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Broan 353 Gable Mounted Attic Fan

Broan 353 1140 CFM Gable-Mounted
Broan 353 Gable Mounted Attic Fan
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    Broan 353 Gable Mounted Attic Fan

    Broan 353 Gable Mounted Attic Fan removes super-heated attic air, making any home more comfortable, whether it's air conditioned or not. The Broan 353 Gable Mounted Attic Fan helps those homes attics stay cooler during the day and helps the air conditioners run less and doesn't have to work nearly as hard. Any and all Broan Powered Attic Ventilators are as efficient as they are dependable and come with automatic thermostats from 70-120 degree's. This Broan Gable Mounted Attic Fan can be installed behind and existing dormer or cut in a 15 round . You can purchase automatic shutter 433 sold separately. Make sure to have sufficient whole on the opposite side of the attic to exhaust the hot air out using your Broan 353 Gable Mounted Attic Fan.

    . Quiet, high-performance operation for inside-the-attic applications.
    . Galvanized steel housing, ribbed for added strength.
    . Mounting brackets simplify installation.
    . 1020 CFM for attics up to 1460 sq. ft.

    Broan 353 Gable Mounted Attic Fan

    Specification Sheet

    Installation Guide

    Technical Specs

    Amperage 3.4
    Attic Size 1460
    CFM 1020
    Depth 8
    Description PAV-Gable Mount
    Diameter 15
    Height 15
    Housing Height 8
    Housing Length 15 Dia
    Includes Thermostat Yes
    Inlet Area 4.0
    Installation Type Roof Mount
    RPM 950
    Solar No
    Sones NA
    Voltage 120
    Width 15

    How to calculate the cfm needed for your attic application

    One square foot of unobstructed inlet area is required for every 300 cfm output.

    Multiply your attic square footage by .7 for minimum air delivery need to exhaust the attic. For darker roofs add 15% to the cfm you just calculated. For exceptionally large attics use 2 fans and have sufficient exhaust or it will put the heat back down into the house.

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    Product Reviews
    Overall Customer Rating:
    Customer Reviews: 7
    Rating:
    Great Product
    By: John
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    Great product. I have it set at 95 degrees. It shuts down like it says in the instructions. It is a lot quieter than I expected and helps with cooling efficiency throughout our home. Don't know why I didn't do it sooner.
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    Broan Gable Mount Power Attic Ventilator
    By: BooBear517
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    Easy to install (not in the summer) and seems to work well. It is a little louder then I had thought, but you don't hear it in the house at all. Only when you are outside can you hear it.
    Rating:
    Excellent and quiet
    By: George Nenadovich
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    Love this fan set-up......easy to install.

    Make sure you spin the fan before final installation...one of the perimeter screws

    contacted the fan blades.....so I trimmed the screw about 1/8" with a hacksaw.

    Works great...dropped my attic temp from 125 to outdoor temp of 90-95 here in FL...well

    worth the investment...and based on my KWH cost of 12 cents per KWH......takes about 40 cents

    per day....5-6 hr run time to cool the attic....cheap way to vent a hot attic.
    Rating:
    Great Investment
    By: Robert Quittner
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    Easy install. Bout a 1500 Sq ft home in So Cal and has kept us comfortable when over 100 degrees outside. Great investment.
    Rating:
    Good fan
    By: JES
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    Reasonably well-built. Reasonably quiet. Very inexpensive. 2 of my 3 previous ones had the bearings fail after about 5 years, of 10 hour a day use. Not bad. These make a big difference keeping the house cool. I have 1 in each of 2 attics, and 1 in the garage. These things help the AC cool the house a lot, especially on the 100 deg days. I mounted mine with rubber isolation mounts that help keep the vibrations ( and noise) from the house.