonymous
  • PB110H Premium Bath Fan w/ Dimmable Halogen Light (Single Grille), Uses 4" Duct

    Q:

    Can this fan be vented out of the soffit if you have a continuous soffit vent?
    Asked on 2/2/2014 by Jonesy from United States

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    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Must duct this all the way out.
      Need to install a fitting from the exhaust duct to the exterior (weather
      it's a round exhaust outlet or converted to rectangle to match your soffit
      vent.
      Do not run the duct and terminated it above the soffit venting.

      Answered on 2/13/2014 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Most building codes require the vent make it completely to the outdoor.
      Allowing it to just blow above the vented soffit can cause icing and mold!
      Try not to use flexible duct, it reduces the CFM by 20%.

      Answered on 2/3/2014 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Yes i ran ten feet of pipe to soffit vent

      Answered on 2/3/2014 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Doesn't matter what bathroom fan you choose, venting out a soffit vent is a bad idea. Even with the special soffit bath fan vents, it's still a bad idea. Soffits are air INTAKES. If you vent your bathroom fan out an intake, that moisture will just linger and get sucked right back up into your attic, the exact place you don't want it. It is against code where I am at as well. You will want to cut in a roof vent. If you are not comfortable cutting in a roof vent, plenty of professionals will do the job for $100-$200 plus parts. Be sure you use insulated flex vent as well so you don't have condensation problems inside the vent pipe. Good luck, this is a great fan and you'll love it, just don't slack on the install.

      Answered on 2/2/2014 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Hello,
      If I understand your question, you want to run the exhaust vent
      through a dedicated hole cut through the soffit, but the question is
      whether having the soffit vent nearby will pose a problem. I am not
      well versed in the details, since I am not a professional - I'm a DIY
      person - but most building codes require clearance between exhaust and
      intake vents. As I understand it, the code is designed to keep exhaust
      gases from reentering the dwelling. In the case of the soffit, I would
      be concerned that moist air from shower exhaust would enter the soffit
      and condense in the attic during cold weather.

      Answered on 2/2/2014 by Anonymous
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