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Roof Mount 8" Centrifugal Duct Fan (409 CFM)


Brand: Fantech

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Duct Size: 8"
Product Type: Duct Fan
RPM: 2800
Air Flow Capacity (CFM): 409
Rated Watts: 153
Max. Amps: 1.40
Housing Material: Galvanized Steel
Warranty: 5-Year Warranty

Description for Fantech RE8XL

Fantech's RE Series direct drive centrifugal fans provide an excellent solution for residential or commercial ventilation applications where the fan must be mounted on the exterior of the building. RE models come with a flat base for direct flashing to the roof. RE models can also be mounted on an exterior wall when roof access is not suitable.

With 100% speed controllablity, these multi-purpose fans can be used to move air from one or more venting points. Interior noise is not an issue because the fan motor is located outside the building envelope.


  • Galvanized steel housing features baked powder-coat finish (can be painted to match decor)
  • Unique external rotor motor has built-in thermal overload protection with automatic reset
  • Permanently lubricated sealed ball bearings
  • 100% speed controllable for highly efficient and economical airflow
  • Excellent heat dissipation for long motor life
  • Suitable for airstream temperatures of up to 140° F
  • CSA Certified
  • Five-year warranty

Roof Mount 8" Centrifugal Duct Fan (409 CFM)


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Excellent solution, though a bit noisy

By JLuck

from Canaan, NY

Verified Buyer

Comments about Roof Mount 8" Centrifugal Duct Fan (409 CFM):

Long run for the duct so existing kitchen hood fan was inadequate. Installed this fan and although it has only been in a short time, the difference was instantly amazing. Only criticism is that it is a bit noisy (sounds like a jet engine powering up and down). Noise level is about the same as the hood fan, but the pitch is a bit higher. All in all, better to have a noisy fan than screaming smoke detectors...

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