PB270H-2 Premium Bath Fan w/ Dimmable Halogen Light (Dual Grille), Uses 4" & 6" Duct Zoom

PB270H-2 Premium Bath Fan w/ Dimmable Halogen Light (Dual Grille), Uses 4" & 6" Duct

SKU:PB270H-2

Brand: Fantech

Fantech
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$261.95
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$509.90 / box (2 units x $254.95)
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Specs

Duct Size: 4"
Product Type: Dual Grille Fan w/ Lights
Duct Size: 6"
Air Flow Capacity (CFM): 270
Warranty: 7-Year Warranty

Description for Fantech PB270H-2

The key to proper ventilation in over-sized baths is spot ventilation at the source. Fantech has developed its Premium Bath fans so that one fan motor can effectively ventilate several areas of the bath. Small 7" ceiling grilles (with or without lights) can be easily positioned directly over showers, whirlpool tubs, steam showers, toilet or vanity. The fan motor is installed away from the living area for super quiet operation. UL Listed for wet locations.

Includes:

  • 270 CFM Fan (only fan is Energy Star Qualified)
  • Two Ceiling Grilles with Halogen Lights
  • Two Grille Housings with Dampers
  • Two 50-Watt Halogen Bulbs and Y-Adapter (4"×4"x6")

PB270H-2 Premium Bath Fan w/ Dimmable Halogen Light (Dual Grille), Uses 4" & 6" Duct

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5.0

Fantech Installation

By Chicagorex

from Schaumburg, IL

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Comments about PB270H-2 Premium Bath Fan w/ Dimmable Halogen Light (Dual Grille), Uses 4" & 6" Duct:

This was a perfect solution to my problem. Our master bath is about 110 Square feet with a shower, whirlpool tub, and skylight. Originally, there was a bathroom fan 110 CFM over the toilet. The problem was that the steam from the shower would have to travel across the skylight to get to the fan. Most of the steam ended up in the skylight causing moisture damage to the paint and ceiling. There was a 6 inch recessed light over the shower and tub. That worked out great since the two light kits retrofitted perfectly and I could use the same switch for the light. I used the existing fan circuit for the new Fantech 270 CFM fan in the attic. I called the company with a couple of questions. Their support was great. I recommend the 6 inch damper they sell between the fan and the outside vent so the cold air doesn't come back. I also recommend the timer switch. The fan is so quiet you won't know it is on, so it's good to get in the habit of using the timer switch. My only complaint is that the electrical box where you make the connections is plastic on the outside. It's such a high quality product, I wouldn't expect that. This is the only fan I will ever install in a bathroom. It makes sense. You are removing moisture at the source with this product. In my case, that was the shower. I included some pictures of the installation. PEX was the best price I could find on this product. I highly recommend this product and I highly recommend that you source it from PEX.

 
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Awesome

By Mike

from Southern Maryland

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Comments about PB270H-2 Premium Bath Fan w/ Dimmable Halogen Light (Dual Grille), Uses 4" & 6" Duct:

Installed this in my new master bath. I love how quiet these are and cleaning is so simple.

 
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Smooth Install

By Barbershop Bill

from Milton Florida

Verified Buyer

Comments about PB270H-2 Premium Bath Fan w/ Dimmable Halogen Light (Dual Grille), Uses 4" & 6" Duct:

Bought this system kit to cover bath that had 2 separate Nutone fan/lights. Fantech fan installed remote from bath ceiling and ducted outside. Now the bath clears quickly and those junky old units are history. I will probably install another system in guest bath before it becomes too hot to work in attic area.

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  • PB270H-2 Premium Bath Fan w/ Dimmable Halogen Light (Dual Grille), Uses 4" & 6" Duct

    Q:

    Can you use this fan to serve two separate bathrooms?
    Asked on 6/28/2013 by Dan from Duluth, MN

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    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Yes. Installed one in the attic that serves two full size bathrooms.

      Answered on 6/30/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Dan,
      You could if they are not too far apart but that is probably not a good idea. You really need two separate fans/lights with their own switches. I guess that a three way switch in each bathroom that operates the fan would work. If you use one fan for both bathrooms, you will need separate switches for the lights and fan and you will be venting both bathrooms every time you need to vent either of them. You will be sucking more conditioned air out of your house than necessary.
      I used this fan to vent a large bathroom with two lights and registers .

      Answered on 6/28/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      No. One motor to control. Switch would make it work in other bath at the same time.
      Sent from my Verizon Wireless 4G LTE DROID

      Answered on 6/28/2013 by bobo from ny
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      You can indeed.  You simply use a three-way switch to power the fan from the two bathrooms, or if you prefer, Fantech sells a proprietary switch which does the same thing in a more sophisticated way.

      Answered on 6/28/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Yes...You absolutely can use this unit to service two bathrooms.  Separate switches for the lights and fan will need to be installed in both bathrooms.  You can also put the lights on dimmers.  The only drawback is that when the fan motor is on in either bathroom, it is on in both...It would be a good idea to get the motors on a timer switch.  But I don't see this as a big deal at all.  You just need to work with a good electrician who can get the job done.
      Ellen G. Falkwww.falkdesigns.net

      Answered on 6/29/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Yes you can as long as you understand that it will draw air from both rooms whenever it's on.
      Sent from my Communicator ��

      Answered on 6/30/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Yes:
      Duct the individual intakes as the instructions indicate.
      You will want to be careful when wiring this up:
      - Use the same electrical circuit (may want to use 3 way switches).
      - We have installed this with a timer that PEX sells: FD60EM
      This timer looks good and is convenient for operating the fan.
      If you are unsure about wiring this up with two switches - GET SOMEONE WHO
      IS!
      This will not go well if you wire it up incorrectly!
      Risk personal / property / equipment damage.

      Answered on 6/30/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Dear Dan,
       
      Yes,  you could utilize this fan for two bathrooms as long as they are close to each other.  That said, if you use it for two bathrooms whenever one bathroom vent is utilized the other would be as well..  Would not operate independently (either both on or both off).  Obviously, you would need a 3-way switch so you can turn it on and off from either location.
       
      I am very happy with this product, very quiet, all you hear is air movement.
       
      I hope that answered the question

      Answered on 7/5/2013 by Anonymous
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